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#6707 of 6957 2010 crv lost a lot of power im very worried
Mar 05, 2011 (9:18 am)
hey guys first off i bought my 2010 crv 2wd automatic in san jose,ca 10
months ago with 11 miles on it. i broke it in correctly and everything.
about the 4th month in the powersteering started to leak and i brought it in
and the honda dealership replaced it under warranty and replace the whole powersteering system.
i know how much power and torque the crv has and now it does accelerate as quick and lost tons of power and they say its normal what can i do?
i was thinking about putting it on a dyno and showing them.
any help is greatly appeciated please and thank you
#6708 of 6957 Re: 2010 crv lost a lot of power im very worried [stevenluu23]
Mar 05, 2011 (11:40 am)
Honda Service Bulletin 10-077, November 30,2010. Applies To: 2010-2011
"Intermittent low power during acceleration"
It is an ECM software upgrade. I asked them to do it during the 10k service.
It is way better now.
#6709 of 6957 Re: Winter issues [motoguy128]
Mar 08, 2011 (11:46 am)
Thanks for you post. I have just discovered the same rattling noise under my 2010 Honda CRV. It is quite worrisome. I thought it was a differential problem, transmission or any other costly repair. I looked under the car and there is quite an accumulation of ice. We recently had heavy winter rain in our part of Quebec. It was followed by a flash freeze during the night. When I started the car in the morning, I heard clunking sound. Warmer weather is forecasted for the next few days so I hope the problem goes away !
Apr 02, 2011 (7:15 am)
I am a life long Honda owner. We currently own two CRVs (2007 and 2010).
The 2007 (built in Japan) had the rear differential problem and WE had to pay for it to be fixed! It did the vibrating thing whenever we backed up and turned the wheel right from the get go, brought it in several months later and the dealer said we had to get it fixed. Since then though no problems with that car. The 2010 has been terrible! The battery went dead (not our fault) after 200 miles and we just had the starter replaced! It is brand new! The dealer paid for both, but I buy Honda to NOT have to go through this. Honda has probably lost me (a 25 year fan) as a customer.
#6711 of 6957 Re: [nyhondaowner]
Apr 03, 2011 (6:34 am)
>It did the vibrating thing whenever we backed up and turned the wheel right << I've got that. What was the fix? Expensive? Thanks.
#6712 of 6957 Reoccurring noise in the front
May 14, 2011 (9:09 pm)
My 2003 CRV airbag deployed and broke window and bent hood. I had it fixed. Radiator, hood and window replaced along with some of the plastic bumper trim. Since got back, there are times when driving a noise will start. Sounds like blowing a thin piece of paper between your lips. It comes and goes. Most of time happens over 60 MPH but has happened at lower speeds. Has happened with air conditioner on or off, calm day or windy day. Noise will stop and not occur for few days and then start again. It is hard to pinpoint the location other than it does come from the front of the car. Anyone got any ideas what may be causing this
#6713 of 6957 Re: Break don't work first time in Cold weather [circlew]
May 14, 2011 (9:13 pm)
I have Michelin HydroEdge. Love them, got them on 3 vehicles over the years. Travel for business about 35K miles a year and probably another 10K personal, many times in hard rain and snow, HydroEdge tires have performed very well for me.
#6714 of 6957 Re: Break don't work first time in Cold weather [clemsonb85m89]
May 15, 2011 (4:47 am)
Thanks for the info. Michelin makes great tires and yours are #3 on the Passenger All Season category on Tirerack.com.
#6715 of 6957 40,000 mile service on a 2007 CRV 4WD LX
May 16, 2011 (6:38 am)
I live in New England and am due to take my Honda in for service within the next week. The maintenance minder says it requires service level B1 at this time. The only service I have had done on this car so far has either been service levels A1 or B1, alternately. However, I did have new tires put on last November at about the 36,000 mile mark (Nokian tires) as the original tires and the ones Honda tried to sell me were crap. I also had rear brakes pads replaced and the rotors resurfaced last June.
My question is, should anything else be done to the car now besides service level B1? Does it need anything else? And I don't want the Honda dealership, which is where I take it for service, trying to sell me anything I don't need. I want to go in there informed and confident in what I need at this time.
Please let me know if you have any questions and thanks for your help.
#6716 of 6957 Re: 40,000 mile service on a 2007 CRV 4WD LX [dadschum]
by MrShift@Edmunds HOST
May 16, 2011 (7:27 am)
Just do what the book tells you to do, and be sure to match the list in the book with what the dealer is trying to sell you. So if the dealer recommends such things as "fuel injector" cleaning, you know that's "padding" because it's not in the book. You need to go over this beforehand with the service writer so that they don't slip in any "extras" on you. Study your owner's manual before you go.