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#70 of 90 Re: Locked out of my 2007 Honda CRV! [jello2011]
Aug 29, 2012 (6:35 am)
I have a Honda CR-V 2007 and have the same problem.
My rear door behind the driver would unlock itself automatically.
I was able to get it to lock manually after 5 or six tries (by manually holding the door in the lock position).
I brought my car in to my local mechanic. He diagnosed the issue as requiring an actuator change and ordered the part for me. He "lubed" up the actuator and it's now working. Since the actuator is electronic, the order can't be cancelled therefore I'm scheduled to replace the actuator tomorrow...
My suggestion is to try to lube the actuator and all your electronic wires and electronic parts by getting rustproofing.
#71 of 90 Re: Locked out of my 2007 Honda CRV! [etoch]
Sep 17, 2012 (10:58 am)
Same exact issue here - I have a 2007 Honda CR-V and my rear/passenger door unlocks itself automatically. For a while I was able to get it to lock manually, by holding the door in the lock position, but no longer. Now every time I go under 9 miles/hour, my car thinks the doors are not locked, and automatically re-locks the 3 working doors, as well.
Honda is denying this is a factory defect, but with all these comments, it obviously is. My car has 39,000 mile on it - no way there is extensive wear and tear on the locks.
#72 of 90 Re: Locked out of my 2007 Honda CRV! [nancyc331]
Oct 02, 2012 (7:12 am)
Same problem here: I own a 2007 Honda CRV, three months ago I had one of my door locks (rear Passenger door) fixed. As soon as I walked out of the dealership literally that day the rear driverís door lock started going out. Now my front passenger door lock is going out. That makes three door locks I have to fix a $250.00 a pop. This is ridiculous; I do not know anyone who has ever had this type of problem with their door locks. This poses a safety and security issue. I guess Honda will just wait until something bad happens and then it will take a class action lawsuit to get them to admit they have a defective door locks. In the mean time I am out $750.00 Thanks a lot Honda
#73 of 90 Re: Locked out of my 2007 Honda CRV! [curtb1]
Oct 07, 2012 (6:06 am)
I have a 2000 Honda CRV and when I lock the doors with the remote or the lever inside the car all the locks go crazy. They continuously to lock and unlock themselves. It drives me crazy and I am afraid it will kill my battery when I lock the doors and leave the car. If anyone knows a way to fix it please help.
#74 of 90 Re: Programming door locks [tcturner]
Nov 10, 2012 (2:28 am)
I had a 2006 CRV. The door locks locked automatically when I hit about 10 mph. Don't have to "set" them.
#75 of 90 Re: Locked out of my 2007 Honda CRV! [bradengd]
Nov 10, 2012 (2:43 am)
I have a 2007 CRV. The stupid left side rear door lock kept unlocking when I was driving and all the locks would lock and unlock repeatedly! I found that by jamming a piece of cardboard under the lock, it holds it tightly and it stopped doing that and I can lock the doors with the remote control key fob and it turns on the security system as well. What a piece of work this thing is turning out to be. And the heat doesn't work suddenly either. I thought Honda was one of the best cars and that is why I purchased it. The tires wore out at 25,000 miles! And it never has gotten the 29/30 mpg that it claimed I was supposed to get on the highway either!
THINK WE SHOULD ALL FILE A CLASS ACTION LAW SUIT AGAINST HONDA.
#77 of 90 2000 CR-V doors automatically locking!
Nov 30, 2012 (11:08 am)
I have had this car for 6 years, when you use the key fob button to unlock all the doors you have 30 seconds to open a door or the doors automatically re-lock. It has always been any door opening that cancels the auto re lock, but now it seems to not register if I only open the rear door (not the hatch). As I have done for the past 4 years, I open the back door, toss my purse with keys onto the front seat and buckle my daughter into her carseat on the rear passenger side, close the door and walk around to the driver side. A few days ago, I noticed that while I was buckling her in with the door still open, all the doors locked. Well yesterday I did my regular routine when leaving a store and as I walked around to the driver side I heard the click of all the doors locking. MY 4 YEAR OLD WAS LOCKED INSIDE!!! As was my phone. She was already strapped into her 5 point harness that she can't undo herself.I had to leave her and run into the store for them to call AAA for me. This seems like a major malfunction to me.
#78 of 90 Re: 2000 CR-V doors automatically locking! [heatherhrtly]
Nov 30, 2012 (10:10 pm)
Yah, well keep your keys and hit the remote again to open the front door! Or leave it partially open before you use the back seat.
#79 of 90 Re: Honda 2007 CRV EXL door lock problem! [ruj]
Dec 07, 2012 (12:40 pm)
I have a 2008 CRV and had the same problem, called Honda and there is no recall. I spoke with Honda to see how they do recalls and she said if there is a trend on safecar.gov that is where it all begins - so hopefully everyone having this issue will go there to put their complaint. I purchased my car for safety and to have the door unlock - not safe at all. Honda parts in my local area said they have them in stock so it happens all of the time. SAFECAR.GOV - hope everyone visits there. My car is at the dealership at this moment for this issue. I will start my process once I get my car back. Purchasing the part and putting it in ourselves.