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Honda CR-V, SUV
#115 of 154 Do you follow Manufacturer or Dealer recommended Services...?
Dec 18, 2009 (2:31 pm)
As per CRV 2008 Manual:
Your vehicle displays engine oil life and maintenance service items on the information display to show you when you should have your dealer do engine oil replacement and indicated maintenance service. Based on the engine operating
conditions, the onboard computer in your vehicle calculates the remaining engine oil life and displays it as a percentage.
Whereas my Honda Dealer (Paulmiller Honda) Suggest: that I should go for oil change every 3000-4000 miles and do major services after every 7500 miles (A - B- A) services.
My Car is running good and I reach upto 50% in 6 months or 6000 miles.
I just wanted to know do we need to follow Dealer or Manufacturer...?
Kindly let me know your input...
#116 of 154 Re: Do you follow Manufacturer or Dealer recommended Services...? [agrishi]
Dec 18, 2009 (2:50 pm)
Manufacture, not the dealer. The dealer is in for sooner oil changes and such to make money. Honda knows best. Follow it
#117 of 154 Re: Beware of CR-V Vibration - Honda Canada's Response [sr146260211]
Jan 08, 2010 (5:50 am)
I have a 2010 CRV -EX-L and at 40-45 it does vibrate. It's like a low rumble...when I accelerate it goes away when I back off it stops also.
I searched all forums and from what I've been reading it seems I have
the Harmonic Tingle. So apparently it's happening in 2010's also.
Love the car and will live with the tingle as some of the repairs are too drastic for my taste...at least on a brand new car.
My question is - if Honda has known about this problem for all these years why can't they eliminate it? Too much to ask? (-:
#118 of 154 Re: Beware of CR-V Vibration - Honda Canada's Response [lvdgs]
Jan 08, 2010 (6:19 am)
I have a 2008 and my CRV just started the vibration. It's not my alignment so I'm guessing it's the balance of my tires (which I'm going to get done this weekend). However, if Honda sells a perfect car they would loose money. So a little imperfection, with their cars, will help them financially. I found out there are tires you can purchase that never need replacing, brakes that don't wear out, and other parts for cars that are made the same way. However, they are very expensive. Honda knows what going on with their cars (CRV's). I'm sure they have complaints and people who work for them that peep these forums like we do. It's up to Honda vehicle owners to make Honda Auto Industry listen to us when we say something is not right with our cars.
#119 of 154 Re: Beware of CR-V Vibration - Honda Canada's Response [lvdgs]
Jan 20, 2010 (1:55 pm)
Check your tach when you feel it. If the engine is at very low RPM's, than a normal rumble type sensation is normal. I can't recall any 4 Cyl vehicle I've owned where I didn't experience a rumble at lower RPM's.
#120 of 154 Re: Beware of CR-V Vibration - Honda Canada's Response [toca]
Jan 21, 2010 (1:02 pm)
In driving today - heard rumble at 1500 on tach....above or below no rumble.
I've two 4 cylinder cars....an older Honda accord and a Mazda Protege5 and never had a rumble.....
Thanks for info though......
2010 EX-L CRV
#121 of 154 Re: Beware of CR-V Vibration - Honda Canada's Response [lvdgs]
Jan 22, 2010 (7:24 am)
I have the 2010 I get the rumble at 1500 as well. Seems to be a combination of low RPM's and the AT in a higher gear. Quick fix may be to press the D3 button on the shifter although haven't tried that yet. Not sure about CRV's prior to the 2010's, but since 2010 had an engine tweak, I'd be curious if the older models experience it too.
#122 of 154 Re: Beware of CR-V Vibration - Honda Canada's Response [toca]
Feb 10, 2010 (12:05 pm)
You may notice a little more low RPM vibration in colder weather, and expecially in slushy weather. The rubber engine mounts get stiffer in cold weather whcih will affect low RPM vibration more. Also, I found that slush can get thrown on the rear passenger side engine mount and freeze, causing a little more vibration, mostly at idle and just off idle.
Otherwise, my '03 Accord also "lugged", rumbled, vibrated, whatever you want to call it a in 4th and 5th gear at low RPM's. I consider it parts of the cars character and not uncommon for a 4 cylinder. Our Nissan Altima does this as well. Worse, from 35-40mph the CVT, noticeably "hunts" or "surges" a little.
I think all Hondas vibrate a little at low RPM. It's part of their character to a certain extend. I remember test driving a Odyssey and at low RPM's in top gear it vibrated a little too.
Modern, lean burning engines when under load at low RPM's tend to vibrate a little with the extr atall gearing they now have along with increased weight. It causes the engine to work a little harder at low RPM's that older cars might have.
Go test drive a few other 2010 vehciles and pay attention to how hte engine sounds at low RPM's when in top gear.
#123 of 154 Re: Beware of CR-V Vibration - Honda Canada's Response [toca]
Mar 30, 2010 (8:16 am)
My brand new 2010 CR-v EX rumble at 1500 too. I love the car but this rumbling driving me crazy. I contacted the dealer and the American Honda. They could not help me to fix this issue. Dealer says "Its the characteristic of the car". How can annoying rumbling can be a characteristic of the car?
#124 of 154 Re: Beware of CR-V Vibration - Honda Canada's Response [honda2010crv]
Mar 30, 2010 (10:02 am)
This post ["Beware of CR-V Vibration..."] was originally started by a person experiencing a severe body VIBRATION in the Honda CR-V and the refusal/failure of American Honda or a Honda dealership to correct/address this defect. The vibration has been described in detail in several previous posts concerning this subject although several responses have been off topic. So what is meant by "rumble" and how is it similar to the "vibration" which is/was the subject of this forum?