Question about 2009 Honda CR-V
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: honda crv engine light
I would go to your local Honda dealership and tell them the engine light came on. They will hook it up to a special computer and they will be able to tell you why the engine light came on and what's wrong with the car. Not sure what the cost will be to get it checked out. If you don't have the money for that right now.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
I had the same problem with the lights alarm on my 2002 CRV. The alarm is linked in to the door open switch on the drivers side. If you open the door, about half way down on the centre post you'll see a rubber covered push switch. This is held in place by a single phillips screw. Remove the screw and gently pull out the cover. On mine, the wires had become unclipped from behind and just had to be reconnected (push fit).
Apparently this is a fairly common problem caused by the seatbelt being caught in the door and catching the switch.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
Well every gear has its limitations. I am not sure what the mph ranges
for each gear are, but i've gotten to 60+ mph in 3rd gear. The only
thing about driving on the freeway in 3rd gear is that it is alot less
efficient mileage wise. Your turning more RPMS while on the freeway in
3rd gear so you burn up alot more gas.
Driving in D3 is driving in 3rd gear. It could burn up the tranny but it depends on the vehicle itself. It is not really made to do highways speeds in 3rd gear. It should be in 4th or 5th (OD)
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
It will not do any damage to the trans if you press the button whilst you are on the move.Just don't do it at 80 mph.Around town you are completly safe to change from D to D3 and back again.Its like the auto is changing to a slightly lower gear.Thats all it does.Hope this helps
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
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SOURCE: Honda 2004 CRV "D" light
There are a lot of lights please be more clear on which light is flashing. If it is the service engine soon light you will have to run a diagnostic test on it.
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
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