Question about 2005 Honda CR-V
Changed spark plugs, drove 10 min car was fine, then changed trans fluid, drove another 10 min then parked car and then it stalled and wont start again. Put old plugs back in and car still wont start.
What happens when you turn the key? Nothing? Clicking noise? Turns over as normal but never fires up? It is possible something got bumped or forgotten to reconnect near the transmission. If its an automatic try shifting into other gears then turn the key, its possible the gear sensor got moved. Your spark plugs themselves shouldn't be the problem since you already drove twice with them, but I would check all spark plug wires at both ends for good contact. If the wires were reused check the inside for corrosion.
Posted on Apr 23, 2014
Might be that you accidentally disconnected the crank sensor close to the transmission, this gives a no start condition without a check engine light on most cars...
Posted on Apr 19, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Also try the crv recall replacing the ignition mechanism where you insert the key. I have the same problem and was solved after reading about it in one blog.. it is free. It appears that it got shorted and will automatically kill the engine. after a while it will be cold again and you will be able to start the engine..
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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Did the old battery need replacing , and or did the same thing ???? If yes then maybe its your altenator , take it up to auto zone and have it tested free of charge!!!! and if its good get a second opinion from another mechanic, or take out your amp and subwoofers =)
Posted on Dec 16, 2010
You will need to get the transmission fluid chamber completely fused and cleaned, and then add the new fluid again.At present gears are slipping, because there is no viscosity /thickness in the fluid to hold grip for gears.So they are slipping.That faulty liquid/fluid which you added must be getting mixed with new fluid and causing this problem.Getting the transmission flushed at local transmission repair shops is advisable.But you can do this your self too.The procedure is as follows:-----
Use Honda ATF if possible:--------
Honda Auto-Trans Flush = 1 case (12 qrts) Honda ATF aprox $50. 1 new drain bolt washer $1.
1) Put the front of the car up on jackstands with the wheels off the ground. Put a large container under drain plug.
2) Remove the transmission drain plug (3/8" drive ratchet works fine). Let transmission drain and wipe sludge off drain plug.
3) Reinstall drain plug and snug (not tighten). Fill transmission with three quarts of ATF.
4) Start engine and shift into drive. Gently accelerate and let transmission upshift through the gears (don't go over 50 MPH).
5) Step on brakes and bring speedo to 0.
6) Shift into reverse and accelerate to 20 MPH.
7) Bring speedo back to 0 with brakes. Shift to park and shut off engine.
8) Repeat steps 2 through 7 TWO MORE TIMES.
9) Drain the transmission once more. Reinstall drain plug and tighten firmly (don't forget to reinstall crush washer).
10) Remove jackstands and put vehicle on level ground.
11) Fill transmission with 2 1/2 quarts of ATF. Start engine. Shift to drive, then reverse, then put back in park and shut off engine.
12) Check transmission fluid level. Top off if needed to bring fluid level to the top of the crosshatch marks on the dipstick. -------------- Then try this will help.Thanks.Helpmech.
Posted on Apr 17, 2011
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