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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
look in the fuse block, driver's side, forward corner of engine bay under the hood. I think the lid on the little box has the diagram underneath it, to locate the alternator fuse. Check all your fuses there, too.
I think the small plug-in connector with two wires on the alternator would be for the voltage regulator, wouldn't it?
Posted on Feb 14, 2012
SOURCE: 2012 honda cvcc headrest
I had the same problem with mine and already having a herniated disc in my neck didn't help. What I did was unzip the back of the seat cover and insert some foam into the back of the seat. This pushed the front of the seat out just enough to keep the headrest from pushing my head forward. It only cost a few dollars and you can't tell by looking at the seat that I did anything at all to it. Now it's very comfortable and my neck is happy. Only thing is I don't think you can do this to the front passenger seat without interfering with the airbag sensor. At least that's what I would surmise based on the fact that they didn't put the seat heater in the back of that seat for that reason. But I never ride in the passenger seat so it's not an issue for me and no one else has complained about it. Now that I've fixed this one problem I love my Civic.
Posted on Jul 02, 2012
take it back to dealer !!!!! is it water or is it like (smell it ) anti-freeze??
Posted on Sep 05, 2012
Not sure if its the same problem but my moms 2012 Grand Caravan had the same problem. It turns out that the factory was setting the rear brakes too tight and causing them to bite more than they should. On the 2nd trip to the dealership, they told her about this problem and adjusted them properly. She ended up going through 2 sets of rear brakes before she had to do the front.
Posted on Jul 13, 2013
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