Question about 2001 Honda CR-V
The engine chipset computer must have sensed the timing belt too tight or not in line or or the timing not set after the new belt put. You will HAVE to go back to rectify this problem.
A word of advise.... dont loose time... go ASAP to avoide costly damage to the bearings...
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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