Question about 2001 Honda CR-V
The "Check Engine" light appeared on my CRV. I took it to a Firestone dealer and theyr an diagnostics and performed a tune up. That did not remedy the problem. They chaecked again several times but can't figure out the problem. The diagnostics is showing a a cylinder misfiring but the engine runs fine. Today the "check engine" light starting flashing instead of on all the time. What could be the problem?
Well, with tune up done, it could be ANY of the following. Low fuel pressure, no spark, bent intake or exhaust valve, bad oil rings, flat spot on cam shaft, now I don't know anything about "CRV" these are just possible causes on any gasoline engines. If I had more experince with these I might be able to tell you but I can't. Look online for your vechile recalls, I suggest consumerguide.com they'll have alot of recalls and other notices on your vechile if there is any.
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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