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When i put my crv in the park position ,it s starting to become difficult to go in that position and there for i cannot get the key out on the ignition.is the trnsmission fluid low and if so how do i check it?

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Fairly common Honda problem
lots of "talk" on the Honda databases but no recalls
the problem typically is a bent linkage

Posted on Sep 12, 2010

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