Question about Honda CR-V
I'm currently working on a similar problem with an 02 Accord SE. Honda replaced a whole bunch of relays with multiplex control units(small computers) so it's not as simple as testing individual relays and pulling fuses anymore. Since the wire schematics don't illustrate exactly how they work, it has been very difficult to pinpoint the problem. Unfortunately, your best bet is probably the dealership or find a shop that specializes in auto electric. However, if you are up for it, you might be better off purchasing the MCU's and just try replacing them yourself and save the labor on having the dealer do it. At least for the Accord they are about $50 each, which is what you will pay for 30 minutes of diagnosis work at the dealer. Good luck.
Posted on Jan 22, 2011
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