Question about 2002 Honda CR-V
Engine cuts out 3-4 times a day while driving. Honda garage have had car since March. They've tried 5 possibilities for the problem with no result. Ordered a car computer and finally replaced it yesterday. They drove it a couple of mile - everything O.K. Driving it out of the garage this morning, engine cut out!!
They have been in touch with Honda factories who have had no such complaints before and cannot help them.
Can you come up with some solution - PLEASE
Look forward to your response -
I worked at an all Honda Indy shop in Santa Fe, NM and saw this problem at least twice!
As I remember, the battery sits back against the firewall on an elevated tray passenger side.
First: Remove battery from car.
Second: Remove battery tray if possible.
Third: Locate empty space under battery tray. This is usually full of some organic matter like leaves, tree bits, you name it. It's just an accidental trap for junk.
Fourth: CLean out all foreign matter and locate the ground cable that is bolted to the body in the bottom of this space.
Fifth: Detach this ground cable, cleaning it and the attachment point. This was the bad ground connection that caused my customers' CRVs to stall at the oddest times. Cleaning out this space, and remaking a good ground connection there, depending on how corroded it is, cured this strange stalling symptom. Hope that's your deal! TaterTodd
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
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