20 Most Recent 2009 Honda CR-V Questions & Answers

96 to 2002 Civic, Accord, CRV automatics: The shift solenoid pairs, usually 2 pairs - upper and lower, are very sensitive and get sticky with age. I don't know how many miles you have on your car, but its usually rewarding to take them off and clean them and test them with a good 12v battery. The plunger should move an 1/8th inch with a good snap. If one is stuck whack it face down on a clean piece of paper, blow it out with a compressor and try again. Solenoids can cause starting out in the wrong gear, missing gears, creep in neutral, drag, bad downshifting, shudder, etc... Lower front solenoids are under a metal cap with 3 10mm bolts. Passengers side. Down there at the rear passenger side of the trans is the speed sensor, make sure the connector is clean and wires not damaged. Most of the time it is stuck or weak solenoids that cause these shifting issues. Each solenoid works on a separate gear actuation pathway.

2009 Honda CR-V | Answered on Nov 04, 2017

Inside the fuel pump moduel in the gas tank is a little known part called a

FUEL PUMP CHECK VALVE ! The pupose of this check valve is to keep the fuel lines an fuel rail full of gas . Having it checked would involve hook up a fuel pressure gauge . An no it's not you starter .


2009 Honda CR-V | Answered on Mar 21, 2017

try with number 29 or 30, base on the fy=uses diagram you have accesories run by these fuses, that could be where the problem is.

2009 Honda CR-V | Answered on Nov 23, 2016

If the brake lights are not working then it will not come out of park.

2009 Honda CR-V | Answered on Jul 01, 2016

it could be a blocked fuel filter, or a flat spot in fuel line ????

2009 Honda CR-V | Answered on Apr 21, 2016

Go to setting , there you will see add a device and than remove the device . Simply remove all the Bluetooth devices which are or were paired with car's than switch the SUV off and than ON . this is the time to pair your phone again , hopefully it will work .
If it doesn't let me know , I will give you another technique .

2009 Honda CR-V | Answered on Apr 07, 2016

Check the Manuel for the audio code card/number, if you don't ha that call the dealer and give them the VI number and they will give you the audio code. Reply

2009 Honda CR-V | Answered on Mar 12, 2016

VSA vehicle stability assistance, you may have accidently pressed the button on the left side under the heater vent, if the switch is on then check the VSS sensors at the wheels to make sure there are connected. Reply.

2009 Honda CR-V | Answered on Mar 12, 2016

The best way to fined out what is leaking is to have a smoke test done at the gas tank, now the gas cap could be fine but the filler neck could be rusted and leaking and you may get the same message as there is NO pressure being created in the gas tank.

2009 Honda CR-V | Answered on Mar 12, 2016

unless you have a problem in the pulley bearing of the ac compressor , just disconnect the power wire to the compressor and use the standard belt
the pulley is just an idler pulley until the clutch is activated so if there is no power to activate it it is just an idler

2009 Honda CR-V | Answered on Dec 16, 2015

call a mechanic,head gasket is shot,probably warped heads

2009 Honda CR-V | Answered on May 31, 2015

Hi Nancy,

Typically pads need to be changed more than once before rotors needs to be *replaced*. Most shops machine rotors when changing pads to give them a smooth, even surface. Machining removes groves that cut into them as a result of normal wear (or if pads are not replaced promptly). Machining can straighten warped rotors due to excessive heat / quick cooling. These are definitely NOT considered "worn out".

Worn out rotors must be *replaced* if they are too badly damaged, rusted, etc. or if they have been machine so many times that they are too thin to safely brake the car. There are specific guidelines that spell out exactly how thin rotors can be before they must be replaced. Mechanics measure the thickness of the rotor with a micrometer which reveal thicknesses to the 1/1000 of an inch.

I hope this was helpful & good luck!

2009 Honda CR-V | Answered on Nov 20, 2014

Trans problem

STOP using it & get it checked out

2009 Honda CR-V | Answered on Oct 09, 2014

The parts store you purchase belt from should be able to give you the routing.

2009 Honda CR-V | Answered on Aug 08, 2014

it means your auto gearbox has a problem, which needs to be rectified, go to a qualified mechanic before its too late, as overtime, faulty gearboxes tend to break down more resulting in higher repair costs

2009 Honda CR-V | Answered on Jul 16, 2014

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