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Honda CR-V is a small-size SUV manufactured in 1995. The third generation model was launched in 2006, the fourth in Japan in 2011, and the fifth in 2017. The larger and heavier 2nd generation Honda CR-V (chassis codes RD4-RD8) is based on the 7th generation Civic's platform completely redesigned and powered by the K20A1/24A1 engine. Despite the increased power, the new CR-V retains the fuel economy of previous models, in part due to the availability of the i-VTEC engine system. The newly developed chassis features increased torsional and flexural rigidity, while the new suspension features front-end control-link MacPherson struts and rear multi-link double A-arms. The fourth generation features a 2.4-liter i-VTEC inline four-cylinder engine, which is boosted to 190ps/22.6kg-m to cater to the increasing weight of the car, and a new all-wheel-drive (AWD) with an electronic intelligent control system to improve the four-wheel-drive problems of the previous three generations. All this generation of Honda CR-Vs is equipped with a 5-speed automatic transmission. With an overall length/width/height (mm) of 4,570/1,855/1,680, the fifth-generation Honda CR-V was first officially launched in Detroit in October 2016 and was scheduled to go on sale in North America in December for the model year. The Earth Dream 2.4-liter i-VTEC natural-intake engine with 184hp and 180lb-ft is also used in some regional entry models.

The Honda CR-V, while not as renowned as the Civic or Accord, has garnered substantial popularity. However, owners should be aware of common issues. One major complaint is unwanted acceleration while braking, often mistaken as a brake issue when it is primarily engine-related. Symptoms include a burning odor during braking, unexpected acceleration, and engine misfire, along with excessive oil consumption leading to decreased engine performance. These signs, along with an illuminated Check Engine Light, may indicate issues with the air filter, oil filter, timing cover gasket, or drive belt. Suspension failure is another prevalent issue, leading to unpleasant driving experiences due to excessive vibration and difficulty in controlling the vehicle. If clunking or rattling noises are heard from the tire area, and uneven tire wear is noticed, parts such as the sway bar link, sway bar bushing, and control arm bushing may need repair. Aside from these major concerns, other parts like the door lock actuator, brake pad set, cabin air filter, and wiper blades can wear down easily and should be maintained regularly to ensure the longevity and performance of your CR-V.

Original equipment manufacturer parts are the best in terms of quality. Manufactured using the top materials to ensure their durability, genuine parts are the #1 choice to keep your vehicle at peak performance. They are also designed to match official Honda factory specifications for easy installation and a snug fit. We offer a wide variety of genuine Honda CR-V parts, such as Transmission - Automatic, Transmission - Manual at the most competitive prices online. Our OEM Honda CR-V parts come with the assurance of a manufacturer's warranty, alongside a hassle-free return policy and prompt delivery service, ensuring a worry-free shopping experience.

Honda CR-V Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How Do You Replace a front Strut Assembly on a Honda CR-V?
    A: Loosen the wheel lug nuts, raise the vehicle and support it securely on jackstands, then remove the wheels. Unbolt the brake hose bracket from the strut and detach the speed sensor wiring harness from the strut by removing the clamp bracket bolt. Remove the stabilizer bar link from the strut, mark the position of the strut to the steering knuckle, then remove the strut-to-knuckle nuts and bolts. Remove the access cover from the cowl panel, then remove the three upper nuts securing the strut assembly to the body. Separate the strut from the steering knuckle and remove it. Check the strut body for leaking fluid, dents, cracks and other obvious damage which would warrant repair or replacement. Check the coil spring for chips or cracks in the spring coating and inspect the spring seat for cuts, hardness and general deterioration. Guide the strut assembly up into the fenderwell and insert the upper mounting studs through the holes in the body, then install the nuts. Slide the steering knuckle into the strut flange and insert the two bolts, install the nuts, align the previously made matchmarks and tighten them to the torque. Install the wheel and lug nuts, then lower the vehicle and tighten the lug nuts. Tighten the upper mounting nuts and install the cowl panel cover. Have the front end alignment checked and, if necessary, adjusted.
  • Q: How Do You Replace a front Stabilizer Bar and Stabilizer Bar bushing?
    A: Loosen the front wheel lug nuts, raise the vehicle and support it securely. Apply the parking brake and block the rear wheels. Remove the front wheels, sway bar kit links, nuts, steering column joint cover, steering column shaft, balljoints, tie-rod end, under-vehicle splash shields, front section of the exhaust system, driveshaft, rear subframe bolts and mid subframe bolts, torque rod bolts, steering gear fasteners, sway bar kit brackets and bolts. Inspect for damaged parts. Replace damaged sway bar bushings. Guide the sway bar kit into position. Install the bolts, connecting the sway bar kit links, balljoints and wheels. Lower the vehicle and tighten the lug nuts. Have the front end alignment checked and adjusted, if necessary.
  • Q: How Do You Remove and Install a Tie-Rod End?
    A: Loosen wheel lug nuts, raise vehicle and support on jackstands. Apply parking brake and block rear wheels. Using back-up wrench, loosen jam nut and mark tie-rod end position. Remove cotter pin and loosen nut from ballstud. Disconnect tie-rod end from steering arm with puller. Separate tie-rod end from steering knuckle and unscrew from tie-rod. Thread tie-rod end onto tie-rod and connect to steering arm. Install nut on ballstud and tighten. Install new cotter pin. Tighten jam nut and install wheel. Lower vehicle and tighten lug nuts. Check and adjust front end alignment if necessary.