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  1. Door Lock Sound Barely Audible

    Problems & Issues
    2015 - CRV-----Is there any way to make that barely audible "chirp", when locking doors from outside the vehicle, louder? Can the device be changed to something louder? Where is it located?
  2. Audible Click Behind Head Unit

    Gen 5: 2017-2021 (UK 2018-2022) CR-V
    I just noticed an audible click behind the head unit when in park and idling while I tap on the brake. I compared it to an acquaintance's 2017 CR-V and I can barely hear the clicking. Is this something serious? Even when HU is powered of it does the same thing. TIA
  3. Audible click for 2017 CRV turn signal very, very weak.

    Gen 5: 2017-2021 (UK 2018-2022) CR-V
    2017 CRV 1,000 miles. VERY weak click when turn signal on. If I get my ear down to steering wheel level I barely hear an audible click. Turn on radio & the noise wipes out any click. Is this normal? Any way to adjust if not?
  4. Audible turn signal indicator

    Gen 4: 2012-2016 (UK 2012-2017) CR-V
    Hello everybody, I recently bought a used 2013 CRV. When I turn on the signal indicator, there is no audible clicking noise to remind me it is on. I have never experienced this in a car. Is there something wrong with it, or is this the way they are built these days? Thanks
  5. aftermarket low fuel audible warning?

    Love my 2013 EX-L, except that it does not have a low fuel chime. It's such a standard feature on most cars, I can't believe it's not there by design. I would like to install an aftermarket chime, but having no luck searching the internet. Can't even find a post in this forum about it...
  6. Audible (Low Battery) warning thru speakers

    Problems & Issues
    Last evening the vehicle started talking to me. Low battery warning approx. every 3 minutes. Checked the service manual and checked the following. The dash battery warning light is not on. Note: Found issue was not related to vehicle. Tried to delete post but was not allowed.
  7. Audible and iPod Touch

    Mobile Electronics
    I like to listen to audio books and I can generally do it by connecting my mp3 player to the aux jack and it works fine. I'm about to take delivery on a 2012 EX-L and am thinking of consolidating all of my audio (podcasts, music, and Audible audio books) into an iPod Touch. Currently, I have a...