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  1. Gen 4: 2012-2016 (UK 2012-2017) CR-V
    When dealer detailed used car (2014 CRV EX 4WD) they left inside of instrument display panel glass stained with what looks like dried soapy liquid. How to remove the glass (actually plastic) to clean behind it?
  2. Miscellaneous / General CR-V Discussions Not a lot with modern computer controlled cars. Kinda of makes you wonder about the claims that K&N engine air filter CRV owners make about their increase in mpg, doesn't it? Still, the link above is for information only. Believe or not believe. :)...
  3. Off The Beaten Path
    This is the first forum documented post involving this CRV, and I didn't see an 'Introduction' section, so I thought this was an appropriate place for this. This car belongs to my fiance. She spends the money, and I turn the wrenches. This is her vision, partly thanks to inspiration found in...
  4. Australia & New Zealand Owners
    Out for a Sunday drive in bush, Checking out the local wild life!;)
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  6. Miscellaneous / General CR-V Discussions
    Hey all, I have yet another question. My CR-V's engine compartment is quite dusty and dirty. When it gets warmer out I am planning on doing a full detail of the car, to try and get it to look new. I am going to clay bar it, wash, wax, then rain-x the entire thing. I want it looking nice. :D Well...
  7. Performance Modifications
    Twice now I have watched Pat Goss on Motorweek (PBS) state that a dirty air filter does not hinder fuel mileage because the fuel air ratio is monitored and adjusted after the filter. In my opinion a dirty filter requires more engine power to draw the air & therefore has to require more fuel...
  8. Shopping & Test Driving
    Howdy all, I am in the market for a new car, and found a 2005 CR-V with 23,000 miles the LX edition with 4WD. There is 4 months of warranty left on it, and after brownsing a bit the only complaint I can find is that maybe the rear differentials on the 2005 models were not terribly reliable...