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  1. A/C condensate drips on to control arm bushing

    Gen 5: 2017-Present CR-V
    I was changing the oil yesterday and I saw condensate water dripping directly on the lower control arm bushing. The water runs down the circular bushing and pools at the bottom, and appears to seep into the bushing itself. There appears to be corrosion forming in the bushing at the bottom as...
  2. Water drips inside the car (air-con)

    Problems & Issues
    Hi guys, My Honda is a 2000 model, and if it matters I live in Thailand, so it's an Asian model. Also, the climate here is very humid. My problem started to happen a few days ago, when a friend of mine turned on the AC to maximum fan speed and lowest temperature. I didn't notice then because we...
  3. 2002 - Hose underneath by OR sensor. Drips water HELP

    Gen 2: 2002-2006 CR-V
    First off this is my girlfriends car. I went to change her oil when I saw a hose that wasnt connected on one end and it drips water. I was told this is the AC hose. but seems weird. I took a few photos so I could see if I can get some answers.
  4. Water drips from Tailgate when opened - 2010 model

    Problems & Issues
    I've got a 2010 CRV with the same problem described in this thread. Whenever it rains, water from the tailgate when opened drips straight down the middle onto me when loading and unloading. Does this happen to anyone/everyone else? It looks like there is a TSB and repair kit for the 2007/8...
  5. Taildoor Drips

    Dear Honda:
    The most annoying feature on our new CR-V (aquired May 2009), is when you open the taildoor when it is raining and the drips drop right down your neck. How we wish the taildoor lower edge was designed with the same lip as our previous (faultless) Honda, the FRV, no dripping from it. Other than...
  6. water drips inside when I turn left

    Problems & Issues
    I noticed a noise the other day, but just figured it out today. When I turn left, there is a squeaky noise and water comes dripping, flows actually, down INSIDE on the passenger side feet area. Any ideas what this is?