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  1. Gen 5: 2017-2021 (UK 2018-2022) CR-V
    First oil change was the dealer. The second one I did myself. I found one of the fasteners for the lower engine cover to be missing. Rattled out? Dealership forgot it? The other fasteners were already corroded. I’m getting the feeling replacing these will be the norm in the coming years if I...
  2. Gen 1: 1996-2001 (UK 1995-2001) CR-V
    Hey folks. So I sat on the CRV for a bit before diving into repairs. The car runs and drives so nicely, I thought I’d try and tackle some of the rust issues. I pulled the steps off, rocker trim, and this is what I found: I cut out the entire section of bad metal, clean up the rest for...
  3. Gen 2: 2002-2006 (UK 2002-2007) CR-V
    Hello All, I am stuck changing out a rusted through oil pan on a 2003 CRv. I'm familliar with the not so fun task of dropping the frame enough to let the pan clear. But thinking out loud I'm wondering if enough clearance can be obtained by simply removing the passenger side motor mount. and...
  4. Gen 5: 2017-2021 (UK 2018-2022) CR-V
    Part numbers for your Oil change. bolt and scre Bolt cover screw type 90105-tba-a00 screw 90674-ty2-a01 1/4 turn bolt
  5. Gen 5: 2017-2021 (UK 2018-2022) CR-V
    Recently bought 2017 CR-V with aluminum oil pan. Plan on keeping it 10+ years. I don't think the threads in the oil pan for the drain bolt will last that long. Have Considered a Sure Seal plug with o-ring and a Femco valve. Does anyone run the Sure Seal plug? Somebody point me in the right...
  6. Miscellaneous / General CR-V Discussions
    With the ground clearance getting smaller and smaller, I searched far and wide for a low-profile oil drain pan that will allow me to change oil without jacking up my Gen 4 CR-V. I was impressed by the Harley Davidson low-profile oil drain pan. Yes, a motor cycle oil pan. I tested it and it can...
  7. Racks, Hitches, & Towing
    I can not locate a Buy-Sell section. Apologize if this is not where its supposed to be. If it can be moved, admin please do. Anyway I have a used Curt hitch 13119 from my 2014 CRV. It will fit any 4th Gen CRV. Other then some surface rust, its in good condition. (It wont fit our new 2017)...
  8. Gen 1: 1996-2001 (UK 1995-2001) CR-V
    Hello. Have been lurking here for several years and usually found all the answers I needed. I have a 99 CRV with 355K KMs, and have an oil pan gasket leaking like a sieve all over my driveway. Can the oil pan come out without removing the Mid Pipe that goes under the oil pan? My bolts (and...
  9. Gen 1: 1996-2001 (UK 1995-2001) CR-V
    My crv has been leak oil from engine crankcase pan gasket. So I renewed rubber gasket. Although it was still leaked from near gear box side. I doubt oil was from main crank shaft seal. If leakage from there renewal of this seal may be difficult. What should I do?
  10. Gen 2: 2002-2006 (UK 2002-2007) CR-V
    Hi Folks! First time posting so go easy on me if I don't know protocols. I had a slight, slow oil leak that i thought changing the oil gasket would fix. Turns out that there is a patch on welded my oil pan (I'm the 2nd owner) where someone must have repaired it. I believe its leaking around...
  11. Gen 1: 1996-2001 (UK 1995-2001) CR-V
    My 98 has a leaky oil pan gasket and I'm wondering if someone on here can tell me if I can replace it without removing the engine? I bought a shop manual on eBay for $40 and it's been worth every penny as I've replaced the timing belt, water pump, all cv boots have been replaced, front outer cv...
  12. Mobile Electronics
    I have a 2007 CR-V with factory nav system installed. It's been working well, but the pan button is failing. This is button in the top right corner than you can use to pan the map in 4 compass direction (up, down, left, right). The directions don't all fail at once: at first it's only down, and...
  13. Gen 2: 2002-2006 (UK 2002-2007) CR-V
    I went to a 'friendly' dealership to get an oil change on my 2002 CRV EX aith auto tranny. My friend who works there is a service writer and he told me that his tech said I had a leaky oil pan gasket. After some searching I found that several people thought they had a leaking oil pan gasket...
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