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  1. Gen 3: 2007-2011 (UK 2008-2012) CR-V
    Hello All, In the process of the changing the rear struts on my 2007 CRV, and I've run into a problem. Went to remove the two trailing arm bolts on the right side to drop the arm. Got the front bolt out no problem, but the rear bolt seized after coming out about 1/2 an inch. Guessing the rusty...
  2. Gen 2: 2002-2006 (UK 2002-2007) CR-V
    Was going to replace the air filter on my recently purchased crv but one screw on the air box is rusty and seized it is a Phillips screw that also fits a 5/8 socket but the screw is rounded off and rusty, does anyone know a way to remove it
  3. Northeast Owners
    moved from Atlanta GA - this is our 3 winter. Yay. Not. Anywho, seized passenger rear. dont have any garage or tools to do any work. It all in storage in GA. Afraid to trust "nationwide" brands like Midas. have not had them check the bleeder valve release to see if it "releases" the piston...
  4. Do-It-Yourself / Mods
    I bought a cheap, somewhat neglected ten year old Honda CRV this week and found that it was riding on it's original brake discs, yup, ten years old! They were incredibly rusty and corroded. I tried the usual methods to try and dislodge them based on 25 years of doing this kind of stuff...
  5. Miscellaneous / General CR-V Discussions
    I replaced my front struts, front swaybar links, outer steering rod-ends and one rear shock cartridges on my 2003 CRV - all within about 6 hours - it was fairly easy and was careful to mark my rod ends so I dont need to pay for an alignment. BUT, the passenger side rear shock bolt is rusted...