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  1. Gen 4: 2012-2016 (UK 2012-2017) CR-V
    Looking for diagram or video how to replace serpentine belt for honda crv 2015. Thank you.
  2. Gen 3: 2007-2011 (UK 2008-2012) CR-V
    Serpentine belt centering issue W/PIC Put a brand new Gates belt on to alleviate an old squeaking belt. The squeaking disappeared, but today I noticed that the belt seems centered on every pulley except the power steering pulley. Was centered when first installed. I am not sure if it will do...
  3. Gen 2: 2002-2006 (UK 2002-2007) CR-V
    My 06 CRV has 130k miles, I think I'm due for a change of serpentine belt before it breaks on me in the middle of nowhere right? I saw this...
  4. Gen 3: 2007-2011 (UK 2008-2012) CR-V
    My Honda CRV 2011 with 110 K miles and Honda dealer quote $260 for replace new serpentine belt (Honda part and labor). Do you think the cost is reasonable price? Thank you.
  5. Miscellaneous / General CR-V Discussions
    How often should the serpentine belt on the 2007 CRV be changed?
  6. Gen 3: 2007-2011 (UK 2008-2012) CR-V
    I have 140,000 miles on my 10 year old CRV. It is time to change the belt. I bought this truck at 92,000 miles and I doubt anything was done to it. I got a question about this job? Can changing a belt cause accessories that are driven by the belt to break down sooner on the Honda? I know it...
  7. Gen 4: 2012-2016 (UK 2012-2017) CR-V
    hello people; 13V What color is your belt? With over 50K on my V I'm looking at things more and one being the belt. My belt color is not black but some sort of light color. Are the belts not black? IBBY
  8. Gen 4: 2012-2016 (UK 2012-2017) CR-V
    Driving my 2015 EX yesterday I heard a squealing noise that sounded like it was coming from a belt. After a while, the battery and AWD lights came on. I stopped at a friend's house to take a look under the hood and noticed the serpentine belt had come off and was sitting at the bottom of the...
  9. Gen 2: 2002-2006 (UK 2002-2007) CR-V
    Hello all. It has been a while since my last post:cool:, but we steel here on Dominican Republic with our 2003 CRV, 4X4, 150k miles. This time I need some support to find out what is the correct size of the serpentine belt, once you swap the A/C Compressor. On my country (D.R.) the 2nd Gen...
  10. Gen 4: 2012-2016 (UK 2012-2017) CR-V
    What should this cost for a 2012 CRV EX-L, and a transmission flush, coolant flush...just had Honda change my oil and they came up with about $1500 worth of stuff they recommended, including $500 for 60k maintenance . Thanks
  11. Gen 3: 2007-2011 (UK 2008-2012) CR-V
    2008 95k miles bought new what is the mileage they recommend changing serpentine belt???
  12. Gen 2: 2002-2006 (UK 2002-2007) CR-V
    AT 213,000 miles I have pushed my luck far enough with the original belt. Since Bando is the OEM honda supplier I'd like use that brand. What is the correct part number for 2006 auto EX. Also how hard to replace, looks a bit tight on space.
  13. Miscellaneous / General CR-V Discussions
    I just received notice that Gates Rubber will send DIYers a Serpentine Belt Wear Gauge for FREE by filling out the info at the link below: Because modern rubber rubber doesn't crack, it can be...
  14. Do-It-Yourself / Mods
    Well, I have 163,000 miles on my 2009 CR-V and thought it would be about time to replace the serpentine belt. I had never done it before so I thought I'd put together a video as I did it. Hope it helps others, as I used no special tools. Comments welcome. Honda CR-V Serpentine Belt...
  15. Gen 2: 2002-2006 (UK 2002-2007) CR-V
    I replaced the serpentine belt in my '03 today. The belt can be purchased for $25 at any auto part store. I spent $40 and got the Gates brand. I noticed immediate improvements on the test drive. - lift and remove front passenger wheel - remove the push fasteners and plastic from inner wheel well...
  16. Gen 2: 2002-2006 (UK 2002-2007) CR-V
    So finally I got my belt removed and replaced. To all who say this is an easy job I humbly disagree. I tried using the harbor freight serpentine tool but it does not fit into the tight spot. What ended up working for me was moving the steering fluid reservoir (no need to disconnect any piping)...