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  1. 2002-2006 CR-V Door lock cylinder clip is not visible

    Problems & Issues
    I've looked at the diagrams, and it is clear that the door lock cylinder is supposed to be held with a wire clip that pulls out from the bottom. As you can see in this picture from below the lock, the clip is not visible. I've tried to feel around and hook it with an angled awl, but there is...
  2. 17 EX - Why is the exhaust system visible in the back?

    Gen 5: 2017-2021 (UK 2018-2022) CR-V
    So the ugly exhaust is fully visible with ugly mufflers crap welds and all. Why isn't there a mesh like cover in the back like my 2013 civic? There needs to be a mod or something, this whole system will be a rotten rust mess in a few years fully visible from the back.
  3. Headliner edge visible through windshield?

    Gen 3: 2007-2011 (UK 2008-2012) CR-V
    Hey guys and gals, Long time lurker, first time poster. Hopefully some other members can run out to the garage and quell my concerns. Recently had the windshield replaced on my 2011 CR-V, and everything came out looking flush (moldings, cowl, etc.) For some reason or another, I noticed that...
  4. 2012 i-MID display visible to rear seat passengers?

    Mobile Electronics
    I would like to know if the song & title (when set to XM radio) on the i-MID display are easily visible to passengers in the rear seat. This is exceedingly "important" to my young teen daughters! Any insight is greatly appreciated.
  5. Anyone have a visible sub in trunk? Pics?

    Mobile Electronics
    Hi all, Just got my 2007 EX-L and have noticed (as so many others have) that the bass is rather disappointing (though this is the only complaint I have, I love the car otherwise). I did a search of the forums and saw a lot of people asking about subs hidden under the seats or under the floor...
  6. Visible engine numbers

    Dear Honda:
    Dear Honda, I am a fan having owned a number of Honda products ranging from power products (generator) to motorcycles (XR 650R and 650 Transalp) to cars (Accord Type-S and now a 2006 CRV 2.0L). I have always been impressed by the solid engineering and logical thought that seemingly goes into...