Just for SaG's I checked his old posts and here's my view...***Looks at OP's post history***
Mods, you know what to do.
This is not at all the same issue. He did not say he had OD, did he?Doesn't matter whether he is a troll or not, there is an existing OD thread where he can post his issue. We don't need ANOTHER OD thread clogging up the main page. Simple as that.
It sounds like he may have had NO oil.About 3 months after the oil dilution fix and oil level alert came on and the engine died on the highway causing an accident. This will be my last honda I ever own.
This forum is not very organized, as I'm sure you're aware. If you look at the forum under that one, you'll see Recalls, TSB's and Notices, yet there is a Sticky in the Gen 5 forum addressing TSB's. Then there's Shoppin' and Test Drivin' where you're supposed to post your purchase questions. Again, there's a Sticky in the gen 5 forum addressing that. So, you telling the OP to post his issue in the incognito Problems forum, only serves the purpose of those not liking what they read. It's basically a place where posts go to die....
BTW, there is a reason the 'Problems and Issues' forum exist. For threads like these.
This is not related. Your post belongs here --> https://www.crvownersclub.com/forum...dilution-associated-matters-_-volume-1-a.htmlRelated: Has anyone paid the dealer to apply Honda's fix to the dilution problem. I don't live in an area where Honda will provide the fix free, but I would be willing to pay a reasonable amount to have it done.
Ok, maybe I was wrong. You do sound like a troll. Where is your evidence of an engine defect? They would need to tear it down to determine that, which obviously did not happen.So the vehicle was a total loss. My insurance will cover everything less the engine. Progressive said since it was an engine defect that caused the accident that is not covered and I will need reimbursement from Honda. At this point 1. Service center refuses discussion. 2. Honda America refuses discussion.
I highly recommend that nobody purchase these vehicles as Honda is refusing warranty service and dealerships will not help. Your only course, like mine, will be through actual litigation.
After the OP's followup post, I don't think there's anyone left to laugh at except himself.Anybody that believes this crap must also think the Easter bunny is real.
Is quite entertaining to see all the people that actually think it really happened. the person probably is sitting back laughing like crazy while he's at work selling a different brand of SUV'S
Most would agree with that statement. We're now past that fantasy and have now moved onto the next one. Try and keep up!The CRV driver is in heavy traffic traveling down the highway at 70 mph when suddenly the engine quits causing unexpected slowing resulting the CRV being rear-ended. And the driver should never ever be allowed to drive a car. Something wrong with your thinking.