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Hi All -
We have a 2017 CRV Touring with about 20K miles on it.
We took an extended road trip in September - from Boston to KY to the Great Smoky Mtns.

Issue we uncovered was surging when the ACC (adaptive cruise control) was engaged at highway speed.
Specifically, when at 1) at highway speed (+65) and 2) going down a highway hill such that no throttle is applied.
Once the hill ends, the ACC applies the throttle excessively - for 2 to 3 times. Pulse On -- Off -- Pulse On -- Off;
and so on for 2 to 3 cycles,
maybe more with each cycle subdued.

Anyone else see this problem?
 

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@Traylaw Is there a full PDF on that TSB that I can download?

I have complained previously about poor speed control in using ACC/Cruise Control (+/- 3 MPH is NOT acceptable). The dealership said there was "no issue" that they could find. :-(
 
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