If your sale person told you that your vin isnt in the range... why would the internet be any different?Thanks, I took a Quick look at Tire Sticker, I will have to look again. I consider this a
Serious Problem. Someone noticed a Light Blink on the Assembly Line. That's how they
found problem. Wow. We like our CR-V . Had it since 5/30/19. We shall see. Thanks again.
One thing I consistently see the dealerships do when you have your vehicle in for service or maintenance.... they lookup the VIN in their registry for recalls and TSBs to check and see if anything is currently pending. I would bet they do so when a sale or lease is completed as well, since Honda requires them to do so.Just leased a 2019 CR-V . I would like to know what Month the SUV was built. There is an Air Bag Re-Call. Salesman said our Vehicle isn't
involved. Does anyone know how to De-Code the Vin #. Thanks
All the vehicles that have the problem were built between Oct. 2018 and Apr. 2019. However, that does NOT mean that every vehicle built during that period has the problem. I wouldn't be concerned because your vehicle was built in Mar. 2019. The VIN number is the only sure way to know.Sticker says my CR-V was built "3/19". Ran Vin on Honda .Com, says no recall. Salesman said
They had a few CR-V's they couldn't sell because they had the Problem..