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Hi - Does anyone have the set of TSB's for the Gen5 CR-V posted for download?

The links in the "pinned" thread by Dmitri no longer work.
I am most interested in the safety ones (ACC, LKAS, etc).

Issues are:
  • Phantom sensing causing sudden breaking (no objects in front of the vehicle)
  • Surging of ACC and lack of speed control
  • LKAS following "shadows" vs white lines.
Thanks much.
 

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You can find the TSBs on the NHTSA site under "Manufacturer Communications" for each vehicle.
Here's the link for the '17 V: https://www.nhtsa.gov/vehicle/2017/HONDA/CR-V/SUV/AWD#manufacturerCommunications
Change the date in the URL to 2018 or 2019 to view the V's for those years.
You can view the communications by topic (electrical, engine, steering etc.), but the title of each individual communication is vague. You have to open each one by clicking on the blue + sign to find out what it's about. If there's a TSB you'll see "Associated Document" in blue text. Click on the text to reveal one or more pdf files that contain the TSBs.
 

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The NHTSA website, scroll way down and select Manufactures Communication. You will then get a listing of all the TSBs related to the vehicle. If you find something interesting you can then download a copy of the full TSB in pdf form free of charge
 

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In addition to TSBs on the NHTSA site.. you can also see all of Hondas formal communications documents to dealers and owners. Be aware though that they do re-releases of these a lot.. so you will find a lot of apparent duplicates, so work from the most recent ones first.
 

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The NHTSA website, scroll way down and select Manufactures Communication. You will then get a listing of all the TSBs related to the vehicle. If you find something interesting you can then download a copy of the full TSB in pdf form free of charge
Thank you... a bit clunky to get thru, but does have TSBs and other good info.
 
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