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Hi

My 2017 crv went in for a service on saturday. After i had the car back it was quite juddery at low revs and white smoke came out the exhaust after going from drive to reverse.

We went out on sunday and after about 40 mins the car struggled up a hill, the engine malfunction light came on and there was no power to the engine. After parking up for a few hours we got home ok.

I took it back to the service centre today and mentioned the button on the auto shifter was loose and has been since saturday. They took in the car for 2 hrs and returned it saying its all fixed and the issue was that the shifter button was loose.

Just wondered if this sounds feasible or whether they are covering up/missed the real issue?

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Probably had something disconnected somewhere from when they serviced it. Loose shifter buttons wont cause that. My guess is they created a boost leak on the intake.
 
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