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Very frustrated because I got my vehicle fixed after a accident at 900km so I'm not sure if somethings are operating as usual or if it's due to the accident.

I filled the windshield washer fluid for the first time the other day. It was giving me a notification in the infotainment screen, which I'm use to thinking it's pretty low from my other vehicles.

My last vehicle was a 2016 civic, when it asked for windshield washer fluid, it was able to take the whole new jug. When I tried to fill my crv, it seemed like it got completely full, right to the brim of the filling opening, even though I still had a little bit in the jug left. And then the level started to go down a bit and it was leaking, from where I don't know, but it started pouring down the wheel well of the crv. Then it stopped at a level I could see if I stuck my head down the engine bay.

Is this normal?

Secondly, I haven't done too many long trips in the crv yet, but I went for a ride that was about a hour and a half each way, I noticed the TPMS at the last half hour of each trip would give me a alert saying low tire pressure, although none of the tires are low.

So at the end of each way trip, I reset the TPMS, but like I said it comes back up near the end of every long trip.

Anyone have any issues with these subjects? I'm wondering if I need to go back to the body shop or if this is normal activity.
 

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Very frustrated because I got my vehicle fixed after a accident at 900km so I'm not sure if somethings are operating as usual or if it's due to the accident.

I filled the windshield washer fluid for the first time the other day. It was giving me a notification in the infotainment screen, which I'm use to thinking it's pretty low from my other vehicles.

My last vehicle was a 2016 civic, when it asked for windshield washer fluid, it was able to take the whole new jug. When I tried to fill my crv, it seemed like it got completely full, right to the brim of the filling opening, even though I still had a little bit in the jug left. And then the level started to go down a bit and it was leaking, from where I don't know, but it started pouring down the wheel well of the crv. Then it stopped at a level I could see if I stuck my head down the engine bay.

Is this normal?

Secondly, I haven't done too many long trips in the crv yet, but I went for a ride that was about a hour and a half each way, I noticed the TPMS at the last half hour of each trip would give me a alert saying low tire pressure, although none of the tires are low.

So at the end of each way trip, I reset the TPMS, but like I said it comes back up near the end of every long trip.

Anyone have any issues with these subjects? I'm wondering if I need to go back to the body shop or if this is normal activity.
No Both are not Normal - you need to have it looked at
 

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"I filled the windshield washer fluid for the first time the other day. It was giving me a notification in the infotainment screen, which I'm use to thinking it's pretty low from my other vehicles. "
I've owned my V for a little more than 2 years and I don't know there is a notification for the windshield washer fluid :(
 

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"I filled the windshield washer fluid for the first time the other day. It was giving me a notification in the infotainment screen, which I'm use to thinking it's pretty low from my other vehicles. "
I've owned my V for a little more than 2 years and I don't know there is a notification for the windshield washer fluid :(
When it's low, there is a notification but not sure if it's only for canadian one

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When my Canadian model gives the low washer fluid message it won’t take a whole 4L jug, I suspect it’s set for a US gallon at 3.75L. No mine doesn’t leak after filling to the top.

As for your TPMS, if the tire pressures are correct go into the vehicle settings and do a TPMS relearn. It is all there in your manual on how this is done.
 
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