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Re: Cruise Control Doesn't Hold Steady Speed    (Score: 1, Normal) 08-08-2017 20:15
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deandorsey wrote:
Thanks for posting- I haven't really noticed the cruise control thing but I have got the "Radar Obstructed message" during bad weather.

Seems like it would be a quick update.

Did you get the fuel feed pipe recall done?



You're welcome. I didn't need that recall as my CR-V didn't fall under the VIN range of affected vehicles.

However, I wouldn't be surprised if in a month Honda says "oh wait, it turns out they're all bad and we don't know which, so now you gotta do the recall" - you know, attempting to save money by minimizing the number of affected vehicles to the extent that they can.

garoto
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Re: Cruise Control Doesn't Hold Steady Speed    (Score: 1, Normal) 08-09-2017 02:27
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How many miles do you have on it? How are you liking it so far?

In my case I'm at 9500 miles and loving it. It's an amazing car - my impressions are largely the same as when I bought it.

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Re: Cruise Control Doesn't Hold Steady Speed    (Score: 1, Normal) 08-09-2017 10:19
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I'm at 19k mi and am also loving it. Its quick, looks great, handles great and is the least fatiguing/ most comfortable Honda/Acura I've had. I basically live in the largest state forest in CT and take it through the trails 2-3x per week too.
I carried over my JL microsub from my SI and think the audio is excellent. Besides the tint and piaa fogs the only other mod I'm looking to do is the Civic HFP 19 wheels if they ever release them. I think the Hankook tires will be toast at 30k (or less). I saw yesterday on tire rack that the DWS06 tires are available in the stock 18" size which is cool.

The other CRV (2016) has 37k on it already and I love that one too!

I've done the diff fluid on both and the CVT on the 16. The CVT is the easiest fluid change I've ever done.






garoto
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Re: Cruise Control Doesn't Hold Steady Speed    (Score: 1, Normal) 08-10-2017 00:15
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deandorsey wrote:
I'm at 19k mi and am also loving it. Its quick, looks great, handles great and is the least fatiguing/ most comfortable Honda/Acura I've had. I basically live in the largest state forest in CT and take it through the trails 2-3x per week too.
I carried over my JL microsub from my SI and think the audio is excellent. Besides the tint and piaa fogs the only other mod I'm looking to do is the Civic HFP 19 wheels if they ever release them. I think the Hankook tires will be toast at 30k (or less). I saw yesterday on tire rack that the DWS06 tires are available in the stock 18" size which is cool.

The other CRV (2016) has 37k on it already and I love that one too!

I've done the diff fluid on both and the CVT on the 16. The CVT is the easiest fluid change I've ever done.








Glad to hear you like it. It's a great great car. Wow diff fluid already? The Hankooks seem to be doing a fine job. They're quiet and work well for me. We'll see how long they last.




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Re: Cruise Control Doesn't Hold Steady Speed    (Score: 1, Normal) 08-10-2017 08:01
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Diff fluid first change is 15k then every 30k after.

I did the CVT at 30k.

garoto
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Re: Cruise Control Doesn't Hold Steady Speed    (Score: 1, Normal) 08-10-2017 10:52
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deandorsey wrote:
Diff fluid first change is 15k then every 30k after.

I did the CVT at 30k.



I see. That seems early.


 
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