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  2. Trevor

    help with satnav please

    Thanks for keeping me in the loop...look forward to hearing the outcome
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  4. Just got civic sport 51 plate, lovely little car but old stereo lets it down
  5. den.holm80@yahoo.co.uk


    HONDA ACCORD AERODECK 1955cc. 1986. Having a garage clear out. I have had seven (7) of these wonderful little 'fire engines' over the years. Clearing out remainders. In good reasonable unrestored original condition. Can't be bothered with e-Bay etc. Front and back bumpers. Centre Exhaust section (new). Starter. Alternator. Space Saver wheel & tyre.(unused). Radiator. 'Bits and pieces'. COLLECTION ONLY. NEW MILTON HAMPSHIRE. Any reasonable time.
  6. horsemate

    Jazz owners handbook

    Just purchased a 2008 (57 plate) Jazz for my niece but there was no owners handbook in the car. Does anyone happen to have a spare one they don't need? Thanks.
  7. Trevor

    Independent honda specialists

    Hi Patrick...welcome to the Forums Sorry, can't help on this one as not au-fait with London area. Hope someone comes up with a recommendation for you
  8. Trevor

    Disabling Alarm on CRV 2016

    Hi SimonUK...welcome to the Forum Do you have a screenshot photo of the page in the manual so that we can decipher the process of disarming the alarm (I assume you mean the ultra-sonics monitoring the interior) Cheers, Trevor
  9. Trevor


    Hi Jerseyman .... welcome to the Forum Good to have you onboard!
  10. Trevor


    Hi Dino....welcome to the Forum Good to have another fellow CR-V owner onboard
  11. Trevor

    Warranty claims

    I have to say that the technology used in Honda SatNavs and other onboard systems is way outdated compared to some other manufacturers....an area in which they could do with investing in.
  12. Trevor

    Hi All

    Hi willyh and welcome to the Club The CR-V is a superb car but I have to say, so is the Jag as well....definitely a lifestyle choice though. I love my CR-V for the pure reliability and available space inside and the comfort and..... Good to have you onboard Cheers, Trevor
  13. Lord Victor

    new crv satnav terrible

    I agree. the satnav as supplied in my brand new CRV top of the range 1.6dtec in January 2018 is crap. New roads in Lancashire as not on the database. The system also does not include traffic cameras as all stand alone Garmin systems do. Like you I an sticking to the Tom Tom which is a much better system. Pull your finger out Honda and get this sorted!!! I've never had trouble with Tom Tom in bad weather. Oh, if you want a MacDonalds - they are indicated!
  14. Trevor

    Heater Motor Rheostat

    Not sure if this is the same model version but generally the rheostat is located near to the motor (if not on top of it)
  15. Does anyone have or know where I can get a used ignition block (not chipped) and for my 2000 Civic Aerodeck please? I'm getting desperate and don't want to scrap him!
  16. Ed-N-Burra

    Tyres for Jazz

    Try Michelin Cross Climate, all round, quiet, grippy, smooth and best of all they perform well in adverse conditions. Very capable safe tyre. Had a set on now for the past 18 months, can’t fault them.
  17. Trevor


    Hi...welcome to the Forum It could be the file structure for the music stored on the flash drive. Maybe worth playing with the titles and format of the content to see if that makes any difference Let us know how you get on Cheers Trevor
  18. Trevor

    New Member

    Hi Tezza...welcome to the Forum The CRV is a great car and I can understand why you've had a couple of them. Good to have you onboard Cheers, Trevor
  19. Trevor


    It sounds like it is broken and unable to refit if it has been ripped off....maybe Araldite or a similar adhesive would work
  20. Have you changed the diesel filter recently, fuel rail pressure could be dropping. When you go into limp home mode have you read the fault codes? Could also be turbo overboots occurring
  21. Trevor

    New 4x4 Terrible

    GDMurray how are you finding the CR-V in everyday driving (e.g. non-snowing conditions)?
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  23. Trevor

    Another Honda brother.

    Hi...welcome to the Forum What aux box did you fit and what does it allow you to do? Good to have you onboard Cheers, Trevor
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  25. Trevor

    Key Battery.

    Hi Billy...welcome to the Forum You could try somewhere like Timpsons who will replace the battery for you while you wait for very little cost. It should work straight away with the car as opposed to losing the code....not known it to happen on Honda, unlike VW or similar. Let us know how you get on with it Cheers, Trevor
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