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  1. Oil pressure sensor is #18 in the image, Honda PN 37240-PHM-003 (code may be different to your engine, I just went for my model). It's located at the front, bottom half of the engine.
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  2. Thanks guys this is my baby brought before Christmas and loving it so far 2.2 SR with 52k on it 🙂
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  3. Hi all, I have recently bought a 2013 honda civic which had an SD navigation system, I have contacted the local honda dealer, and found that the latest SD card that I can get for the system is a 2018 version, Is there anyway I could download the latest 2020 maps to my system? Any other advice welcome please. JH
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  4. Thanks Trevor, I did try that approach, but wasn't successful, I think lack of part numbers, makes it much more difficult. However, I got pointed in the right direction and found the clips along with practically everything else you could think of for a Honda! lol If anyone else reading this, happens to be looking for similar items, here is the link. https://www.lingshondaparts.com/ The clips are pricey, but they are genuine Honda items. The part numbers are displayed, which may aid a search for pattern versions. Thank again for t
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  5. Hi Den It may be worthwhile looking on eBay to see if there are any clips that match the ones you have. I have managed to source some obscure clips for cars in the past this way.
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  6. Anything with the same PCD, bore, and Offset should fit. As an example, I have a set of S2000 17 inch alloys with summer tyres (225/45/17), and the standard 16 inch FR-V alloys with winter tyres for the cold part of the year - everything other than August then 🙂 The spec for both vehicles matches, so a straight fit without any adjustments - other than lower profile tyres. There's a very good article which describes PCD, Bore, and Offset at Alloy Guide although you'll probably find other similar descriptions too. Bear in mind that the Bore is the bit in the middle which bears the weight of
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  7. Just had a reversing camera fitted to my 2017 SE Navi by Audiofile Incar of Bishops Stortford. Well pleased with the result - no exposed wiring and superb picture from the navigation screen.
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  8. Hi Take a look at https://www.techinfo.honda-eu.com/ It costs 10 euro for 1 hours access but you will find absolutely everything you need its the dealer network workshop reference. I was amazed but you need to use Internet Explorer its the only supporter browser.
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  9. Hi I have had a 2017 1.6 160bhp Diesel CRV for about four months now and I think its a brilliant motorway cruiser and would thoroughly recommend it. I had a 2.2 diesel Accord tourer before that and the CRV is as good if not better than the Accord. The 160 bhp 1.6 diesel is an amazing engine shame they dropped it
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  10. How about have the rear diff oil changed, that's normally about 60K miles. About £100 at the garage but may be worth asking for it to be done before you buy. My 2011 CRV is just coming up to 116K and it needs it's front struts changed, that's the only issue I have had. Oh forgot about the firmware update. I had an issue with the car cutting out randomly, this was found to be a software update, been fine since.
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  11. Thanks Trevor! I got them tinted yesterday, it looks amazing! Will have some pix real soon was too cloudy today to take any! I am totally stoked about how great of a job these guts did!! Very happy!!! Thank you for reaching out!!!
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  12. Hi I have this model, I find it very good on long journeys. I don't drive regularly on motorways but when I have it's been faultless got up to 55.4mpg on a run up to Yorkshire from Essex driving at normal speeds. Noise:- not intrusive . but this will really depend on the tyres fitted. Comfort:- not a car I feel the need to keep stopping in. none stop from North Norfolk back to Essex with ease. Overtaking:- I have the 160bhp engine its perfect for motorway speeds, it's not a racing car obviously but easily got past the middle lane when needed.
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