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there is an electric motor attached to door latch. you need to remove the door panel and take out the latch and then replace this electric motor, called the door lock actuator.

1999 Honda CR-V | Answered on May 26, 2019


Sounds like your crank sensor

1999 Honda CR-V | Answered on Apr 09, 2019


Could be a fuel regulator also. I would start by checking the fuel pressure with a specialized gauge. The range varies for every auto depending on where you hook up guage you will have some pressure loss, but it should be only a few pounds. I would check for power at the pump also, should be battery voltage. The relay is easy to check, just swap out the relay with one door another one that matches, like for the fan or Windows etc. Look for an embossed number on the relay, to make sure. Make sure to put it back. And replace if that fixes the issue. There's may be a code that could set the dash light on. It may also have residual codes that don't set off the light. An injector issue should ping a specific cylinder with a code. The fuel pump would cause all cylinders to set off codes.

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1999 Honda CR-V | Answered on Feb 09, 2018


The distributor must not be timed right.

1999 Honda CR-V | Answered on Nov 20, 2017


the red/yellow and red/blue are the power/ground wires to the motor. You should get power on one and ground on the other when you operate the switch. The polarity should reverse when you operate the other direction. The blue wire is a pulsar wire to give motor feedback to the switch.

1999 Honda CR-V | Answered on Jul 23, 2017


Hook it up to a computer to see what codes pop up. This will tell you whats going going on. possibly its a speed sensor that is on the air intake area. Get a bottle of Lucas Injector cleaner, this helps clean out the injectors and the crud they collect.

1999 Honda CR-V | Answered on Jun 12, 2017


In my Honda, with the door ooen I can pull the inside handle, hold it, and hit the lock switch and it will lock all doors including the drivers door.

1999 Honda CR-V | Answered on May 09, 2017


fuel filter may be clogged , fuel pump may be weak,

1999 Honda CR-V | Answered on May 07, 2017


this sounds like the idle air control valve could be dirty or stuck. you can remove it to clean it

1999 Honda CR-V | Answered on Apr 06, 2017


Depends how strong your transmission is. It also depends on how much you're willing to invest versus the cost of a new vehicle. If the car runs okay, no major leaks, the struts are decent and your heater works (Winter), it may be cheaper to run it till it dies. I have a 2004 and worked it like a mule, carrying a ton of papers every morning for 8 years. I've replaced almost all of the suspension, a/c compressor, valve cover gasket and tires. Still cheaper than buying a new car or a used one that I may have to repair anyway. Decision is yours to make. Write down the positives and negatives on a paper. Talk with your friends that are mechanically inclined. Good Luck!

1999 Honda CR-V | Answered on Jan 17, 2017

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