20 Most Recent 2002 Honda CR-V - Page 3 Questions & Answers


There is a lockout relay. Check fuse to relay. I think power comes to the relay when the brake pedal is applied. For safety reasons in most cars you must apply the brakes to take out of park.

2002 Honda CR-V | Answered on Sep 09, 2014


only water proof but with cold water

2002 Honda CR-V | Answered on Sep 05, 2014


Start by making sure the battery has at least 10.4 volts and that the cable clamps are clean and tight on the battery posts. If these are good, check the wiring to the starter. Make sure the "small" wire is pushed all the way into the connector and the "big" wire is tight against it's post. If all this is good and it still won't start, I would check to see if full battery power is going to the started on the "big" cable. If not, you need to back track the wiring to see where power stops. Possibly the alarm system is activated or the ignition switch has gone bad or the fuse for the ignition system is blown because of the old starter. Of course, start with the fuse check first.

2002 Honda CR-V | Answered on Sep 05, 2014


this should help, it locates most of the components related to the cooling fan with the switch included
f5b7279d-accb-47df-ba97-f1c4fc57e744.gif

2002 Honda CR-V | Answered on Aug 21, 2014


i am not sure if you are refering to the a/c psi switch to operate the fan or the fan relay that operates the fan, but i will show you locations of both for you in the same picture. hopefully this helps
efd9b24d-da7d-4b4c-822a-6b9944adaa11.gif

2002 Honda CR-V | Answered on Aug 21, 2014


You should go to a dealer for this, and you should have to prove ownership of the vehicle, this is the purpose of an antitheft radio. You can also register on the Honda owners site to get it.

2002 Honda CR-V | Answered on Aug 10, 2014


P1298 Honda Electric Load Detector Circuit High Voltage

Here is a link explaining what is wrong and how to fix it!

2002 Honda CR-V | Answered on Jul 14, 2014


I have seen instances like this and it was the cable that leads from the hood release latch to the lever that operates the bonnet that is worn out. If it's 2001 or older crv, try pushing the latch forward while having someone moving the bonnet in an open and close motion. If it's a 2002 or later model....makes sure the release latch it in the pull position the have someone try to yank open the bonnet....it's better to repair a bent hook/lever than to cut the entire bonnet off.

Best of luck,
Romone.

2002 Honda CR-V | Answered on Jul 10, 2014


Why did you change all of those things if you were told it was the VTEC solenoid? Why not try that first? Read online to see if there is a method to clean the solenoid without replacing it. I'm not sure that the VTEC solenoid would cause such problems, but I suppose it's possible. The VTEC system uses oil pressure to change the follower on the cam lobes. It changes between profiles. So at higher RPM, it switches to a different cam profile that is more efficient at higher RPMs. Like having 2 cams in 1.

2002 Honda CR-V | Answered on Jul 03, 2014


Is you brake fluid low? If Level is OK, did you check your park brake? Are your daytime running lights working? If you press the park brake you should see the light get brighter, if it does then it is not your park brake causing the light, you may have an ABS brake issue!

2002 Honda CR-V | Answered on Jun 13, 2014


It could be a selenoid that tells cpu what gear is selected. go to google and type d light flashing and make and model of vehicle. will show you on video how to bypass it. hope this helps...

2002 Honda CR-V | Answered on Jun 09, 2014


You have posted this with 2 different cars, I assume you made an error? I suggest checking all connectors round the back of the radio AND around the seat area. Unless it's complete coincidence you have disturbed a connector. It would prob be wise to disconnect the battery and I wait a few mins before you start looking. (make sure you know the radio code if it needs one)

2002 Honda CR-V | Answered on May 12, 2014


You will need a scanner capable of communicating with the transmission and retrieve the codes. However Honda has issues with transmissions especially after 100k mi. which require rebuilding or replacing.

2002 Honda CR-V | Answered on Apr 18, 2014

Not finding what you are looking for?

611 questions posted

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Popular Products

2003 Honda CR-V
2003 Honda CR-V

530 Questions

2004 Honda CR-V
2004 Honda CR-V

431 Questions

2005 Honda CR-V
2005 Honda CR-V

359 Questions

1998 Honda CR-V
1998 Honda CR-V

327 Questions

1999 Honda CR-V
1999 Honda CR-V

303 Questions

Top Honda Experts

Marvin
Marvin

Level 3 Expert

85223 Answers

Colin Stickland
Colin Stickland

Level 3 Expert

22485 Answers

Jonah Oneal

Level 3 Expert

14092 Answers

Are you a Honda Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides

View Most Popular

CR-V Honda

  • CR-V Honda

Most Popular Question

fix honda crv 2002 hard starting after

  • Cars & Trucks
Loading...