Honda CR-V 45 Most Common OBD DTC Problems

Honda CR-V 45 Most Common OBD DTC Problems

This comprehensive guide explains the 45 most common OBD (on-board diagnostics) and DTC (diagnostic trouble codes) codes for the Honda CR-V. This guide will assist you in troubleshooting and diagnosing issues with your Honda CR-V, whether you are a do-it-yourself mechanic or a professional technician. including its description, cause, symptoms, location of the fault, and how to resolve it.

THE 45 DTCS

Honda CR-V DTC P0325

Description: Knock Sensor Circuit Malfunction

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Cause:

Failed knock sensor
Wiring issues in the knock sensor circuit
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

Check Engine Light (CEL) is on
Poor acceleration and engine performance
Engine misfires
Pinging or knocking noises from the engine
Location of Fault: The knock sensor is typically located on the engine block or cylinder head.

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How to Fix:

Replace the knock sensor
Repair any wiring issues in the knock sensor circuit
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

Honda CR-V DTC P0341

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Description: Camshaft Position Sensor Circuit Range/Performance

Cause:

Failed camshaft position sensor
Wiring issues in the camshaft position sensor circuit
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

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Check Engine Light (CEL) is on
Poor acceleration and engine performance
Engine misfires
Hard starting or no starting
Location of Fault: The camshaft position sensor is typically located on the engine block or cylinder head.

How to Fix:

Replace the camshaft position sensor
Repair any wiring issues in the camshaft position sensor circuit
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

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Honda CR-V DTC P0420

Description: Catalyst System Efficiency Below Threshold (Bank 1)

Cause:

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Failed catalytic converter
Oxygen sensor issues
Exhaust leaks
Fuel system issues
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

Check Engine Light (CEL) is on
Reduced engine performance and acceleration
Rough idling or stalling
Poor fuel economy
Location of Fault: The catalytic converter is located in the exhaust system, typically between the exhaust manifold and muffler.

How to Fix:

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Replace the catalytic converter
Replace any faulty oxygen sensors
Repair any exhaust leaks
Address any fuel system issues
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

Honda CR-V DTC P0171

Description: System Too Lean (Bank 1)

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Cause:

Vacuum leaks
Failed oxygen sensor
Fuel pump or fuel filter issues
Failed mass air flow (MAF) sensor
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

Check Engine Light (CEL) is on
Rough idling or stalling
Poor acceleration
Poor fuel economy
Location of Fault: The oxygen sensor is located in the exhaust system, typically before the catalytic converter.

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How to Fix:

Inspect and repair any vacuum leaks
Replace the oxygen sensor
Replace the fuel pump or fuel filter if necessary
Replace the mass air flow (MAF) sensor
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

Honda CR-V DTC P0172

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Description: System Too Rich (Bank 1)

Cause:

Failed oxygen sensor
Faulty fuel injectors
Fuel pressure issues
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

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Check Engine Light (CEL) is on
Strong fuel odor
Poor acceleration and engine performance
Black smoke from the exhaust
Location of Fault: The oxygen sensor is located in the exhaust system, typically before the catalytic converter.

How to Fix:

Replace the oxygen sensor
Inspect and repair any faulty fuel injectors
Address any fuel pressure issues
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

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Honda CR-V DTC P0133

Description: Oxygen Sensor CircuitMalfunction (Bank 1 Sensor 1)

Cause:

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Failed oxygen sensor
Wiring issues in the oxygen sensor circuit
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

Check Engine Light (CEL) is on
Poor acceleration and engine performance
Poor fuel economy
Rough idling or stalling

Honda CR-V DTC P1259

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Description: Variable Valve Timing Control System Malfunction (Bank 1)

Cause:

Failed variable valve timing (VVT) solenoid
Wiring issues in the VVT solenoid circuit
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

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Check Engine Light (CEL) is on
Poor acceleration and engine performance
Rough idling or stalling
Reduced fuel economy
Location of Fault: The VVT solenoid is typically located on the engine block or cylinder head.

How to Fix:

Replace the VVT solenoid
Repair any wiring issues in the VVT solenoid circuit
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

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Honda CR-V DTC P1457

Description: EVAP System Leak Detected (Control Canister System)

Cause:

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Faulty EVAP canister vent shut valve
Faulty fuel tank pressure sensor
Faulty EVAP canister purge valve
Leaks in the EVAP system
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

Check Engine Light (CEL) is on
Fuel odor
Hard starting or no starting
Reduced fuel economy
Location of Fault: The EVAP system includes various components and hoses located throughout the vehicle.

How to Fix:

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Inspect and repair any leaks in the EVAP system
Replace the EVAP canister vent shut valve
Replace the fuel tank pressure sensor
Replace the EVAP canister purge valve
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

Honda CR-V DTC P1077

Description: Intake Manifold Runner Control System Malfunction (Low RPM)

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Cause:

Failed intake manifold runner control (IMRC) valve
Wiring issues in the IMRC circuit
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

Check Engine Light (CEL) is on
Poor acceleration and engine performance
Rough idling or stalling
Reduced fuel economy
Location of Fault: The IMRC valve is typically located on the intake manifold.

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How to Fix:

Replace the IMRC valve
Repair any wiring issues in the IMRC circuit
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

Honda CR-V DTC P145C

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Description: EVAP System Leak Detected (Fuel Tank System)

Cause:

Faulty fuel tank pressure sensor
Leaks in the EVAP system
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

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Check Engine Light (CEL) is on
Fuel odor
Hard starting or no starting
Reduced fuel economy
Location of Fault: The fuel tank pressure sensor is typically located on the fuel tank.

How to Fix:

Inspect and repair any leaks in the EVAP system
Replace the fuel tank pressure sensor
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

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Honda CR-V DTC P1399

Description: Random/Multiple Cylinder Misfire Detected

Cause:

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Faulty ignition coils
Failed spark plugs
Fuel system issues
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

Check Engine Light (CEL) is on
Engine misfires
Poor acceleration and engine performance
Rough idling or stalling
Location of Fault: The ignition coils are typically located on the engine block.

How to Fix:

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Replace any faulty ignition coils
Replace the spark plugs if necessary
Address any fuel system issues
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

Honda CR-V DTC P1078

Description: Intake Manifold Runner Control System Malfunction (High RPM)

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Cause:

Failed intake manifold runner control (IMRC) valve
Wiring issues in the IMRC circuit
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

Check Engine Light (CEL) is on
Poor acceleration and engine performance
Rough idling or stalling
Reduced fuel economy
Location of Fault: The IMRC valve is typically located on the intake manifold.

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How to Fix:

Replace the IMRC valve
Repair any wiring issues in the IMRC circuit
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

Honda CR-V DTC P1298

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Description: Electric Load Detector Circuit High Voltage

Cause:

Failed electric load detector (ELD)
Wiring issues in the ELD circuit
Failed battery or alternator
Symptoms:

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Check Engine Light (CEL) is on
Battery warning light is on
Electrical system issues (e.g., dimming headlights)
Location of Fault: The ELD is typically located near the battery.

How to Fix:

Replace the ELD
Repair any wiring issues in the ELD circuit
Replace the battery or alternator if necessary

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Honda CR-V DTC P1456

Description: EVAP System Leak Detected (Fuel Tank Area)

Cause:

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Loose or damaged fuel cap
Leaks in the EVAP system
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

Check Engine Light (CEL) is on
Fuel odor
Hard starting or no starting
Reduced fuel economy
Location of Fault: The fuel cap is located on the fuel tank.

How to Fix:

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Check and tighten or replace the fuel cap
Inspect and repair any leaks in the EVAP system
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

Honda CR-V DTC P1157

Description: Air/Fuel Ratio Sensor Circuit Range/Performance (Bank 1 Sensor 2)

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Cause:

Failed air/fuel ratio sensor
Wiring issues in the air/fuel ratio sensor circuit
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

Check Engine Light (CEL) is on
Poor acceleration and engine performance
Poor fuel economy
Rough idling or stalling
Location of Fault: The air/fuel ratio sensor is located in the exhaust system, typically after the catalytic converter.

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How to Fix:

Replace the air/fuel ratio sensor
Repair any wiring issues in the air/fuel ratio sensor circuit
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

Honda CR-V DTC P2646

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Description: Rocker Arm Oil Pressure Switch Circuit Low Voltage

Cause:

Failed rocker arm oil pressure switch
Wiring issues in the rocker arm oil pressure switch circuit
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

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Check Engine Light (CEL) is on
Engine misfires
Poor acceleration and engine performance
Rough idling or stalling
Location of Fault: The rocker arm oil pressure switch is typically located on the cylinder head.

How to Fix:

Replace the rocker arm oil pressure switch
Repair any wiring issues in the rocker arm oil pressure switch circuit
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

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Honda CR-V DTC P2138

Description: Accelerator Pedal Position Sensor Circuit Range/Performance

Cause:

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Failed accelerator pedal position (APP) sensor
Wiring issues in the APP sensor circuit
Failed throttle position sensor
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

Check Engine Light (CEL) is on
Reduced enginepower

Poor acceleration and engine performance
Reduced fuel economy
Location of Fault: The accelerator pedal position (APP) sensor and throttle position sensor are typically located on the throttle body.

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How to Fix:

Replace the accelerator pedal position (APP) sensor
Repair any wiring issues in the APP sensor circuit
Replace the throttle position sensor if necessary
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

Honda CR-V DTC P2647

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Description: Rocker Arm Oil Pressure Switch Circuit High Voltage

Cause:

Failed rocker arm oil pressure switch
Wiring issues in the rocker arm oil pressure switch circuit
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

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Check Engine Light (CEL) is on
Engine misfires
Poor acceleration and engine performance
Rough idling or stalling
Location of Fault: The rocker arm oil pressure switch is typically located on the cylinder head.

How to Fix:

Replace the rocker arm oil pressure switch
Repair any wiring issues in the rocker arm oil pressure switch circuit
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

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Honda CR-V DTC P2A00

Description: A/F Sensor Circuit Range/Performance (Bank 1 Sensor 1)

Cause:

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Failed air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor
Wiring issues in the A/F sensor circuit
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

Check Engine Light (CEL) is on
Poor acceleration and engine performance
Poor fuel economy
Rough idling or stalling
Location of Fault: The air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor is located in the exhaust system, typically before the catalytic converter.

How to Fix:

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Replace the air/fuel ratio (A/F) sensor
Repair any wiring issues in the A/F sensor circuit
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

Honda CR-V DTC P2422

Description: EVAP Canister Vent Shut Valve Stuck Closed

Cause:

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Failed EVAP canister vent shut valve
Wiring issues in the EVAP canister vent shut valve circuit
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

Check Engine Light (CEL) is on
Fuel odor
Hard starting or no starting
Reduced fuel economy
Location of Fault: The EVAP canister vent shut valve is typically located on the fuel tank or EVAP canister.

How to Fix:

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Replace the EVAP canister vent shut valve
Repair any wiring issues in the EVAP canister vent shut valve circuit
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

Honda CR-V DTC P2185

Description: Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor 2 Circuit High Voltage

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Cause:

Failed engine coolant temperature (ECT) sensor
Wiring issues in the ECT sensor circuit
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

Check Engine Light (CEL) is on
Poor acceleration and engine performance
Engine overheating
Reduced fuel economy
Location of Fault: The engine coolant temperature (ECT) sensor is typically located near the thermostat housing.

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How to Fix:

Replace the engine coolant temperature (ECT) sensor
Repair any wiring issues in the ECT sensor circuit
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

Honda CR-V DTC P2004

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Description: Intake Manifold Runner Control Stuck Open (Bank 1)

Cause:

Failed intake manifold runner control (IMRC) valve
Wiring issues in the IMRC circuit
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

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Check Engine Light (CEL)is on

Poor acceleration and engine performance
Rough idling or stalling
Reduced fuel economy
Location of Fault: The IMRC valve is typically located on the intake manifold.

How to Fix:

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Replace the IMRC valve
Repair any wiring issues in the IMRC circuit
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

Honda CR-V DTC C1858-73

Description: Communication Error (EPS)

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Cause:

Failed Electronic Power Steering (EPS) control module
Wiring issues in the EPS circuit
Failed combination meter
Symptoms:

EPS warning light is on
Loss of power steering assist
Unusual steering effort or noise
Location of Fault: The EPS control module is typically located near the steering column.

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How to Fix:

Replace the EPS control module
Repair any wiring issues in the EPS circuit
Replace the combination meter if necessary

Honda CR-V DTC C1555

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Description: Brake Booster Pressure Sensor Malfunction

Cause:

Failed brake booster pressure sensor
Wiring issues in the brake booster pressure sensor circuit
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

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ABS warning light is on
Brake warning light is on
Reduced braking power or effectiveness
Brake pedal feels spongy or hard
Location of Fault: The brake booster pressure sensor is typically located on the brake booster.

How to Fix:

Replace the brake booster pressure sensor
Repair any wiring issues in the brake booster pressure sensor circuit
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

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Honda CR-V DTC C1872-00

Description: Steering Angle Sensor Circuit Malfunction

Cause:

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Failed steering angle sensor
Wiring issues in the steering angle sensor circuit
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

Traction Control System (TCS) warning light is on
Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) warning light is on
Unusual steering effort or noise
Location of Fault: The steering angle sensor is typically located near the steering column.

How to Fix:

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Replace the steering angle sensor
Repair any wiring issues in the steering angle sensor circuit
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

Honda CR-V DTC C101

Description: Brake Fluid Level Sensor Circuit Malfunction

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Cause:

Failed brake fluid level sensor
Wiring issues in the brake fluid level sensor circuit
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

Brake warning light is on
Low brake fluid warning message displays on dashboard
Reduced braking power or effectiveness
Location of Fault: The brake fluid level sensor is typically located in the brake fluid reservoir.

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How to Fix:

Replace the brake fluid level sensor
Repair any wiring issues in the brake fluid level sensor circuit
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

Honda CR-V DTC C1851-1E

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Description: Communication Error (SRS Control Module)

Cause:

Failed Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) control module
Wiring issues in the SRS circuit
Failed combination meter
Symptoms:

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SRS warning light is on
Unusual noise or behavior from airbags or seatbelt pretensioners
Location of Fault: The SRS control module is typically located under the center console or seats.

How to Fix:

Replace the SRS control module
Repair any wiring issues in the SRS circuit
Replace the combination meter if necessary

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Honda CR-V DTC C1872

Description: Steering Angle Sensor Signal Fault

Cause:

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Failed steering angle sensor
Wiring issues in the steering angle sensor circuit
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

Traction Control System (TCS) warning light is on
Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) warning light is on
Unusual steering effort or noise
Location of Fault: The steering angle sensor is typically located near the steering column.

How to Fix:

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Replace the steering angle sensor
Repair any wiring issues in the steering angle sensor circuit
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

Honda CR-V DTC U0155

Description: Lost Communication with Instrument Panel Cluster Control Module

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Cause:

Failed instrument panel cluster control module
Wiring issues in the instrument panel cluster circuit
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

Various warning lights on the instrument cluster are on
Gauges on the instrument cluster do not work properly
Loss of communication with other vehicle systems
Location of Fault: The instrument panel cluster control module is typically located in the dashboard.

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How to Fix:

Replace the instrument panel cluster control module
Repair any wiring issues in the instrument panel cluster circuit
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

Honda CR-V DTC U0122

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Description: Lost Communication with Vehicle Dynamics Control Module

Cause:

Failed Vehicle Dynamics Control (VDC) module
Wiring issues in the VDC circuit
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

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Traction Control System (TCS) warning light is on
Reduced traction or stability control
Loss of communication with other vehicle systems
Location of Fault: The Vehicle Dynamics Control (VDC) module is typically located near the engine or in the trunk.

How to Fix:

Replace the Vehicle Dynamics Control (VDC) module
Repair any wiring issues in the VDC circuit
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

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Honda CR-V DTC U0416.68

Description: Invalid Data Received from Vehicle Dynamics Control Module

Cause:

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Failed Vehicle Dynamics Control (VDC) module
Wiring issues in the VDC circuit
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

Traction Control System (TCS) warning light is on
Reduced traction or stability control
Loss of communication with other vehicle systems
Location of Fault: The Vehicle Dynamics Control (VDC) module is typically located near the engine or in the trunk.

How to Fix:

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Replace the Vehicle Dynamics Control (VDC) module
Repair any wiring issues in the VDC circuit
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

Honda CR-V DTC U0151

Description: Lost Communication with Restraints Control Module

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Cause:

Failed Restraints Control (RC) module
Wiring issues in the RC circuit
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

SRS warning light is on
Airbags or seatbelt pretensioners may not function properly
Loss of communication with other vehicle systems
Location of Fault: The Restraints Control (RC) module is typically located under the center console or seats.

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How to Fix:

Replace the Restraints Control (RC) module
Repair any wiring issues in the RC circuit
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

Honda CR-V DTC P2646

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Description: Rocker Arm Actuator System Performance or Stuck Off (Bank 1)

Cause:

Failed rocker arm oil control valve
Wiring issues in the rocker arm oil control valve circuit
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

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Check Engine Light (CEL) is on
Engine misfires
Poor acceleration and engine performance
Rough idling or stalling
Location of Fault: The rocker arm oil control valve is typically located on the cylinder head.

How to Fix:

Replace the rocker arm oil control valve
Repair any wiring issues in the rocker arm oil control valve circuit
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

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Honda CR-V DTC P2647

Description: Rocker Arm Actuator System Stuck On (Bank 1)

Cause:

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Failed rocker arm oil control valve
Wiring issues in the rocker arm oil control valve circuit
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

Check Engine Light (CEL) is on
Engine misfires
Poor acceleration and engine performance
Rough idling or stalling
Location of Fault: The rocker arm oil control valve is typically located on the cylinder head.

How to Fix:

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Replace the rocker arm oil control valve
Repair any wiring issues in the rocker arm oil control valve circuit
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

Honda CR-V DTC C1858-73

Description: Communication Error (EPS)

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Cause:

Failed Electronic Power Steering (EPS) control module
Wiring issues in the EPS circuit
Failed combination meter
Symptoms:

EPS warning light is on
Loss of power steering assist
Unusual steering effort or noise
Location of Fault: The EPS control module is typically located near the steering column.

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How to Fix:

Replace the EPS control module
Repair any wiring issues in the EPS circuit
Replace the combination meter if necessary

Honda CR-V DTC C1555

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Description: Brake Booster Pressure Sensor Malfunction

Cause:

Failed brake booster pressure sensor
Wiring issues in the brake booster pressure sensor circuit
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

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ABS warning light is on
Brake warning light is on
Reduced braking power or effectiveness
Brake pedal feels spongy or hard
Location of Fault: The brake booster pressure sensor is typically located on the brake booster.

How to Fix:

Replace the brake booster pressure sensor
Repair any wiring issues in the brake booster pressure sensor circuit
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

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Honda CR-V DTC C1872-00

Description: Steering Angle Sensor Circuit Malfunction

Cause:

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Failed steering angle sensor
Wiring issues in the steering angle sensor circuit
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

Traction Control System (TCS) warning light is on
Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) warning light is on
Unusual steering effort or noise
Location of Fault: The steering angle sensor is typically located near the steering column.

How to Fix:

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Replace the steering angle sensor
Repair any wiring issues in the steering angle sensor circuit
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

Honda CR-V DTC C101

Description: Brake Fluid Level Sensor Circuit Malfunction

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Cause:

Failed brake fluid level sensor
Wiring issues in the brake fluid level sensor circuit
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

Brake warning light is on
Low brake fluid warningmessage displays on dashboard

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Reduced braking power or effectiveness
Location of Fault: The brake fluid level sensor is typically located in the brake fluid reservoir.

How to Fix:

Replace the brake fluid level sensor
Repair any wiring issues in the brake fluid level sensor circuit
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

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Honda CR-V DTC C1851-1E

Description: Communication Error (SRS Control Module)

Cause:

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Failed Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) control module
Wiring issues in the SRS circuit
Failed combination meter

Symptoms:

The SRS warning light is on
Unusual noise or behavior from airbags or seatbelt pretensioners
Location of Fault: The SRS control module is typically located under the center console or seats.

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How to Fix:

Replace the SRS control module
Repair any wiring issues in the SRS circuit
Replace the combination meter if necessary

Honda CR-V DTC C1872

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Description: Steering Angle Sensor Signal Fault

Cause:

Failed steering angle sensor
Wiring issues in the steering angle sensor circuit
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

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Traction Control System (TCS) warning light is on
Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) warning light is on
Unusual steering effort or noise
Location of Fault: The steering angle sensor is typically located near the steering column.

How to Fix:

Replace the steering angle sensor
Repair any wiring issues in the steering angle sensor circuit
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

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Honda CR-V DTC C1555

Description: Brake Booster Pressure Sensor Malfunction

Cause:

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Failed brake booster pressure sensor
Wiring issues in the brake booster pressure sensor circuit
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

ABS warning light is on
Brake warning light is on
Reduced braking power or effectiveness
Brake pedal feels spongy or hard
Location of Fault: The brake booster pressure sensor is typically located on the brake booster.

How to Fix:

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Replace the brake booster pressure sensor
Repair any wiring issues in the brake booster pressure sensor circuit
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

Honda CR-V DTC U0155

Description: Lost Communication with Instrument Panel Cluster Control Module

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Cause:

Failed instrument panel cluster control module
Wiring issues in the instrument panel cluster circuit
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

Various warning lights on the instrument cluster are on
Gauges on the instrument cluster do not work properly
Loss of communication with other vehicle systems
Location of Fault: The instrument panel cluster control module is typically located in the dashboard.

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How to Fix:

Replace the instrument panel cluster control module
Repair any wiring issues in the instrument panel cluster circuit
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

Honda CR-V DTC U0122

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Description: Lost Communication with Vehicle Dynamics Control Module

Cause:

Failed Vehicle Dynamics Control (VDC) module
Wiring issues in the VDC circuit
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

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Traction Control System (TCS) warning light is on
Reduced traction or stability control
Loss of communication with other vehicle systems
Location of Fault: The Vehicle Dynamics Control (VDC) module is typically located near the engine or in the trunk.

How to Fix:

Replace the Vehicle Dynamics Control (VDC) module
Repair any wiring issues in the VDC circuit
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

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Honda CR-V DTC U0416

Description: Invalid Data Received from Vehicle Dynamics Control Module

Cause:

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Failed Vehicle Dynamics Control (VDC) module
Wiring issues in the VDC circuit
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

Traction Control System (TCS) warning light is on
Reduced traction or stability control
Loss of communication with other vehicle systems
Location of Fault: The Vehicle Dynamics Control (VDC) module is typically located near the engine or in the trunk.

How to Fix:

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Replace the Vehicle Dynamics Control (VDC) module
Repair any wiring issues in the VDC circuit
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

Honda CR-V DTC U0151

Description: Lost Communication with Restraints Control Module

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Cause:

Failed Restraints Control (RC) module
Wiring issues in the RC circuit
Failed engine control module (ECM)
Symptoms:

SRS warning light is on
Airbags or seatbelt pretensioners may not function properly
Loss of communication with other vehicle systems
Location of Fault: The Restraints Control (RC) module is typically located under the center console or seats.

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How to Fix:

Replace the Restraints Control (RC) module
Repair any wiring issues in the RC circuit
Replace the engine control module (ECM) if necessary

FINAL WORDS FROM ME!

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Trying to figure out what the 45 most common OBD-II trouble codes are for a Honda CR-V can be hard for any car owner. But if you know what to look for and have the right tools, these problems are easy to find and fix. By knowing the causes, signs, and locations of each problem, you can fix your car and keep it running well.