fairly significant
Typical Repair Cost:
No data
Average Mileage:
250 miles
Total Complaints:
4 complaints

Most Common Solutions:

  1. not sure (4 reports)
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2019 Honda CR-V electrical problems

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2019 Honda CR-V Owner Comments

problem #4

Feb 042019

CR-V EX-L 1.5L Turbo

  • Automatic transmission
  • 310 miles


Dead Battery again x3. Towed to dealership again. This time, they stated a bad cell in the battery. Replace battery for free as it's under warranty.

- Susan L., Plainfield, NH, US

problem #3

Jan 282019

CR-V EX-L 1.5L Turbo

  • Automatic transmission
  • 260 miles

Again dead battery after not driving the car for a couple of days. This time, towed to dealership. They couldn't find any problem. Basically, I had to wait for the problem again.

- Susan L., Plainfield, NH, US

problem #2

Jan 222019

CR-V EX-L 1.5L Turbo

  • Automatic transmission
  • 54 miles

Dead Battery. Called Honda Roadside Assist and they said "I left the lights on". I didn't think I had, but hey, I'm human and it could have happened.

- Susan L., Plainfield, NH, US

problem #1

Feb 192019

CR-V EX-L 1.5L Turbo

  • Automatic transmission
  • 346 miles

Dead battery x4 after not being driven for a day or so. Again brought to the dealership. After a few choice words, I was given a loaner car. After a week and a half they found a 0.5 amp draw from the evaporation leak detection module so evidently every time the car sits the battery is drained dry. The electrical system is supposed to completely shut off after 30 - 60 minutes so this doesn't happen but evidently the system randomly wakes up and continues to draw off the battery. They stated that a software update is needed and "they are working on it", perhaps 2 weeks. Informed that this problem has shown up on 3 other 2019 CRV's at this local smaller dealership alone.

Called Customer service at Honda national and was given similar information although they didn't have a timeline. In the interim, I am supposed to keep the fuel tank above 50% and when I turn off the ignition, proceed to quickly start it on again and immediately turn it off. This is supposed to bypass something in the software so that the electrical system won't "wake up" and therefore draw power from the battery. One of the main objectives to buying a new car is having a car that's reliable. This car is NOT RELIABLE.

- Susan L., Plainfield, NH, US

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