pretty bad
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
2,261 miles

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2014 Honda CR-V Owner Comments (Page 2 of 2)

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problem #14

Mar 232014

CR-V 4-cyl

  • 763 miles


TPMS light is on again for about the 5th or 6th time since I purchased the vehicle 3 weeks ago. Have attempted to reset per the vehicles manual, put car in park, turn on, push the TPMS button, will flash twice and then drive for 30 minutes at a speed of between 30 and 60 mph. I did this and apparently the vehicle still did not calibrate. New car, totally frustrated especially to see that there are so many complaints regarding this issue. I will take to dealer again tomorrow morning.

- Elizabeth City, NC, USA

problem #13

Sep 042013


  • 50 miles
The day after purchase, the TPMS (tire pressure monitoring system) warning light came on indicating a low tire pressure condition. I checked the tire pressure, and recalibrated the system per the owners manual (tire pressure was high from the dealer (@37psi), and was reset to the 30psi factory spec). The light activated again within several days. I took the vehicle to the dealer, and they basically did the same - tire pressure check and system calibration. We have had this issue now for 6 months. After each system calibration and reset, the light will again activate anywhere from 1 day to approximately 10 days - each time the tire pressure has been within the factory specification. The vehicle has been to the dealer about six times for this issue, with no fix. (we were told Honda will have a fix by February, 2014).. the (dealer) service advisor manager can't give us any definitive answer on the problem, or solving the problem. My understanding is the low tire pressure monitoring system is a safety mandated feature, and this is an issue with most 2014 Honda CR-V's.

- Palm Coast, FL, USA

problem #12

Feb 042014


  • 250 miles
Have owned my Honda CRV 2014 for 2 months and the low tire pressure warning light has come on 3 times. Dealer does not admit a problem with the car but does not permanently correct the problem either. Has Honda acknowledged a problem here? I see many other owners have the same problem. Some body make Honda fix the problem!!!!

- Lakeville, MN, USA

problem #11

Feb 202014


  • 1,000 miles


The TPMS light (low tire pressure warning) on new Honda CR-V (2014) comes on when driving at freeway speeds, when I check the tire pressures, they are all within the recommended settings. I have taken the car back to the dealer and they have recalibrated the system twice.

- Yakima, WA, USA

problem #10

Oct 022013

CR-V 4-cyl

  • 60 miles
The TPMS icon (low tire pressure warning) on new Honda CR-V (2014) comes on about every 30-50 miles even though, when I check the tire pressures, they are all within 0.5 psi of the recommended (30 psi) settings. In short, the TPMS is giving false warnings thus making it impossible to rely on. Other Honda CRV owners, having the same flaw, have given up on the warning as had tire blowouts on the highway. I have taken the car back to the dealer and he simply resets the TPMS warning icon ---- and, as soon as I drive 30 miles or so the idiot light comes on. The purpose of mandating the TPMS warning was to save lives but, if the icon provides false warnings they will be ignored and blowouts can happen. This defective TPMS can result in injuries and accidents. Yet Honda won't do anything about it.

- Georgetown, TX, USA

problem #9

Dec 302013

CR-V 4-cyl

  • 700 miles
TPMS light illuminates approximately every 700 miles. Tire pressure was checked and found to be normal each time. Car has 3400 miles now and light has illuminated 4 times and each time tire pressure was found to be normal. The last two occurrences were on wet road surfaces with puddling (may be a factor?).

- Waxhaw, NC, USA

problem #8

Sep 092013

CR-V 4-cyl

  • 100 miles


Our tire pressure warning light has been on since we purchased (Sept 2013) the vehicle. It came on as we left the dealer ship. We have had it in the Honda dealerships service dept 3 times in oakland and each time they reset it and tell us "Honda is aware of the issue" and it is a "software issue" that is being addressed. We were told we would get a recall notice after the first of this year (2014). Honda is not disclosing the safety issue of a product they have labeled as a safety feature. The internet shows pages of the same issue and complaint. Honda needs to make this a higher priority or law suits will be next. We are currently waiting still, not feeling so safe.

- San Leandro, CA, USA

problem #7

Nov 292013

CR-V 4-cyl

  • 38 miles
I bought my new 2014 Honda CRV direct from dealer. After three days I brought back the CRV because the tire pressure light went on. I brought it back to dealer and said it was because of the cold weather.. they reset the guide. Ok for the next two days, then it went back on again. I brought it back and was told that Honda was aware of the problem and that they were working on a fix... that was back in December!!! this is a brand new 2014!!! I asked the service man to write that down for me, so I have it on record. As of today, January 30th, my light remains on. I would like to add, that I had a flat tire and was stuck on the road at night...because I didn't pay attention to the tire light on my dashboard!!!!!!! I want this fixed! I thought I was buying a safe reliable car..Honda has a good reputation, ... someone dropped the ball, and the american consumer is paying the price!!! pls... pls fix this problem. May not seem like a terrible thing, but I didn't pay $30,000 for a slight mistake.

- Wantagh, NY, USA

problem #6

Nov 012013


  • 600 miles
Low pressure light keeps coming on every 300-600 miles even though tire pressure is fine light came on at following intervals 600 miles, about 11/1/13, took to dealer, all tire pressure ok (over 30 psi, usually 32 psi) 1200 miles, about 11/15/13, took to dealer, all tire pressure ok 1800 miles, on 12/12/13, took to discount tire, all tire pressure ok 2657 miles 12/28/13, took to discount tire, all tire pressure ok 3403 miles 1/16/14, took to discount tire, all tire pressure ok 4021 miles 1/27/14, manually checked tires, all pressure over 30 psi eventually people will simply start ignoring this light. Contacted Honda without resolution, "they state that they are working the issue", closed my case. Common issue among 2014 CR-V owners if one checks forums.

- Plano, TX, USA

problem #5

Dec 032013


  • 75 miles
The tire pressure monitoring sensor is constantly appearing on the dashboard. The car has less then 1,000 miles and the dashboard TPMS has come on over a dozen times. I have had the car tires checked five times and the pressure is fine. There is something wrong with the TPMS system. I have called Honda customer services and have been told by a case manager that there is something wrong and the engineers are working on a software fix. No time for this fix has been advertised. It is very disconcerting to be driving with this light on and not knowing whether it's a true tire pressure issue. I hope that this is resolved quickly.

- Rockville Centre, NY, USA

problem #4

Oct 092013


  • 3,000 miles


The contact owns a 2014 Honda CR-V. the contact stated that the TPMS was causing the tire pressure warning light to illuminate recurringly. The contact took the vehicle to the dealer, who made an adjustment to the TPMS but did not remedy the issue. The contact called the manufacturer and the manufacturer stated they would look into it. The failure mileage was 3,000.

- Clarkburg, CA, USA

problem #3

Nov 012013

CR-V 4-cyl

  • 239 miles
2014 Honda CRV was delivered with 233 miles on odometer. Within 6 miles of leaving the dealership the tire pressure monitoring (tpm) light had come on indicating one or more of the tires was low on air. Our salesperson had already warned us about this during the walk through at the dealership telling us there is no need for us to pull over because more than likely there is no problem. Being an informed consumer we were already aware that Honda has a serious problem with their tpm system on the 2014 model. It simple does not work. It cries wolf and can not be trusted. After resetting the light it will continually return and have to be reset within 50 miles or less of in town driving. Alternately we reset it before a 240 miles round trip hwy drive and the tpm light did not come on during the entire hwy trip. The purpose of the government mandating tpm in all new cars was two fold. First for fuel economy, second for safety. Since the tpm light provides false alarms every week, it does not accomplish either goal. We have had no formal response from Honda acknowledging there is a problem or that they are working on a fix. There is a forum with 200 posts on the 2014 problems at this direct address: www.crvownersclub.com/forums/14-problems-issues/27802-2014-tpm-problems.html.

- Springfield, IL, USA

problem #2

Nov 092013

CR-V 4-cyl

  • 10 miles
Tire pressure monitoring system is inoperative as warning light stays lit constantly. Warning light came on immediately upon drive home from dealer with brand new car. No adjustments or re-setting will prevent light from going on. Returned to dealer twice (dch Honda old bridge NJ) to no avail. Notified by service manager--[xxx] that Honda engineering was contacted but they had no fix for this problem. American Honda was contacted but was also of no help. We bought this car for my young daughter who is now driving a vehicle with a clear safety issue. Can you help? information redacted pursuant to the Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA), 5 U.S.C. 552(B)(6).

- Matawan, NJ, USA

problem #1

Nov 142013

CR-V 4-cyl

  • 350 miles
The contact owns a 2014 Honda CR-V. the contact stated that while driving approximately 50 mph, the tire sensor warning indicator illuminated. The contacted checked the tire pressure for all four tires, of which were found to be at the recommended pressure reading. The contact scheduled an appointment with the dealer for diagnosis of the failure. The manufacturer was made aware of the problem. The approximate failure mileage was 350. Updated 12-13-13 updated 12/18/13 the consumer stated he resolved the issue himself. Updated 12/18/13

- New City, NY, USA

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