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2016 Honda CR-V: Sacrifices Had To Be Made

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It looks like Honda owners will need to make a little sacrifice if they want to get rid of the annoying vibration problem the Honda CR-V seems to have.

Owners of the 2015 Honda CR-V have been reporting that the Honda CR-V tend to have a vibration. While it is not serious, the owners said that the vibration is definitely noticeable and that it can be quite annoying to live with.

In some cases, the vibration will stop once you turn the climate control on or off while, in other cases, the owners reported that the vibration went away when the stereo is switched off.

If all those does not work, Honda does have a fix that will significantly reduce the vibration but it will cost the driver a little bit of their fuel efficiency. The fix includes changing the radiator and transmission mounts as well as remapping the transmission shift patterns getting a rear tailgate vibration damper installed.

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