Just came back from the garage where my Honda CRV is being service. The
mechanic told me what the problem was and it should be covered on the power
train warranty. He said it covers up to 80,000 miles. He told me to look
at my warranty book. I got home and the dealer never gave us one. Can
anyone verify it is 80,000 miles. I am going to call American Honda on
Monday. Sure would like an answer on this. Anyone please.
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Go to site http://automobiles.honda.com/ . Click on "Owner
Link." A new window will open. Click on "Register Today."
When done registering, login etc. Click on
"warranty/contracts," then click on the link to your CR-V's
warranty. It's a large pdf file. Or try the following link:
From this, it seems the warranty is only 3 years/36,000
miles, except for the powertrain control module, which falls
under the federal emissions warranty and is 8 years/80k
OTOH, if you search the site for "warranty," info about the
"Honda Certified Used Car Warranty" comes up. It says the
powertrain warranty is 7 years, 100k miles for these used
cars. This does not seem consistent, unless the "certified
used car warranty" went into effect only recently.
The Honda Certified Used Car Warranty is different from the original car
warranty. It's just HondaCare that gets added to the used car sale.
Available only at dealers, and available only on cars which meet certain
criteria, and only after the dealers bring them up to spec according to
the Honda Certified Used program.
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