A defect in the throttle body can cause the Check Engine light (MIL) to illuminate. Replacing the throttle body will repair this issue.Google+
Car Problem Reports
Honda CR-V Check engine light due to defective throttle body
Honda CR-V Problem
Average Mileage: 88,333 mi (50,000 mi - 140,000 mi)
Visitor, 2003 Honda CR-V, 140,000 mi
Throttle body caused car to read low oil pressure and car stalled. Replaced throttle body.
Visitor, 2009 Honda CR-V, 75,000 mi
After slowing to take a turn the engine chugged, then lost all acceleration. Pressing the gas pedal didn't make the engine rev. Check engine light came on.
I stopped, put the car in park, then back in drive with engine still running - failed to engage throttle.
I turned the car off, let it sit for a minute, started it again and it was fine. Dropped it at our local mechanic who diagnosed the problem as a defective throttle body. He told me Ford was aware of this issue but there has been no formal recall order yet. He also told me that getting replacement parts was very hard and even Ford has backlog. Estimates a minimum of two weeks before he'll even know if he can get the part.