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Honda CR-V Check Engine Light due to sticking intake manifold runner solenoid

Honda CR-V Problem
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Model Years Affected: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006

Average Mileage: 126,863 mi (58,000 mi - 196,800 mi)


A sticking intake manifold runner solenoid can cause the Check Engine light (MIL) to illuminate. Replacing the solenoid will repair the issue.

  • Visitor, , 196,800 mi

    Check engine lite came on. Had Autozone check and they told me the IMRC valve was the problem. I had not heard of this part before. Can not be gotten at any of the parts stores, only through Honda. I need to find out how to replace it and what it looks like. I usually do repairs myself, but I do not even know what looks like or where at on the engine it is.

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  • CRV05, , 63,000 mi

    The maintenance required and check engine light came on. Autozone testing showed code 1077 for intake manifold pressure sensor problem. I understand that this is difficult to fix as even replacing $800 solenoid may not solve the issue. Please advise what woudl be a more conclusive way of diagnosing the problem. Thanks!

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  • Visitor,

    solenoid was expesive at dealer $800 plus

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  • Visitor,

    still have problem

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