Report: Door Lock May be Sticky and Not Work Due to Worn Door Lock Tumblers
Honda CR-V Problem
Average Mileage: 99,500 mi (38,000 mi - 200,000 mi)
Worn door lock tumblers can cause the door lock to be sticky or not work at all. The lock has to be removed and the tumblers need to be replaced for this issue.
My Crv driver/passage door will not lock with the key.The doors looks and unlock on their own.I carried my car to the dealer they told me that i will have to pay to get it fixed.They said it was a problem that they could not repair for free. I am not as please with the 07CRV as i was with my 91 honda accord.This car is made with alot of "plastic parts " customers is stuck with expensive charges.Honda must improve immediatly!
Visitor, 2002 Honda CR-V, 76,000 mi
The key cannot get in the lock on both front doors. Don't know what to do to fix this problem.
Visitor, 2004 Honda CR-V, 110,000 mi
Driver side front door lock does not turn. Bought new lock cylinder and tried to replace myself but could not (even with experienced help). Anyone know if Honda is doing anything to address this probelm, it seem widespead.
Visitor, 2002 Honda CR-V, 154,000 mi
We started having problems with the drivers side door lock at about 70,000 miles (hard to get key into door lock), had it checked out by Honda, and repairs made. I don't recall specifically what was done, but it started happening again after about a year. Now it's both the drivers and passenger doors. We have little faith in our local dealers maintenance department and was hoping for some insight and relief via the internet. It's very annoying, especially if you need to get in the car quickly.
When locked, My 2003 CRV cannot be unlocked with my key. It goes in,but cannot turn the key. I can get in the car by opening the rear door and climbing into the car.
This problem happened in 2007 and the dealer fixed the locks as it was under warrantee.
When I recently went to the dealer, he said he would have to have a locksmith look at it as the dealer cannot fix it. He said the car was nine years old and that the metal used in the locks is soft and often breaks down. I think they just don't want to be bothered.
I am hoping to call HONDA and suggest they have a recall.
Driver's side door lock won't accept key but after 5-10 attempts will. Security key fob will not lock/unlock driver's side lock - but will work everywhere else.
Visitor, 2003 Honda CR-V, 135,000 mi
Power lock failure.
Visitor, 2008 Honda CR-V, 38,000 mi
the key wouldn't turn in the cylinder of the driver side door. ( only lock on the car, has no passenger side or trunk has key feature.)
i dont remember using the key before as i always use the remote door opener. this seems like a common problem for honda accords, the dealer asked me $ 350 for the fix and $100 for a new key insert with tuning the frequency. this problem seems to be due to a cheap lock as this never happened to any of my cars in my life...
Visitor, 2003 Honda CR-V, 67,000 mi
4 out of 5 door locks (including rear) will not work with remote or inside master lock on drivers side. Need to manually open doors with key.
Visitor, 2003 Honda CR-V, 105,000 mi
Driverside door lock no longer works. Back right passenger door lock gets stuck.