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Hi Jim, Here are the instructions for your CRV cabin filter replacement: http://www.filters-now.com/pdfs/micronAir/HN03104P.pdf


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Be careful with this diagnostic approach, a fault code is just a piece of information used to help you diagnose the problem, and replacing a part without a proper diagnosis is asking for trouble. If you post the code, we can provide some info that may help avoid replacing unneeded parts. If you do replace the part, I suggest using only OE parts. O2 sensors are tuned specifically for each engine, so using any aftermarket sensors may cause the check engine light to come on again.


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It really depends on the problem. It can be the fuel gauge sending unit, fuel gauge, wiring or another electrical issue. You'll need to have teh problem diagnosed, which should be about 1 hour of labor (for diagnosis)


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I believe the fuse is in the engine compartment fuse box. Look at the cover of the fuse box, it will have a diagram of the fuses.


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I imagine dandd didn't perform a check of your financial situation first before recommending spending $25 on picking up a technical repair manual for your vehicle, which is very helpful advice to anyone performing repairs on their own vehicle. Someone takes their own time to give you advice, and that is the response you give? You are soooooo ungrateful!


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Check all your bulbs, one of them may be burned out. If you do replace one, make sure to use the exact same bulb type.


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Aloha, If the check engine light is on, there is a fault code(s) stored that will help in determining what the problem is. These codes will need to be checked and then diagnosed, and you are better off taking it to an experienced repair shop for this type of repair.


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If you are going to take on a job like this, get a repair manual and read the repair instructions, figure out what tools and parts you will need, then if you have specific questions, post them.


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If you are going to take on a job like this, get a repair manual and read the repair instructions, figure out what tools and parts you will need, then if you have specific questions, post them.


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If you are going to take on a job like this, get a repair manual and read the repair instructions, figure out what tools and parts you will need, then if you have specific questions, post them.


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