Honda 2.0L Index of Articles

The Ignition Control Module (ICM), on your 2.0L Honda CR-V, is going to fail sooner or later. When it does, your 2.0L Honda CR-V not going to start. The cool thing is that... [read more]

As you're probably already aware, the ignition coil on the 1999, 2000, and 2001 2.0L Honda CR-V is located inside the distributor. This might make you think that it's near... [read more]

The front O2 sensor on your 2.0L Honda CR-V (1997-2001) is a 4 wire sensor that comes equipped with an internal heater. This heater will eventually fail and the fuel... [read more]

Testing your 2.0L Honda CR-V for a blown head gasket is not hard. As a matter of fact, it's something that you can do yourself without having to take it to a repair... [read more]

Testing the engine compression on the 1991-2001 2.0L equipped CR-V is pretty easy and what makes is so is the fact that removing the spark plugs is easier than on most cars... [read more]

Sooner or later the ignition coil, which is located inside the distributor, is going to fail. And when it does, your 1997-1998 2.0L Honda CR-V is not going to... [read more]

The manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor, on your 2.0L Honda CR-V (1997-2001), can be tested easily with your multimeter. Although a scan tool is a very handy tool to... [read more]

This tutorial will help you to diagnose a P0141 on your 2.0L Honda CR-V. Although this code usually means that you need to replace the rear O2 sensor, sometimes you've got... [read more]

The throttle position sensor (TPS) on your 2.0L Honda CR-V can be accurately tested with your multimeter and also without having to take it out of its spot on the throttle... [read more]