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Old 06-28-2016, 02:19 PM   #11
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I tow my 2014 CR-V AWD all 4 on the ground with no issue. This was chosen in discussion with the Honda rep. So far so good. I pulled it for 15,000 km last winter while touring the Southern States. Follow the instructions for the start of the day and all should be right. If you go for very long distance make sure to remove the fuse as recommended as this can drain your battery.

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Old 06-28-2016, 04:17 PM   #12
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We tow a 2014 AWD Honda CRV flat down on all four. We just got the tranny fluid changed last month at our local Honda dealer for $79. Cheap insurance and follows warranty recommendations. They aren't towable flat down anymore, I'd do what the manufacturer recommends.

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Old 06-30-2016, 03:09 PM   #13
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Towing CRV

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We flat tow a 2014 Honda CRV and the manual says to replace transmission fluid every 2 years or 30 thousand miles which ever comes first. We only tow a couple times a year and the most miles we tow round trip so far is about 800 miles. Twice a year. For you CVR owners are you changing your tranny fluids?
Our 2012 is flat towable but I am very careful to run the transmission through the gears and allow the oil to circulate in neutral for 3 minutes per the manual. I do it virtually every time I stop for gas our lunch. We are not yet up to 30k miles but will consider having the transmission fluid replace, or checked if they can do it, at that point.
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Old 07-05-2016, 10:11 AM   #14
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Try to two 2014 crv battery keeps going out. Can't start crv
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We had one of those switches installed that turns that fuse off to keep from having to remove it. Of course with that fuse off the cigarette lighter plugs don't work. DH ran a cigarette plug from the battery so that we can plug our braking system in.

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