Saturday, August 17

Honda confirms that the CR-V fault engine causes a sudden car death

Honda has officially confirmed this as an engine fault and is looking for a way to overcome the following series of Honda CR-V cars in circulation in the U.S. death market suddenly making customers unhappy
According to the Consumer Reports magazine, dozens of customers have submitted a complaint to authorities in the United States to reflect the status of a Honda CR-V with sudden death. When examining, some agents have detected a leak in the oil-guided system on this model.
The spokesman for Honda North America said: “The company has officially acknowledged about the status of this defect and is conducting an investigation for the process of finding direction. Honda hopes to make the remedy to overcome this error in mid-November 11 this year. “In the US market, Honda started selling 5th generation CR-V to market since 12.2016 and up to now has more than 500,000 vehicles with the L15B7 engine being consumed.
Engine failures were found to occur on Honda CR-V Lifetime 2017 and 2018 models using a 1.5 liters turbocharger engine. The client has co-sent the petition for a report reflecting the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Commission (NHTSA). At this, the new American Honda announces official acknowledgment 1.5 liters Turbo turbocharger error.
Known in May 5.2018, Honda China had to officially announce the summoning of about 130,000 CR-V vehicles associated with the above engine error produced from 2.2017 to 2.2018. Honda China identified the cause of these air-conditioned vehicles in the cold weather zone and moved with short distances which caused the gasoline to not burn out, settling in the lubricant compartment and not evaporating back to the fuel chamber. When gasoline and oil are intersaturated in the engine, if so long will affect the ability to operate and lead to machine death, there is a risk of causing accidents.
According to John German, an automobile engineer with many years of experience saying the problem of oil and gas is likely to be due to either of the following two reasons: due to the wrong design petrol injection division, leading to the injection of gasoline directly into the cylinder wall , or because the motor is not hot enough to evaporate leftover gasoline in cylinders.
Another high-level official of the American Honda does not suggest that this is a threat to consumer safety. “The situation of oil levels in unusually high tanks is not so dangerous and not so popular as what people are talking about on the internet!”
Mr. David Friedman-deputy chairman of the Consumer Reports Advisory Board, also a former U.S. National Transportation Safety Agency (NHTSA), said: “The car is dead the machine has many causes and certainly greatly affects the safety of users. Being killed is a “summon,” even in the case of determining that there are no malicious errors, Honda should still properly implement his role: Ask customers to bring their cars to the dealer for free testing “