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Old 05-18-2013, 12:23 PM   #1
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I was wondering if Honda has changed the location of the 7.5 amp fuse you need to pull on the CRV's with the navigation system??
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Old 05-18-2013, 05:59 PM   #2
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I didn't get the nav system on ours but I did have the charging line from the coach to the toad installed so I don't have to pull any fuses.
I'd check with your Honda dealer, they should be able to help.
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I was wondering if Honda has changed the location of the 7.5 amp fuse you need to pull on the CRV's with the navigation system??
I no on my 2012 CRV it was the same location on fuse panel, I don't pull the fuse, I use a switch to turn fuse on and off, was a pita to get under dash to pull fuse.
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I didn't get the nav system on ours but I did have the charging line from the coach to the toad installed so I don't have to pull any fuses.
I'd check with your Honda dealer, they should be able to help.
X 2. Get a charge line installed and forget about pulling fuses. We've towed our 2012 CRV 5,000 miles without an flat battery problems, including some 3 day runs when the engine didn't run except for the startup sequence in the morning.
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X 2. Get a charge line installed and forget about pulling fuses. We've towed our 2012 CRV 5,000 miles without an flat battery problems, including some 3 day runs when the engine didn't run except for the startup sequence in the morning.
This is fairly cheap and works great:
http://www.lslproducts.net/ToadChargePage.html
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