Hi all, Sorry been off line for a while, was made redundant unexpectedly which was a shock. Life will go on though. Anyway, my CR-V petrol is due a service soon under the service plan and I have a few things I want them to do/check as part of it I wanted some advise on: OIL - to date the car (before my ownership) has been serviced using 5-30W oil, the handbook says first choice 0-20W, only use 5-30 if that isnt' available. I am going to push they use the 0-20W oil as mentioned in the handbook. Suspect they won't want to as it's cheaper for them to use the latter but I'm going to push. DWS - Soon after picking up car it went off again (did so on test drives). Ended up having to buy new tyre, then another to match up tread depths. Better since then but still goes off at least once a month. There is a post on here explaining the modules that specifically need latest firmware on, going to ask for that. Also going to point out the MOT they did before sale advised of a nail in the very tyre that needed changing, suspect they decided not to do the decent thing and let me find out the hard way. Overall not impressed with this going off so often, puts you on edge. Tip I did learn from service manager, if you reset DWS 3 times in a row that does a hard reset. Engine Tappety - When I collected the car end of Jan 2018 it was very quiet and refined. The last month or so it is particularly tappety, especially from cold start, suspect the tappets need checking and adjusting. Should I be liable to pay for this given it's under full honda warranty and service plan? Does it have to be done from cold, if so I should drop it off the night before. ECONOMY - I don't drive like a lunatic, and all cars to date I have managed to get the claimed economy if not better. The CR-V petrol is not known to be that good on fuel but I am averaging 22MPG locally and 30MPG on a long gentle run. This is worse than my previous TDV8 Range Rover and the car is far from brisk. Is this just how these cars are, it's a great car otherwise in terms of comfort etc. Maybe if the tappets are out of adjustment that could be linked. I generally have the economy mode switched on btw, that seems to help a little but does blunt the limited performance further. My feeling is that the auto box is the main culprit, it is very unwilling to change down leaving it out of the power band and struggling. Using the paddles helps alot in these situations without having to rev it hard. BATTERY - A few weeks ago the car really struggled to start, it was turning over slowly and wouldn't quite catch. I tried again and it started. My thoughts were the battery maybe getting weak and in need or replacement. I have a smart optimising charger which I used and it has not done the same since. A new one fitted is £100, normally batteries for me last around 5 years. I will ask them to check it but don't want to buy one until it is needed. If anyone has any prior experience or advice on these I'd be grateful. Hoping the dealer will do a good job in a couple of weeks and any bill will be reasonable outside of any warranty/service plan work.