Optional Extras What grade is your CR-V?

Discussion in '4th Generation (2013-2017)' started by FirstHonda, Sunday 13th Dec, 2015.

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What grade is your CR -V?

  1. EX

    45 vote(s)
    59.2%
  2. SR Navi

    7 vote(s)
    9.2%
  3. SR

    4 vote(s)
    5.3%
  4. SE-T / SE Navi

    8 vote(s)
    10.5%
  5. SE

    7 vote(s)
    9.2%
  6. S-T / S Navi

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  7. S

    1 vote(s)
    1.3%
  8. Black or White Edition

    4 vote(s)
    5.3%
  1. AccordCU2 Club Veteran ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

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    We really do have to catch up.
    Would love to see your car and have a chat.
     
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  2. TheDarkKnight Retired ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

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    You're in luck Zoran!

    I found the grille for you! (And its all in bubble wrap!)

    I'll drop you an email in the week and we'll arrange a catch up - has to be soon as Ramadan is approaching so with fasting, I will be doing a whole lot of nothing for 20+ hours and won't have time or energy! LOL
     
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  3. AccordCU2 Club Veteran ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

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    Looking around car today and something caught my eyes which I wasn't sure about.
    You'll have to excuse my ignorance because my Accord not had this fitted and I never paid my much attention to this.

    Anyhow I understand this CR-V have TPMS fitted but these valves look differently to what I've seen on other cars and diy @Nels posted.
    So the question is are these TPMS valves or not?

    No warning on dash or anything just curious.

    Thanks chaps.

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  4. MikeM-271048 Senior Member ★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆

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    My understanding is they are TPMS valves. On the facelift model, there is a warning light in the instrument panel. Calibration (after a change of tyre) is a menu exercise, using the controls on the steering wheel. You will find elsewhere in the forum that many users have had trouble with this warning system.
     
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  5. AccordCU2 Club Veteran ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

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    Thanks Mike
    I'll look around few threads and learn more about it.
    Hope it doesn't give me any trouble.
     
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  6. Nels Community Staff Club H-Tune

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    @AccordCU2 your car has DWS which is different to the TPMS one on mine.

    TPMS monitors the actual pressure within the tyre. DWS works in a different way to identify a loss of pressure.
    Hope that helps
     
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  8. PanayiotisPal Top Contributor ★ ★ ★ ★ ☆

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    DWS (deflation warning system) is also called indirect TPMS and is part of ABS system. If you have a puncture or low tyre pressure you will get a warning (reactive system).

    The direct TPMS system, gives you pressure values per tyre, so you can monitor the DWS, or to check (using a monitor in your car) tyre pressure thus to add or not air to your tyres (proactive system).

    Both in terms of security have the same effect. If you have a puncture you will be warned.
     
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  9. tigger004 Junior Member ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆

    Let one tyre down (when near an air supply) and see if you get a warning.

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  10. leonard Senior Member ★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆

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    No, isn't working that way. You have to drive over 30Miles/H for the ABS to detect low tire pressure. That's my understanding anyway!
     
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  12. tigger004 Junior Member ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆

    From your reply I assume the CR-V is an indirect TPMS where it compares speed of rotation of each wheel, therefore a lower pressure within the tyre would effectively make the tyre seem smaller and have a faster rotation. Cheers for the heads up.

    PS. The direct systems use individual tyre pressure sensors fitted inside each wheel transmitting to a receiver.

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