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My 2003 Honda crv is losing power. My mileage is at 184000

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Amy Mattinat, Owner and Author at Auto Craftsmen Ltd Greetings Fotini, There are a host of reasons your CRV could be losing power. I recommend you take it to your local female friendly repair shop and ask to have a technician go on a road test with you. Then you can point out when your CRV starts to act up. When you get back to the shop, ask the mechanic if they have an idea of what is the problem and what needs to happen to fix it. Then ask the front desk for a dollar amount before any work is started.

Gelina Aquilina, Service Advisor / Mechanic at Might need a tune up or a catalyst.

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