Faulty control sensor could cause the transmission to randomly drop into neutral while driving August 9, 2016 Automotive supplier ZF is recalling a control sensor found on nine-speed automatic transmissions used in over 500,000 vehicles. Fiat Chrysler, Honda and Land Rover models are affected; the automakers are responsible for issuing recalls for individual vehicles that use the transmission, and they will perform necessary repairs at dealerships. Without warning, the transmission can shift into neutral at any speed or gear because of an insufficient crimp on a wiring harness attached to the sensor cluster. Read more: ZF recalls 9 speed automatic transmissions Is the CR-V affected??? Note this is a USA article and CR-V is made in USA with CVT transmission instead of the 9 speed ZF automatic transmission. Thus this is the reason I believe this article does not mention European CR-V (1.6 Diesel). If I was a 1.6D owner with ZF 9 speed automatic transmission II would want this question to by answered ASAP due to safety concerns.