Hello there - I recently had our 2013 CR-V serviced and when it was returned I noticed water leaking from the underneath of the front passenger side (just in front of the wheel). It turns out that there is a connector on the headlight washer unit that is leaking (Honda suspect caused by hard water and have issued a bulletin about this). What happens is about a litre of water will drip out of the unit, but that leaves most of the washer tank full so headlight washers and wipers all work, just with a reduced tank capacity. Honda took the car back and explained that this is an identified issue, but were not going to replace the defective part under warranty as it was not safety related, but it's a pretty poor show considering that the car never has just plain tap water added to the washer tank - always the correct screen wash mix which has limescale inhibitors. I think that I'll just pay for the part to be replaced and if this turns out to be a fix that Honda need to apply, or they provide an updated part, I'll try to get the money or goodwill back from them. I didn't get a note of the bulletin number, but if it's been issued, it must be somewhat common. Just thought you'd like to know in case you discover mysterious leaks of washer fluid under your CR-V. If anyone else has this, please feel free to add to the thread. I'll make sure to provide prices for the fix when the garage gets back to me on that.