I've had my CRV for about six years now, and in the last six months or so, have had multiple radio buttons on the left hand side start falling off (picture below) without explanation.
While I can "push" the buttons back in, they pop back out extremely easily, just through normal usage like a single push. Unfortunately, I've already lost the "Menu" key because of this, although I still have the Brightness and Eject keys. It's still possible to click the buttons if I use something like a pen to jab at the smaller button, but this is far from ideal.
Oddly enough, a relative has the identical vehicle as me, almost the same age, and their buttons are still tight and show no sign of moving.
I've talked to Honda about it, but their only suggestion is to replace the entire stereo which is A) extreme overkill; B) obscenely expensive.
I've also looked into getting an after market stereo but that's still far from cheap, even though it's cheaper than replacing the original stereo from Honda, and I might lose some of my current functionality.
If anyone has any suggestions on how to replace the buttons and make them "tight" again, I would appreciate it. Or something I could use as a replacement button since I've lost the Menu button anyway.
I've considered something like crazy glue, but I'm not sure how I could do it without potentially destroying the click mechanism.