Honda announced the recall of nearly 140 thousand carsJune 4, 2020
Despite such a massive recall of cars, at the moment due to malfunction of accidents or accidents not recorded.
The Japanese company Honda begins a large-scale recall campaign that will affect 136,057 Honda and Acura cars. Such information was released on Thursday, June 4. We are talking about cars that were sold in the United States. The reason for the recall lies in Denso’s fuel pumps. NHTSA’s reporting documents state that during the manufacturing process, their surface could be overdried with solvent.
All this can lead to cracks on the surface and excessive absorption of fuel. In this case, accidents that led to injuries due to this malfunction were not recorded. Honda has begun the process of notifying owners of cars that come under review. All hosts are expected to be notified by the end of July. You can find out about finding your car in the list yourself in the NHTSA database using a unique VIN number.
Honda representatives have already said that the diagnostic process will be free. Also, you will not have to pay for repairs and spare parts, if any are useful.
Previously, Honda representatives said they were going to bet on the cross-version of their cars. This decision was made after the successful launch of the Fit model in the Crosstar modification.
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