Honda has issued a recall affecting over 10,000 vehicles in Canada because of a defective fuel pump that could affect engine performance.
Date of recall: May 28, 2020
This recall covers several different models under the Honda and Acura brands, 10,459 of which are affected in Canada, plus another 136,057 in the United States.
The affected fuel pumps were manufactured by Denso, a parts supplier. During the manufacturing process, they were exposed to a drying solvent that may have been left for too long, which could lead to cracking and other structural issues. It can also lead them to absorb fuel at a rate that’s higher than normal. If all this were to happen, the engine could sound rough triggering the Check Engine light or actually stall.
Honda hasn’t reported any specific incidents or injuries related to the defect in these models.
Dealers will inspect and replace the fuel pump with one that has been redesigned to address the issue. The repair will be done free of charge.
Honda will begin notifying affected owners starting in late July by mail with instructions on your next steps.
Enter your Honda VIN at this link to learn more about this recall and find out if there are other Service Actions related to your vehicle.
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