Honda recalls 1.4 million vehicles due to fuel pump defect

Media reported that Honda had just recalled 1.4 million vehicles in several market regions because of a faulty fuel pump. If the fuel pump fails, the car may experience stall stalling or failure to start. Owners have a variety of ways to confirm whether their car is covered by this recall, and fortunately no accidents or injuries have been reported as a result.

Honda recalls 1.4 million vehicles due to fuel pump defect

Infographic (from: Honda website)

Of the total 1.4 million vehicles recalled, about 136,000 are in the U.S., and owners can check the 20V314000 recall notice on the HSTSA’s official website.

It is reported that the recall involves a number of new models, including the 2018/ 2019 Accord, Acura NSX, hatchback Civic / Type-R / HR Type-V.

There are also 2019 Acura RDX/RLX/RLX Sports Hybrid, 2019/2020 Fit, and 2020 Insette.

Owners can also enter the VIN code on Honda’s official website to check for a recall (portal) or wait for a notification message expected to begin at the end of July, and affected owners can contact the dealer to check the low-pressure fuel pump for free.

Honda recalls 1.4 million vehicles due to fuel pump defect