Honda and Japanese manufacturers will recall more than one million vehicles. The company has informed the Transport Ministry that it will recall about 11,38,255 of its vehicles due to faulty fuel pumps.
According to the information, these fuel pumps are made by auto parts manufacturer Denso. But due to some reason, the fuel pump in the affected vehicles is not working properly, and they will be recalled after receiving complaints from consumers.
According to the information, this recall will affect 1,138,040 vehicles of 25 models of Honda; these models include the N-Box, Fit, and Step Wagon, and 204 NSX vehicles exported to Japan by the US unit will also be affected by this recall. According to the company, those vehicles that were manufactured between June 2017 and September 2020 will be recalled.
According to the Transport Ministry, malfunctioning parts of the fuel assembly can prevent fuel pumps from working, cause engine failure while the vehicle is moving, and cause the vehicle to get stuck on the road, putting the comfort and safety of consumers at risk. .
According to reports, in 2020, vehicles from Toyota, Honda, Suzuki, Mazda, and Subaru had to be recalled due to fuel pump-related defects. Because Denso was also supplying fuel pumps in the vehicles of all these companies. Thus, Denso is subject to more vehicle recalls than ever due to product defects.
According to reports, a statement from a Denso official said that the company will take the issue seriously, immediately respond to the recall, and apologize for the recall of the product manufactured by the company.