New Delhi, June 13, 2020.
Honda Car India has announced a voluntary recall of 65,651 units of select models, all manufactured in 2018, to replace fuel pump. The recall involves Amaze, City, CR-V, Brio, Jazz, WR-V and BR-V.
The Japanese automaker has stated that the fuel pumps in these vehicles could house defective impellers which could eventually lead to the engine stopping or not starting. Starting from June 20, 2020, authorized dealers of Honda Car India Ltd. (HCIL) will commence the voluntary replacement of affected vehicles free of cost.
Owners of the vehicles covered by this recall will be contacted by their respective dealerships individually. Customers can also check if their vehicle is covered under the free fuel pump replacement campaign by simply visiting Honda Car India’s official website and enter the 17 digit alpha-numeric Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) in the dedicated section.
Of the 65,651 units with defective fuel pumps, the Amaze compact sedan acccounts for 32,398 units while City accounts for 16,434 units. The Jazz, WR-V, BR-V, Brio and CR-V account for 7,500, 7,057,1,622, 360 and 180 units respectively.