As reported by USA Today, Honda has issued a recall for over 2.5 million vehicles this month, citing concerns related to the fuel pump. This brings the total number of recalled Hondas in 2023 to nearly 5 million. The company has assured consumers that the faulty fuel pump modules will be replaced at dealerships free of charge, with notification letters scheduled to be mailed on Feb. 5, 2024.
Here are the list of Honda Recalls in 2023:
(The following list descends from January 2023 to December 2023.)
How to Respond: A Guide for Affected Owners
If you find yourself impacted by the recent manufacturing errors, contact your local dealership immediately to address the problem. The dealership will provide information on the specific recall affecting your vehicle and schedule a free replacement or repair to rectify the issue.
It’s crucial to take prompt action to ensure the safety and proper functioning of your Honda. Additionally, stay informed about recalls and updates by checking the official website and monitoring notifications from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
For more safety updates, read another Headlights article on Ford recalls affecting 238,364 Explorer SUVs.