Honda recalls more than 65,000 cars in India for faulty fuel pump replacement

By Divyank Kushagra Bansal | on June 15, 2020

The recall applies to only those units produced in 2018. However, all models, ranging from the Amaze to the CR-V, have been affected. The recall will be implemented 20th June 2020 onwards.

Honda Car India Limited (HCIL) has announced a voluntary recall of 65,651 units that have been manufactured in 2018. The recall is being undertaken to replace potentially faulty fuel pumps that could result in engine stopping/not starting due to defective impellers. Out of the 65,000+ units, 32,498 units are of the Amaze alone, followed by 16,434 units of the City and 7,500 units of the Jazz. The group of recalled vehicles also includes 7,057 and 1,622 units of the WR-V & BR-V, respectively. The Brio & CR-V are the least affected, with only 360 & 180 units, respectively.

However, as all service facilities are operating with a limited number of personnel to ensure safety & social distancing protocols, all customers will be handed out appointments before their visit, to ensure smooth proceedings. The recall will be implemented 20th June 2020 onwards.

Those customers who wish to find out if their Honda vehicle is affected by this recall, they can also log on to HCIL's website, visit the dedicated microsite & simply enter the 17-character Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) to check.

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