Honda is recalling over half-million vehicles because of a possible premature fuel pump failure. This 628,124 vehicle recall affects models in both the Honda and Acura portfolios but is limited to vehicles from the 2019 and 2020 model years. Honda says the low-pressure fuel pumps have impellers that could deform with exposure to fuel, which results in the fuel pump module failing. As you would imagine, that’s not ideal.
The fix involves replacing the fuel pump. Honda will replace the entire fuel pump module on affected vehicles free of charge. The unfortunate piece of information is that this recall doesn’t officially go to go into effect until May 18, 2021.
If you’re curious if your vehicle falls under this recall notice, here’s the list of affected vehicles:
If you’re still unsure if your vehicle is or isn’t on the list, you can input your vehicle identification number into the Honda and Acura recall tools. You can also see if your vehicle falls under the recall by using the National Highway Traffic Safety Association tool here.
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