Honda Recalls 77,954 cars over defective fuel pumps

Honda Recalls 77,954 cars over defective fuel pumps

The fuel pump installed in as many as 77,954 units of select models will be replaced by Honda, the company has announced.

The fuel pumps installed in these cars may contain defective impellers, which could badly affect the engine.

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The recalled car list includes Amaze, 4th-gen City, WR-V, Jazz, Civic, BR-V, and CR-V.

The fuel pumps will be replaced free of cost at authorized Honda dealerships across the country. The replacement will start from April 17, 2021, and will be completed in a phased manner. Honda will contact car owners individually.

Car owners can visit the official website of the company and use the 17-character Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) to know the recall status of their cars.

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