Recall the Odyssey cars
Honda has announced the recall of the Odyssey cars.
According to the official information, the Japanese auto manufacturer Honda has announced recalling its minivans Odyssey.
This news was published last week. There are about 900,000 cars affected this recall.
Some Odyssey model launched in the Alabama plant have a defect in the part of fuel pump. This fail is able to cause the fuel leak leading to risk to be fired.
Fortunately, there are not accidents, injuries or fires registered during this time.
The Honda maker is notifying all owners of affected cars. They all have to bring their cars into the brand’s service center to repair this defect. Certainly, this fail will be fixed free of charge for Odysseys’ owners.
The auto manufacturer declared to finish repairing all possible vehicles affected recall by this summer. The official notification is planned to start next month.
Moreover, probably Honda has found a potential reason of this defect. Cracks in a strainer of the fuel pump may be caused by some chemicals entered when cars’ washing because the auto manufacturer cannot discover another cause of this crack. And fuel pump parts were produced in the brand’s plant in the U.S. by the Denso supplier.
This recall concerns minivans launched in the period from June 2004 to September 2010.
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