Honda Cars India on Friday announced the recall of 77,954 units of its various models, including Amaze, Citi, WR-V, Jazz, Civic, BR-V and CRV, to replace a faulty fuel pump. This will largely affect cars manufactured in 2019.
The company recalled about 65,651 vehicles in June last year for the same issue.
“Honda Cars India Limited today announced that it has expanded its drive to voluntarily convert fuel pumps to 77,954 units of its select models in India. “Fuel pumps installed in these vehicles may contain faulty impulses, which may occur in a timely manner as a result of the engine stopping or not starting,” the company said in a statement.
The latest recall will affect Amaze’s 36,086 units, WR-V’s 7,871 units and Jazz’s 6,235 units – all built between January-August 2019; 20,248 units of the Fourth General City and 5,170 units of the Civic – built between January-September 2019; Between January-October 2019, 1,737 units of BR-V and 607 units of CRVs were manufactured between January 2019-September 2020.
The company said, “This replacement will be done free of charge at HCIL dealerships across India in a phased manner starting from April 17 and the owners are being contacted in person.”
It added that dealers as facilities are currently working with limited staff to strictly enforce the safety and security norms specified by government officials, with prior appointment to avoid inconvenience to customers. It is recommended to visit.