Honda has just announced the recall of a total of 1.79 million cars globally in four separate campaigns, with the number reaching 1.4 million units in the US alone.
Accordingly, the Japanese manufacturer said the first recall for 268,000 CR-V (2002-2006) in the US to replace the power window opening and closing button. Honda says it has not received any injury reports but there are 16 known fires related to the bug.
Previously, in 2012, Honda conducted a recall of vehicles with faulty electric window buttons. This new summoning will address the bugs of the switch that were fixed in the previous campaign regarding humidity.
Honda is also recalling about 735,000 Accord and Accord Hybrid (2018-2020) along with the Insight model (2019-2020) to update the Body Control Module software. The company said a programming flaw could disrupt information transmission, causing some warning lights to light up and faulty electronic components, including “reverse camera screen, turn indicator and lever. windshield wiper “.
In addition, Honda also announced two more recalls of 430,000 vehicles in the US in 22 states and Washington, D.C. because these areas are used to spread on the road to thaw. The above vehicles will be tested and likely to have to replace the front wheel drive brace. Both summons were aimed at preventing the shaft from being broken due to corrosion, but so far there have been no reports of any related accidents.
Honda said there were insufficient repairs to all of the vehicles involved in the recall due to an issue with the rear axle. Affected models include: Honda Civic Hybrid (2012), Honda Fit (2007-2014), Acura ILX (2013-2015), Acura ILX Hybrid (2013) and Honda Accord (2013-2015).