Menu Close

Honda recalls 106,030 CR-V Hybrid vehicles over missing fuse, likely overheating

Photo: J.D.Power

*American Honda Motor Company says the 12-Volt battery cable routed outside of the body frame is missing a fuse on the power circuit of the affected vehicles, which can allow the battery cable to short circuit or overheat in a crash

Emmanuel Akosile | ConsumerConnect

American Honda Motor Company is recalling 106,030 model year 2020-2022 CR-V Hybrids.

ConsumerConnect gathered the automobile manufacturer announced the 12-Volt battery cable routed outside of the body frame was missing a fuse on the power circuit of the affected vehicles, which can allow the battery cable to short circuit or overheat in a crash.

Honda disclosed that an overheated battery cable or short circuit could increase the risk of a fire or injury for consumers in a crash.

As regards what to do in addressing the defect, the company said the dealers would replace the battery cable free of charge.

Letters notifying owners of this recall are expected to be mailed January 29, 2024.

Affected vehicle owners may contact Honda Customer Service on (888) 234-2138, and Honda’s number for this recall is FGB.

Kindly Share This Story

 

 

 

 

Kindly share this story