2020: Honda recalls

Eight recalls for six Honda models in 2020


In 2020, Honda announced eight recalls for six models through the EU Rapex system.

There may be a problem with the low-pressure fuel pump impeller on several Honda models. Due to inappropriate moulding conditions, the resin’s density is reduced, causing it to swell and deform by the fuel. The impeller may interfere with the pump cover, and the engine may stall.

Four other recalls were announced for the Honda CR-V, while three for the HR-V and the Civic. Several older models were recalled for airbags.

All the recalls sorted by models are listed in the tables below.



Honda recalls in 2020 by model

Accord

PublishedIssue
Honda Accord (1996 – 2000)10. 04. 2020The airbag inflators may be defective and may create excessive internal pressure in the event of activation. As a result, the ... .

All Accord’s recalls

Civic

PublishedIssue
Honda Civic (2018 – 2019)21. 07. 2020Due to inappropriate molding conditions, the density of the resin for the low-pressure fuel pump impeller is reduced, causing it to ... .
Honda Civic (1996 – 2000)10. 04. 2020The airbag inflators may be defective and may create excessive internal pressure in the event of activation. As a result, the ... .
Honda Civic (2015 – 2018)31. 01. 2020During repeated acceleration/deceleration, the emissions control system in the diesel Engine Control Unit (ECU) is unable to prevent sulfur accumulation inside ... .

All Civic’s recalls

CR-V

PublishedIssue
Honda CR-V (2001 – 2006)26. 12. 2020Liquid can accumulate in a gap in the Power Window Master Switch (PWMS) case. As a result, a short circuit could ... .
Honda CR-V (2018 – 2019)21. 07. 2020Due to inappropriate molding conditions, the density of the resin for the low-pressure fuel pump impeller is reduced, causing it to ... .
Honda CR-V (1996 – 2000)10. 04. 2020The airbag inflators may be defective and may create excessive internal pressure in the event of activation. As a result, the ... .
Honda CR-V (2015 – 2018)31. 01. 2020During repeated acceleration/deceleration, the emissions control system in the diesel Engine Control Unit (ECU) is unable to prevent sulfur accumulation inside ... .

All CR-V’s recalls

HR-V

PublishedIssue
Honda HR-V (2018 – 2019)21. 07. 2020Due to inappropriate molding conditions, the density of the resin for the low-pressure fuel pump impeller is reduced, causing it to ... .
Honda HR-V (2020)20. 07. 2020Due to improper adjustment of the assembling equipment, some springs were installed in the rear seat belt retractor locking mechanisms in ... .
Honda HR-V (2015 – 2018)31. 01. 2020During repeated acceleration/deceleration, the emissions control system in the diesel Engine Control Unit (ECU) is unable to prevent sulfur accumulation inside ... .

All HR-V’s recalls

Jazz

PublishedIssue
Honda Jazz (2020)20. 07. 2020Due to improper adjustment of the assembling equipment, some springs were installed in the rear seat belt retractor locking mechanisms in ... .

All Jazz’s recalls

Odyssey

PublishedIssue
Honda Odyssey (2017 – 2020)18. 10. 2020Moisture can ingress into the electric sliding door and get into contact with the cables and socket couplers of the external ... .
Honda Odyssey (2017 – 2019)28. 04. 2020A short circuit may occur in the wiring harness. Consequently, it can overheat, leading to increased risk of fire. The Honda ... .

All Odyssey’s recalls


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