2021: Honda recalls

Two recalls for two Honda models in 2021


Honda has announced two recalls affecting two of its models in 2021 through the Rapex system.

Honda recalled both models due to electronics problems. The passenger seat occupancy sensor may fail on the new small Honda e electric car, while the windshield wipers, backup cameras, headlights and window controls may fail with the larger 2017-2019 Accord.

We have written about some of the faults in the following articles.



Ford recalls in 2021 by model


Honda Accord

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Honda Accord (2017 – 2019)22. 03. 2021There may be faulty communication between various electronic units; this includes windscreen wipers, reversing cameras, lighting devices (full headlights) and window ... .

All Accord’s recalls


Honda-e

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Honda e (2019 – 2020)09. 04. 2021Due to incorrect programming, the seat belt occupancy sensor may be displayed incorrectly. As a result, the occupant could forget to ... .

All Honda-e’s recalls


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