Honda Cars India issues a recall of its cars due to faulty fuel pumps
The Japanese carmaker has issued a recall of around 65,651 cars due to fault in fuel pumps, it includes models like Amaze, City and Jazz. The models that were manufactured in 2018 have been installed with fuel pumps that may contain defective impellers.
With time this problem can result in engine stopping or not starting. The recall includes 32,498 units of Amaze, 16,434 units of City, 7,500 units of Jazz, 7,057 units of WR-V, 1,622 units of BR-V, 360 units of Brio and 180 units of CR-V. The owners of the affected cars will be notified and the faulty fuel pumps will be replaced at dealerships across the country without any additional fee.
The replacements will begin from June 20 and it will be carried out in a phased manner, considering that the restrictions have been relaxed recently and the manufacturer's service stations and dealerships are working with a leaner staff in the initial stage to reduce the risk of contracting the virus.
The replacement of the fault will be a long process, as there is a shortage of manpower and that adds to the time taken to rectify the issue. All service stations and dealerships are working with adherence to safety standards and social distancing to ensure the well being of consumers and employees as well.
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