Honda recalls 1.4M US vehicles for software and other problems

Honda Vehicles is taking back over 1.4 million cars in the U.S. to renovate drive shafts that can break, window shifts that can heat up too much and a software defect.

Source: Wfla

The software recollect includes 737,000 Accords from 2018 to 2020 and Insights from 2019 and 2020 to renovate a body control module software. A programming flaw in a control computer can cause the rear camera, turn signals and windshield wipers to malfunction. The brand will inform the Car Owners about as they should take their vehicles to a seller for fixes in late January. 

Two Carden shaft recollects across 430,000 Honda Civic Hybrids from 2012, The Honda Fit 2007 through 2014, The Acura ILX  2013 through 2015 and The Honda Acord 2013 through 2015. The Cardan shafts can crack because of erosion. Sellers will check the left and right Cardan shafts and exchange them if required. Vehicle components aren’t accessible yet. In February, owners will get a notification, and they will go to the dealer later after that

Approximately 268,000 CR-Vs from 2002 about 2006 are comprised in the power window switch evoke. Water can go into an open driver’s window. This is a reason for an electrical short, probably setting off a fire. For the same issue, It’s another recall. The vehicles were summoned up starting in October of 2012. However, the renovates didn’t work. Honda declares that it has 16 reports of fires but not any injuries.

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