Honda Motor's U.S. unit is recalling approximately 106,000 CR-V hybrid sport utility vehicles due to a battery cable problem that can increase the risk of fire in an accident.
The recall affects some CR-V SUVs for model years 2020 through 2022, according to a warning released Wednesday by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The lack of a fuse on a 12-volt battery cable outside of vehicles can cause the battery cable to short circuit or overheat during a crash, which could cause a fire.
Honda said dealers will replace the battery cable for free, although CR-V owners who paid for necessary repairs may be eligible for a refund, the NHTSA said.
The automaker expects to notify affected car owners by mail on January 29, 2024. Customers with questions can contact Honda customer service toll-free at (888) 234-2138 or NHTSA at ( 888) 327-4236, as well as at www. .nhtsa.gov.
Honda in November also recalled aspects can fail, causing the engines to stall and increasing the risk of an accident. Also last month, the company recalled more than due to a missing part that can cause the seat belts to malfunction.in the US because its
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