Honda, Acura Fuel Pump Recall Impacts 2.6 Million Vehicles With Engine Stall Risk

Owners of recalled Honda and Acura vehicles will receive notification in February, indicating that a defective fuel pump needs to be replaced to reduce the risk of engine stalls and accidents

Honda is recalling 2.6 million vehicles due to defectively manufactured fuel pumps, which could cause the engine to stall suddenly, creating a serious auto accident risk on U.S. roadways.

The Honda fuel pump recall was announced in a press release by the automaker on Thursday, impacting various Honda and Acura vehicles from model years 2017 through 2020. However, no incidents or accidents have been reported as a result of the engine stall risk, according to the manufacturer.

“The fuel pump impeller was improperly molded, resulting in low density impellers. Over time, the low-density impeller can deform and interfere with the fuel pump body, rendering the fuel pump inoperative,” the recall states. “If the fuel pump module is inoperative, the engine may not start or can stall while driving, increasing the risk of a crash or injury.”

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The recall affects 2018-2020 model year Acura ILC, MDX, MDX Sport Hybrid, RDX, RLC and TLX vehicles, as well as model year 2017-202 NSX vehicles. It also affects 2017-2020 model year Accord Hybrid and Pilot vehicles, as well as 2018-2020 model year Accord, Civic, Civic Type R, CR-V, HR-V, Odyssey, and Ridgeline vehicles, 2018-2019 Clarity Plug In Hybrid and Fit vehicles, 2019-2020 Insight and Passport vehicles, and 2020 CR-V Hybrid models.

An estimated 2.6 vehicles sold in the U.S. are affected by the recall.

Honda indicates that replacement parts are not available for all affected vehicles at this time. However, the company indicates it intends to notify affected vehicle owners in stages, with initial recall notices expected to be sent out beginning in early February. More owners will be notified as parts become available.

The manufacturer announced affected fuel pumps will be replaced for free. Owners can determine if their vehicle is affected by visiting or by calling (888) 234-2138.


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