Honda Global has issued a worldwide recall involving more than 1.4 million vehicles due to a faulty fuel pump issue.
According to a report by the Daily Express, affected models include the Acura NSX, Honda Civic, as well as the Honda Accord. It was said that the faulty fuel pump in the affected vehicles are causing them to stall.
The report also stated that the faulty fuel pumps, which are exposed to production solvent drying for longer periods, could cause surface cracking and excessive fuel absorption, and that these issues can eventually cause parts to become deformed and fail which may lead the car to stall.
As for the Malaysian market, it remains unknown if any cars here are affected.
So, watch this space to see if there are any announcements by Honda Malaysia Sdn.Bhd, the sole distributor of Honda vehicles in Malaysia.