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2017 Honda CR-V

Honda CR-V
Honda CR-V
  • The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is recalling 2017 Honda CR-V compact sport utility vehicles. This particular vehicle’s fuel supply pipe has been shown to disconnect and leak. If the fuel pipe disconnects, it will cause the engine to stall. A stalled engine can greatly increase the risk of an accident. In addition, the fuel leak could cause a fire if an ignition source is present.
  • Another Honda CR-V recall concerns the certification label on a piece of equipment. The certification label on specific vehicles was painted with a type of paint that may rub off in the presence of an alcohol solvent. If the labels are wiped off, the vehicles fail to comply with the Code of Federal Regulations. The 2017 Acura RDX is affected by the same recall.
  • At the time of the recall, Honda was aware of 11 instances of the fuel supply pipe leaking. To their knowledge, no accidents, fires, or other serious issues resulted from the defect. However, the recall affect nearly 25,000 vehicles registered in the United States.

Recall Subject: Fuel supply pipe is liable to disconnect and leak
Recall Date: July 13, 2017
NHTSA Campaign Number: 17V442000
Manufacturer: Honda (American Honda Motor Co.)
Components: Fuel system, gasoline

Recall Subject: Incorrect certification label on Part 567
Recall Date: March 23, 2017
NHTSA Campaign Number: 17V256000
Manufacturer: Honda (American Honda Motor Co.)
Components: Equipment


If your vehicle is affected by the 2017 Honda CR-V fuel supply pump, you may be at risk of an accident. Honda should contact all vehicle owners and replace the fuel supply pipe free of charge. They initiated the recall on August 31, 2017. In the meantime, owners can reach Honda customer service by calling 1-888-234-2138. The recall number for this issue is KH1. Similarly, Honda will replace defective certification labels at no cost. The recall number is KF3 for the affected CR-V models and KF4 for Acura RDX models. You can follow both recalls by keeping track of information posted on the NHTSA website or calling the NHTSA hotline at 1-888-327-4236.

If Honda fails to notify you about the recall or the defect causes an accident before it’s too late, an attorney can help you seek compensation. Your safety should be manufacturer’s number one priority.

Contact a Lemon Law Attorney

The lemon law attorneys at Stern Law, PLLC are committed to helping consumers hold automobile companies responsible when their vehicles are improperly designed or manufactured. We firmly believe that you and your family deserve to ride in a vehicle that is safe and free of defects. If you purchased a defective Honda vehicle like the ones listed above, contact us online or by phone to discuss your rights as a consumer.


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