The Japanese based automaker Honda has recently announced a recall for the CR-V model in China, because of some problems with the wiring.
According to the car manufacturer, 50.410 units of the Honda CR-V will be affected by this recall in China and their owners will have to take a trip back to the dealers in order to get this problem fixed. Honda says that the CR-V has some problem with the wiring and some defective headlights, which, if “untreated”, can lead to the headlights going out. The car manufacturer had promised to check all the vehicles and the recall is expected to start from January 11.
The General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine said in a statement posted on its official website that 50.410 units of the Honda CR-V will be affected by this recall and the models have been manufactured between September 5 and November 23, 2011. Owners of the 2012 Honda CR-V in China will have to take a trip back to the dealers and the wiring problem will be fixed for free. Owners can also contact AQSIQ at 010-59799619 and 010-65537365. There’s no official word on whether the 2012 Honda CR-V has been affected by this problem in other countries, except China, for now.