The Japanese based automaker Honda has recently announced a recall for the CR-V and Civic models in China because of a problem with the horn.
According to the car manufacturer, 459, 962 units of the Honda CR-V and Honda Civic, made between July 2009 and August 2011, will be affected by this recall and owners of the models will have to take a trip back to the dealerships in order to get the problem with the horns fixed. AQSIQ’s Defective Products Management Centre has received several complaints from owners of the above mentioned vehicles regarding an issue with the horns and in response to the feedback, the department has organized an inspection which lead to this recall.
AQSIQ has announced that the complaints were forwarded to the manufacturer requesting a technical analysis work and Dongfeng Honda will conduct the maintenance and repair of all recall vehicles free of charge and the company will assure that this problem does not reoccur. The recall is expected to begin soon and owners of the Honda CR-V and Honda Civic will be announced by the manufacturer. This isn’t the only problem with the CR-V and in January 2012, Honda announced another recall for 50,410 units, because of defective wiring.