The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reveals that Honda is recalling around 250,000 vehicles due to a potentially life-threatening engine-related issue.
This week, officials from the traffic safety administration announced that a manufacturing error could cause the engine’s connecting rod bearing to “wear and seize,” posing a risk of potential damage.
Faulty engines can lead to stalling or improper functioning while driving, elevating the potential for fire, injury, or accidents, as highlighted by the NHTSA. To ascertain if your vehicle is subject to any recalls, owners can consult the NHTSA’s database. The website further facilitates recall searches based on your vehicle identification number (VIN).
A recall has been issued for 248,999 vehicles, including the following models:
- – Acura TLX (2015-2020)
- – Acura MDX (2016-2020)
- – Honda Pilot (2016, 2018-2019)
- – Honda Ridgeline (2017, 2019)
- – Honda Odyssey (2018-2019)
The announcement was made by the company.