Honda Motor Co. is recalling thousands of Accord vehicles because of a faulty engine wire harness that could cause the engine to stall or catch fire, according to Consumer Reports.
Nearly 2,200 2010 Honda Accord four-cylinder and CR-V vehicles are affected by the recall. The voluntary recall was announced to address the issue with a possibly damaged wire harness coupler that could cause the engine to stall or sparks to fire intermittently.
So far, no injuries or car have been reported in connection to the recall.
As a Seattle car accident attorney, I’m glad to hear that there haven’t been any personal injury reports related to this recall. I hope Honda is able to fix all the problems with this recall before any injuries are reported. If you own a recalled Honda Accord, the company said it will begin replacing the ignition wiring harness connecter in February for no charge. For additional information, owners can call Honda at 1-800-999-1009.
I urge anyone with this recalled vehicle to get this issue fixed as soon as possible to prevent potential injuries. If you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident related to a vehicle recall, contact a Seattle personal injury lawyer.