Honda Malaysia recall affects 1527 vehicles built between 2020 and 2022
Honda Malaysia has issued a precautionary recall for four models, BR-V, HR-V, City and City Hatchback. A total of 1527 cars are affected.
For the City and City Hatchback, the recall is relation to a loose nut torque on the Alternating Current Generator (ACG). According to Honda Malaysia, this recall is a precautionary safety measure to inspect the nut tightening on the ACG terminal of the engine harness. This may be loose and cause poor contact at the terminal and result in a battery malfunction: the engine halting while driving or the driver being unable to start the engine after the car stops. The models affected are 1,068 units of City 2021 Year Model and City Hatchback 2022 Year Model.
For the HR-V and BR-V, the recall relates to the inspection of the bolt earth grounding tightness.
This is also a precautionary safety measure to inspect the tightening of bolt earth grounding that may lead to loose wire harness. This may cause poor contact on the terminal and may result in the engine halting while driving or unable to start the engine after the car stops. The models affected are 343 units of HR-V 2020 Year Model and 116 units of BR-V 2021 Year Model.
All affected customers will be informed via notification letters, which will include details of the product recall. Honda Malaysia urges all affected customers to contact any Honda authorised dealer to make an appointment to have their vehicles checked and repaired if required, subject to parts availability.
The inspection, repair and replacement of the affected parts are free of charge and all costs related to this recall activity will be borne by Honda Malaysia.
Vehicle owners can obtain information or check their vehicle status on this product recall by calling Honda Malaysia’s Toll-Free number at 1-800-88-2020.