Acura and Honda are recalling a number of 2018-2020 model year vehicles to replace their fuel pumps, the automakers confirmed Tuesday. A total of 136,057 cars in the United States are affected by this recall.
“The fuel pumps installed in these vehicles may contain defective impellers, which could, over time, result in a loss of engine power or vehicle stalling, potentially increasing the risk of a crash,” American Honda said in a statement. The affected models include:
Acura and Honda dealers will replace these vehicles’ fuel pumps for free. The automakers are unaware of any crashes related to this problem.