Honda recalls Civic for Wire related Issues
Honda, Japan based automaker, has announced that they have recalled Civic, which were being sold in 2004-05 in the US. Some issues in regard to its wiring has been found, said the company officials. They further affirmed that the wiring problem is creating problem in the access of low beam light of the car.
This is the not the first time when such an incident has occurred with the company. Moreover, it would not be wrong to say that it is just an extension to the existing recall issue that has been prevailing in the company from March.
Earlier, the issue revolved around CR-V and the Pilot and now it has another car, which is Civic. The company officials were of the view that they would request users to contact their dealers and their problem in regard to light will be solved.
“Honda has expanded a March 2012 low beam headlight recall to additionally include approximately 820,000 model-year 2002-2003 Civic and model-year 2004-2005 Pilot vehicles in the United States”, read the official statement being released by the company.
The company has further clarified that till now; they have not been informed about any car incident due to the same problem.
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