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Honda set to recall 268,000 fiery SUVs

Honda will recall roughyl 268,000 CRV sport utility vehicles (SUVs) sold in the United States due to risk of fire emanating from the power windows under certain conditions. The Japanese automaker will collect and repair free of charge CR-V vehicles produced between 2002 and 2006. There have been no official incidents reported thus far. Honda officials have not immediately confirmed the report. Honda recalls have also recently requested 572,000 mid-size Accords sold in the U.S. be recalled which were at risk of catching fire due to faulty power steering hoses. It appears as if many Hondas are experiencing defects which may cause fire or some other types of injuries. If you have been harmed by a motor vehicle (similar to the Honda Recall) you may need an attorney. Our experienced product recall lawyers may be able to help. This Honda Recall is just a classic example of a vehicle defect that may create an injurious condition for a vehicle occupant.

 

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Written by Vincent Michael Last Updated : October 9, 2012

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