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Honda is looking to replace the fuel pumps in over 628,000 of its U.S. vehicles after discovering a defect that could lead to engine problems.
The car manufacturer issued a voluntary recall of 628,124 Acura and Honda vehicles from the 2018 to 2020 model years Tuesday, which includes its top-selling U.S. vehicle, the CR-V small SUV.
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The fuel pumps installed in the cars "may contain defective impellers" which is the rotating part of the pump. Over time, the defective impellers could "result in a loss of engine power or vehicle stalling" which may "potentially increase the risk of a crash," Honda said in a statement.
The carmaker refused to provide further comment to FOX Business.