Honda recall

Recall #: 2016444
Models Involved: 2014-2015 Honda Grom (MSX125), Forza (NSS300)
Number of Vehicles:
1,829
Problem: On certain motorcycles, the resin inlet cover of the fuel pump may swell abnormally and interfere with the rotation of the impeller which may cause the fuel pump to stop working properly. While parked, this can prevent the engine from starting. If this occurs while riding, it may cause the engine to stall and possibly not restart. Note: This recall supersedes recall 2014-473. Vehicles repaired under the previous recall will require re-inspection and repair.
Correction:  Dealers will replace the original fuel pump with an updated pump.

2 thoughts on “Honda recall”

  1. “Correction: Dealers will replace the original fuel pump with an updated pump.”

    All of these fuel pumps were just replaced in the last under a previous recall for a different issue. So technically dealers will replace the “updated” fuel pump with an updated fuel pump.

    With price being biggest factor anymore and it must be hard for manufactures to keep prices down. But companies like Honda that are known for quality can only ride their reputations for so long.

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