Honda and Acura are recalling nearly all 2019 models, and many 2020 models, to replace a faulty fuel pump.
A faulty fuel pump impeller could cause affected vehicles to lose power or stall, thus increasing the risk of a crash. Honda reported no known crashes or injuries to NHTSA.
The recall covers 628,124 vehicles in the 2018-2020 model year lineup across the Acura and Honda brands.
The only vehicles from those model years not affected were the low-volume Acura NSX super sports car and the limited-release Honda Clarity fuel cell and plug-in hybrid vehicles.
Owners can expect to be notified in late May, and dealers will replace the fuel pump free of charge.
List of affected models:
Hibrido Agreement 2019
Civic Coupe and Si Coupe 2019
Civic Hatchback 2019-2020
Civic Sedan and Si Sedan 2019
Civic Type R 2019
MDX Hibrido 2019-2020