Battery Needs To Be Changed On 93,929 Honda Vehicles In Malaysia

Posted on: 2016-03-09

Honda Malaysia today announced that the 12-volt battery in vehicles it distributed in Malaysia between 2003 and 2016 needs to be replaced. The total number of vehicles that are being recalled is 93,929 units from throughout the country.

The reason for this replacement is not provided but it is understood to be a proactive measure by the company in the interests of its customers. The statement from the company emphasises that, so far, there have been no injuries or crashes resulting from this issue in Malaysia.

The recall covers 7 models that were assembled locally as well as CBU imported models. Below is the list of affected models:

Honda Malaysia stresses that the other models currently sold and not listed are not affected.

Owners of the affected models will be informed via notification letters which will include details of the action to be taken. Customers who receive the letter are advised to send their vehicles to the nearest authorized Honda dealer for inspection. Should a replacement be required, the replacement of the battery will be carried once the parts are ready and all parts and labour charges related to this product update will be borne by Honda Malaysia.

Honda owners who may not receive such notification (as they may not be the original owner when the vehicle was first registered) can check their vehicle’s product update status by calling Honda’s Toll Free number 1-800-88-2020 or visit, or consult any Honda authorized dealers.


Source From: Motortrader

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