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Honda Accord (1978) – 81V136000

Vehicle recall defect – Prolonged Contact With Road Salt May, Under Certain Conditions, Cause Serious Rusting. This Can Weaken Certain Undercarriage Components: Lateral Suspension Arms, Front Crossbeam And Strut Coil Spring Lower Supports.


Honda Accord (1977) – 81V136000

Vehicle recall defect – Prolonged Contact With Road Salt May, Under Certain Conditions, Cause Serious Rusting. This Can Weaken Certain Undercarriage Components: Lateral Suspension Arms, Front Crossbeam And Strut Coil Spring Lower Supports.


Honda Accord (1976) – 81V136000

Vehicle recall defect – Prolonged Contact With Road Salt May, Under Certain Conditions, Cause Serious Rusting. This Can Weaken Certain Undercarriage Components: Lateral Suspension Arms, Front Crossbeam And Strut Coil Spring Lower Supports.


Honda Accord (1987) – 92V028001

Vehicle recall defect – If The Plastic Coating Of The Fuel Filler And/Or Breather Pipe Is Damaged, Salt Water May Accumulate Between The Plastic Coating And The Steel Pipes, And The Accumulation Could Cause Corrosion Which Would Eventually Rust Through The Affected Pipes, Allowing Gasoline Fumes And Fuel To Leak.


Honda Accord (1987) – 87V171000

Vehicle recall defect – Owners Manual Information Required By Fmvss 210, SeCTIons 6A And 6B Was Omitted From The Manual.


Honda Accord (1986) – 95V103001

Vehicle recall defect – The Front Safety Belt Buckle Release Buttons Can Break. These Red Plastic Release Buttons Are Marked “Press.” If A Button Breaks, Pieces Can Fall Into The Buckle Assembly Causing The Buckle To Operate Improperly.


Honda Accord (1986) – 92V028001

Vehicle recall defect – If The Plastic Coating Of The Fuel Filler And/Or Breather Pipe Is Damaged, Salt Water May Accumulate Between The Plastic Coating And The Steel Pipes, And The Accumulation Could Cause Corrosion Which Would Eventually Rust Through The Affected Pipes, Allowing Gasoline Fumes And Fuel To Leak.


Honda Accord (1985) – 92V028000

Vehicle recall defect – If The Plastic Coating Of The Fuel Filler And/Or Breather Pipe Is Damaged, Salt Water May Accumulate Between The Plastic Coating And The Steel Pipes, And The Accumulation Could Cause Corrossion Which Would Eventually Rust Through The Affected Pipes, Allowing Gasoline Fumes And Fuel To Leak.


Honda Accord (1984) – 92V028000

Vehicle recall defect – If The Plastic Coating Of The Fuel Filler And/Or Breather Pipe Is Damaged, Salt Water May Accumulate Between The Plastic Coating And The Steel Pipes, And The Accumulation Could Cause Corrossion Which Would Eventually Rust Through The Affected Pipes, Allowing Gasoline Fumes And Fuel To Leak.