Cheap Gas and Cheaper Fuel Pumps, A Honda Recall Story
Honda has recalled over 437,000 vehicles to prevent the engine from suddenly shutting down due to a clogged fuel pump. Sodium particulates, often found in cheap gas, can cling to the inside of the pump and increase resistance as they heat up. A clogged pump isn’t very effective at sending fuel to the engine and, as you might imagine, that’s a big problem.
About the Recall ∞
- The affected vehicles have a 3.5-liter V6 engine and will receive a software update for their fuel injection engine control unit
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