Ridgeline's Fuel Pump Feed Port Might Crack After Car Wash

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Scott McCracken
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Honda is recalling the 2017-2019 Ridgeline over fears that the fuel pump might crack. Apparently the detergents used at car washes contain enough sulfuric acid to crack the pump’s fuel feed port and start a pressurized gas leak. That means your next car wash could actually start a car fire.

What a world.

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