One hour. That’s all a Honda vehicle owner needs to replace the suspect part.
Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. announces that it will voluntarily replace Takata passenger front airbag inflators of 10,461 vehicles of 2013 model of City, Jazz and Pilot sold in the Philippines from 2012 to 2015 as part of Honda’s precautionary global recall campaign concerning Takata front airbag inflators.
|Model||No of Affected Vehicles|
The affected Takata airbag inflators might deploy with excessive internal pressure when activated. In such cases, the inflator casing might rupture and cause serious injury, even or death.
HCPI President and General Manager Noriyuki Takakura appealed to Honda customers, “We urge the affected customers to have their vehicles checked at any of Honda Car dealerships as soon as possible.”
Below is the table of complete information of the vehicles which are included in the recall:
|Affected Model||Model Year||Selling Year|
|City||2003 – 2014||2003 – 2014|
|Jazz||2004 – 2013||2004 – 2014|
|Civic||2001 – 2011||2001 – 2011|
|CR-V||2001 – 2012||2001 – 2013|
|Accord||2003 – 2012||2003 – 2013|
|Pilot||2006 – 2007; 2012||2006 – 2014|
Replacement of parts for this voluntary recall is free of charge and will take about one hour in any of the 37 authorized Honda Car dealerships and three authorized service outlets nationwide.
Customers can check if their Honda vehicle is affected through the recall webpage at hondaphil.com/services/vin-search. The website has a Chassis Number / Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) Check Tool to enable customers to validate if their vehicle is affected. The 17-digit Chassis Number or VIN can be found on the Certificate of Registration (CR). Customers can also call the dedicated Honda hotline numbers at 1-800-1000-HONDA (46632) or (02) 857-7240 between 8am to 5pm from Monday to Friday or through email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Honda dealers are open from 9am to 6pm, Monday to Saturday and are most willing to accommodate all affected customers.
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