Honda is recalling 2,277 Accord and CR-V models due to a wiring defect that may have occurred during the vehicle’s assembly. An electrical coupling that was possibly damaged during the engine installation process could lead to the vehicle stalling.
While no incidents have been reported, Honda is keen to fix the defect, which only affects 2010 model year vehicles. The recall will begin in February with Honda notifying owners at the start of the month.
[Source: NHTSA via USA Today]