According to the latest report from the NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) Japanese automaker will recall his 1156 2012 Honda Civic sedans and coupes in the U.S.
The reason for the withdrawal according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has reported as a possible fuel leak, which can easily cause a fire.
In his memorandum of memory, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, says: “There is a chance that the seal-ring connection in a car’s fuel supply line is misaligned.” “The misalign o-ring can lead to reduced fuel leak. And this fuel leakage in the presence of an ignition source can result in”
In a statement on its website, Honda said there were no injuries or fires reported in connection with this lack of Defected and most models are not yet sold. He also explained that during the manufacturing assembly line for fuel, a sealing ring would have been displaced, which supposedly could lead to the escape of a joint, where the two pieces of pipe have gone along.
In another paper submitted to the federal government, Honda said an employee of Honda Canada manufacturing fault originally noticed by a smell of fuel in a 2012 Honda Civic on April 29. The company immediately began to keep a production on the models likely that day.
Honda dealers will replace the fuel in the affected Civics assembly line. The recall is expected to begin on May 27 owners of such models are not watertight contact Honda @ 1-800-999-1009.