- Owners can search for a recall by VIN or vehicle year and model
- Recall help can be provided by a local dealer or Honda customer service agent
Unfortunately not every product can be crafted to perfection. Honda understands this and offers its valued customers a convenient way to find out if a vehicle or part has been recalled through the Recalls Honda page. Owners who suspect their vehicle may have a problem that warrants a recall can search the data base by entering the vehicle’s VIN or year and model. It should be noted that customers searching without a VIN will only receive general safety recall information that may affect some vehicles but not their specific vehicle. Vehicle owners that search using a VIN through the Recalls Honda page will receive the most accurate information on safety recalls specific to the vehicle they own.
A Fresh Look at Some of the Latest Honda Vehicles
Accord – Save at the pump and in the wallet all while riding in style with this uniquely designed automobile that starts at $29,605
- Ridgeline – Feel free to go off the beaten path as all 7 models of the Honda Ridgeline come with an all wheel drive option (RT, RTS, Sport, RTL, RTL-T, RTL-E, Black Edition)
- Odyssey – Whats not to like about a vehicle that can fit the whole family while providing the power of a whopping 248 horses under the hood
- Fit – Nothing wrong with only 130 horses if the driver can travel 33 city miles per gallon on them
Customers that have questions regarding a possible recall can reach out to their local Honda dealer for assistance (dealer search tool provided on the Recalls Honda page). Those who do not wish to contact a local dealer can contact the Honda Automobile Customer Service Recall Line as an alternative. Customers should note that the recall line is open Monday through Friday from 6 AM to 6 PM PT, Saturday from 7:30 AM to 4 PM PT, and Sunday from 6 AM to 2:30 PM PT.
Honda Automobile Customer Service Recall Line
- (888) 234-2138