Honda Recalls Information
Last Updated: May 26, 2015
Our Company puts high priority on the safety and quality of our products.
This site provides current recall information about your Honda vehicle.
This website provides recall information announced in the past 15 years; older recalls
are not included.
Airbag Recall Expansion
On May 19, Takata announced an expansion of the number of vehicles affected by an airbag inflator defect. The defect exists in certain airbag inflators installed in U.S. vehicles manufactured by 11 automakers, including Honda.
Honda is currently reviewing the new information and developing an updated list of affected vehicles for the VIN lookup on this website. As a result, we ask that you check this website again in a few days for an updated list of vehicles.
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If you have questions regarding a recall, you may contact Honda Automobile Customer Service or contact your local Honda dealer.
Find your nearest Honda dealer.
(800) 999-1009, Option 4, toll free Monday through Friday
6:00 AM to 5:00 PM Pacific
Vehicle Safety Hotline
(888) 327-4236 toll free
Benefits of entering VIN
The most effective way to determine whether your vehicle is subject to a safety recall and has not yet been repaired is to enter your 17 character VIN.
VIN search results will return safety recalls specific to your vehicle that have not yet been completed.
Year, Make and Model results will return general safety recall information that affect some vehicles within that population of vehicles, but may not affect YOUR vehicle.
It is recommended that you input your VIN.
Where can I find my VIN?
Every vehicle has a unique 17-character Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) that contains information about that vehicle.
You can find your VIN:
On your vehicle's registration.
On your insurance statement or proof-of-insurance card.
On your financial services statement.
On your automobile, at the base of the windshield, on the driver's side.
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