Honda Accord Recall

If you have owned a vehicle in the last 10 years, then you have most likely received a recall through the mail at some point. The Honda Accord is no different when it comes to a recall. We have put together a list of the majority of the Honda Accord Recalls up to this date for you. Your recalls can affect the way a vehicle performs or handles. A recall could also be a safety concern. Either way you want to always address any open recalls. Here is a list of all the recalls we could find on an Accord to date.

Honda Accord Powertrain Recalls

Some of the most searched for recalls are in regard to the Honda Powertrain. Below we have tried to break out all the different types of Honda Accord Powertrain Recalls. This should make it easier to see if your Honda Powertrain has any. If you are having problems with your Honda Powertrain and do not see a relevant recall, you can check to see if your covered under the Honda Powertrain Warranty.

  • Recall # 11V395000                           Date: 2011-08-03                   Recall: Honda is recalling certain 2005-2010 Accord and 2005-2008 Element Passenger Cars manufactured between July 2004 to September 2010. A broken outer race on the secondary shaft bearing results in an abnormal noise and switching on the malfunction indicator light.
  • Recall # 23V588000                                Date: 2023-08-16                   Recall: Honda is recalling certain 2023 CR-V Hybrid and Accord Hybrid models due to a manufacturing error on the electronic transmission, resulting in a power loss.

This concludes our Honda Accord Powertrain Recall list.

We hope this made it easier to find the Honda Accord Powertrain Recall you were looking for. If you are having issues with the powertrain and would like to get some feedback from someone that has had similar issues. I highly recommend the following Honda Accord Forum. Honda Accord Forum – This forum is a great tool and is also a strong pillar in the Accord community.

Here Is The List Of The Remaining Honda Accord Recalls By Date.  

  • Recall # 23V858000                                   Date: 2023-12-17                       Recall: Honda recalls certain Honda Accord models from 2018-2020, along with certain Civic Sedan, Civic Coupe, Civic Hatchback, Civic Type-R, Odyssey, Ridgeline, HR-V, CR-V, Acura ILX, 2019-2020 Honda Insight, Fit, 2020 Honda CR-V Hybrid, and 2017-2020 Honda Accord Hybrid, to name a few. The recall is due to a failure in the pump within the fuel tank.
  • Recall # 23V158000                                   Date: 2023-03-08                       Recall: Honda recalls 2018-2019 Honda Accord and Accord Hybrid vehicles, along with 2017-2020 CR-V, 2019 Insight, 2018-2020 Honda Odyssey, and 2019-2020 Honda Acura RDX. It is due to a manufacturing error that prevents the seat belt buckle from latching due to an interference with the release button.
  • Recall # 21V900000                                   Date: 2021-11-17                       Recall: Honda recalls the 2021 Accord Sedan and Accord Hybrid, along with a few other Honda vehicles, like the CR-V, Ridgeline, CR-V Hybrid, and the 2022 Insight. The recall is due to a faulty seat belt assembly in the second row, which can result in an unsecured child restraint. This error fails to meet the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard requirement on “Occupant Crash Protection.”
  • Recall # 21V215000                                   Date: 2021-03-24                       Recall: Honda recalls the Honda Accord and Honda Accord Hybrid, along with the 2019-2020 Acura MDX and MDX Sport Hybrid, Civic Hatchback and Civic Coupe, Civic Type-R, 2019 Acura ILX, Honda Fit, Honda Odyssey, Pilot, Ridgeline, 2018-2019 CRV, and Honda Pilot. The recall is due to a failure of the low-pressure fuel pump in the tank.
  • Recall # 20V798000                                   Date: 2020-12-16                       Recall: Honda recalls the Accord Hybrid, 2020 CR-V, and 2020-2021 Honda Insight vehicles. It is due to an electrical system error with the DC-DC converter malfunctioning, resulting in a loss of vehicle power.
  • Recall # 20V771000                                   Date: 2020-12-09                       Recall: Honda recalls the 2018-2020 Honda Accord Sedan and Accord Hybrid vehicles. A software error leads to a communication failure between the Body Control Module and other components. Thus, there is an error in various functions, like the exterior lighting, power window operation, windshield wipers, and more. With these parts malfunctioning, it does not comply with the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard, specifically the sections on “Rear Visibility” and “Windshield Defrosting and Defogging Systems.”
  • Recall # 19V502000                                  Date: 2019-06-27                       Recall: Honda recalls the 2008-2012 Honda Accord and the 2010-2011 Honda Accord Crosstour, along with certain Honda Acura TSX, TSX Sport Wagon, Honda Civic and Civic Hybrid, CR-V, Fit, Insight, and Pilot vehicles. These vehicles feature an inflator assembled as a recall replacement part, which is at risk of exploding from propellant degradation after prolonged high-humid exposure.
  • Recall # 19V378000                                  Date: 2019-05-16                       Recall: Honda recalls the 2008-2012 Honda Accord and the 2010-2011 Accord Crosstour vehicles, along with certain Civic, Civic Hybrid, Crosstour, CR-V, Fit, Insight, and Pilot vehicles due to an incorrectly installed front passenger air bag inflator.
  • Recall # 18V661000                                  Date: 2018-09-27                       Recall: Honda recalls the 2011-2012 Honda Accord and certain vehicle models, such as the CR-V, Insight, Acura, Wagon, Pilot, Civic, Fit, and other vehicles, due to the possibility of an inflator explosion on the air bags, which could release sharp fragments that are hazardous to the driver and its passengers.
  • Recall # 18V268000                                   Date: 2018-04-26                       Recall: Honda recalls 2003-2012 Honda Accord, 2010 Accord Crosstour, Honda Pilot, 2001-2011 Honda Civic, 2002-2011 Honda CR-V, Honda Fit, Honda Element, Honda Insight, Honda Odyssey, and Honda Ridgeline vehicles. There is an error in installing the front  passenger air bag.
  • Recall # 18V042000                                   Date: 2018-01-09                       Recall: Honda recalls the 2011-2013 Honda Accord, and other Honda models within the same manufacturing date, such as Acura TSX, Accord Crosstour, Insight, Fit, Pilot, 2011 Honda Civic, Civic Hybrid, and Fit EV Vehicles registered in certain US states, like Alabama, California, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Mississippi, South Carolina, Texas, Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, and the US Virgin Islands. The error is due to the possibility of an air bag inflator exploding that would release sharp fragments.
  • Recall # 17V545000                                   Date: 2017-08-31                       Recall: Honda recalls the 2008-2012 Honda Accord, 2012 Honda Accord Crosstour, 2006-2011 Honda Civic, 2007-2011 Honda CR-V, 2009-2023 Honda Pilot and Fit, and the 2010-2012 Honda Insight vehicles. One dealership inappropriately installed the replacement air bag inflators, resulting in an improper deployment of the air bags and risking injury.
  • Recall # 17V030000                                   Date: 2017-01-10                       Recall: Honda recalls the 2008-2012 Honda Accord, 2010-2012 Honda Accord Crosstour, and certain Acura TSX, Acura TSX Wagon, Acura ZDX, Insight, Fit, Pilot, CR-V, Civic, Civic Hybrid, and Civic NGV vehicles that were sold or registered in specified locations in the US and US Territories. The recall is due to an inflator rupture resulting in the potential release of metal fragments, making it a hazard to the drivers and passengers.
  • Recall # 16V346000                                   Date: 2016-05-24                       Recall: Honda recalls 2008-2011 Honda Accord, 2010-2011 Accord Crosstour and various Honda vehicles, including certain Acura, Civic, Insight, and Fit vehicles, specifically those sold and registered in specified US states and US Territories. The recall is due to an inflator rupture, risking injury or death.
  • Recall # 15V602000                                   Date: 2015-09-24                       Recall: Honda recalls the 2014-2015 Honda Accord Hybrid vehicles with  manufacturing date of August 2013 to May 2015. There is an electrical interference that caused the vehicle to go into the fail-safe mode, causing the gasoline engine to disable and limiting the vehicle speed to 40 mph. This system failure causes the vehicle to run on battery power alone, stalling it once the battery is exhausted.
  • Recall # 15V320000                                  Date: 2015-05-28                       Recall: Honda recalls the 2001-20117 Honda Accord, and certain Honda Civic, Civic GX, Civic Hybrid, CR-V, Element, Odyssey, Pilot, Ridgeline, Acura, Acura MDX, and Acura 3.2TL vehicles. The airbags for these vehicles are vulnerable to moisture intrusion, which could result in a ruptured inflator.
  • Recall # 14V700000                                  Date: 2014-11-04                       Recall: Honda recalls the 2003-2005 Honda Accord, and certain Honda Civic, Element, CR-V, Odyssey, Pilot, Civic Hybrid, Ridgeline, and Acura vehicles that were sold in high-humidity areas. These areas include but are not limited to the following: American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands, and certain US states like Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina, and Texas. Excessive internal pressure resulted in a ruptured passenger-side frontal airbag upon deployment.
  • Recall # 14V353000                                  Date: 2014-06-20                       Recall: Honda recalls the 2003-2005 Honda Accord and Civic, CR-V, Element, Acura MDX, Odyssey, and Acura RL, or any vehicles sold or registered in US states and territories, like Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina, Texas, Puerto, and the US Virgin Islands. There is an issue with the passenger front side air bag that is vulnerable to a rupture due to an excessive internal pressure, especially the Takata-brand air bags.
  • Recall # 11V004000                                  Date: 2011-01-06                       Recall: Honda recalls the 2010 Honda Accord and certain CR-V vehicles due to an engine wiring failure, which risks the vehicle to stalling or the engine sparking.
  • Recall # 10V402000                                  Date: 2010-09-08                       Recall: Honda recalls the 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour vehicles due to an error in the front passenger air bag assembly. This error did not meet the manufacturer specifications, resulting to an improper deployment, risking it to injury.
  • Recall # 09E063000                                  Date: 2009-11-09                       Recall: Honda recalls the aftermarket full nose masks manufacture from August to December 2007. This recall is due to an interference of the nose mask material that prevents the hood latch from closing properly, which risks the hood to pop open while the vehicle is moving.
  • Recall # 07E031000                                  Date: 2007-05-11                       Recall: Honda recalls vehicles with the Maxzone Headlight Assemblies, an aftermarket equipment. There is a production error resulting in distorted bezels affecting the luminosity of the turn signal lights. It fails to comply with the Vehicle Safety Standard requirements on lamps and reflective devices.
  • Recall # 07V097000                                   07E031000                                  Date: 2007-03-13                       Recall: This Honda recall applies to vehicles with breakage in the coil wire within the fuel pump. Due to the loss of power in the fuel pump, it prevents the vehicle engine from starting.
  • Recall # 06V270000                                  Date: 2006-07-25                       Recall: The instruction manual for the affected vehicles contained the wrong contact information for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Vehicle Safety Hotline.


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Will A Recall Effect Your Accord Warranty

Most recalls are continually honored by your dealership. The dealer will generally just want to perform the recall and get you on your way. Will a recall effect your Honda warranty? To answer this, a recall will not affect your warranty or the ability of you getting a warranty. If you would like to know more about a Honda Extended Warranty, please visit our main site.

Get An Instant Honda Warranty Quote

Your Honda Accord may qualify for an extended warranty. Don’t wait until it’s too late. Visit our site and get an instant Honda Warranty Quote. You can also call 855-730-1290 and let one of our Warranty Specialists help find the right warranty for you.

Honda Accord Extended Warranty Options

Here we will go over your Honda Accord Extended Warranty Options. The high dollar powertrain should be your main concern. Mopar Powertrain Plus will take care of this at a really fair price. If you are looking for a little better coverage and are ok excluding some of the smaller items, you should consider the Mopar Added Care Plus. If you want to pay the little extra and know that most everything is covered, you want to go with the Mopar Maximum Care. All of these plans have a large list of components that are covered. To help with questions you can find printable brochures below.

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