Honda Passport 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 Passport is no different when it comes to a recall. We have put together a list of the majority of the Honda Passport 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 a Passport to date.
Honda Passport 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 Passport 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.
There are currently no Honda Passport Powertrain Recalls. 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 Passport Forum. Honda Passport Forum – This forum is a great tool and is also a strong pillar in the Passport community.
Here Is The List Of The Remaining Honda Passport Recalls By Date.
- Recall # 23V858000 Date: 2023-12-17 Recall: Honda recalls the 2019-2020 Honda Passport vehicles and certain Honda Accord, Civic, Civic Sedan, Civic Hatchback, Civic Type R, CR-V, HR-V, Aculra, Odyssey, Insight, and Fit vehicles. The recall is due to an error on the fuel pump within the fuel tank, which makes it prone to failure.
- Recall # 23V458000 Date: 2023-06-28 Recall: Honda recalls the 2021-2023 Honda Passport and certain Honda Civic, Ridgeline, Pilot, and Acura MDX vehicles. The recall is due to an improper assembly of the tie rod fastener linking the brake booster and brake master cylinder. The manufacturing error risks the brake master cylinder separating from the booster assembly, which can risk it from losing its brake function.
- Recall # 23V431000 Date: 2023-06-14 Recall: Honda recalls the 2019-2023 Honda Passport vehicles and certain Honda Odyssey and Pilot vehicles. The recall is due to a faulty Media Oriented Systems Transport communication coaxial cable connector, causing the rearview camera image not to display. Therefore, it does not comply with the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard on “Rear Visibility.”
- Recall # 23V174000 Date: 2023-03-15 Recall: Honda recalls the 2020-2022 Honda Passport vehicles and certain Pilot, Ridgeline, and Odyssey vehicles. The recall is due to the improper bonding of the heating pads behind the side-view mirrors. This error risks the mirror glass to detach, which means non-compliance with the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard on “Rear Visibility.”
- Recall # 21V932000 Date: 2021-11-28 Recall: Honda recalls the 2019 Honda Passport vehicles and certain Honda Pilot and Ridgeline vehicles. The recall is due to a damaged hood latch striker, risking it separating from the hood. There is a possibility that the hood will open involuntarily while driving.
- Recall # 21V215000 Date: 2021-03-24 Recall: Honda recalls the 2019 Honda Passport vehicles, and certain Acura, Accord, Civic, Insight, Fit, HR-V, Odyssey, Pilot, CR-V, and Ridgeline. The recall is due to a failed low-pressure fuel pump within the fuel tank.
- Recall # 21V165000 Date: 2021-03-10 Recall: Honda recalls the 2019-2020 Honda Passport and Pilot vehicles, particularly those with Continental tires. These vehicles had tires that had been treated for an extended period during the tire production.
- Recall # 20V440000 Date: 2020-07-27 Recall: Honda recalls the 2019-2020 Honda Passport, and certain Pilot and Odyssey vehicles. These vehicles were equipped with incorrect central network software programming, resulting in errors in displaying the rearview camera image. This error resulted in a non-compliance with the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard on “Rearview Mirrors.”
- Recall # 20V439000 Date: 2020-07-27 Recall: Honda recalls the 2019-2020 Honda Passport, 2018-2020 Honda Odyssey, and the 2019-2021 Honda Pilot vehicles due to an incorrect instrument panel control module software. As a result, the instrument panel is unable to display critical information, such as gear selector position and speedometer. This error also disables the proper display of the rearview camera image. These errors violate the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard requirements on “Control and Dispays” and “Rearview Mirrors.”
- Recall # 20V067000 Date: 2020-02-05 Recall: Honda recalls the 2020 Honda Passport and Pilot vehicles. These vehicles had a certification label that contained incorrect information on the Gross Axle Weight Rating and Gross Vehicle Weight Rating.
- Recall # 19V784000 Date: 2019-10-30 Recall: Honda recalls the 2019 Honda Passport and 2019-2020 Honda Pilot vehicles. These vehicles had welding issues with the unibody, specifically the front frame left and right side. These issues lead to non-compliance with the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard requirements on “Occupant Crash Protection” and “Windshield Zone Intrusion.”
Will A Recall Effect Your Passport 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 Passport 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 Passport Extended Warranty Options
Here we will go over your Honda Passport 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.