Honda recalls more than 31,000 cars in India for check on brake part
Published on May 5, 2014 10:51 PM
MUMBAI (REUTERS) - Honda Motor Co's Indian unit is recalling 31,226 "Brio" hatchback and "Amaze" compact cars to check for a possible fault in the brake system.
The company said it was recalling the cars manufactured between Feb 28, 2013 until Jan 16, 2014, to inspect possible mis-assembly of the proportioning valve which adjusts brake distribution pressure to the wheels.
A total of 15,623 Brios and 15,603 Amaze cars will be recalled, the company said in a statement.
The company will voluntarily replace the proportioning valve in these cars, if required, it said, adding that no complaint related to this part has been reported.
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