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1998 Honda Passport Recalls

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Most Recent 1998 Honda Passport Recall

On September 22, 2010, Honda recalled 149,992 Honda Passport. Isuzu is recalling certain model year 1998-2002 isuzu rodeo and model year 2002 isuzu axiom vehicles, and honda is recalling certain 1998-2002 honda passport vehicles, that were originally sold, or are currently registered, in the states of maine, new hampshire, vermont, massachusetts, rhode island, connecticut, new york, new jersey, pennsylvania, delaware, maryland, the district of columbia, west virginia, ohio, indiana, michigan, illinois, wisconsin, minnesota, iowa, missouri, and kentucky. vehicles that have experienced sustained exposure to highly corrosive materials used in some jurisdictions for road deicing purposes may experience excessive corrosion in the vicinity of the forward mounting point bracket for the left or right rear suspension lower link prior to the time that such corrosion would normally be expected.
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1998 Honda Passport Recall Details

RepairPal Expert Overview on September 22, 2010

In states where deicing material is used for road surfaces, corrosion can build up on the rear suspension components, and cause a lower link bracket to break. This can cause adverse handling and result in loss of vehicle control.

Isuzu and Honda notified owners of affected vehicles starting in December 2010. You can check with your dealer to see if your vehicle is involved in this program. It is helpful to have your VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) on hand when you contact them.

Summary on March 31, 2000
Vehicle description: sport utility vehicles. paint was applied unevenly on the rear axles, resulting in insufficient paint hardness. should this occur on the surface that contacts the rear axle lower link bracket bolt head and/or nut, the nut may loosen.
Summary on August 24, 1998
Vehicle description: sport utility vehicles. a ground connection terminal was not properly crimped in the supplier's engine wiring harness manufacturing line. this improper crimping process can leave an impression on the terminal that will eventually cause a stress fracture. s
Summary on August 20, 1998
Vehicle description: sport utility vehicles. a ground connection terminal was not properly crimped in the supplier's engine wiring harness manufacturing line. this improper crimping process can leave an impression on the terminal that will eventually cause a stress fracture. s
Summary on
Vehicle description: multi-purpose passenger vehicles equipped with a driver's side optional equipment rubber floor mat. repeated movement of the driver's feet and actuation of the accelerator pedal can result in a shifting of the mat's position. this shifting can cause an interference with the accelerator pedal.