KF3 – Noncompliance Recall: 2017 CR-V Certification Label – 2017 Honda CR-V

NHTSA Campaign Number: 17V256
Manufacturer Honda (American Honda Motor Co.)
Components EQUIPMENT
Potential Number of Units Affected 1,425

 

Incorrect Certification Label/Part 567

If the label information can be wiped away, the operator may not be able to refer to the information, possibly resulting in the vehicle being overloaded, which can increase the risk of a crash.

 

Summary

Honda (American Honda Motor Co.) is recalling certain 2017 CR-V and Acura RDX vehicles.

The Certification Labels on the affected vehicles were printed with ink that may be inadvertently wiped away with an alcohol solvent.

As such, these vehicles fail to comply with the requirements of 49 CFR Part 567, “Certification.”

 

Remedy

Honda and Acura will notify owners, and dealers will replace the Certification Label, free of charge.

The recall is planned to begin May 22, 2017.

Owners may contact Honda customer service at 1-888-234-2138.

Honda’s numbers for this recall are KF3 (CR-V)and KF4 (RDX).

 

Notes

Owners may also contact the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Vehicle Safety Hotline at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY 1-800-424-9153), or go to www.safercar.gov.

 

Check if your Honda has a Recall

 

A17-027
April 19, 2017
06292 Version 1

 

Noncompliance Recall: 2017 CR-V Certification Label

 

AFFECTED VEHICLES

Year Model Trim VIN Range
2017 CR-V ALL Check the iN VIN status for eligibility

 

BACKGROUND

On certain 2017 CR-V vehicles built between April 3rd thru April 11th 2017, the ink on the certification label may rub off when wiping the label with alcohol, gasoline, kerosene, engine oil, window cleaner, or wax. This would cause the vehicle to be noncompliant with Title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations, Part 567, “Certification.”

 

CUSTOMER NOTIFICATION

Owners of affected vehicles will be sent a notification of this campaign.

Do an iN VIN status inquiry to make sure the vehicle is shown as eligible.

Some vehicles affected by this campaign may be in your new or used vehicle inventory. These vehicles must be repaired before they are sold.

Should your dealership sell an unrepaired vehicle that subsequently causes injury or damage because of the recalled item, the dealership will be solely responsible to the damaged party and will be required to defend and indemnify American Honda for any resulting claims. To see if a vehicle in inventory is affected by this recall, do a VIN status inquiry before selling it.

 

CORRECTIVE ACTION

Replace the certification label.

 

PARTS INFORMATION

Your service manager was sent the replacement certification label to update all affected vehicles in your new and assigned vehicle inventory.

 

WARRANTY CLAIM INFORMATION

Operation Number Description Flat Rate Time Defect Code Symptom Code Template ID Failed Part Number
8150A2 Remove and replace the certification label. 0.2 hr 6AD00 KF300 17-027A 42762-TLA-A01

 

REPAIR PROCEDURE

Label Information

Replacement labels have been shipped to your service manager directly from the factory. Once received, the labels should be reviewed against your vehicle inventory or against the vehicles assigned soon to arrive.

If a label is lost or damaged, the DPSM must be notified immediately for support of reprint from the factory. Any unused labels found must be returned to the DPSM.

  1. Open the driver’s door, and locate the certification label.

certification label

 

  1. Confirm the VIN number on the dashboard matches the VIN number on the new certification label. Also, make sure the VIN number and manufacture date on the new label matches the old label.

Confirm the VIN number on the dashboard matches the VIN number on the new certification label

 

  1. Use a plastic tool to remove the label. Be careful not to scratch or damage the paint.

NOTE: Applying heat with a heat gun may make the label easier to remove.

Use a plastic tool to remove the label

 

  1. After the label is removed, using isopropyl alcohol on a lint free cloth, thoroughly clean the area where the new label will be attached. Make sure there is no residue from the old label, and allow the alcohol to dry.

using isopropyl alcohol on a lint free cloth, thoroughly clean the area where the new label will be attached

 

  1. Apply the new certification label 10 mm below the striker. Make sure the label is applied in the same orientation as the removed label.

NOTE: Make sure the label is properly applied to the body, and make sure there are no wrinkles, tears, or bubbles on the new label.

Apply the new certification label 10 mm below the striker

 

  1. As a secondary confirmation, have another person confirm the VIN number on the new certification label with the VIN number on the dashboard.

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