The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said on its website that it has opened a preliminary investigation into 288,000 Honda CR-V units after receiving complaints that the headlights stopped working.
The NHTSA said that the investigation covers 288,000 2002-04 Honda CR-Vs after it received 12 complaints from consumers that said both low-beam headlights stopped working simultaneously.
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“Several of the complainants report the headlight switch and its wiring harness connector required replacement to repair the low beam headlight circuit. It was also reported the switch and connector had become damaged by overheating/melting,” NHTSA said in its statement.
– By: Omar Rana
Source: Detroit News