What are Recalls?

With an auto recall, the manufacturer will issue a document to an owner if the model has a problem. Typically, these are issues with the car model that are safety-related and don't comply with a federal safety standard. When a recall happens, the automaker will alert owners what happened, providing them with details on the recall and how to fix that.

The recall letter will typically have the defect listed with a description and any risks that the recall poses to you and your passengers. It could be something small that just needs to be replaced, which will usually just mean taking your car to the closest dealership. In addition, you may search through product recalls if you're not sure that your vehicle is on a list.

You also don't have to pay for any recall repairs if your car is on the list. You can get help with any product recall at Barbour-Hendrick Honda Greenville.



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