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Honda just sent me a safety recall letter informing me that 2003-2010 Honda Elements may suffer from a defect that could affect the safety of a person. THE REAR FRAME STIFFENER MAY BECOME EXCESSIVELY CORRODED OVER TIME. In extreme cases, the trailing arm might separate from the vehicule’s structure. A Honda dealer will install new support braces free-of-charge. If vehicule condition assessed as beyond repair, Honda will offer to purchase the vehicule according to market value plus a bonus.
Has anyone of you gone through this process? Being a safety recall, I fear the dealer might be tempted to aggravate the situation stating that the vehicule may no longer be driven on the streets and try to freeze it in place.
My Element is a 2007 EX manual.
- This topic was modified 2 years, 2 months ago by Major PLP.
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