2019-2022 Honda Civic, CR-V, Accord, and Acura Oil Dilution/Fuel Injector Failure Investigation

Migliaccio & Rathod LLP is currently investigating the 2019-2022 Honda CR-V, Civic, Accord, and Acura models for exhibiting oil dilution/fuel injector issues. Particularly, owners report that gasoline mixes with engine oil, raising the vehicle’s oil level and lowering its lubricating function. Owners report that, despite receiving a software update designed to address the issue, oil dilution persists. For some, the cabin smells of gasoline, others lose acceleration, while others experience disruption to core vehicle functions, including steering ability. This defect puts Honda and Acura owners at risk of experiencing premature engine wear, and at risk of accident because owners have reported loss of acceleration while driving. Multiple owners report that Honda dealerships acknowledged this was an issue on the 2017-2018 model years, but believed it had been addressed for the 2019 model year. Honda has not issued a recall to address oil dilution/fuel injector failure.

Has your 2019-2022 Honda CR-V, Accord, or Civic experienced oil dilution or fuel injector failure?

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