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Honda recalls over 1.13 million cars due to Denso fuel pump glitch

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Would never consider a Honda for a car…but used to ride a 250XLS, a long time ago.

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I always like the 2011-14 Acura TSX Sport Wagon.

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I also have a bone to pick with the wording of the article. What the car's engine experiences is fuel starvation, causing it to stop running. The engine itself does not fail. It is the fuel pump that fails. Put a new pump in it and the engine will run just fine afterwards.

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