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Honda CRV – Door Lock Actuator Failure – Class Action Lawsuit

Practice: Consumer Protection
Phase: Current

On January 18, 2013, Chimicles & Tikellis filed a proposed class action lawsuit in the District of New Jersey against Honda North America, Inc., American Honda Motor Co., Inc. and Honda Motor Company, Ltd. (collectively “Honda”) for alleged premature door lock actuator failure in model years 2007-2011 Honda CR-V vehicles.  The complaint alleges that these models may contain a defect predisposing the door locks to not lock and/or not unlock electronically as a result of failed electronic door lock actuators. This problem may result in safety issues and expensive repairs to fix the door locking mechanism.  This may also render some doors on the vehicles to become non-operational (i.e. unable to be unlocked and opened) from the exterior.

WSBTV’s Jim Strickland reports on one woman’s experience with the malfunctioning locks

WPRI-12 published this report, featuring another documented case of the malfunctioning locks:

 

If you have experienced door locking and/or unlocking problems due to a faulty door lock actuator in your Honda (or Acura) vehicle then please use the “Email us about this Case” button, below, to contact the us.

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Attorneys for this case:

Joseph G. Sauder
Matthew D. Schelkopf

361 West Lancaster Avenue, Haverford, PA 19041 | Phone: 610-642-8500
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