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Master Geek


# 215353 23-Jun-2017 18:48
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Long time ago I owned a 2004 honda accord, was with Honda wellington on service now like at least 3 years after I sold my honda, I'm keep getting recall letters on airbags, I changed phone and don't have the guys number anymore but want to just ask why don't honda get current owner info from nzta?
My father's toyota got the recall letter send to him even he is not servicing with toyota.

I don't know maybe honda does..... I really hope so


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Master Geek


  # 1806932 26-Jun-2017 13:03
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Yeah same thing's happened to me. 

 

I've got my Honda safety recall letters sent to me constantly even AFTER the recall was completed and airbags replaced. 

 

You just need to call into Honda and tell them to get you off their list. 

 

Different Honda branches don't communicate with each other. I was previously from Honda North Shore and moved to Honda Newmarket.

 

My recall was done in Newmarket, but I believe the North Shore branch is the one that keeps sending the letters. 

 

I don't get them anymore so that should be all good. 


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