Main| Contact Us| BP Claims| Site Map
Ask Attorney Logo Call Ask Attorney
Home | Accidents | Diseases | Drugs & Devices | Medical Malpractice | Products Liability | Other | Pollutants |
Accidents > Honda CRV Fires

Oil dripping onto the exhaust system caused fires that destroyed at least 27 Honda CR-V SUVs from the 2003 and 2004 model years, according to an investigation conducted by the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration. All of the incidents have occurred shortly after the models' first oil change.

Although no injuries have been reported, most of the cars were destroyed by the fires. Many had logged under 10,000 miles. Honda has yet to determine why the fires are only occurring in the 2003 and 2004 CR-V models. Over 140,000 CR-Vs were sold in 2003.

If your CR-V has been damaged or you have suffered injuries due to an oil filter fire, contact us today by calling 1-800-913-6370 or by using the form to the right.

Free Case Review

Honda CRV Fires
  15 Passenger Van Rollover |   Airplane Accidents |   ATV Accidents & Rollovers |   Boat Accidents |   Boat Propeller Accidents |   Bus Accidents |   Car Accidents |   Car Recall |   Construction Accidents |   Cruise Ship Injuries |   Defective Car Seatbacks |   Firestone Steeltex Tires |   Firestone Tires |   Ford Explorer Rollover |   Ford F-150 |   Ford Focus |   Ford Ranger |   Ford Recall |   Honda CRV Fires |   Jeep Uncontrollable Reverse |   Jones Act |   Ladder Accidents |   LHWCA Maritime Law |   Maritime Law |   Mitsubishi Montero Rollover |   Railroad Accidents |   Scaffolding Accidents |   Spinal Cord Injury |   SUV Rollovers |   Toyota Recall |   Train Accidents |   Traumatic Brain Injury |   Water Injury | Call Now (800) 780-2686

Home| Accidents| Diseases| Drugs & Devices| Medical Malpractice| Products Liability| Other| Pollutants| Conatct Us | Site Map