Investigators checking switch in Honda CR-V
Federal regulators have begun an investigation of a potential
electrical defect in the Ohio-made Honda CR-V after three drivers
reported a burning or melting power-window switch.
The investigation covers certain 2006 vehicles. About 150,000 have
the switch. Investigations by the National Highway Traffic Safety
Administration often lead to recalls.
The CR-V, a compact sport-utility vehicle, is assembled in East
Chuck Schifsky, a Honda spokesman, said the investigation has just
begun and the company is cooperating with the government.