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I would like to bring the issues I am currently facing with my New Honda WR-V car. KA 03 NA 3553 I purchased a new HONDA WRV, which was delivered to me at my address by the General Manager and the Sales Executive from a dealer in  Bangalore on 4 May 2017. The issue was first raised with Honda on 17 May 2017. ISSUE: THE CAR WAS SUPPLIED TO ME WITH SULFURIC ACID IN THE WASHER WATER TANK. DANGERS: The ACID had a potential to cause blindness and skin injury to anyone who would have come into contact when washing fluid was sprayed to wipe the windshield. a. if any child was peeping out of the sunroof as this HONDA car is fitted with sunroof b. any two-wheeler passing by along the side of the car would hurt the eyes and cause accidents c. any pedestrian passing by the side of the car when wiper fluid was sprayed would have blinded one's sight. d. it could have created visibility problems to the driver himself causing accidents. Why am I bringing this to your attention? It was not failure of a mechanical part or machinery in the car or a bad product (would be a case for consumer court)? it was a potential danger to the unsuspecting owner/driver and some kind of ticking bomb placed into the car causing danger to the general public. My Contention. The Honda company the and the dealer who supplied the car is responsible for putting this into the hands of unsuspecting customer, such a dangerous liquid in the washer compartment which could have caused irrevocable damage to people?s eyes and health. It is situation of culpable negligence causing great harm to the general public and till today no one in the Honda company want to own up and responsibility and pass the onus on to the customer.. HISTORY: I took a drive to Bellary and remember to have used the wiper just once. When I reached home I noted dark spots on the entire car and could not figure out what could have happened. Later at KM 834, as I intended to take along journey, I presented the car at Honda Bellary on 17 May 2017 for a 1000 km free check up and I specifically mentioned about this. Since neither the service engineer  figured out what could have happened, it was assumed by both of us that it could be some black tar spill from the road construction en route. After driving for another 4000 kms, (KM5224), my car wiper jets were not working, I presented the vehicle to the service center again 5 June 2016, for second free service. After an hour or so, I received a call from the service engineer  explaining to me the following giving me the following details. 1. It was found the wiper jets were not working. 2. It was found both wiper motor/pump not working 3. It was found there was a kind of acid spillage in the engine compartment 4. When the water tank of the wiper was inspected it was figured out that the contents was acid and not water and so the wiper motors, pumps and supply hose were fully damaged. 5. The contents of the water container which is said to be acid is saved for investigation. 6. The body paint of the car fully damaged with spots an

Fr. Paulraj
On: Nov 25, 2017 | 2295 Views
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