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    • 3/31/2020
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    • 20200228-E3620-1958777
    Incident Description: On June 1, 2016 the above vehicle [UTV] was purchased at the [redacted] At the time of purchase it was noted an unusual amount of heat emanating from an area between and behind the driver/passenger seat The mileage et this 1me was 12 miles. On or about June ... (More)
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    (3/27/2020) American Honda takes matters such as these seriously and appreciates the opportunity to address our customer’s unfortunate experience with his 2016 Honda Pioneer 1000. American Honda is thankful that no one was injured in the incident. Based on an internal ... (More)
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    • 9/18/2019
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    • 20190820-2F65D-2147379156
    Incident Description: While charging the battery GigaByke Groove 48V 14Ah Silicone Battery I noticed that it was becoming extremely hot, so I disconnected the charger and let it cool. I then attempted to charge it again from another outlet and the same situation occurred. I ... (More)
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