HONDA WIRING LAWSUIT
Honda's Soy-Based Wiring Covers Irresistible to Rodents
Jan 26, 2016Environmentally friendly car wiring with a soy-based coating is too tempting for rodents to resist, according to a federal class-action lawsuit that demands Honda pick up the tab for the damageAuthor: Lucy Bayly
Honda Wiring Lawsuit Claims Soy Attracts Animals
Mar 14, 2018A Honda wiring lawsuit alleges animals damage vital systems by chewing and eating the wires. The proposed class-action lawsuit includes all consumers in Illinois who in the past four years
Honda Wiring Lawsuit Over Rodent Damage Dismissed
Jun 04, 2018A Honda wiring lawsuit has been dismissed after the plaintiffs failed to convince the judge that Honda should pay for repairs to wiring that was chewed by rodents.
Honda: Lawsuit Filed Over Soy Based Wiring Harnesses
Honda’s use of a soy-based wiring has caused many Honda owners to form a class-action lawsuit against the company due to mice and other rodents chewing through wiring harnesses. If you told a
Lawsuit Claims Rodents Attracted to Honda’s Soy-Based Wiring
Jan 09, 2018American Honda Motor Company, Inc. is facing a proposed class action lawsuit that claims the company should be required to repair damage resulting from rodents or other animals chewing the soy-based insulation on its vehicles’ electrical wiring.
Does your car have soy based wiring? - How to Prevent Rats
Jan 14, 2018Does your car have soy based wiring? In order to help determine, there are class action lawsuits that were recently filed against Honda, Toyota, KIA, and Hyundai. Here is a list of each class action lawsuit (including some links to more information): Albert Heber vs. Toyota Motor Sales, USA, Inc.
The Illinois-Based Soy Wiring Lawsuit Has Already Been
Jun 05, 2018The Illinois-Based Soy Wiring Lawsuit Has Already Been Dismissed June 5, 2018. Well, that didn’t take long. A soy wiring lawsuit filed a few months ago has been dismissed by a judge. While the case tried to assert that Honda’s “rodent tape” was an admission of a problem with their soy-based wire coating attracting rodents, the judge saw it as an act of good customer service.
Rabbits Eating Honda Soy Casings Class Action Alleges
Jan 22, 2016Santa Clara, CA: Honda Motor Co is facing a defective automotive class action lawsuit alleging it' "environmentally friendly"soy casings it has begun installing in its newer vehicles attract creatures such as rabbits and rats, which are chewing through the wires.Reviews: 64
Rodents Chew Soy Wiring - Honda Problems
Dec 10, 2016A lawsuit says the soy-coated, environmentally friendly electrical wiring that Honda has been using is irresistible to rabbits, mice, and other rodents. Soy vey. The lead plaintiff says his 2014 CrossTour’s wiring had been used as a chew toy. When he brought his car in for service, the mechanic found a rabbit living in the engine compartment.