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Recall question: Honda igniter module

Does anyone know if there is a recall out on Honda igniter modules? (the igniter module that is in/near the distributor). If so, what years/models does this recall apply to? I recently had the igniter module replaced in my stalled 1983 Civic wagon by my local Honda dealership. They charged me for the service. Someone told me that his 1989 Honda had the same problem, and he said the igniter module was a recall item, and he had his module replaced for free by his dealership. Is there such a recall? If so, does the recall involve my 1983 Civic wagon? Thanks in advance. I would appreciate a prompt response, as I haven't payed the credit-card bill yet! :-) Phil Is there a recall on the ignitor for the 98 Honda Accord

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The 98 Honda Accord does not show a recall for the ignitor..there is one for the ignition switch.......maybe he got those confused....As for the 83 i was unable to locate any recall records for it :(
hope this helps.......Good luck!

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