Honda Motor Co Ltd. has announced a recall of more than 2.5 million cars due to a potential fuel pump issue. The recall affects the 2009-2011 Honda Fit, 2006-2011 Honda Civic, 2007-2011 Honda CRV, 2007-2011 Honda Element, 2009-2013 Acura TSX and 2008-2013 Acura TL vehicles. Honda said in a statement that the issue could cause fuel pumps to fail and the engine to stall while the vehicle is in motion, increasing the risk of an accident. The automaker has received 137 reports in the U.S. and seven in Canada related to the fuel pump issue, but there have been no reports of crashes or injuries associated with the problem. Customers of affected vehicles will soon receive notices from Honda and dealerships, who will replace the fuel pump and fuel filter free of charge. Those who have already paid to replace either part should contact Honda to recoup the cost. This is not the first time Honda has had to recall millions of vehicles for a fuel pump issue. In 2015, the company recalled 1.2 million cars with faulty fuel pumps. The current recall is the largest fuel pump recall by the automaker in recent years. Honda stressed that customers should immediately take their vehicles to a local dealership if they experience any of the warning signs that signify a failing fuel pump, such as an increase in fuel consumption or engine stalling. The automaker also pointed out that customers who take their vehicles in for service may be eligible for a complimentary loaner vehicle. The recall is the latest in a string of service bulletins issued by Honda in the past few months, with issues including a steering shaft issue in the Accord and a potential airbag deployment risk in the Odyssey. Honda Motor Co Ltd. has a long history of reliability and customer satisfaction, but it remains to be seen whether the automaker can live up to its reputation in light of these recent issues.