TOKYO, March 22 (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co. , Japan's second-biggest auto maker, said on Thursday it would recall more than 390,000 vehicles in Japan due to faulty components in the fuel pump and oil feed pipe. Honda said it would also fix the hydraulic pump in more than 290,000 Odyssey and Elysion models, boosting the total cost of repair to about 5 billion yen ($43 million). Honda said the defect in the fuel pump could cause the engine to stop and fail to restart, although no accidents ...
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