Yes Honda has extender the infotainment system warranty to 5 years/ 60k miles. And I think the class action lawsuit has been settled.This happened to me over the weekend. Audio was crackly and garbled. I thought it was my blue tooth but nope, FM had the problem too. Restarting the engine didn't make a difference either. It has since gone away. I noticed that on the TSB it says the normal warranty applies so I assume that after the 3/36 the TSB won't apply. I have HondaCare but I'm unsure if it will be covered after the 3/36 expires. I had an Accord that had a problem for which there was a TSB but it was past the 3/36 and Honda Care would not cover it. I guess now I have to go to the dealer and play the "could not duplicate" game. Maybe I'm getting ahead of myself but if they don't fix this before the 3/36 is up, the Passport will be going on the chopping block.
Now I'm reading car complaints and see this has been extended to 5/60 and there is a class action?
Honda crackling and popping speakers have caused a class action lawsuit that alleges these vehicles suffer from speaker noise even if the sound systems are turned off.www.carcomplaints.com
Back in August, 2020, Honda issued Service Bulletin TSB 20-058 Display Audio Failure, with it's 'FIX' for the popping & crackling speakers, and no sound from audio, and network lost faults. Reviewing feedback on this forum it appears this TSB solved almost all those specific issues. That TSB...
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