Japanese automaker, Honda has issued a worldwide recall for about 1.4 million vehicles fitted with a defective fuel pump. The problem could cause a vehicle to stall during driving, the manufacturer said. Around 136,057 Honda and Acura vehicles are included in the U.S alone. Honda says it has received no reports of accidents or injuries as a result of the problem yet.Supplied by the company Denso, the fuel pumps were “exposed to production solvent drying for longer periods of time” during manufacturing, according to the NHTSA recall report. This could cause surface cracking and excessive fuel absorption and gradually causing the impeller to become deformed and fail. The fuel pumps on vehicles produced outside limited dates given on the report do not have the problem.