How To Claim Honda Battery Warranty

Warranty Claims How To Claim Honda Battery Warranty

File a Honda Battery Warranty Claim In a Flash

Honda Motor Company is a Japanese manufacturer of vehicles, power equipment, robots, and aircraft. It’s one of the biggest motorcycle and internal combustion engine producers in the world.  

Honda car batteries last from two to five years on average. If you’d like to make sure your Honda battery works perfectly, you might want to consider taking the Honda battery warranty.

What Does Honda Battery Warranty Cover?

Here’s what the 100-month warranty on a Honda battery covers:


  • Free-of-charge replacement at a Honda service center for the first 36 months
  • Replacement credit depending on the battery’s age and the then-current retail price for the remaining 64 months

If there’s a problem with your battery, you can make a Honda battery warranty claim. 

Can DoNotPay Help You File a Honda Battery Warranty Claim?

Yes, we can! With DoNotPay, you can claim the Honda battery warranty in a couple of steps. You should start the process by:

  1. Going to DoNotPay in your web browser
  2. Selecting the Claim Warranty feature
  3. Choosing Car Warranty 
  4. Selecting a Honda battery warranty, entering the warranty details, and explaining your problems 
  5. Confirming by clicking on the Submit My Claim button

DoNotPay now files your Honda battery warranty claim automatically, and you will hear from a Honda customer service representative concerning your claim.

DoNotPay makes the whole process simple and easy. Even if you don’t have your Honda battery warranty details, DoNotPay will generate an argument according to implied warranty laws.

Would You Like To Claim Honda Battery Warranty Yourself?

If you’d like to file your Honda battery warranty on your own, you can do it by:

  1. Visiting a Honda dealership
  2. Calling Honda
  3. Emailing Honda
  4. Scheduling a service

Pay a Visit to Your Honda Dealership

If the battery management system generates a notification that you should change or replace your battery, you can drive your vehicle to a Honda dealership. You can locate a Honda dealership by:

  1. Entering your ZIP code, city, or state
  2. Selecting a suitable dealer
  3. Taking your car to the indicated address

Phone the Honda Customer Service or a Dealership

A Honda dealership’s phone number is listed in the dealership list you’ve selected in the previous step. 

You can contact Honda customer service by dialing (800) 999-1009 during their business hours, i.e., Monday–Friday, 6 a.m.–5 p.m. (PT). 

Send a Message

Another way of getting in touch with Honda customer service is by sending them an email via their online form. You should:

  1. Select the topic and subtopic from the drop-down menu
  2. Enter your contact information
  3. Describe the problem you’re having with your battery
  4. Confirm you’re not a robot
  5. Click on the Submit button 

Schedule Your Visit 

If you’re not willing to leave your car at the dealership’s service for a long time, you might want to schedule your service first. You can do that using the scheduling service option and by:

  1. Entering the make, year, and model of your Honda
  2. Clicking the Schedule next available button 
  3. Filling in the required information regarding the service, transportation, and the appointment
Can You Claim Your Warranty Via Yes/No
DoNotPay Yes
In Person Yes
Phone Yes
Letter No
Email Yes
Company Website Yes

What if Your Honda Battery Warranty Is Denied? DoNotPay Comes to the Rescue! 

DoNotPay can help you if your Honda battery warranty claim gets rejected. You should follow these simple steps:

  1. Open DoNotPay in your web browser
  2. Select the Claim Warranty feature
  3. Choose Appeal a Denied Warranty Claim
  4. Select Honda
  5. Enter details about the rejected warranty claim

DoNotPay now files your appeal automatically. When it’s processed, a Honda customer service representative will get in touch with you.

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