Honda (HMC) has issued a recall of more than 628,000 vehicles due to fuel pump issues.

The automaker said the fuel pumps in the affected vehicles may have defective impellers, which could, over time, result in a loss of engine power or cause the vehicle to stall, increasing the risk of a crash.

The recall affects 2018 to 2020 Honda and Acura models in the U.S., including the Honda Accord, Accord Hybrid, Civic Coupe and Si Coupe, Civic Hatchback, Civic Sedan and Si Sedan, Civic Type R, CR-V, Fit, HR-V, Insight, Odyssey, Passport, Pilot, and Ridgeline, and the Acura ILX, MDX, MDX Hybrid, RDX, and TLX.

Honda said it will begin notifying affected Honda and Acura owners in late-May about the recall, where they will be directed to take their vehicle to an authorized dealer for repairs.

Owners can determine if their specific vehicle has been recalled on the company’s recall sites or or by calling the company at 1-888-234-2138, Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. PDT.

Honda said it has not received any reports of accidents or injuries related to the recall.

Shares of Honda were trading at $30.35 as of premarket hours on Wednesday, up 2 cents or 0.07%.

Honda Recall A woman passes before Japanese auto giant Honda Motor's vehicles at the company's showroom in Tokyo on Oct. 28, 2014. Photo: Getty Images/Yoshikazu TSUNO