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Acura ZDX:

Honda Motor Co. will recall 1,850 Acura brand ZDX cars because front passenger-side airbags may fail to deploy. Some 2010 models lack the necessary laser-cut scoring under the dashboard to let the airbags inflate properly, Honda said.
Honda’s U.S. unit said it will notify owners of affected vehicles this month by mail.

 

Odyssey:

Honda has issued a recall on 344,000 Odyssey minivans and 68,000 Element small SUVs from the 2007-2008 model years due to a number of complaints that the brake pedals felt “soft.” Honda says the pedals must be pressed closer to the floor for the vehicle to stop, and the condition slowly increases over time.

The problem occurs because a part in the vehicle’s stability control system can let in a small amount of air and affect the braking system. This will not occur in all vehicles, but Honda is encouraging all owners to bring their vehicle in to the dealer for inspection. Customer notification will begin at the end of April.

 

Fit:

 

Honda has initiated a voluntary recall of more than 141,000 Honda Fit subcompacts, along with another half-million Fits sold in other countries. The recall was prompted by a fire hazard.

Recalled cars will either get a new master power window switch on the drivers' side or have the switch fitted with a waterproof skirt. The company says there have been seven reported cases of the switch melting when coming in contact with water, two causing a fire to break out.

 

Pilot, Civic, Acura:

Honda is recalling certain model year 2001-2002 Honda Accord and Civic, model year 2002 CR-V and Odyssey, model year 2002-2003 3.2TL and one vehicle for model year 2003 Honda Pilot, Civic and Acura 3.2CL passenger vehicles. The driver's airbag inflator could produce excessive internal pressure. If an affected airbag deploys, the increased internal pressure may cause the inflator to rupture. Metal fragments could pass through the airbag cushion material possibly causing injury or fatality to vehicle occupants. Dealers will replace the airbag inflator free of charge. The safety recall began on February 26, 2010Honda Airbag recall

 

Accord:

Honda Motor Co. is recalling 353,000 Accord
sedans over possible corrosion in the windshield wiper motor.
Honda said Wednesday the recall involves Accords from the 2003
model year. The automaker says water could enter an area near the
windshield wiper motor and cause corrosion.
The corrosion could cause the electrical circuit breaker inside
the motor area to fail and could prevent the motor from working,
potentially leading to a crash.
No injuries or crashes have been attributed to the wiper
problem.
Dealers will inspect the windshield wiper motor and install a
cover over the motor if no signs of corrosion are present. If there
is corrosion, they will replace the motor

 

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