The brakes may unexpectedly become harder to apply, requiring additional force on the brake pedal to slow and stop the vehicle.
During sub-freezing temperatures, it may be possible to move the shifter from the park position without stepping on the brake pedal.
Vehicle currently registered or first sold in states where corrosive materials are used to de-ice the roads are being recalled because the engine may stall without warning.
The Vehicle Stability Assist system may unexpectedly apply the brakes, causing the vehicle to slow without warning.
Vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission are being recalled because in some cases, the key can be removed from the ignition lock when the transmission is not in park.
One or both of the front doors may not properly latch in the fully closed position due to a problem with the cable connecting the inside door handle and the latch mechanism. A door that is not properly latched may open unexpectedly.
A power steering fluid hose may develop a leak. Leaking fluid can drip onto the catalytic converter resulting in smoke and possibly an under-hood fire.
A fuel leak may develop from the fuel tank area due to a failed vent shut float (VSF) valve case.
Defective airbag inflators may have been installed in 2,430 vehicles as replacement parts. In the event of a crash, these defective inflators could deploy incorrectly and rupture, increasing the risk of injury to vehicle occupants. Honda will be contacting owners of suspect vehicles.
Vehicles may lose braking ability due to fluid loss. In most cases, the brake warning light will illuminate, but it may not. Loss of braking ability can increase the risk of a crash.