Honda Pilot Recalls
Certain vehicles are being recalled because the driver and/or passenger airbag inflator may rupture upon deployment. Vehicle occupants could be struck by metal fragments resulting in personal injury.
When deployed in a crash, the passenger front air bag inflator can rupture. As a result, metal fragments from the inflator can strike occupants.
270 vehicles are being recalled because the engine could fail prematurely due to an internal component failure.
The Vehicle Stability Assist system may unexpectedly apply the brakes, causing the vehicle to slow without warning.
The driver's airbag may not have been assembled correctly and as a result, performance of the airbag could be affected.
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.
The low beam headlights may become inoperative due to a failed electrical connector at the headlight switch.
A fuel leak may develop from the fuel tank area due to a failed vent shut float (VSF) valve case.
The stitching that secures the end of the driver and front passenger lap belt may be incomplete or missing.
Some bolts that secure certain front suspension components may not be tightened properly. This can result in loss of steering, or excessive noise.