Honda Recalls 1990 Civic DX and LX Sedans with Auto Transmissions for Park Lock Issue
Drive Train, September 10, 1990
RepairPal Expert Overview
Honda has recalled certain 1990 Civic DX and LX sedans equipped with automatic transmissions due to a concern with the park lock mechanism. Because of an improperly machined internal shaft in the transmission, the park pawl mechanism may not fully engage. This could result in a vehicle that rolls when it is expected to be in "Park," causing a possible crash or personal injury. Dealers will install an improved park pawl shaft.
Manufacturer's Report Date:
September 10, 1990
NHTSA CAMPAIGN ID Number:
NHTSA Action Number:
POWER TRAIN:AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
Potential Number of Units Affected:
DUE TO AN IMPROPERLY MACHINED INTERNAL SHAFT IN THE TRANSMISSION, THE PAWL MECHANISIM MAY NOT FULLY ENGAGE WHEN TRANSMISSION IS IN THE PARK POSITION.
VEHICLE COULD ROLL WHILE THE TRANSMISSION IS IN THE PARKPOSITION AND A CRASH COULD RESULT.
INSTALL AN IMPROVED PARKING PAWL SHAFT.
SYSTEM: TRANSMISSION; PARK PAWL.VEHICLE DESCRIPTION: DX AND LX SEDANS WITH AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS.
Recall data provided by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration