All Car Recalls
The module that controls the operation of the engine may have been improperly manufactured. This can result in various operational issues, including the check engine warning light coming on, harsh transmission shifting, engine stalling or failing to start.
In the event of severe impact to the front wheels, a snap ring on the steering shaft could become disengaged. If this occurs, over time the steering shaft may become disconnected, resulting in loss of steering control and increasing the risk of a crash.
The seat belt buckles in your car have a small explosive device within them. In a collision, an explosion occurs at each front buckle, which causes the buckle to pull at the seat belt in order to secure the passenger from injury. Near your seat belt buckles is some sound insulation. This insulation could ignite on fire if the pretensioner activates.
Airbag and inflator may injure passenger in the event of a crash.
There is a trim shield on the sides of the second row seat. If the seat is folded flat and is then returned to the upright position, the safety belt buckle could get hung up on that trim shield. This might affect the ability of the seat belt to be buckled, increasing the risk of injury to the occupant.
There are interior trim pieces that are to the left and right of the windshield. This trim may have been manufactured with a fastener that keeps the side curtain air bag from deploying properly in a collision.
The tire pressure information on the tire and loading label on the door frame may contain incorrect information about the maximum inflation pressure. Also, the tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) software may be calibrated incorrectly. This does not conform to the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard.
Honda has recalled 585 models because the shift lever may not select the correct gear. Improper gear selection can increase the risk of a crash.