All Car Recalls
Honda has recalled 644 vehicles because they may have been built with a bolt missing from the interior trim on either side of the windshield. If the side air bags were to deploy, front seat occupants could be injured by the loose trim piece.
There is a label on the door jam of all cars that describes what tire sizes and air pressure levels the vehicle needs. There is a second label that certifies that the vehicle conforms to proper United States Motor Vehicle standards. There is a third label that identifies various components used in manufacturing the vehicle. On some vehicles, these labels are missing. Each car is legally required to have all these labels affixed to them. If the car does not have these labels, there is a risk that improper vehicle handling and wear could occur.
In the event of a crash, the driver's seat belt may not hold, increasing the risk of injury.
In the event of a crash, the passenger air bag may not deploy as expected, increasing the risk of injury.
The heart of the brake system is the master cylinder. This is where the brake pedal ultimately connects to and distributes forced fluid to each wheel to stop of the vehicle. On some vehicles, brake fluid may leak from the master cylinder and eventually cause a warning light to come on. If left unchecked, braking operation may be compromised.
2204 vehicles may have an incorrect tire and loading information label. The gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) is insufficient for the load carrying capacity of the vehicle.
At low fuel levels, the engine may stall without warning, increasing the risk of a crash.
The heart of the steering system is the steering gear. This gear has a cover on it that may come loose due to a loose fastener. If this occurs, steering control may be lost.
In states where salt is used on the roads, there may be a delay in air bag deployment during a crash. If air bag deployment is delayed in a crash, the driver or passenger could be injured.
Four vehicles delivered to Puerto Rico without the panoramic roof option are affected. Due to the design of the headliner inside the interior, front seat occupants may not have proper protection in a crash.
A fuel leak may develop during extreme driving conditions, increasing the risk of a fire.