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Honda Recall 2010:Accord, Civic & Element Models 2003-2004
Honda Recall 2010 : Accord, Civic & Element Models 2003-2004-For the third time in seven years, Honda Motor Co. is recalling vehicles from its' Accord and Civic.
Honda announced Monday the recall of 314000 Accord, Civic and Element vehicles for problems related to the ignition mechanism that could allow the cars to roll away. Honda has expanded a previously announced recall of certain 2001 and ...
Honda Recall Covers Cars in US and Canada Due to Ignition Switch ...
Honda Recall Covers Cars in US and Canada Due to Ignition Switch Issue - Another set of recall is currently being implemented by Japanese car manufacturer.
Recall Alert: 384220 Honda Vehicles - KickingTires
In April of 2004, Honda issued a recall on the automatic transmissions of Honda Accords, Odysseys, Pilots and Acura 3.2CL and 3.2TL models. According to Honda's own press release, "this condition may lead to gear breakage and possible ...
Honda Announces Recall
Honda says it needs to recall over 380,000 of its vehicles due to a concern over rollaways.
Honda Recalls 383,000 Vehicles
Honda Motor Co. has announced that it would recall 383,000 vehicles sold in the U.S. in order to fix a faulty ignition system that is turning the engine off without being placed in park.
Honda to recall 384,000 vehicles over roll-away issues
Washington -- Honda Motor Co. is recalling 384,000 vehicles over concerns that the ignition interlock could fail, allowing vehicles to roll away. It's the Japanese automaker's third recall to address the issue in recent years.
Honda to Recall Nearly 400,000 Cars
Honda Motor Co. said it would recall nearly 400,000 cars sold in the United States due to an ignition problem that could cause cars to roll away. Honda said 197,000 model year 2003 Accord and 117,000 model year 2003 Civic vehicles were involved in the recall.
Honda to recall 428,000 vehicles in N. America
Honda Motor Co said on Monday it was recalling more than 428,000 vehicles in the United States and Canada because of a defect that could cause the cars to roll away if they are parked incorrectly.