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Honda Canada recalls more than 107,000 vehicle with possible airbag problem


 

MARKHAM, Ont. – Honda Canada says it will voluntarily recall more than 107,000 vehicles because of a potential problem with the front passenger side airbag inflator.

The automaker says inflators in affected vehicles may deploy with too much pressure, which may cause the inflator to rupture and cause possible injuries.

Honda says it knows of one crash attributed to the airbag problem, but it is not aware of any injuries or deaths related to this issue.

The recall covers almost 81,000 Honda Civics and about 11,000 Acura 1.7 EL vehicles from the 2001-2003 model years, 6,140 CR-V vehicles from the 2002-2003 model years and almost 10,000 Odysseys from the 2002 model year.

Honda says owners of all affected vehicles are encouraged to take their vehicles to an authorized dealer as soon as they receive a recall notification, which will be mailed out starting in late May.


 
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Honda Canada recalls more than 107,000 vehicle with possible airbag problem

  1. Honda quality is a MYTH!! It may have been a good company at one time, but not anymore. After recently purchasing a $37,000 Accord my life has been plagued with problems. This is the worst car I have ever owned!! I am sooooo sorry I ever entered a Honda dealership!! Their service and customer service is horrible. My $19,000 2008 Hyundai Sonata was twice as good as the Honda- that’s why Honda is loosing market share. Check it out… recall after recall, hidden warranty problems etc. I HATE MY HONDA!!!! Gary

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