Honda Accord Recall

Honda is recalling 353,000 Accord sedans because of corrosion in the windshield wiper motor that results from water leaking into the motor.

The water leaks can lead to an electrical circuit breaker failure inside the motor. When that happens, poof! No more windshield wiper. If it occurs in the middle of a rainstorm when you're on the highway, an accident can easily result.

Early reports conflict on what model years are covered by the recall, with some saying all Accords from 2003 on while others saying it's just the 2003 model year itself. Call your Honda dealer to be sure if your Accord is in, or out, of the recall.

This is an early consumer warning report. Further information will follow when federal safety investigators release it.

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