Acura MDX Recall, Honda Odyssey Recall, Honda Pilot Recall; Transmission Danger

Vehicle Make / Model:   Model Year(s):
     ACURA MDX   2003-2006
     HONDA ODYSSEY   2003-2004
     HONDA PILOT   2003-2004
Manufacturer: Honda (American Honda Motor Co.)Report Receipt Date: DEC 11, 2012
NHTSA CAMPAIGN ID Number: 12V573000NHTSA Action Number: PE12026
Potential Number of Units Affected: 807,161
  Honda is recalling certain model year 2003 and 2004 Pilot and Odyssey and 2003 through 2006 Acura MDX passenger vehicles manufactured from November 26, 2001, through August 30, 2006. The interlock lever of the ignition switch may deform, which can allow the interlock function of a vehicle with an automatic transmission to be defeated.
  Removal of the ignition key when the gear selector of a vehicle with an automatic transmission has not been shifted to the park position can allow the vehicle to roll away, increasing the risk of a crash.
Acura MDX Recalled for Transmission - Crash Danger

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