Honda Odyssey Recall, Honda Pilot Recall

Honda Odyssey Recalled for Air Bag Failure Risk
Honda announced a massive 3/4 million vehicle recall on January 18, 2013 of Pilot and Odyssey late model vehicles because of a driver side airbag problem.

All the details are not out yet but some driver side airbags reportedly may have been installed without some rivets which hold the plastic cover securely and that could result in airbag failure - it might not be triggered when a crash occurs.

Honda says 748,000 Pilot and Odysseys vehicles sold in the US are subject to the recall and 29,000 more in Canada, covering model years 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013 Pilots and Odyssey minivans from model years 2011, 2012, and 2013.

Honda Pilot Recalled for Air Bag Danger
Do you own one of these potentially deadly defect lemono Honda Pilot or Honda Odyssey vehicles?

2009 Honda Pilot
2010 Honda Pilot
2011 Honda Pilot
2012 Honda Pilot
2013 Honda Pilot

2011 Honda Odyssey
2012 Honda Odyssey
2013 Honda Odyssey

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