Honda America is recalling certain 2017-2018 Honda Civic and CR-V vehicles. The magnet that controls the torque sensor output signal for the electronic power steering system may not be properly secured, allowing the magnet to become dislodged.
Honda has recalled certain model year 2016 Pilot 2WD vehicles manufactured May 4, 2015, to Sept. 8, 2015, and Pilot 4WD vehicles made May 7, 2015, to Sept. 4, 2015.
Honda announced a recall for certain 2015-2017 Accord models built from March 2014 to September 2017, equipped with a 3.5L V6 engine.
This bulletin applies to 2013-2016 Honda Accord vehicles. When driving under steady cruise between 30 and 65 mph or during light acceleration, if the engine intermittently rattles or runs rough with the MIL blinking, the probable reason is sticking VCM (Variable Cylinder Management) rocker arms, since these conditions are likely to activate VCM operation.
This bulletin applies to 2017 Accord L4, and 2017-2018 CR-V and Civic models. A vehicle with relatively low miles may have a hard-to-pinpoint engine knock.
This bulletin applies to 2013-2016 Honda Accord V6 vehicles. While driving under steady cruise between 30 mph and 65 mph, or during light acceleration, the engine may intermittently rattle or run rough, accompanied by a blinking MIL.
Honda recalled certain 2016 Pilot 2WD and 4WD vehicles for fuel tanks that were manufactured with insufficient welds which may separate and allow a fuel leak.
Honda has recalled certain 2017-2018 Honda Civic and CR-V vehicles. The magnet that controls the torque sensor output signal for the electronic power steering system may not be properly secured, allowing the magnet to become dislodged.
This bulletin applies to 2017 Honda Accord models equipped with a 2.4L engine. While running an all-DTC check with the i-HDS, P0562 may be found, but with no apparent symptoms and the MIL not illuminated.
Honda is recalling certain 2011-2017 Odyssey vehicles. The second row outboard seats can slide sideways to one of two positions. If a seat is placed between either of the two positions when attaching the seat to the floor, the seat will not latch properly to the seat striker, allowing the seat to tip forward unexpectedly during braking.
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