• 2006 Honda S2000.
  • 2006 Honda S2000.
  • 2006 Honda S2000.
  • 2006 Honda S2000.
  • 2006 Honda S2000.
  • 2006 Honda S2000.
  • 2006 Honda S2000.
  • 2006 Honda S2000.
  • 2006 Honda S2000.
  • 2006 Honda S2000.
  • 2006 Honda S2000.
  • 2006 Honda S2000.
  • 2006 Honda S2000.
  • 2006 Honda S2000.
  • 2006 Honda S2000.
  • 2006 Honda S2000.
Honda has announced a recall that affects two of our favorite, dearly departed cars from the brand's portfolio: the S2000 roadster and Acura RSX coupe. A total of 5,239 S2000 models from the 2006 and 2007 model years are affected by this problem, as are 13,113 2006 Acura RSX models.

"A production error may have allowed brake booster components to be produced outside of the original specifications, potentially causing decreased brake assistance over time, which could increase the risk of a crash," American Honda said in a press release. Thus, dealerships will inspect and, if necessary, replace the brake booster setups in these vehicles, free of charge.

No crashes or injuries have been reported in relation to this brake problem. Honda says the problem was discovered during warranty claim analysis.

The recall will officially kick of in July, and owners will be notified by mail of this problem. Scroll down to read Honda's official statement.
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Statement by American Honda Regarding Brake Booster Recall: 2006-2007 Honda S2000 and 2006 Acura RSX

06/12/2013 - TORRANCE, Calif.

- 18,352 total Honda and Acura vehicles are being recalled in the United States

- No crashes or injuries have been reported related to this issue

- Customer notification will begin in mid-July

American Honda will voluntarily recall 5,239 Honda S2000 vehicles from the 2006-2007 model years and 13,113 Acura RSX vehicles from the 2006 model year in the U.S. to inspect and, if needed, replace the brake booster in these vehicles. A production error may have allowed brake booster components to be produced outside of the original specifications, potentially causing decreased brake assistance over time, which could increase the risk of a crash. No crashes or injuries have been reported related to this issue, which was discovered through warranty claim analysis.

Honda is announcing this recall to encourage owners of all affected vehicles to take their vehicles to an authorized dealer as soon as they receive notification of this recall from American Honda. Mailed notification will be sent to customers in mid-July 2013. In addition to contacting customers by mail, at that time, owners of vehicles from the affected model years will be able to determine if their vehicles require repair by visiting www.recalls.honda.com and www.recalls.acura.com or by calling (800) 999-1009 for Honda owners or (800) 382-2238 for Acura owners, and selecting option 4.


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