Exactly 130,617 Honda CR-Vs are being recalled by Honda because of a pretty major airbag defect. It's apparently possible for an offending bag of air to inflate improperly, at a rate which does not match the intensity of a collision. In the event of a serious accident this would be quite bad. 2002-2004 model years are affected, with the specific cause being noted as faulty wiring. Dealers will begin repairs later this month, so if you have a CR-V, don't crash it just yet.
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