I was starting to get a bit concerned about the auto industry, seeing as we've gone almost two weeks without announcing a safety recall. But now the drought has been broken by a somewhat unlikely source. Honda will be recalling approximately 85,000 Odyssey minivans from the 2005 model year due to a sealing defect with the front-mounted crash sensors. Water can enter the parts, causing delayed triggering of the airbags during a frontal collision. That, my friends, is a pretty major problem, so if you own one of the affected vehicles, please get in contact with your local Honda dealer.
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