About 25,000 2006 Honda Civic sedans manufactured from June through October have been recalled over pedals that were improperly installed and can result in an accident. The installation error leads to a loose pedal that causes the throttle to stick, thus potentially causing a crash. Most of the vehicles have not yet been sold, and it was in fact a dealer who caught the problem and reported it to Honda, not a consumer. Owners of affected vehicles are being contacted and told to take the car into their dealerships, where it will be fixed free of charge.
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