A new report calls out Toyota, FCA, VW, and Mitsubishi for continuing to sell new vehicles in the US that have defective Takata airbags.
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About 4.5 million of the affected vehicles are Hondas.
While carrying out the Takata airbag inflator recall, Honda discovered that certain 2004-07 Accords were fitted with South American-spec front passenger airbag modules, so it's replacing them with US-approved units.
Honda will recall the 2016 Civic 2.0 because the piston wrist pin circlip might be missing or incorrectly installed. The problem can cause the engine to seize.
Honda will recall the 2008-2010 Accord sedan because moisture can corrode the supplemental restraint system electronic control unit. This could cause the airbags not to deploy in an accident.
Honda and Acura will recall over 2 million models in the US to give them new driver side airbag inflators.
Only 580,000 Continental airbag-equipped vehicles have been officially recalled, making it extremely likely that additional brands will be impacted.
Honda has a stop sale and impending recall of the 2016 Civic with the 2.0-liter four-cylinder because of an issue that could cause engine failure or damage.
Honda will recall over 22,000 examples of its 750cc Shadow motorcycles to replace the bank angle sensor.
Internal Takata documents reveal that from 2000 to 2010, US engineers raised concerns about altered data from airbag inflator tests.
Honda is recalling over 25,000 units of the 2015-16 Fit LX sans sunroof over an incorrectly manufactured rear grab handle that could rupture the side curtain airbag. The issue affects less than one third of Fits from these model years.
Takata has been fined $70M by the US Department of Transportation, and Honda drops and publicly denounces the airbag supplier. Autoblog's Adam Morath reports on this edition of Autoblog Minute.
Honda is recalling more than 35,000 examples of the 2016 Pilot in the US because warning lights might not immediately illuminate if a safety system malfunctions.
Honda issued a recall for the 2016 CR-V to replace driver-side front airbag modules after an inflator exploded while testing at the Takata plant in Mexico.
Honda is recalling 303,904 Accords in the US because the software calibration can make their side airbags deploy too easily. The company has 19 allegations of injuries from the issue.