Honda (American Honda Motor Co.) – Air Bag May Deploy Unintentionally During a Crash

Honda (American Honda Motor Co.) is recalling certain 2020-2022 Pilot, Accord, Civic sedan, HR-V, Odyssey, 2020 Civic coupe, Fit, 2021-2022 Civic hatchback, 2021 Civic Type R, Insight, 2020-2021 CR-V, CR-V Hybrid, Passport, Ridgeline, Accord Hybrid, 2020 Acura MDX, 2022 Acura MDX, 2020-2022 Acura RDX, and 2020-2021 Acura TLX vehicles. The front passenger seat weight sensor may crack and short circuit, failing to suppress the air bag as intended.

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Report Received Date 20240201
NHTSA ID 24V064000
Consequence Summary An air bag that deploys unintentionally during a crash can increase the risk of injury.
Corrective Action Dealers will replace the seat weight sensors, free of charge. Owner notification letters are expected to be mailed March 18, 2024. Owners may contact Honda customer service at 1-888-234-2138. Honda's numbers for these recalls are XHP and VHQ.
Recall Code XHP, VHQ
Potentially Affected 750114
Fire Risk When Parked No
Do Not Drive No
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