Honda Recalls Over 100,000 Vehicles Due To Brake Failure

Honda has issued a recall of over 100,000 vehicles ranging from year models 2020 to 2023 due to brake issues.

The recall, which Honda reported to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on June 29, includes certain 2020-2021 Civic, 2020-2023 Ridgeline, 2021-2023 Passport, 2021-2022 Pilot, and 2020 Acura MDX vehicles. A total of 124,077 cars are potentially affected.

The issue lies in a loose fastener that connects the brake booster and the brake master cylinder. This could cause the brake master cylinder to separate from the booster assembly, possibly causing loss of brake function and risk of a crash.

Owners can have their cars inspected and repaired at dealerships free of charge. Letters notifying drivers will be mailed on August 7, 2023.

Owners may contact Honda customer service at 1-888-234-2138.

Author: Ethan Klein

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