Honda Recalling 180,000 Pilot and Acura Vehicles
Honda is recalling 180,000 vehicles in the US for a brake issue.
Honda has announced it is recalling 180,000 vehicles in the US, according to a report in CNN Money. The vehicles are being recalled for "a problem that could cause the car to brake when the driver isn't pressing the brake pedal."
The 2005 model years of the Honda Pilot, and Acura RL sedans, and the 2006 model year of the Acrura MDX SUVs.
According to the Honda press release on the recall, "If an electrical capacitor on the VSA control unit was damaged during manufacture, the VSA system could malfunction and apply a small amount of brake force for a fraction of a second, without any input by the driver."
Correction: The Honda Odyssey is not being recalled in US markets, but is being recalled in international markets.