Honda Odyssey Recalled Due to Faulty Sliding Doors
Honda Odyssey owners listen up.
According to CBS Albany News 6, Honda has placed a recall on over 100,000 Odyssey vehicles. The cause for the recall is sliding doors that may open while the vehicles are driving.
Documents that were filed with the NHTSA earlier this month state that the power sliding doors may have trouble latching. CBS is reporting that "All current-generation Odysseys are part of the recall for a total of 107,774 affected units from the 2018 and 2019 model years."
Honda will be notifying owners some time before December 20th. Dealerships will be "replace both sliding door rear latch assemblies for free" and if the parts are not ready or in stock when Odyssey drivers go to the dealership they will "offer the option to disable the power door."
Not only is the Honda Odyssey being recalled for their faulty sliding doors, they are under another recall regarding break components. The Odyssey is "subject to gas bubbles in the brake caliper pistons, which may reduce braking performance."