Honda Odyssey recall affects nearly 24,889 model-year 2014 Honda Odyssey minivans. The Japanese automaker conducts this recall due to an airbag failure issue. According to the automaker, a shorting terminal may have been damaged during the manufacturing process. This component is used to prevent deployment of the airbag before it is assembled into the car. If the shorting terminal is damaged, this may prevent the side curtain airbag from deploying during a collision, increasing the risk of injuries and fatalities.
According to the automaker, no crashes or injuries resulted due to the defect. The automaker has started notifying affected owners from May 16. Dealers will inspect the affected minivans and replace the shorting coupler free of charge. Owners with questions may contact Honda at 800-999-1009 for more information about Honda Odyssey recall.
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