Sliding Doors on Some Honda Odyssey Minivans May Suddenly Open
Owners of Honda Odyssey should know about a recent recall of 107,000 Odyssey vehicles in the United States.
The power sliding doors on the 2018 and 2019 model years may not latch properly, allowing a door to potentially open while the vehicle is being driven.
At this time, there are no known injuries due to this problem.
Honda is offering to replace the both the left and right power sliding door rear latches at no cost to the customer.
There may be a limited number of repair kits available, but a dealer can disable the power sliding door feature temporarily until your vehicle is fully repaired. Most customers should have been notified in late-December 2018.
If you own a Honda Odyssey and would like to find out if it is under recall, click here.
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