The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration issued multiple recalls last week, including nearly 1.2 million Honda Odyssey, Pilot and Passport vehicles for a rearview camera issue that could increase the risk of a crash.
Car owners can check USA TODAY’s automotive recall database or search NHTSA’s database for new recalls. The NHTSA website also allows you to search for recalls based on your vehicle identification number, or VIN.
Here are the vehicle recalls published by the NHTSA from June 15 through June 23:
Honda recalls 1.2 million Odyssey, Pilot, Passport vehicles
Honda is recalling 1,198,280 vehicles due to a visibility issue with the vehicle’s rearview camera, according to the NHTSA.
In documents posted by the U.S. safety regulator, Honda said the rearview camera image may not appear on the dashboard screen in certain models. If that happens, regulators said, it can decrease driver visibility and increase the risk of a crash.
◾ 2018-2023 Honda Odyssey
◾ 2019-2023 Honda Passport
◾ 2019-2022 Honda Pilot
Honda recall:Nearly 1.2M vehicles recalled because of rear view camera issue
Volkswagen recalls 2023 Golf hatchbacks for strut issue
Volkswagen is recalling 59 of its 2023 Golf R A8 and Golf GTI vehicles because during strut assembly, an issue may have caused a deformation of the strut mount. If the strut mount is deformed, it can lead to improper torque on one of the bolted connections on the right or left suspension strut mounting, which can increase the risk of a crash without warning, the company said in an NHTSA safety report.
Based on vehicle driving tests, customers may not notice the issue, Volkswagen said. Dealers will inspect and replace the right and/or left suspension strut mountings, as necessary, free of charge. Owner notification letters are expected to be mailed on Aug. 18. Owners may contact Volkswagen’s customer service at 1-800-893-5298. Volkswagen’s number for this recall is 40T3.
◾ 2023 Volkswagen Golf R (9)
◾ 2023 Volkswagen GTI (52)
Volkswagen recalls ID.4 electric SUVs for rearview camera issue
Volkswagen is recalling four of its 2022 ID.4 SUVs because the replacement infotainment central control unit, or CCU, installed in the vehicle during a repair contains incorrect software that can cause the rearview camera image to be delayed or deactivated when reversing. This can reduce the driver’s rear visibility and increase the risk of a crash and injury to people outside the vehicle, the company said in a safety report filed with NHTSA.
Volkswagen dealers will update the software, free of charge. Owner notification letters are expected to be mailed on Aug. 18. Owners may contact Volkswagen’s customer service at 1-800-893-5298. Volkswagen’s number for this recall is 93S7.
◾ 2022 Volkswagen ID.4
Tesla recalls Model 3 sedans, Model Y SUVs for battery issue
Tesla is recalling 26 of its 2023 Model 3 and Model Y vehicles because the pyrotechnic battery disconnect may be defective. A defective battery disconnect may not isolate the vehicle’s high-voltage battery after a crash or fault detection, increasing the risk of electrical shock and injury, according to an NHTSA safety report.
Tesla will replace the pyrotechnic battery disconnect, free of charge. Owner notification letters are expected to be mailed on Aug. 15. Owners may contact Tesla customer service at 1-877-798-3752. Tesla’s number for this recall is SB-23-16-005.
◾ 2023 Tesla Model 3
◾ 2023 Tesla Model Y
Toyota recalls Camry, Camry Hybrid for potential loose lug nuts
Toyota is recalling 298 of its 2023 Camry and Camry Hybrid vehicles because the lug nuts that attach the wheels to the vehicle may be loose, causing wheels to detach, the automaker said in an NHTSA safety report.
- 2023 Toyota Camry
- 2023 Toyota Camry Hybrid
Toyota, which began notifying Camry owners through email, phone calls and first-class mail on June 15, 2023, advises owners not to drive their vehicles until the repair has been performed. Owners may contact Toyota’s customer service at 1-800-331-4331. Toyota’s number for this recall is 23TA05.
Mazda recalls CX-90 SUVs for steering and suspension bolt issue
Mazda is recalling 18 of its 2024 CX-90 SUVs because some steering and suspension bolts may be missing or improperly tightened, which can cause the steering intermediate shaft, the front anti-lock brake system wheel speed sensor harnesses, or the front upper control arms to detach, resulting in a loss of vehicle control and increases the risk of a crash, according to an NHTSA safety report.
Mazda expects to notify owners by mail on July 14. Dealers will inspect and tighten or replace the steering and suspension bolts, as necessary, free of charge. Owners may contact Mazda customer service at 1-800-222-5500 Option 6. Mazda’s number for this recall is 5923F.
◾ 2024 Mazda CX-90
Honda recalls Civic and Accord, Acura RDX and Integras for brake issue
Honda is recalling 386 of its 2023 Civic, Acura RDX, Acura Integra, and 2022 Honda Accord vehicles because a ball valve in the vehicle stability assist modulator may leak brake fluid. That can result in unintended vehicle movement when the brake hold feature is engaged and increases the risk of a crash or injury, Honda said in an NHTSA safety report.
Dealers will replace the vehicle stability assist modulator, free of charge. Honda expects to mail letters to vehicle owners on July 24. Owners may contact Honda customer service at 1-888-234-2138. Honda’s numbers for this recall are GEI, DEG, XEK, and OEJ.
◾ 2023 Acura Integra
◾ 2023 Acura RDX
◾ 2022 Honda Accord
◾ 2023 Honda Civic
Contributing: Natalie Neysa Alund, USA TODAY
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