1. When a modern infotainment system freezes, it takes other important vehicle functions down with it.

    Honda has been sued for shipping a defective head unit that repeatedly disables the radio, backup camera, navigation, and other entertainment systems in the 2018-2019 Odyssey and 2019 Pilot.

    Now a lawsuit accuses Honda of concealing these known problems in more than 100,000 vehicles.

    keep reading article "Lawsuit Says Honda is Concealing Infotainment Bugs"
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    5th generation Odyssey comes with a lot of great features for parents. There’s a vacuum for cleaning up after the kid’s messes, built in WiFi to keep them busy, an intercom to keep them in line, and two power sliding doors that randomly open while driving to keep them glued to their seats.

    Ok, ok – turns out that last one isn’t a feature per se. In fact, Honda just recalled over 100,000 vans to stop those doors from opening.…

    keep reading article "A Fix On the Way For Odyssey Sliding Door Issues?"
  3. Honda is recalling 119 of their newest Insight, Odyssey and Ridgeline vehicles to replace damaged supplemental restraint system (SRS) control units.

    Honda says “any damage was caused during production and can cause failures of the side airbags, side curtain airbags, knee airbags and seat belt pretensioners.” The 2019 model year is off to a rough start.

    keep reading article "Damaged Circuit Boards Can Disable Airbags in Certain 2019 Honda Models"

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