Honda recalls vehicles in UAE over brake issues
In the UAE, Auto giant Honda has started a recall of some vehicles because of the issues over breaking mechanisms.
It is the limited number of Honda Odysseys - model years 2007 and 2008 - which are subject to a service campaign, explained local distributor Trading Enterprises to by the Japanese car manufacturer.
The campaign would deal with a subject of air entering the Vehicle Stability Actuator (VSA) modulator, resulting in a soft brake feel.
The recollect is limited to 245 cars - 112 from the '07 model and 133 from the '08 model.
On Tuesday, Mark Kass, managing director of Trading Enterprises, Honda, said in a statement, "Trading Enterprises has already initiated procedures to contact the owners of the affected units and will invite them to bring their vehicle to our service centres to complete the approved repair."
In the beginning of this month, Nissan informed via a statement that in the Middle East, 32,147 vehicles were potentially affected by fuel gauge inexactness and faulty brake pedal pins affected another 15,670.
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