Honda recalls 410,000 Odyssey and Element models over brake problems |

Honda has just announced that all 2007-2008 model year Odyssey and Element vehicles will be recalled in April due to a potential problem with the Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA) system.

It seems that over a period of time, air can enter the VSA module and affect its performance. This in term influences how the brake pedal behaves, most often causing a slower response or a longer pedal travel.

344,000 Odyssey and 68,000 Element models are covered by the recall. Owners of these cars will receive a letter next month, detailing the steps required to get it fixed and how they can contact their local dealership. If these brake problems have already appeared, you shouldn’t wait anymore.

Source: Honda

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