Honda is recalling nearly 900,000 minivans for a defect that could increase fire risk.
The recall includes some Honda Odysseys of model years 2005 through 2010.
The automaker said it expects replacement parts won't be available until the summer.
However, it can provide customers a temporary repair in the meantime.
In a filing with The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Honda said it knows of no fires or injuries from the issue.
Honda plans to notify customers in the coming weeks.
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