Honda Motor Co.'s USA unit said on Wednesday it is recalling 118,000 new US crossovers following reports of three injuries tied to unexpected airbag deployments. A total of 19,000 Korean CR-Vs are also affected by the recall, Reuters reported. In a manufacturing defect that Honda has spotted and corrected on the production line, rough metal edges, or burrs, can cause the harnesses to short-circuit.
To fix the issue, Honda says that the vehicles' steering wheel wire harnesses and supplemental restraint system cable reels will need to be replaced.
Honda has replaced more than 21 million defective Takata air bags after at least 14 people in the USA were killed when the inflators exploded in the vehicles.
In a statement, Honda said that signs of a damaged wiring harness include malfunctioning steering wheel control buttons, unexpected horn sounding, or an airbag warning light.
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Owners of some brand-new Honda CR-V models have driver's-side airbags that can deploy without warning or not deploy in a crash, according to the automaker and filings with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
Questions about the recall can be directed to American Honda Customer Support and Campaign Center at 1-888-234-2138. Honda's number for the recall is R4S.
Honda also said that it was recalling 19,000 U.S. vehicles that may have had Takata inflator replacement kits that were improperly installed before May 2018.