According to a recent report issued by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, a recent recall that was issued by Honda covers 625,762 cars manufactured by the company.
A power steering hose certain vehicles were equipped with along some connectors can fail after being exposed to heat. This could cause hydraulic fluid to leak, which could then lead to a fire.
Owners of the recalled cars are now being alerted and, according to the federal agency, a new heat resistant power steering hose will be placed in these vehicles at no charge. GM has recently recalled 40,859 cars over similar issues.
For more on the recalled Honda cars, read the full article here:
Honda recalling 625762 Accord & Acura TL models