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Honda recalls Odyssey minivans after reports of injuries linked to seats


(NEW YORK) — Honda has recalled about 800,000 Odyssey minivans in the U.S. over reports of injuries linked to the vehicle’s second row seats.

The seats may tip forward when the Odyssey brakes if not properly latched after an adjustment or a reinstallment, according to Honda.

The automaker said at least 46 people reported minor injuries related to the issue, affecting Odyssey minivans from 2011 to 2017.

“Honda is currently investigating the appropriate repairs to help ensure proper latching and will notify owners when that free repair is available,” Honda said in a statement.

Odyssey owners can click here for Honda’s detailed instructions on proper second row seat latching or learn more about the recall here.

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