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Honda Recalling 43,200 Acura RL Sedans

December 20, 2007

WASHINGTON,D.C. --- The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced that Honda Motor Co. is recalling 43,200 Acura RL sedans in the U.S. to replace a power steering hose that runs the risk of cracking from engine heat and posing a fire hazard.The recall affects 2005-2008 models. Honda has already begun contacting the affected vehicle owners.A cracked hose can release a volatile fluid onto a hot catalytic converter, which can possibly cause a fire. Honda dealers will install a heat-resistant hose to replace the faulty one.
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