Acura RLX Vehicles with Potential Steering Issue Recalled
Honda is recalling approximately 7,380 model year 2014 Acura RLX vehicles manufactured from August 7, 2012 through November 5, 2013.
On the affected RLX vehicles, the bolts that attach the rear lower control arms to the sub-frame of the vehicle may have loosened during transport to dealerships.
Loose rear lower control arm bolts may reduce steering ability, increasing the risk of a crash.
The owners of all recalled Acura RLX vehicles will be notified by Honda, and local dealers will replace the rear suspension lower control arm bolts. This service will be performed free of charge.
To find out more about this recall, contact Honda toll-free at 800-999-1009. Honda's campaign ID number for this recall is JD0.
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