Honda Recalls 1.5 Million Accords, CR-Vs and Elements to Reprogram Transmission Software

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Honda is recalling about 1.5 million vehicles to make a software change to reduce the chance of automatic transmissions being damaged, the automaker told the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
In a letter dated Wednesday, Honda told the safety agency that the affected vehicles were the 2005-10 Accord equipped with the 4-cylinder engine, the 2007–10 CR-V and the 2005–8 Element.

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