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(Source: Honda News)In December 2014, Acura issued recall notices on some RLX models in the U.S. to replace both headlight assemblies due to an issue with the reflective film backing material inside the headlights.
In October, Acura issued a recall for both front seat belts needing to be replaced in some RLX & MDX models.
Acura vehicles were recalled in June as part of the major Takata airbag recall that has affected millions of vehicles nationwide.
Acura currently has recalls open for airbags manufactured by Takata. Vehicles first sold or registered in high humidity areas such as Alabama, California, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina, Texas, Puerto Rico, or the U.S. Virgin Islands are part of the recall as high humidity has been identified as one of the problems for some Takata airbag installations.
These models are some of the ones that are affected:
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