Honda is recalling 2018 to 2020 Odyssey minivans due fire risk.
The company says this recall affects 241,000 vehicles on the road.
The problem is in a potentially faulty power outlet that may short circuit and cause a fire.
Honda is aware of three fires but has no knowledge of related injuries. The recall is expected to begin in mid-March.
Honda dealers will inspect and repair or replace faulty wiring free of charge.
For more information, consumers can go to Honda’s recall page or call 888-234-2138.
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