Honda has voluntarily recalled more than 350,000 coupes and sedans. The 2016 Civic has a glitch in its electric braking system. It was discovered when several customers made warranty claims after their brake warning lights switched on. SEE MORE: Nestlé Recalls Drumsticks Due To Possible Listeria Contamination Faulty software can reportedly prevent the parking brake from being applied once the engine is off.
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Honda is recalling 350,083 of its new 2016 Civics because the electric parking brake may not engage
Honda is recalling 350,083 of its new 2016 Civics because the electric parking brake may not engage when the engine is turned off, leading to the possibility that the car could roll away and crash.
Until the car is fixed, make sure you set the parking brake before turning off the engine. Continue reading Honda recalls 350,000 Civics for faulty parking brakes Honda recalls 350,000 Civics for faulty parking brakes originally app...