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Honda Recall P52: Honda/Rear Wheel Speed Sensors
2005 Honda Odyssey
The driver could experience a loss of brake force and a crash could occur.
Service Brakes, Air — Antilock — Wheel Speed Sensor
- On certain minivans, the anti-lock brake system (ABS) uses a sensor on each wheel to detect wheel speed. Some sensors on the rear wheels were installed incorrectly, which means the sensor may report the wrong wheel speed to the ABS control unit.
- Dealers will inspect the rear wheel speed sensors. If an incorrect gap is detected, the sensor will be removed and the knuckle checked for cross threading damage. If damage is found, the knuckle will be replaced. If no damage is found, the sensor will be reinstalled correctly. The recall began on November 12, 2004. Owners should contact Honda at 1-800-999-1009.
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