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Honda is recalling 1.3 million automobiles worldwide due to a rear camera defect.

The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) said on Friday that Honda Motor is recalling 1.3 million cars around the world because the image from the rearview camera might not be clear.

Some 2018–2023 Odyssey, 2019–2022 Pilot, and 2019–2023 Passport cars are part of the recall. The picture from the rearview camera may not show up on the screen if the coaxial cable connector for communication is broken.

Honda said that the recall affects 1.2 million cars in the United States, 88,000 cars in Canada, and 16,000 cars in Mexico.

Honda had already extended the protection for cars with the problem until 2021. In a filing with the NHTSA, the automaker said that between May 2017 and June of this year, it had received 273,870 warranty claims related to the issue. There were no reports of injuries or deaths related to the recall problem.

To connect the audio display unit correctly, dealers will put a better cable harness between the existing connections for the display audio and the car terminals and a straightening cover over the vehicle cable connector.

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