American Honda Motor Co. Inc. is recalling 85,154 ’05 model Odyssey minivans due to potentially faulty airbag sensors. Honda says two sensors located near the front bumper may be susceptible to corrosion from road salt, causing airbag warning lights inside the vehicle to remain illuminated. Honda says there are no reports of airbags improperly deploying as a result of the defect. Recall notices will go out to owners later this month.

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