(WXYZ) - Honda expands the list of recalled vehicles as the company investigates a problem with the airbags.
The automaker says the airbags inflate with too much pressure. The issue is already responsible for one death and at least a dozen injuries.
The latest recall involves 272,000 older model Accords, Civics, Odyssey's, Pilots and Acura's. More than 600,000 other Honda vehicles were recalled earlier this month for the same issue.
Drivers will be notified of the most recent recall in the coming days.
Honda has also told its franchised dealerships to stop sales on used vehicles, until the cars are checked and any faulty parts are replaced.
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