Honda Recalls Over 500,000 Vehicles

Automaker Honda is recalling over 500, 000 cars to replace a faulty part used in starting an engine.

Honda say the vehicle's engine can suddenly stop because some of its parts can be damaged by heat if used repeatedly over time.

The 3 models involved are the Odyssey Minivan, the CRV and the Step Wagon Minivan.

All were produced between October 3rd, 1994 and May 15th, 1997.

About 78,000 of those cars were exported to countries including the U.S.