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Honda to recall 871,000 vehicles for roll-away problem

A man is silhouetted against a logo of Honda Motor at the company showroom in Tokyo in this October 23, 2012, file photo. Honda Motor Co will recall 871,000 vehicles that could roll away after the ignition key has been removed, including 807,000 in the United States, the company said on December 12, 2012. The automaker said a part in the ignition interlock could become damaged or worn, enabling the key to be removed even if the vehicle's transmission lever has not been shifted into park. REUTERS/Toru Hanai/Files

A man is silhouetted against a logo of Honda Motor at the company showroom in Tokyo in this October 23, 2012, file photo. Honda Motor Co will recall 871,000 vehicles that could roll away after the ignition key has been removed, including 807,000 in...more

A man is silhouetted against a logo of Honda Motor at the company showroom in Tokyo in this October 23, 2012, file photo. Honda Motor Co will recall 871,000 vehicles that could roll away after the ignition key has been removed, including 807,000 in the United States, the company said on December 12, 2012. The automaker said a part in the ignition interlock could become damaged or worn, enabling the key to be removed even if the vehicle's transmission lever has not been shifted into park. REUTERS/Toru Hanai/Files
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Logo of the Honda Motor Co is seen on a steering wheel of a car at the company showroom in Tokyo in this April 27, 2012, file photo. Honda Motor Co will recall 871,000 vehicles that could roll away after the ignition key has been removed, including 807,000 in the United States, the company said on December 12, 2012. The automaker said a part in the ignition interlock could become damaged or worn, enabling the key to be removed even if the vehicle's transmission lever has not been shifted into park. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/Files

Logo of the Honda Motor Co is seen on a steering wheel of a car at the company showroom in Tokyo in this April 27, 2012, file photo. Honda Motor Co will recall 871,000 vehicles that could roll away after the ignition key has been removed, including...more

Logo of the Honda Motor Co is seen on a steering wheel of a car at the company showroom in Tokyo in this April 27, 2012, file photo. Honda Motor Co will recall 871,000 vehicles that could roll away after the ignition key has been removed, including 807,000 in the United States, the company said on December 12, 2012. The automaker said a part in the ignition interlock could become damaged or worn, enabling the key to be removed even if the vehicle's transmission lever has not been shifted into park. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/Files
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