Got a notice from Honda today, just wondering if anyone else got it. I have an 05 honda accord I4.
Here's what they said:
Honda has decided that a defect which relates to motor vehicle safety exists in the automatic transmission control module software of certain 2005-2010 model year 4-cylinder Accord vehicle; this defect may affect the secondary shaft bearing in a vehicles transmission. There is a possibility that the secondary shaft bearing may be damaged when a driver rapidly shifts between gears at a high engine RPM. A damaged bearing may cause the engine to stall or the vehicle to roll after the gear selector has been placed in the park position. An engine stall or unexpected vehicle movement increase the risk of crash or personal injury to persons within the path of a rolling vehicle.
They offer to fix it for free by updating the software. I Haven't had any problem with my accord in that area so far. Should I get it "repaired" just in case?