Honda announced a large recall of about 1 million of its vehicles this week for several issues.“Honda will voluntarily recall 80,111 CR-V vehicles from the 2006 model year in the U.S. to replace the power windowConsumer Recall Safety - Honda Auto Car master switch,” said a statement released on Sunday. 

The design of the switch can allow residues to build up, which could lead to a fire. No incidents or injuries have been reported.The recall also involves 5,626 CR-Z vehicles from the 2011 model year in the U.S. that are equipped with manual transmissions to update the software that controls the hybrid electric motor.

Honda told consumers it would send notifications late this month about the recall via mail.

Honda encourages owners to bring their vehicles to an authorized dealer as soon as they receive notice from Honda.

The New York Times reports that Chris Martin, a Honda spokesman, said that the Honda recall worldwide includes 962,000 cars, including the Honda Fit.

While we can’t process auto recalls, we think it’s important to share all recall news with you. If you own any of these vehicles, be on the lookout for a letter from Honda and bring it in quickly. Seeing the mechanic is a pain, but so is filling out insurance forms.

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