Honda recalls more than 350,000 vehicles

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Honda has voluntarily recalled more than 350,000 coupes and sedans.

The 2016 Civic has a glitch in its electric braking system. It was discovered when several customers made warranty claims after their brake warning lights switched on.

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Faulty software can reportedly prevent the parking brake from being applied once the engine is off. Honda says if the brake is faulty, a car could roll away. So far, there have been no reports of injuries related to the system.

Luckily, it's a pretty easy fix. The company says the car just needs a software update.

Honda will be mailing recall notices in November. Customers can take their Civic to an authorized dealer to fix the defect.

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