The recall was issued because a bolt used to attach an interior trim piece to either the driver's or passenger's side A-pillar may not have been installed during manufacturing. In the event of a crash resulting in side curtain air bag deployment, the trim piece may not have remained properly secured to the A-pillar. This condition, if not corrected, increased the risk of injury to the driver or front-seat passenger.
The recall affected vehicles manufactured between Oct. 7, 2009 and Nov. 14, 2009.
To remedy the problem, Acura dealers have inspected the interior trim piece of the A-pillar. If a bolt was missing, it was installed. An owner notification will not be issued for this safety recall campaign, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said.