NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) -- Honda said Tuesday it is recalling more than 400,000 vehicles in the United States after consumers complained of brake pedals feeling "soft."
The trapped air could cause the brake pedal to fall closer to the floor before the car stops, and in affected vehicles the problem tends to increase over time.
Not all of the cars involved in the recall may have this issue, but Honda is including all units that could possibly be affected.
Honda's action is the latest in a spate of auto recalls in 2010, the most prominent of which have come from rival Toyota (TM).
Honda (HMC) said it will start contacting affected customers at the end of April, and it encouraged all owners to see an authorized dealer as soon as they receive notification that their vehicle is included in the recall.
After April 19, owners will be able to go online or call to determine if their vehicle needs to be repaired. After that date Honda owners can visit www.recalls.honda.com or call (800) 999-1009, and select option 4.