The Problem: Acura says it is possible that one or more of the eight rear suspension bolts on the RLX sedan may not have been tightened properly during assembly. If not properly fastened, the bolt(s) could come loose over time and fall out, which could allow the rear suspension to move out of alignment. An improperly aligned rear suspension could increase the risk of a crash.
The Fix: In January 2014, Acura will begin to notify owners of affected vehicles to bring their 2014 Acura RLX models
to an authorized Acura dealer to have the rear suspension bolts
replaced. Owners can also check www.recalls.acura.com or by calling the
automaker at (800) 382-2238, and selecting option 4 to see if their
vehicle is affected.
Number of Vehicles Potentially Affected: 7387 Acura RLX sedans from the 2014 model year are affected. No crashes or injuries have been reported related to the issue.
Thanks to: Motor Trend