Honda said it will expand a March headlight recall to include 820,000 model-year 2002-2003 Civic sedans and model-year 2004-2005 Pilot sport-utility vehicles in the United States.
Honda dealers will inspect and, if necessary, replace components of the headlight wiring system.
The automaker said a problem with the wiring of the headlight switch could cause the low-beam headlights to not work. The loss of headlights could limit a driver's ability to see the road and potential hazards and increases the risk of a crash. However, Honda said no crashes or injuries have been reported in connection with the problem.
In March, Honda recalled 550,000 CR-V small SUVs from the 2002 through 2004 model years and Pilots from 2003 because of the same problem.
This was the second large expansion of a Honda recall this week.
On Monday, Honda said it would expand a recall of Acura TL sedans to include 572,000 model-year 2003-2007 Accord V6 vehicles in the United States.