TOKYO -- Honda Motor Co. said Thursday it is recalling 318,000 Odyssey minivans in the U.S. and 63,400 Acura MDX sport-utility vehicles in several nations for an airbag defect.

The Japanese automaker said there have been no crashes related to the problem. Honda is also recalling 23,300 Odyssey minivans in Canada.

Tokyo-based Honda said it received complaints recently that the airbag opened unnecessarily in the 2003 and 2004 model year Odyssey and the 2003 Acura MDX because the computer chip for airbag deployment was responding to electrical interference.

Honda said a part called an electrical noise filter needs to be installed to prevent the problem.

The Acura MDX recall covers 56,000 vehicles in the U.S., 1,000 in Japan, 4,800 in Canada and nearly 1,600 in Australia.

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  • 10. Missouri

    > Pct. of bridges structurally deficient: 14.5% > Number of bridges structurally deficient: 3,502 (4th most) > Average bridge age: 43 years (21st highest) > State gas tax: 17.3 cents (6th lowest) Since 2011, Missouri may have made more strides fixing its bridges than almost any other state in the nation. Although 3,502 of its 24,072 bridges are structurally deficient, this is actually 640 fewer than in 2011. In St. Louis County, just 3.9% of the 865 bridges received a subpar grade. Those 58 bridges in need of repair carry an average of 789,000 vehicles per day. However, the bridges in many other parts of Missouri remain in a serious state of disrepair. In five counties, more than 30% of the bridges are structurally deficient. <a href="http://247wallst.com/2013/06/24/states-with-the-most-dangerous-bridges/#ixzz2XdZEAi1j" target="_blank">Read more at 24/7 Wall St. </a>

  • 9. Maine

    > Pct. of bridges structurally deficient: 14.8% > Number of bridges structurally deficient: 356 (11th fewest) > Average bridge age: 50 years (8th highest) > State gas tax: 31.5 cents (16th highest) Maine has 2,400 bridges, 356 of which are considered structurally unsound. The state is one of just eight where the average age of all its bridges is at least 50 years old. Despite still having among the highest percentage of problematic bridges, Maine has moved in the right direction in terms of repairs. As many as 33 bridges have been repaired in the state since 2011, reducing the number of structurally deficient bridges by 8.5%. This is among the better improvements of all states. <a href="http://247wallst.com/2013/06/24/states-with-the-most-dangerous-bridges/#ixzz2XdZEAi1j" target="_blank">Read more at 24/7 Wall St. </a>

  • 8. New Hampshire

    > Pct. of bridges structurally deficient: 14.9% > Number of bridges structurally deficient: 362 (13th fewest) > Average bridge age: 52 years (6th highest) > State gas tax: 19.6 cents (10th lowest) Although it has just 2,429 bridges, less than all but a half a dozen other states, New Hampshire may soon need to spend a considerable sum on their upgrade and repairs. Nearly 15% of its bridges have been judged to be in poor condition. The average age of all bridges in the state is 52 years, while the average age of its structurally deficient bridges is close to 74 years. By both measures, the state’s bridges are among the oldest in the nation. Of the bridges in need of maintenance, rehabilitation or replacement across New Hampshire, 50 were built before 1900. <a href="http://247wallst.com/2013/06/24/states-with-the-most-dangerous-bridges/#ixzz2XdZEAi1j" target="_blank">Read more at 24/7 Wall St. </a>

  • 7. North Dakota

    > Pct. of bridges structurally deficient: 16.8% > Number of bridges structurally deficient: 746 (23rd fewest) > Average bridge age: 45 years (15th highest) > State gas tax: 23.0 cents (20th lowest) The number of structurally deficient bridges in North Dakota has increased by 2.6% since 2011, among the biggest increases in the country. While North Dakota has a high percentage of problematic bridges, just over 95,000 vehicles travel over them every day, lower traffic than any other state in the country. Although many states are able to fund repairs through state and federal gasoline taxes, Goldberg notes that states such as North Dakota have trouble repairing roads and bridges with this money due to the low volume of travelers in the state. <a href="http://247wallst.com/2013/06/24/states-with-the-most-dangerous-bridges/#ixzz2XdZEAi1j" target="_blank">Read more at 24/7 Wall St. </a>

  • 6. Nebraska

    > Pct. of bridges structurally deficient: 18.0% > Number of bridges structurally deficient: 2,778 (6th most) > Average bridge age: 44 years (17h highest) > State gas tax: 25.5 cents (24th highest) Nebraska, the 14th least populous state in the country, has 2,778 defective bridges, more than all but five other states. By comparison, California, by far the most populous state in the nation, has just 2,978 deficient bridges. In recent years, very few bridges have been repaired, maintained or rehabilitated in Nebraska, with the number of structurally deficient bridges falling by just 42 since 2011. But not all parts of Nebraska suffer from this problem. Five counties in the state did not have a single defective bridge. In Douglas County, where Omaha is located, just 2% of daily bridge traffic travels over such bridges. <a href="http://247wallst.com/2013/06/24/states-with-the-most-dangerous-bridges/#ixzz2XdZEAi1j" target="_blank">Read more at 24/7 Wall St. </a>

  • 5. South Dakota

    > Pct. of bridges structurally deficient: 20.6% > Number of bridges structurally deficient: 1,208 (20th most) > Average bridge age: 46 years (13th highest) > State gas tax: 24.0 cents (23rd lowest) South Dakota is one of just five states where more than 20% of the bridges are in need of maintenance. The average age of a bridge in the state is 46 years old. While this is far from the oldest of all states, it is higher than the 43 years average across the country. South Dakota’s less-than-stellar bridges are not used too often — the average traffic on South Dakota’s bridges is slightly more than 354,000 vehicles a day, lower than all but four other states. <a href="http://247wallst.com/2013/06/24/states-with-the-most-dangerous-bridges/#ixzz2XdZEAi1j" target="_blank">Read more at 24/7 Wall St. </a>

  • 4. Rhode Island

    > Pct. of bridges structurally deficient: 20.7% > Number of bridges structurally deficient: 156 (6th fewest) > Average bridge age: 55 years (4th highest) > State gas tax: 33.0 cents (13th highest) Rhode Island has just 754 bridges, the fewest of any state. Despite the limited amount, nearly 21% of the bridges are structurally deficient. And although Rhode Island is geographically small, each day more than 1.8 million vehicles use Providence County bridges that are in need of maintenance, rehabilitation or repair. In all, more than 2.6 million vehicles use potentially problematic bridges on an average day. This is more traffic on structurally deficient bridges than many, much more populous states, including Florida. <a href="http://247wallst.com/2013/06/24/states-with-the-most-dangerous-bridges/#ixzz2XdZEAi1j" target="_blank">Read more at 24/7 Wall St. </a>

  • 3. Iowa

    > Pct. of bridges structurally deficient: 21.2% > Number of bridges structurally deficient: 5,191 (3rd most) > Average bridge age: 44 years (17th highest) > State gas tax: 22.0 cents (18th lowest) Iowa is one of just three states where more than 5,000 bridges are structurally deficient. In three of the state’s counties — Adams, Davis and Ringgold — more than 40% of the bridges are deficient, while in Lucas and Van Buren counties nearly 40% of the bridges are defective. The average age of all bridges and the average age of deficient bridges are both higher than the national averages. Members of the Iowa legislature attempted to raise the gasoline tax earlier this year to divert some of the revenue to maintenance projects through the state’s road fund. However, the legislation died because of Republican opposition. <a href="http://247wallst.com/2013/06/24/states-with-the-most-dangerous-bridges/#ixzz2XdZEAi1j" target="_blank">Read more at 24/7 Wall St. </a>

  • 2. Oklahoma

    > Pct. of bridges structurally deficient: 22.6% > Number of bridges structurally deficient: 5,382 (2nd most) > Average bridge age: 46 years (13th highest) > State gas tax: 17.0 cents (5th lowest) None of the 10 states with a high percentage of deficient bridges has progressed less in repairing its bridges since 2011 than Oklahoma. In fact, the situation in Oklahoma further deteriorated. As many as 77 more bridges are deemed deficient now than were two years ago. More than 7.7 million vehicles use unsound bridges daily. In Tulsa County, 16.6% of daily bridge traffic is on bridges that need repairs or improvements. This amounts to an average of 7.2 million vehicles a day. <a href="http://247wallst.com/2013/06/24/states-with-the-most-dangerous-bridges/#ixzz2XdZEAi1j" target="_blank">Read more at 24/7 Wall St. </a>

  • 1. Pennsylvania

    > Pct. of bridges structurally deficient: 24.5% > Number of bridges structurally deficient: 5,543 (the most) > Average bridge age: 54 years (5th highest) > State gas tax: 32.3 cents (15th highest) No state has a higher percentage of deficient bridges than Pennsylvania. Goldberg points out that the state has made a significant effort to improve its bridges in recent years. In three counties — McKean, Schuylkill and Potter — more than 40% of the bridges are structurally deficient. The average age of all bridges in Pennsylvania is 54 years, higher than all but four other states. Although Pennsylvania still has more bridges in need of serious maintenance or replacement than any other state in the country, it has reduced the number of these problematic bridges by 500 since 2011, more than any other state except for Missouri. The Pennsylvania legislature is currently debating legislation that would increase the state’s transportation funding by 50%. <a href="http://247wallst.com/2013/06/24/states-with-the-most-dangerous-bridges/#ixzz2XdZEAi1j" target="_blank">Read more at 24/7 Wall St. </a>