Following the recall for millions of Honda (HMC) vehicles over faulty airbags, the automaker has now recalled 241,339 minivans for an electrical short circuit that could cause a fire. The recall affects certain 2018 to 2020 Odyssey minivans.

According to Honda, the accessory power outlet harness could cause an intermittent electrical short circuit that could overheat the wire harness for the third-row seat. This accessory power outlet could get pinched between the unibody and rear trim panel, causing damage to the wire harness resulting in an electrical short that could lead to a fire.

To remedy the short circuit issue, Honda dealers will inspect the third-row seat accessory power outlet wire harness for any damage and replace it, as necessary. If no damage is found, a protective tape will be applied, and wiring harness will be rerouted at no charge to the vehicle owner.

Honda will begin notifying Odyssey owners on March 16. Questions about the recall can be directed to Honda customer service at 1-888-234-2138.

Shares of Honda stock were up 0.74% as of 3:03 p.m. EST on Tuesday.