Honda Motor Co. (HMC) is recalling 1.35 million Fit subcompact cars to repair defective wiring in the headlights.

The carmaker said it would recall 143,000 cars in the United States and 734,000 cars in Japan, according to The Associated Press.

The recall in Japan will cost the company about 3.6 billion yen ($42.8 million).

Honda said it will also recall Fit cars in Europe and Asia, but did not give further details.

There have been no reports of accidents related to the faulty wiring.

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