Acura says it is recalling 43,000 vehicles in the U.S. to replace both front seat belts.
The car maker owned by Honda Motor Co says that in temperatures below zero degrees Fahrenheit, the seat belts might not release. Acura says no injuries have been reported related to the seat belts.
The recall announced Saturday covers 7,000 2014 RLX and 36,000 2014 and 2015 MDX models.
Acura says it will begin mailing notices to vehicle owners in late October, and they should take their vehicle to an authorized dealer as quickly as possible. Acura says owners can also check if their vehicle is covered by going to recalls.acura.com.