The fix involves installing a new sensor. But those sensors won't be available until the spring of 2014.
In the meantime, Honda said customers should start their minivans with the wheels facing straight ahead, allowing the system to properly calibrate. Customers who experience the unexpected braking should stop and restart the minivan. Tapping on the brake pedal "will immediately stop the self-braking action," Honda said.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration launched an investigation in June and received 22 reports of the issue. The NHTSA said the problem could cause "the vehicle speed to drop by as much as 30 mph in a very brief amount of time."