Honda guy here...
Here's a link to the full bulletin; I'm hosting this as an FYI, not a DIY
I realize it's not always convenient to take your Honda to dealer for this procedure, even if it is free. But, there's a few reasons why it's important to let a dealer do this and not DIY:
• When a dealer does the recall inspection, the work is logged into the Honda database, so there's a verifiable record the recall has been done. The unit is marked by the dealer as well.
• If you have not already registered your unit, getting the work done at a dealer will do both jobs. This can help streamline any future warranty work. Note that registering a unit is not required to obtain warranty service, but does make it go smoother.
• Another benefit of registering is it gives Honda a way to contact you if there's every an issue in the future. Note Honda will never share your information or use it for sales/marketing.
• Letting the dealer do the job ensures the unit is correctly inspected/repaired, and if/when the day comes you sell the unit, makes for a better transaction when both buyer and seller can know all the required work was officially completed.
Okay, enough talk; here's the link:
Link to find a dealer:
Honda Power Equipment - Find a dealer