American Honda is recalling an additional 900,000 cars to inspect for corrosion of their fuel filler pipes that the company said could lead to gasoline spills. Honda recalled 400,000 1982-85 Accords last year to check for the problem, which it said occurs in states where road salt is used. The recall was expanded to include 1986-87 Accords and 1983-87 Preludes, Honda said Tuesday. Honda spokesman Jeff Leestma said all customers have been notified. Honda dealerships will make the repairs for free. No accidents, injuries or deaths have been linked to the problem, Leestma said.