Hi everyone - our 2012 Pilot was part of the Piston Ring recall and we did have the Piston rings replaced a few years ago. Over the weekend, with no warning whatsoever, we lost the engine. It sounded like a dropped a muffler, and then the car seized up and stopped. Upon inspection there was oil all over the road and smoke starting to come out from under the hood. We had the car towed to the dealer who told us that the car threw a rod out the bottom of the engine and blew a hole threw the oil pan. The car has 142,940 miles on it. We were told that the warranty expired on 10/1/2019 or at 120,000 miles (whichever was to happen first). We asked our trusted mechanic his opinion and he feel strongly that this engine rod issue was connected to the piston ring problem. There was no check engine light and the car was running fine when this happened. Anyone experience anything like this or have any advice for us about what our rights might be according to the recall and known engine problems for this vehicle? Thanks!