What is being recalled?
According to Nissan Motor Corp., over two million of their vehicles are being recalled. This recall was released October 28, 2010, and is the third-largest for Nissan.
What’s the problem?
The relay in the ignition system may be faulty and can cause the vehicle’s engine to stall. If this happens, the car may not be able to start, resulting in a higher incident of crashes, depending on where the car is stalled.
Which Nissan vehicles are included in this recall?
This recall of 2.14 million vehicles includes over 12 different models that were produced between August 2003 and July 2006. The vehicles were produced in Japan (about 835,000), North America (762,000), and Europe (354,000). The recall provides a limited list including the following models: March, Mycra, Cube, Note, Tiida sedan, Titan pickup, and Infiniti QX56 luxury model. Unfortunately, they do not provide a complete list. No accidents have been reported as of the date of this release.
What do I do now?
To find out if your Nissan vehicle is included in this recall, go to http://www.nissanextendedwarranty.com/recalls/nissan-recalls.html. According to the company, the repair only takes about 30 minutes and is free of charge.