Nissan Recalls 79,275 Vehicles Due to Fire Risk

Nissan Recalls 79,275 Vehicles Due to Fire Risk

Nissan is recalling 79,275 vehicles after finding that an improperly tightened fuel pressure sensor may lead to gas leaks and an increased risk of fire.

The vehicles affected are certain 2011-12 Jukes, Infiniti QX and Infiniti M vehicles. The leak is prone to happen because of heat and vibration, loosening the sensor and allowing the leak.

Owners driving an affected vehicle can expect Nissan to contact them directly and repair the issue free of charge. If you have any concerns, you may also contact Nissan customer service at (615) 725-1000 or the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s safety hotline at (888) 327-4236.

  • Dave Walsh

    What’s wrong with ” all ” these cheap companies? Pumping out garbage product after garbage product and expecting us to buy their ridiculous prices, for these inferior products. If we owned a small company and kept making these stupid mistakes, how long would we be in business?

  • what about the pathfinder radiator and cooling system problrmd

    These radiator cooling system problems that u need 10,000$ to fix. Come on nissan