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Nissan Juke Recalls: Is Yours on the List?

The frog-faced  Nissan Juke appeared in dealer showrooms during the 2011 model year.

Designed at Nissan’s London studio and refined in Japan, the Juke stood out with neat touches like under-floor storage and a center console styled to look like a motorcycle gas tank. It also, y’know, had toenails for headlights.

Thanks to the trove of data available on NHTSA’s website, we have compiled a list of recalls for this model. Data from the organization is available for all model years of the Nissan Juke. Here is all the available information on Juke recalls, taken from the NHTSA website.

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Note that all recalls include both FWD and AWD Jukes.

1.) Fuel Pressure Sensor may Loosen and Leak (issued March 2018); Models affected: 2011, 2012; campaign #18V156000

– A fuel leak in the presence of an ignition source can increase the risk of a fire.

2.) Air Inlet Tube (issued December 2011); Models affected: 2011; campaign #11V583000

3.) Rear Seat Latch Striker (issued July 12, 2012); Model affected 2012; campaign #12V328000

4.) Fuel Pressure Sensor May Leak (issued February 24, 2012); Model affected: 2011; campaign #12V069000

– Fuel may leak from the pressure sensor, increasing the risk of a fire.

5.) Brake Master Cylinder may Leak Fluid into Booster (issued January 31, 2018); Models affected: 2015, 2016, 2017; campaign #18V086000

– If brake fluid leaks into the brake booster it can lengthen the distance needed to stop the vehicle, increasing the risk of a crash.

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6.) Engine Start/Stop Button may Stick (issued July 1, 2015); Models affected: 2013, 2014; campaign #15V418000

– If the engine start/stop button gets stuck in the housing, road vibrations may cause the engine to shut off unexpectedly while the vehicle is being driven, increasing the risk of a crash.

7.) Fuel Pressure Sensor May Leak (issued November 28, 2014); Model affected: 2013; campaign #14V683000

– A fuel leak in the presence of an ignition source could cause a vehicle fire.

You can click here to find out if your specific Nissan Juke was affected by any recalls. The page at that link also offers detailed information about the recalls listed above.