Nissan has pro-actively recalled more than two million cars and trucks worldwide for what they have described as an “ignition problem.” The Japanese automobile manufacturer explains that an ignition part, called a relay, could potentially malfunction which would cause a vehicle to stall. The issue can be fixed in less than an hour by simply reprogramming the vehicle.
Defective Products: Nissans being recalled include any 2003 through 2006 model of the Nissan Titan, Armada, Frontier, Xterra, and infiniti QX56. Smaller models liked the March, Micra, Cube, and Note are also included. Most of the recalls are happening in Japan, with 825,000 units. The United States and Canada have a combined 726,000. Countries in Europe and Asia account for the numbers as well.
Fortunately, no accidents resulting from the ignition malfunction have been reported. Nissan is taking preventative steps by issuing this recall. Drivers who may be unsure about their model can drive into their Nissan dealership to see if theirs is on the list of recalled vehicles.
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Nissan has done what so many companies fail to do. It recognized a problem and acted swiftly to solve it. Many times, companies will knowingly sell a product that is dangerous and defective, and not think twice. Nissan may have saved lives by issuing this recall.
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