Nissan has scarcely 240,000 cars and SUVs worldwide due to a glow risk, and in singular cases, is advising people to park a vehicles outdoors.
An anti-lock stop siphon can trickle stop liquid onto a circuit board, causing an electrical brief and augmenting a risk of a fire, according to Nissan. If drivers see a anti-lock stop warning flare for some-more than 10 seconds after starting a engine, a automaker urges them not to expostulate a vehicles and park them outdoor and divided from structures or other vehicles.
The remember covers certain 2015 to 2017 Nissan Murano SUVs and 2016 to 2017 Nissan Maxima sedans, and a 2017 by 2018 Nissan Pathfinder and a 2017 Infiniti QX60 vehicles.
Nissan estimates 56 per cent of a vehicles have a problem, that has been traced to inadequate seals in a pump. Some Muranos were removed for a same problem in 2016.
Documents posted Thursday by a U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) don’t contend if there have been any fires. Nissan orator Steve Yaeger would not criticism when asked about fires, though pronounced there have been no associated crashes or injuries.
The association is seeking owners to park a vehicles outward if a anti-lock stop light stays on “out of an contentment of caution” Yaeger said. If a light stays on, owners should immediately hit Nissan or Infiniti to have a car towed to a dealer, he said.
Dealers will check a siphon sequence numbers and reinstate them if required starting Oct. 15. Most of a removed vehicles are in North America; 19,761 vehicles are