Nissan recalls 125,000 more Rogue SUVs over fire risk

Nissan Recalls 125,000 More Rogue SUVs Over Fire Risk – Top Class Actions

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  • Nissan added 125,215 model year 2017 Rogue compact crossover vehicles to an existing recall initiated by fire risk concerns, The Car Connection reports.
  • The total number of recalled Nissan Rogue vehicles now exceeds 800,000, with around 689,000 model year 2014-2016 recalls previously in January.
  • The recently recalled Nissan Rogue vehicles were reportedly produced at the automaker’s Smyrna, Tennessee, factory between July 26, 2016, and September 27, 2017.
  • Nissan initiated the recall out of concern that Nissan Rogue vehicles could catch fire due to the possibility that water and road salt could enter the crankcase, causing corrosion of an electrical connector.

Nissan Rogue SUV Recall:

  • Who: Nissan is recalling some 690K Rogue SUVs from the years 2014 to 2016.
  • Why: Electrical problems may occur, such as a fire, the power windows and seats not working, and the battery depleting prematurely.
  • Where: The withdrawal is effective in Canada and the United States.

(January 26, 2022)

Nissan is recalling nearly 689,000 Rogue SUVs from model years July 25, 2013, and December 31, 2016, due to the risk of fire, according to Consumer Reports. Vehicles may also experience other electrical problems, including non-functioning power windows and seats, and/or a prematurely depleted battery.

The problems are caused by a poorly insulated electrical connector located in the driver’s footwell, Consumer Reports says. Water and salt can accumulate in this area, causing corrosion that can lead to electrical failure or even a fire. Warning signs of this defect include power windows or seats failing, an all-wheel drive warning light on, a burning smell, or smoke coming from under the dash on the driver’s side.

There have been no accidents or injuries related to the Nissan recall

In documents provided to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration, Nissan says it is aware of four incidents in Canada and two in the United States that could be related to the recall. There have been no accidents or injuries.

Nissan also said it hasn’t yet developed a fix for the problem, but expects to have one in spring 2022, Consumer Reports says.

Nissan will notify owners of the problem starting in March and will contact them as soon as a fix is ​​ready, according to Consumer Reports. However, owners can also contact Nissan Customer Service at 800-867-7669. The NHTSA campaign number is 22V024. Nissan’s own number for this recall is R21B9.

A separate class action lawsuit was filed earlier this month against Nissan over claims it sold model year 2017-18 Nissan Altima and Sentra vehicles with faulty continuously variable transmissions.

The automaker also faces claims of former workers who say he used a piece rate system to defraud his workers out of their wages.

Do you have a Nissan Rogue SUV affected by the recall? Let us know in the comments.

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