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Recall: No. 1 of 4
Recall Ref: R/2011/166
Exact Model: Juke
Description: ENGINE MAY STALL
VIN:
Build Date: 8 mar 2010 to 14 nov 2011
Numbers: 2741
Defect: The Turbocharger boost sensor bracket may separate from the air inlet tube. This means the boost pressure may be measured incorrectly and the engine warning lamp may be illuminated. During low-speed driving this could cause the engine to stall and not restart
Action: Inspect and if necessary replace the air inlet tube with a new one
Launch Date: 23 January 2012
   
Recall: No. 2 of 4
Recall Ref: R/2013/019
Exact Model: Juke
Description: AIRBAG MAY RELEASE HIGH TEMPERATURE GASES
VIN:
Build Date: 07-06-12 to 04-07-12
Numbers: 2498
Defect: In the event that the driver airbag is deployed during a frontal impact, small holes may occur on the surface of the airbag. The holes are caused by high temperature gases from the airbag inflator exhausting directly onto the surface of the airbag materia
Action: To replace the driver airbag with new.
Launch Date: 25 February 2013
   
Recall: No. 3 of 4
Recall Ref: R/2012/024
Exact Model: Juke & Micra
Description: FUEL MAY LEAK
VIN:
Build Date: 08 mar 2010 to 30 jan 2012
Numbers: 4690
Defect: Nissan has identified that the fuel rail pressure sensor of some vehicles may have not been correctly tightened to the fuel rail of the engine and may loosen gradually due to heat and vibration of the engine. If left undetected and the vehicle continues to be driven in this condition, in extreme cases, fuel leakage may occur.
Action: Re-tighten the pressure sensor and replace the pressure sensor gasket if required.
Launch Date: 03 April 2012
   
 

Manufacturer contact details:
Nissan Motor (GB) Ltd
The Rivers Office Park, Denham Way, Maple Cross, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, WD3 9YS
01923 899334
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gb@nissan-services.eu

 

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