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Nissan Recalls The Armada, Frontier, Pathfinder, Quest, Titan, Xterra, & Infiniti QX56 Page 2

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2010 Nissan Armada

VEHICLES INVOLVED
Models and numbers of vehicles with potentially affected brake pedal pins are:

  • 2008 through 2010 model year Nissan Titan, Armada, Quest and Infiniti QX56
  • 178,916 in the U.S., 25,869 outside the U.S. (see box for locations)

Models and numbers of vehicles with potential fuel gauges inaccuracies are:

  • 2005 through 2008 model year Nissan Titan, Armada and Infiniti QX56
  • Nissan Frontier, Pathfinder and Xterra produced between January and March 2006 and between October 2007 and January 2008
  • 418,865 in the U.S., 53,253 outside the U.S. (see box for locations)

WHAT OWNERS OF POTENTIALLY AFFECTED VEHICLES SHOULD DO
Beginning in March, owners of potentially affected vehicles in the brake pedal pin recall are being notified to bring their vehicles to a Nissan or Infiniti dealership for a quick, simple, visual inspection and, if necessary, repair.

Also beginning in March, owners of potentially affected vehicles under the recalls for fuel gauge inaccuracies will be notified as to when they should bring their vehicles to their dealers for repair. Until their fuel gauge senders are repaired, customers with potentially affected vehicles are encouraged to maintain a fuel level of at least a half-tank.

Customers with questions are encouraged to contact Consumer Affairs at 1-800-NISSAN1 (1-800-647-7261) for Nissan vehicles, or 1-800-662-6200 for Infiniti vehicles. Customers may also contact their respective authorized Nissan or Infiniti dealers.

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Comments (6)
  1. This is a side note to the writer of this article. If you weren't already aware, Canada and Mexico are part of North America.
     
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  2. Thanks and corrected. Somewhere my eighth geography teacher is weeping. But then, he tended to do that a lot.
     
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  3. RE: Scott Thomas - Are you posting/whining on all Auto sites about your G8 recall? Can't tell you how many times I've read this post. BTW - I also have a 2008 G8 GT and promptly received a recall notice in the mail and had it taken care of in an hour at the dealership. Give it a rest already.
     
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  4. It's time for Consumer Reports and others to be objective on imports. The love affair with Toyota and Nissan is more political than automotive. I haven't seen the wholesale recalls on Chrysler Products, yet they are panned repeatedly. I've owned only Chrysler products and they have been flawless,much,much better than my friends BMWs which are constantly having problems. Time to recommend the "no-recall" Sebring with the cheap, but reliable and safe interior. Buy a Sebring and live. Will Consumers give the upcomming, redone and upgraded mid-sized Chrysler(forced to change its name) a fair shake?- I doubt it.
     
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  5. CR love affair with Nissan? Are you kidding me? Nissan gets no love from CR.
    Re the recall on the Titan, Armada, etc. This is 180,000 vehicles in the US. And there are no accidents. It is precautionary. It is no where in the same ballpark as Toyota knowing about their acceleration problems and negotiating quick fixes the NHTSA.
    The only reason Chrsyler has the smart pedal, just as Nissan does, is that it was owned by Mercedes.
     
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  6. You know what's truly sad is I have a 2005 Pathfinder that's exhibiting the same fuel sending unit problems as the recalled models and they insist it's not covered and the dealer I bought it from said they know it's the same problem and are confused as to why the 2005's are not included in this recall. Unless something happens and quick about it, they're definitely not going to see me as a returning buyer.
     
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