List: Nissan Recall 2010 Information?

Today, the news leads with a massive Nissan recall, a Toyota recall that's crippled the brand, and Ford beating GM in sales. Why the 180 degree turn in auto industry brand expectations and performance? Before this blogger focuses on that question, a recap of recent events.
With so many recalls in such a short space of time it is not surprising that some of our readers are losing faith with the auto industry, obviously the less dangerous recalls are not such a problem, however they are still an inconvenience.
Is there a list of all the recalled cars by Nissan? I need the list for my dad.

asked by Guest in Car Makes | 4778 views | 03-03-2010 at 10:18 PM

Nissan said there have been no reported accidents or injuries related to the problems that prompted its latest recall. The Japanese car maker said it found a manufacturing error in brake-pedal pins and there have been three reported instances of it partially disengaging. The company also said fuel gauges in vehicles with high mileage may indicate the amount of remaining fuel level incorrectly.

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)
The brake problem involves a pin in the pedal that can become dislodged, causing a loss of braking. Nissan knows of three instances where it happened (two in the Middle East, one in the US), according to company spokesman Fred Standish.

After getting the first report of the problem in December, Nissan inspected more than 6,000 vehicles and found no defect, Mr. Standish says.

answered by Guest | 03-03-2010 at 10:21 PM

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