Nissan is recalling 79,275 vehicles citing potential fuel leak problems. According to the company there is some technical problem with the fuel pressure sensors, because they have not been tightened properly. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reported that fuel leakage problems could arise asthe fuel pressure sensor is getting loose due to the vibration and heat the car generates. It would gradually lead to the fuel leakage, which could cause fire to the cars.
The vehicles which have been affected include 2011 and 2012 Infiniti M Luxury large sedan, Infiniti QX luxury large SUV and the Nissan Juke crossover.
The officials said that the owners of the affected vehicles will be contacted by the Nissan and Infiniti dealers by the middle of March. The owners have to bring their cars to the dealership and if any problem in fuel pressure sensor is found they will be replaced free of cost. For any further query on the matter, please make use of the contact details given below.
- Nissan helpline: 1 – 615 – 725 – 1000
- NHTSA vehicle safety hotline: 1 – 888 – 327 – 4236
- NHTSA website: www.safercar.gov