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Nissan announces recall

Nissan is conducting a Voluntary Safety Recall on several Nissan and Infiniti models globally to replace an Engine Control Module relay or Ignition relay.  This relay may develop oxidation on the electrical contacts which may lead to a non-start condition or engine stalling. Nissan is not aware of any reports of accidents or injuries due to this issue.

To correct this condition, owners of potentially affected vehicles will be notified to take their vehicle to a Nissan or Infiniti dealer for repair for the relay unit to be replaced.

Nissan will be contacting the owners of affected vehicles for the work to be carried out. This will take around 20mins and will be at no cost to the customer.   

Nissan is committed to providing a high level of customer quality, service and satisfaction and is working with its dealers to promptly address this issue. Any customers who would like more information can contact Nissan customer services on 01923 899334.

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