Nissan announced a recall in Russia for the repair of 4,448 Pathfinder crossovers due to a defect in brake lights. This was reported by Rosstandart on Friday. The recall will affect vehicles manufactured between August 4, 2014 and December 23, 2016.
- Due to the vibrations arising during operation on cars, the brake light relay may stick in the on position. In this case, they will burn continuously. Engine power may be limited while driving. In addition, the driver will be able to move the gear selector out of the parking position and start the engine without pressing the brake pedal.
- In addition, the malfunction misleads other road users. Dealers are instructed to replace the brake light relay with a new part. In addition, they will check the entire system of their inclusion. VIN-codes of potentially faulty cars are attached to the message of the department. You can also check the car for recall at Automotive.ru.
The last time Nissan recalled cars in Russia was in September last year. Then the problem was identified in almost 4,000 premium Infiniti QX56 SUVs. The reason for the recall was a defective airbag gas generator.