Nissan Juke recalled over freezing locks and faulty sensors
The second issue is to fix turbo boost-pressure sensors that can come loose, leading to erroneous readings and check-engine lights. The recall covers Juke models sold around the world including right here in North America.
Curiously, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has yet to post the recall actions on its website, but either way, if you own a Juke, you might want to ring your local Nissan dealer to see about an appointment.
Nissan Juke Information
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