Nissan and its luxury brand, Infiniti, are set to recall 133,592 vehicles after discovering that fuel could leak out around the pressure sensor, potentially increasing the chances of a fire.
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|# of Recalls||Component Affected|
|2017 Nissan Juke||1||Service Brakes, Hydraulic||More Details|
|2016 Nissan Juke||1||Service Brakes, Hydraulic||More Details|
|2015 Nissan Juke||1||Service Brakes, Hydraulic||More Details|
|2014 Nissan Juke||2||Electrical System, Fuel System, Gasoline||More Details|
|2013 Nissan Juke||2||Electrical System, Fuel System, Gasoline||More Details|
|2012 Nissan Juke||4||Fuel System, Gasoline, Seats||More Details|
|2011 Nissan Juke||3||Fuel System, Gasoline, Engine And Engine Cooling||More Details|
General Motors isn't the only manufacturer that gets to issue a recall today, as Nissan is set to announce a voluntary recall of the 2011 to 2013 Juke due to a fault with the timing chain. 104,439 units are affected by this recall. The timing chain in some Jukes could deteriorate over time, leading to a warning light in the instrument cluster. In extreme cases, the chain could snap.
Nissan North America is recalling 2011 and 2012 Nissan Juke, Infiniti M and Infiniti QX models over a fuel pressure sensor issue. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, it's possible that the sensors weren't tightened properly, which could lead to the sensor coming loose over time and an increased risk of a fire due to leaking fuel.
Around 118,000 Nissan Juke crossovers are being recalled globally to resolve two issues. The first deals with faulty front door locks that can freeze so that the front doors can't be opened from the outside and might not close.