Nissan Recall 2010 Engine Problem reached Australia and New Zealand (Models list)

By on Nov 3, 2010 in Automobile, Europe, World Comments

The Nissan Recall 2010 engine problem was said to have reached Australia and New Zealand (NZ), according to recent reports.

Last week, it was reported that Nissan had voluntarily recalled about two million vehicles due to a faulty engine control system.

This time, the recall includes Nissan Australia as well as about 1,600 Nissan cars in New Zealand.

As posted at Car Advice on Monday, Nissan Australia revealed its own recall, but the possible number of cars affected was not disclosed.

Nevertheless, the list of models includes Nissan Tiida C11, Nissan Navara D40 and the Nissan Pathfinder R51, which was reported to have sold between March 30, 2004 and June 28, 2006.

The company also announced that they will inform car owners through mail, and to ask them to bring take their car to a Nissan dealer for a free relay replacement.

For more details and information, customers are being advised to contact the Customer Assistance Center at 1800 035 035.

On the other hand, NZ Herald also posted on their site on Monday that Nissan New Zealand is recalling 1,592 vehicles as part of the previous recall last week.

According to Nissan New Zealand managing director John Manley, the affected models were Tiida, Micra and Navara models, which were manufactured between 2004 and 2006.

And just like in Australia, customers are being advised to bring take their car to a Nissan dealer for a relay replacement with free of charge.



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