Nissan Issues Recall on New Pathfinder and Infiniti Models

Recall has to do with brake control software

Oct 24 2013, 11:18am CDT | by

Nissan Issues Recall on New Pathfinder and Infiniti Models
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Nissan has announced the recall on the new Pathfinder crossover SUV. The same recall also covers the Infiniti JX35 and QX60. All of the vehicles are being recalled because of the software issue having to do with the vehicles antilock brakes.

The recall covers a total of 151,695 vehicles from 2013 and 2014 model years. Nissan is asking vehicle owners to bring the vehicles into dealers so technicians can reprogram the computer that controls the breaking.

Nissan says that left unrepaired the software problem could increase the vehicle stopping distance. Increased stopping distance could lead to a crash. The vehicles will be fixed at no charge for owners.

 
 
 

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