Looking for a new or old Nissan vehicle? Searching with a vehicle identification number (VIN) can provide you with a variety of info on a Nissan vehicle, including: engine specs, color, model year, vehicle type, trim level and more.
To Check For Recall, Visit This Link and Enter your Vehicle Identification Number or VIN:
Your VIN is a unique 17 character (including letters) serial number that can be found on your vehicle (the passenger side door sill, for example) or in your vehicle’s documentation (like its registration).
You can search for all safety recalls initiated after March 15, 1994. This information was last updated on July 20, 2023
A vehicle recall is issued when a manufacturer or the department of National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) determines a vehicle (or a piece of equipment inside) creates a safety risk, or fails to meet minimum safety standards. Manufacturers are required to fix the problem by offering repairs, replacement or a refund to owners of the problem vehicle.
On affected vehicles, the driver may potentially adjust the rear view camera and display settings to the degree that the image is no longer visible, and the system will retain those settings when the vehicle is next shifted to reverse. A temporarily reduced rear visibility when the driver has adjusted the display to this extent could lead to an increased risk of an accident in the event the driver does not re-adjust the display before reversing.
Certain Nissan vehicles may have a defective airbag which needs to be repaired immediately. In the event of a crash, the airbag could explode shooting metal pieces at the driver and passengers, causing serious injury or death. If your vehicle is affected by this recall, we encourage you to take immediate action to have your vehicles repaired for free at an authorized Nissan dealership.
In some vehicles affected by this recall, the Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) actuator may leak brake fluid. If this occurs, the ABS warning lamp will illuminate and remain continuously illuminated on the instrument panel. However, the leak can potentially create an electrical short, and in rare instances, may lead to a fire.
If you have additional questions on any vehicle or product recalls, you can email or call us.