Nissan Calls For Over 394,000 Sedans And SUVs In The US For Fire Risk | On Board

Nissan recently announced a call for review for 394,025 vehicles sold in the United States with the purpose of solving a failure in the anti-lock brake pump that could cause a fire.

According to the manufacturer, a seal of the anti-lock brake pump could deteriorate and at the same time filter fluid on a circuit board, which could cause an electrical short and consequently a fire.

Due to a similar fault, some of these vehicles were called for review in 2018, but no leak was found, the technicians did not carry out any repairs. This time, however, dealers will replace the anti-lock brake pumps of all units involved.


These are the affected models in the call:

Nissan Pathfinder 2017-2018
Nissan Maxima 2016-2017
Nissan Murano 2015-2017
Infiniti QX60 2017

In the event that the light on the dashboard that corresponds to the anti-lock braking system remains on for more than 10 seconds, Nissan asks the owners not to drive the vehicles and rather to park them outdoors away from other cars and real estate.

According to the report presented to the National Highway Administration of the United States (NHTSA), so far no fire or injury has been reported due to this damage.

Notices to owners about security risks will be sent on December 2.

At the moment the parts are available for those vehicles whose indicator of the anti-lock braking system has been improperly lit. Owners will receive a second notice next summer, when additional parts are available.

For more information on this notice, you can contact Nissan's customer service department by calling 1-800-867-7669 or you can contact the United States National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) at 1-888-327 -4236.