Nissan is recalling over 325,000 right-hand drive models

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On the British Islands, in particular, more than 325 000 of Nissan’s models Juke, Navara, Note, Pulsar, and Qashqai have to move into the dealer’s workshops. The child safety lock lever could unlock while driving.

The spring of a locking mechanism of the rear doors, which was specially developed for certain markets with left-hand traffic does not meet the specifications.

This could cause the child safety lever to move from the locked to the unlocked position while driving. The doors would then open unintentionally from the inside.

The component is required with the model Juke, Navara, Note, Pulsar, and Qashqai from the production period between September 2015 to March 2018.

The assembly of a retaining clip for the child safety device is done in less than 15 minutes. According to our information, this also applies to over 1,200 right-hand drive Mercedes X-Class, which is practically identical to the Navara.

The Manufacturer-internal recall codes are “PS0C1” and “PG0C4“, 325.425 vehicles affected worldwide.



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