Published on 17. 10. 2021
Due to a design change introducing an internal chamfer in the rear seatback lock button, the latch actuation rod can catch on this chamfer, preventing its upwards movement. As a result, the rear seatback may not be securely latched when returned to its upright position after folding, and the occupant of the rear seat and any items stored in the luggage compartment may not be correctly restrained in the event of an accident, increasing the risk of injury.
The Nissan Juke vehicles affected by this recall were manufactured between 18 September 2019 and 28 August 2020.
Nissan recall code: PG1CE
Affected models: Juke (F16), VIN’s: SJNFAAF16U1 (000063 – 064161)
Vehicle numbers (worldwide): 56,132
Source: Rapex Alert 41/2021 A12/01430/21
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