All Car Recalls
There is a trim shield on the sides of the second row seat. If the seat is folded flat and is then returned to the upright position, the safety belt buckle could get hung up on that trim shield. This might affect the ability of the seat belt to be buckled, increasing the risk of injury to the occupant.
There are interior trim pieces that are to the left and right of the windshield. This trim may have been manufactured with a fastener that keeps the side curtain air bag from deploying properly in a collision.
The tire pressure information on the tire and loading label on the door frame may contain incorrect information about the maximum inflation pressure. Also, the tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) software may be calibrated incorrectly. This does not conform to the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard.
Honda has recalled 585 models because the shift lever may not select the correct gear. Improper gear selection can increase the risk of a crash.
It was determined during vehicle crash testing that fuel leakage after a crash exceeded acceptable limits.
The grill covers that protect the front turn signals also prevent them from being bright enough.
The manual transmission may become noisy due to a lack of lubrication. If the noise is ignored, the transmission could fail, resulting in a loss of vehicle control.
A poorly fitting driver's side floor mat may cause the gas pedal to stick, which could lead to uncontrolled acceleration. A stuck gas pedal can result in very high vehicle speeds, which may lead to a crash.
The trim near the headliner in the middle of the vehicle along the side "B-Pillars" have pushpins that do not meet crash protection standards.
The door of the lower storage compartment, in the center of the dashboard, may not stay closed in the event of a crash, increasing an increased risk of injury.
Nissan is recalling certain 2004 - 2010 Titan, Armada, & QX56 vehicles. Also included are 2005 - 2010 Frontier, Xterra, and Pathfinder vehicles for faulty front and/or rear lower control arms in the vehicle's suspension systems. According to the automaker, the problem lies in the control arm's attaching point to the vehicle's chassis. These are called "Cylindrical Collars" and they are welded to the control arm. During the manufacturing process, some collars may contain welds that do not meet Nissan's strength specifications, resulting in the collars possibly separating from the control arm/s. Should this happen, the vehicle handling might possibly diminish to the degree that a crash could occur.
In the event of a crash, the front passenger airbag may not deploy. This would increase the risk of personal injury to the seat occupant.
A problem with the steering control system may allow the steering wheel to become off-center after the driver has fully turned the wheel in one direction. If this happens while driving, the risk of a crash is increased.