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Nissan Cube Recalls

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Most Recent Nissan Cube Recall

On July 1, 2015, Nissan recalled 14,595 Nissan Cube. Nissan north america, inc. (nissan) is recalling certain model year 2014 versa sedan vehicles manufactured july 16, 2013, to january 29, 2014, 2013-2014 cube vehicles manufactured july 3, 2013, to october 21, 2013, and 2013-2014 juke vehicles manufactured july 3, 2013, to october 22, 2013. when exposed to hot temperatures, the affected vehicles have an engine start/stop button that may stick inside the button housing.
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Nissan Cube Recall Details

RepairPal Expert Overview on July 1, 2015

The engine start/stop button may engage unexpectedly due to sticking inside its housing. The engine could shut off unexpectedly as a result.

Recalls on your Nissan must be performed by a Nissan dealership. Nissan began notifying known owners of affected vehicles beginning in August, 2015. If you did not receive a notification, but wish to check to see if your vehicle is included, please contact one of your local Nissan dealerships. They will also check for any other uncompleted recalls on your vehicle. For best results, be prepared to provide your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) to the service department consultant you speak with.

RepairPal Expert Overview on September 13, 2010
Nissan is recalling model year 2009-2010 nissan cube vehicles manufactured from january 30, 2009 through july 30, 2010. these vehicles fail to comply with the requirements of federal motor vehicle safety standard no. 301, "fuel system integrity." when the vehicle was rotated following a rear moving barrier crash test as required, the amount of fuel leakage exceeded the allowable limits.
RepairPal Expert Overview on November 9, 2009
Nissan is recalling certain model year 2008-2010 vehicles originally sold in or currently registered in the states of connecticut, delaware, iowa, illinois, indiana, massachusetts, maine, maryland, michigan, minnesota, missouri, new hampshire, new jersey, new york, ohio, pennsylvania, rhode island, vermont, washington d.c., west virginia and wisconsin. the material in the nut used to secure the sensor-transmitter of the tire pressure monitoring system (tpms) may corrode and potentially crack in areas with heavy concentrations of road salt. if this occurs, the nut may come out of the sensor-transmitter and the tpms lamp will illuminate.
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