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Summary on April 8, 2002
On certain sport utility vehicles, water and impurities can enter into the ignition switch, causing a short circuit.
Summary on April 5, 2002
Certain passenger vehicles were built with missing or under-torqued steering gear attachment bolts. if a bolt is missing, the driver may notice uneven steering response or unusual noises during turns.
Summary on April 5, 2002
On certain pickup trucks equipped with manual transmissions, failure of the front parking brake cable input button could result in failure of the parking brake system to hold the vehicle stationary.
RepairPal Expert Overview on April 5, 2002
On certain passenger vehicles, a component in the inflator of some passenger air bag modules was not welded properly.
Summary on April 5, 2002
In some minivans, water and other contaminants (dirt, salt, etc.) can enter into the right rear passenger compartment due to a missing body sealer.
Summary on April 1, 2002
On some passenger vehicles, certain electric cooling fans could be inadequate in a hot climate. under certain circumstances, excessive heat could be generated.
RepairPal Expert Overview on March 29, 2002
On some manual transmission trucks equipped with the fx4 package, the rear axle differential case could fracture under a high torque event such as when customers accelerate rapidly from a stop or when a spinning tire suddenly gains traction.
Summary on March 27, 2002
On certain passenger vehicles. if the engine fails to start and the driver holds the key in the "start" position for an extended period, high current flows through the ignition switch, and sometimes produces enough heat to melt internal switch parts.
Summary on March 25, 2002
On certain passenger vehicles, a problem in the manufacturing process of the rear brake rotors may have resulted in the creation of a crack where the brake disc and the parking brake drum meet. further cracking of the rotor could occur due to braking torque when the vehicle is driven and the brakes are applied. the brake drum, connected to the wheel hub, would completely separate from the disc.
Summary on March 21, 2002
On certain passenger vehicles, the brake master cylinders may not function properly in ambient temperatures below freezing 32 degrees fahrenheit and lower).
RepairPal Expert Overview on March 21, 2002
On passenger vehicles with vehicle identification numbers (vin) starting with 1nx only and built from january 8 through february 13, 2002, it is possible for the bolts that join the rear brake and hub assembly to the rear axle carrier to be loose due to insufficient tightening during the assembly process.
Summary on March 21, 2002
Vehicle description: passenger vehicles equipped with a fuel and vapor leak detection system. a "blind cover" at the filler neck of the fuel tank may not seal properly allowing fuel vapor to escape.
Summary on March 18, 2002
On some passenger vehicles equipped with a nissan-approved accessory floor mat that was installed either at the assembly plant or by the dealer, due to the length of the driver side floor mat, a small amount of mat movement could cause the mat to interfere with the accelerator pedal and not allow the pedal to release after it is depressed.
Summary on March 15, 2002
On certain passenger vehicles, during the strut mount manufacturing process, the thrust bearing was not properly positions and secured. if the suspension is fully unloaded, the front strut could separate from the upper mount.
RepairPal Expert Overview on March 12, 2002

The attaching bolts on one or both rear wheel hubs may not have been tightened to specification.

General Motors will notify owners of affected vehicles beginning March 12, 2002. If you are experiencing a vibration, noise, or looseness from the rear wheel area, or you don't receive notification and you feel you should have, please contact your dealer. It's helpful to have your vehicle identification number (VIN) when you call.

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