Transport Canada Recall - 2019044 - NISSAN
Please see corrective actions section below
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When the car is parked in very cold temperatures for a long time, a relay in the brake system may freeze. If this happens, multiple brake warnings will stay on in the instrument cluster after the car is started. The driver may also notice a hard brake pedal. If the car is driven, this could cause an increase in stopping distance.
An increase in stopping distance could create the risk of a crash.
The company will mail owners a letter explaining this problem. The letter will describe how the brake warnings work. Drivers should not drive the car if the warnings stay on. Nissan will provide a 4 year/80,000 km warranty extension to repair the problem with relay freezing.
Visit Transport Canada’s Motor Vehicle Safety Recalls Database for the original recall.