Automotive recall

Transport Canada Recall - 2022313 - NISSAN

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Summary

Product
SUV recalled by NISSAN
Issue
Vehicle - Structure
What to do

Affected products

2013 | NISSAN | PATHFINDER, 2014 | NISSAN | PATHFINDER, 2015 | NISSAN | PATHFINDER, 2016 | NISSAN | PATHFINDER

Issue

Issue: Over time, dirt buildup could cause the secondary hood latch to stick open after it is used. If this happens, and the primary hood latch is released, the hood may open suddenly while driving. Safety Risk: A hood that opens suddenly while driving could block the driver's view and increase the risk of a crash. Corrective Actions: Nissan will notify owners by mail. The corrective actions for this recall are under development. Nissan will send you a second notice when a final repair is available. In the interim, Nissan will provide you with instructions for how to inspect the hood latch. If the hood latch does not move freely, you should take your vehicle to a Nissan dealership for inspection and repair. If the latch moves freely, you should follow the maintenance in the owner's manual or bring your vehicle to a dealership to perform the service free of charge.

Additional information

Background
Visit Transport Canada’s Motor Vehicle Safety Recalls Database for the original recall.
Details
Original published date:
Alert / recall type
Automotive recall
Category
Vehicles - SUV
Companies
Published by
Transport Canada
Audience
General public
Identification number
RA-64771
Transport Canada ID
2022313