Nissan Rogue Vehicles Are Being Recalled

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The Consumer Reports agency states that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration issued a recall for an approximate number of 7,300 vehicles of the 2011 Nissan Rogue model. According to the news, the recall is related to an incorrect installation of electric parts. The alleged incorrect installation, according to the national agency may cause a serious failure of the electric power steering systems in the Nissan Rogue vehicles.

According to the NHTSA, the affected cars were put together between August 2010 and October 2011. The issue was described to be provoked because the circuit board from the electric power steering known as EPS was poorly settled, leading most connections to fail. Eventually, the vehicle loses its power steering assistance due to these problems. According to the agency, this issue possibly leads to serious collisions.

Nissan has announced that all registered owners will be notified of the recall right away.

As a Renton car accident attorney I urge Nissan Rogue owners in Washington to take their cars to dealerships in a timely manner so the faulty EPS control unit will be entirely replaced for free. Personal injury lawyers know of the dangers related to faulty vehicles. Don’t live with this serious accident threat to you, other drivers and pedestrians, respond quickly.

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