Nissan Motor Co. is recalling more than 2.14 million vehicles to address a faulty ignition relay, which could cause engine problems.
The March/Micra, Cube and about a dozen other models are affected by the recall, and were sold in Japan, the United States and Canada. The recall is the Japanese automaker’s third-largest ever
According to news reports, the ignition relay could cause the engine to stall or fail to restart. There have been no reports of accidents or injuries related to the ignition problem.
Nisan has not disclosed cost estimates on vehicle recalls, but said issue is an inexpensive fix and will take less than 25 minutes to repair the ignition relay.
As a Seattle personal injury attorney, I try to keep track of vehicle recalls, but they are seemingly more and more prominent because they are usually an expensive exercise for car companies. Last week, Toyota Motor Corp announced a recall of 1.66 million vehicles globally for defects involving the brake master cylinder and fuel pump wiring.