Nissan has issued two recalls for its D23 Navara.
The first recall applies to D23 Navara QR25 (campaign number R1620). The VIN ranges for the affected Navaras are: MNT*A2D23A0000002 to MNT*A2D23A0000645 – although, not all vehicles in this range are affected by the recall.
The report indicates a malfunction indicator light (MIL) or engine light warning fails to illuminate when an exhaust system sensor fails.
This means the driver of the vehicle is unaware of any malfunction, and that their vehicle may not comply with regulations.
This malfunction also affects F15 Dukes.
If unsure whether your Nissan is affected, contact your local dealer to find out and get a free fix.
The second recall concerns the Navara Genuine Tradesman Canopy. According to the recall report, the side and rear lift windows of the canopy – where the window stoppers are – may cause the window to be out of alignment.
This may cause the safety glass to shatter when the window is opened or closed, which could cause serious injury.
The affected VIN range is from MNTC**D23A0000026 to MNTC**D23A0015265 – although, not all VINs are affected by the recall.
Owners of the affected canopy are advised to contact their local Nissan dealer to arrange for the window stoppers to be replaced with an improved design.
And in further recall news, Jaguar Land Rover has recalled its 2.0-litre diesel-powered 2016 Range Rover Evoque for a fuel leak.
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