Franklin, TN – November 19, 2021 – Nissan (OTCMKTS:NSANY) has recalled 5,905 hybrids that may stall on the road, increasing the risk of an accident. The recall includes the following cars:
- 2017 Nissan Rogue hybrid vehicles
- 2018 Nissan Rogue hybrid vehicles
- 2019 Nissan Rogue hybrid vehicles
The recall centers around an issue with the engine harness, which is a bundle of wires that connects the engine to the rest of the car.
In the recalled vehicles, these wires may rub against another part of the car and become damaged, which could cause a short circuit. This might lead to a blown fuse, which would cause the car to lose power entirely and stall.
Stalls, especially in faster-moving traffic, can be very dangerous, putting a car at risk of getting hit. Read more about what to do if your car stalls on the road in this article about a recent Chrysler stalling recall.
Background of the recall
The part of the car that the harness may rub against is called the electronic module control (ECM) bracket. The ECM is a computer that controls over 100 elements in the car and the bracket physically supports it.
The harness that is the center of this recall has part number 240126FM0C.
Nissan will install a wire harness protector to guard the wires from damage from the Nissan ECM bracket. Nissan will start notifying owners about the recall on December 15.
Nissan recently recalled over 7,000 other hybrids for another stalling issue. This recall affected Infiniti, Murano and Pathfinder hybrids.
Is your vehicle part of this recall?
Over 5,900 vehicles are included in this Nissan Rogue recall. Use MotorSafety’s free vehicle lookup tool to do a Nissan recall check.