Vehicles Affected: Approximately 91,300 model-year 2017-19 Nissan Titan gasoline pickup trucks
The Problem: The alternator harness may have been damaged during engine installation and could cause an electrical short. An electrical short may cause an engine stall, increasing the risk of a crash or a fire.
The Fix: Dealers will inspect the alternator harness for proper routing and possible damage; the harness will be clipped into the correct position or replaced as necessary. All repairs will be done for free.
What Owners Should Do: Nissan will begin notifying owners Tuesday. Owners can call Nissan at 800-867-7669, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s vehicle-safety hotline at 888-327-4236 or visit its website to check their vehicle identification number and learn more.
Need to Find a Dealer for Service? Go to Cars.com Service & Repair to find your local dealer. To check for other recalls, and to schedule a free recall repair at your local dealership, click here: Nissan Titan
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