NISSAN Altima Vehicle Speed Control Recall | Feb 28, 1994

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1994 NISSAN Altima Vehicle Speed Control Recall | Feb 28, 1994

Engine Movement Can Be Transmitted To The Airflow Meter/filter Housing And Support Bracket, Which Is Mounted In The Engine Air Duct, Causing The Throttle Cable Housing To Pull Out Of The Cable Guide. This May Prevent The Throttle From Returning To The Idle Position When The Gas Pedal Is Released.

If This Were To Occur While The Vehicle Is In Motion, Loss Of Throttle Control Could Result In An Accident.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: Nissan Will Reposition The Throttle Cable Housing In The Support Bracket To Provide Additional Slack For Engine Movement. A Rubber Stopper Will Be Clamped To The Cable To Maintain The Correct Position For The Cable At The Support Bracket. In Addition, The Throttle Cable Will Be Tested For Pull Out Resistance From The Guide In The Event The Cable Was Damaged. The Throttle Assembly Will Be Replaced, If Necessary.

System: Fuel; Throttle Linkages And Control.vehicle Description: Passenger Vehicles.note: If Your Vehicle Is Presented To An Authorized Dealer On An Agreed Uponservice Date And The Remedy Is Not Provided Within A Reasonable Time And Free Of Charge Or The Remedy Does Not Correct The Defect Or Noncompliance, Please Contact Nissan Service At 1-310-532-3111. Also, Contact The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Auto Safety Hotline At 1-800-424-9393.

This recall was issued on Feb 28, 1994 for 1994 NISSAN Altima, manufactured by NISSAN NORTH AMERICA, INC., in response to Vehicle Speed Control problems.

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