1993 NISSAN Van Engine And Engine Cooling,cooling System,hose Recall | Mar 15, 1993
Nissan Has Made A Preliminary Determination That A Defect Exists In Engine Compartment Component(s) That May Fail Due To The Engine Compartment Heat.
The Undetermined Engine Compartment Component(s) Cancause An Engine Compartment Fire, Resulting In Possible Injury To Vehicleoccupants.
Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: Dealers Will Install A New Design Cooling System Including The Fan Belts, Radiator, Water Pump, Alternator, Freeze Plug Shields, And Associated Hoses. The Remedy Will Also Include A New Auxiliary Electric Fan And Power Steering Fluid Cooler. To Complete The Remedy, A Warning System To Monitor Cooling System Performance Will Be Installed To Detect Potential Engine Overheating.
System: Engine Compartment.vehicle Description: Passenger Vans.note: See Nhtsa Campaign 94v031000 For Further Recall Information On These Vans.
This recall was issued on Mar 15, 1993 for 1993 NISSAN Van, manufactured by NISSAN NORTH AMERICA, INC., in response to Engine And Engine Cooling,cooling System,hose problems.
1991 NISSAN Van Engine And Engine Cooling,cooling System,hose Recall | Dec 27, 1991
The Cooling System Hoses Deteriorate And Fail Because Of Inadequate Heat Resistance. Failure First Occurs At The Clamp Connections, Causing Coolant Fluid To Be Leaked Or Sprayed Onto The Engine Compartment Components.
If The Vehicle Is Operated With A Low Coolant Level, Thecooling System Temperature And Pressure Would Rise Very Quickly. Coolantreaching The Hot Exhaust Manifold Can Ignite And Cause An Engine Compartmentfire.
Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: Replace The Defective Cooling System Hoses With Improved Heat Resistant Hoses, Modify The Coolant Recovery System To Prevent Sudden Increases In Cooling System Temperature And Pressure, And Replace Engine Compartment Components Which May Have Been Damaged Or Would Deteriorate With Time.
System: Cooling System.vehicle Description: Passenger Vans.note: Included In The Campaign Service Will Be An Engine Oil And Filter Changeas Well As A Complete Cooling System Service. Also, Your Dealer Is Authorized Toprovide A Loaner Car, At No Charge, While Van Is Being Serviced. The Warranty Onall Powertrain Components Is Extended To Six Years Or 100,000 Miles. Previouslyextended Powertrain Warranty Costs Will Be Reimbursed, If Requested.
This recall was issued on Dec 27, 1991 for 1991 NISSAN Van, manufactured by NISSAN NORTH AMERICA, INC., in response to Engine And Engine Cooling,cooling System,hose problems.
1994 NISSAN Van Engine And Engine Cooling,cooling System,hose Recall | Feb 25, 1994
Engine Compartment Fires And Other Thermal Incidents Have Occurred On Vehicles Which Had Received All Of The Remedies Provided By A Previous Safety-related Recall (nhtsa Campaign No. 93v036000). The Fires Are Attributed To Errors In Installing The Remedy Specified In The Recall.
If The Remedy Specified For Recall 93v036000 Was Not Performed Correctly Or The Vehicle Has Not Received The Remedy, A Fire Could Occur.
Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: Nissan Will Offer To Repurchase These Vehicles From The Owners. The Vehicles Will Then Be Destroyed. For Owners That Decline The Repurchase Offer Nissan Will Provide A Reinspection Of Their Vehicle, Free Of Charge, To Confirm The Prior Recall Was Completed Properly. Also, Nissan Will Perform Any Recall-related Repairs That May Be Needed At No Charge To The Owner.
System: Engine Cooling System; Hoses.vehicle Description: Passenger, C22 Vans.note: Please Contact Nissan Service Center At 1-800-677-7822 For More Information Concerning This Recall. Consumers Can Also Contact The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Auto Safety Hotline At 1-800-424-9393.
This recall was issued on Feb 25, 1994 for 1994 NISSAN Van, manufactured by NISSAN NORTH AMERICA, INC., in response to Engine And Engine Cooling,cooling System,hose problems.