NISSAN Murano Power Train,automatic Transmission,gear Position Indication (prndl) Recall | Mar 31, 2003

2003 NISSAN Murano Power Train,automatic Transmission,gear Position Indication (prndl) Recall | Mar 31, 2003

On Certain Sport Utility Vehicles, The Nut That Attaches The Transmission Gear Selector Shaft To The Control Valve Lever In The Transmission May Not Be Adequately Tightened. This Could Result In The Transmission Not Actually Being In The Gear Indicated By The Gear Selector Lever. In Addition, The Transmission Position Display In The Instrument Panel May Not Be On Or May Be Incorrect.

If The Gear Displayed Is Different From The Gear Engaged, This Could Result In Unexpected Vehicle Movement And A Crash.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: Dealers Will Check The Affected Nut In The Transmission Shift Lever Linkage, And Tighten It If Necessary. Owner Notification Began April 15, 2003. Owners Who Take Their Vehicles To An Authorized Dealer On An Agreed Upon Service Date And Do Not Receive The Free Remedy Within A Reasonable Time Should Contact Nissan At 1-800-647-7261.

Nissan Recall No. R3009. Customers Can Also Contact The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Auto Safety Hotline At 1-888-dash-2-dot (1-888-327-4236).

This recall was issued on Mar 31, 2003 for 2003 NISSAN Murano, manufactured by NISSAN NORTH AMERICA, INC., in response to Power Train,automatic Transmission,gear Position Indication (prndl) problems.

NISSAN Altima Power Train,automatic Transmission,gear Position Indication (prndl) Recall | Sept 02, 1994

1994 NISSAN Altima Power Train,automatic Transmission,gear Position Indication (prndl) Recall | Sept 02, 1994

The Shift Lever Lock Plate, Which Prevents The Shift Lever From Being Inadvertently Moved From Park To Drive Or Neutral Position, Can Be Broken By The Transmission Shift Position Pin.

Inadvertent Movement Of The Transmission Shift Lever Without Operator Action Can Cause Vehicle Movement Which Can Result In A Vehicle Accident.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: Dealers Will Install A Bracket To Prevent The Shift Position Pin From Breaking The Shift Lever Lock Plate.

System: Power Train; Transmission; Automatic; Indicator; Lever.vehicle Description: Passenger Cars Equipped With Automatic Transmissions.note: If Your Vehicle Is Presented To An Authorized Dealer On An Agreed Upon Service Date And The Remedy Is Not Provided Free Of Charge Within A Reasonable Time Or The Remedy Does Not Correct The Defect, Please Contact Nissan At 1-800-647-7261. Also, Contact The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Auto Safety Hotline At 1-800-424-9393.

This recall was issued on Sept 02, 1994 for 1994 NISSAN Altima, manufactured by NISSAN NORTH AMERICA, INC., in response to Power Train,automatic Transmission,gear Position Indication (prndl) problems.

NISSAN Frontier Power Train,automatic Transmission,gear Position Indication (prndl) Recall | Mar 25, 1998

1998 NISSAN Frontier Power Train,automatic Transmission,gear Position Indication (prndl) Recall | Mar 25, 1998

Vehicle Description: Light Duty Passenger Trucks Equipped With Automatic Transmissions. A Securing Pin Inside The Automatic Transmission Control Device Assembly Can Come Loose Allowing The Shift Lever To Be Inadvertently Moved Out Of The Park Position With The Key In The Ignition.

This Could Result In A Crash If The Parking Brake Is Not Engaged.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: Dealers Will Inspect The Automatic Transmission Control Device Assembly And Replace It If Necessary.

Owner Notification Began April 13, 1998.owners Who Take Their Vehicles To An Authorized Dealer On An Agreed Upon Service Date And Do Not Receive The Free Remedy Within A Reasonable Time Should Contact Nissan At 1-800-nissan-1 (1-800-647-7261).also Contact The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Auto Safety Hotline At 1-888-dash-2-dot (1-888-327-4236).

This recall was issued on Mar 25, 1998 for 1998 NISSAN Frontier, manufactured by NISSAN NORTH AMERICA, INC., in response to Power Train,automatic Transmission,gear Position Indication (prndl) problems.