UPDATE: And the Hits keep on Coming: Nissan Recalls 2.1 million vehicles worldwide

2005 Nissan Titan

It seems every automaker is getting caught by the recall bug these days, and Nissan isn’t immune.  According to reports, the automaker is recalling 2.1 million vehicles worldwide, with around 762,000 of them in North America.  The recall involves a wide range of vehicles, from the Cube to the Titan, and centers around a faulty ignition switch, which can cause the engine to stall and/or not restart.  Click past the jump for more details and a list of affected models.

Update 11/1/2010: We now have a list of the affected models and their model years, as well as the NHTSA’s press release.  Continue reading for the updates.

2005 Nissan Pathfinder

According to Automotive News, “the breakdown of the recalled U.S. models is: Titan 227,313 units, Pathfinder 143,471 units, Frontier 123,037 units, Armada 106,003 units, Xterra 101,483 units, Infiniti QX56 36,969 units.”

The recall affects models built between 2003 and 2006, and owners should expect to be notified in the coming weeks.

UPDATE: Affected models and model years are listed below:

Affected Model Model Years # of Vehicles
INFINITI / QX56 2004-2006 36,969
NISSAN / ARMADA 2004-2006 106,003
NISSAN / FRONTIER 2005-2006 123,037
NISSAN / PATHFINDER 2005-2006 143,471
NISSAN / TITAN 2004-2006 227,313
NISSAN / XTERRA 2005-2006 101,483

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by John Suit

Source: Automotive News, NHTSA


1 Response to “UPDATE: And the Hits keep on Coming: Nissan Recalls 2.1 million vehicles worldwide”

  • I am having the same problems with my 2007 armada. It turns over, but wont start. I had it towed to a nissan dealer in stanhope, NJ. They could find no codes and nothing wrong. I’ve been researching and thinks it is the IPDM board(284B6-ZC00A).

    When will my year have a recall?

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