Nissan Recall 80,000 Vehicles ~ OPOLAW Injury Blog

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Nissan Recall 80,000 Vehicles

Car company Nissan is recalling 70,000 Murano SUVs and 10,000 Maxima sedans in North America because of an ignition key defect. The rods which connect ignition to parts that start the car engine are too long, resulting in cars not starting properly or engines starting when the steering wheel is moved, despite the car ignition being off. The recalls are only relevant to models using Nissan's "intelligent keys" with integrated circuit chips inside, which allows drivers to open their car doors with the keys still inside their pocket.

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