One million Nissan cars
Recently the Nissan brand has declared about recalling of about one million cars.
It has come to notice us that one of the largest and the most popular Japanese carmakers Nissan announced the recalling of about one million cars because of a defect in airbags system.
There is a problem in the OCS (occupant classification system), which may not identify is a seat empty or not and fail the activation of airbags when collusions.
Cars that are affected to recall include most 2013 cars such as the JX35, NV200, models of 2014 –the Q50 and QX60 and also Pathfinder, Altima, Sentra and Leaf models launch in period from 2013 to 2014.
The OCS cannot work if during driving an “empty” seat accidentally becomes occupied or if a passenger seats in unusual seating positions. In such cases, the airbags are not able to deploy.
Currently, Nissan has begun the official notification that all owners of affected vehicles have to bring their cars to fix this defect and certainly free of charge.
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