Transport Canada Recall # 2016179
2014, 2015, 2016, Nissan Rogue
Important Safety Recall Information for Nissan Rogue Owners
Transport Canada recently announced a safety recall on the Nissan Rogue. Model years involved are most 2014-2016 Nissan Rogue models.
To find out if your vehicle qualifies for this recall, find your VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) and submit the short form below.
Recall Date: 2016/04/25
Notification Type: Safety
System: Seats & Restraints
Recall Details: On certain Nissan Rogue models, a defect in the occupant classification system could allow an adult sitting in the front passenger seat to be classified as a child or an “empty seat.” This would suppress the airbag, which could increase the risk of injury in a crash. For affected Rogue vehicles, dealers will reprogram the airbag control unit and the occupant classification system control unit.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Q: Is this a safety recall campaign?
A: Yes. A stop sale is in effect for new vehicles in dealer inventory.
Q: Is there any charge for the repair?
A: No. The repair will be performed free of charge for parts and labour.
Q: What can a customer expect after a campaign repair?
A: Performing the repair will change the operation of the Passenger Airbag Indicator (PABI) light. After performing the repair, the passenger airbag indicator light will be ON (illuminated) when the front passenger seat is empty. The red airbag warning lamp operation does not change as a result of this repair.
Q: How long will the corrective action take?
A: This repair should take approximately 1 hour to complete. However, depending on the work schedule for the day, the vehicle may need to be kept at the dealership for a slightly longer period of time.
Q: Will I have to take my vehicle back to the selling dealer to have the service performed?
A: No, any authorized Nissan dealer is able to perform the repair. Our service team at West Coast Nissan will happily perform this repair regardless of where you purchased your vehicle.