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Warning for owners of older Nissans

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  • Nissan issues a warning about air bags.
  • Older models are affected.
  • They are offering free replacement and towing.

Attention! Nissan issues a warning to the owners of over 84,000 older vehicles.

The Takata airbag inflators in these cars have a higher risk of exploding in an accident, potentially ejecting dangerous metal fragments.

Notably, one person died after the inflator exploded, and 58 people have been injured since 2015.

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Nissan issues a warning about air bags in older vehicles

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There are several models listed in the warning.

These include Sentras from 2002 to 2006, as well as certain SUV Pathfinders from 2002 to 2004 and SUV Infiniti QX4s from 2002 and 2003.

To check the risk for other vehicles, it is recommended that consumers visit or

Another option is to enter the 17-digit Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), according to The Associated Press.

What owners should do

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Nissan urges owners to contact their dealer to schedule a free appointment to replace the airbag inflators.

They also offer free towing to dealerships.

And in some areas, mobile services and loaner cars are available.

«The risk to vehicle occupants is higher in older models because the age of the airbag is a contributing factor,» stated the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in a press release.

More than 700,000 cars were recalled in 2020

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According to the AP, Nissan originally recalled 736,422 vehicles in 2020 to replace the Takata airbag inflators.

Nearly 84,000 remain unrepaired and are believed to still be in use.

The company claims it has made numerous attempts to reach the owners with unrepaired Takata inflators.

Lastly, it was reported that the person who died in 2018 was driving a 2006 Sentra.

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