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Latest Nissan Recalls 2024: Is Your Nissan on The List?

The Latest Nissan Recalls 2024

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The latest Nissan Recalls have affected models like Ariya, Sentra, Versa, and Kicks to name a few models. Will some of these issues warrant a Lemon Law claim?

In recent years, Nissan North America, Inc. has taken proactive measures to address potential safety concerns in various vehicle models.

We will highlight the most important recalls and update you on what Nissan is suggesting owners do to rectify these defects.

2024 Lastest Nissan Recalls By Brand

Before we get into the thick of things, let’s chat about what’s sparking these recalls. It’s like Nissan hit a bit of a pothole on Quality Control Boulevard. From sedans to SUVs, a few models have been called back to the shop to iron out some defects. But don’t worry, it’s all part of the journey to ensure your ride is as smooth as silk and safe as houses..

2024 Nissan Murano Recall

2024 Murano

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) issued a recall due to an incorrect primer used during the installation of quarter glass assemblies resulting in the left and right quarter glass detaching from the vehicle.

Nissan Altima 2024 Recalls

2024 Nissan Altima

The bolts connecting the power steering unit to the steering rack may loosen, causing steering lock-up or loss of steering control. Dealers will replace the steering gear assembly free of charge.

2022 Nissan LEAF 2024 Recall

2018-2022 LEAF

Damage to the camera harness can cause distortion or loss of the rearview camera display image. As such, these vehicles fail to comply with the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard number 111, "Rear Visibility."

2023 Nissan Ariya Recall

A recall for 9,813 2023 Ariya vehicles due to concerns related to the inverter software was released.

The identified issue poses a potential safety hazard as the software may detect a short circuit, leading to an abrupt shutdown of the EV system. This unexpected loss of drive power significantly heightens the risk of vehicular accidents.


To address this safety concern, Nissan has devised the following remedy:

Reprogramming of Inverter Software: Authorized dealerships will conduct the reprogramming of the inverter software, ensuring its proper functionality and reliability.

This service will be provided to affected vehicle owners at no cost, aiming to rectify the underlying issue and enhance the safety of the vehicles on the road. 

Second Recall PC956

The steering wheel can detach from the steering column because of a loose or missing bolt. If the steering wheel feels loose or has a rocking back-and-forth motion, take it to the closest Nissan dealership for an immediate fix.

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2023 Nissan Pathfinder, Infiniti QX60 and Rouge Recall

Units Affected

12,400 Nissan Pathfinder, Infiniti QX60 and Rouge. Recall PC966, PC967.

Recall Issue

Drivers seat is not fully attached to the seat frame causing the frame welds to break from the inboard seat bracket.

The Fix

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2018-2023 Nissan Leaf Recall

Units Affected

66,159 Nissan Leaf Vehicles have this defect. Recall number R23A6.

Recall Issue

“D” to “B”; e-Pedal “On”; or “ECO” mode may accelerate the vehicle if the driving mode is changed while the car is in movement after cruise control.

The Fix

Dealers will need to reprogram the VCM (Vehicle Control Module) to correct the problem. Nissan will be releasing notification letters by August 30, 2023.

2017-2022 Rogue Sports and 2014-2020 Rogue Recall

Units Affected

712,458 2017-2022 Rogue Sport and 2014-2022 Rogue vehicles have the defect.

Recall Issue

Vehicles that come with the jackknife style ignition key. The key might fold while driving shutting off the vehicle in motion.

The Fix

Dealer will insert a spacer so the jackknife key cannot fold.

Nissan Side Airbag Recall

Units Affected

404,690 2008-2011 Nissan Titan, Frontier, Pathfinder, Armada, Xterra and 2008-2009 Quest vehicles.

Recall Issue

Driver airbag cover could crack and detach if deployed. The emblem on the cover might come off if deployed and hit the driver at a fast speed.

The Fix

Dealers will reach out to owners via mail to fix the defect free of charge. Recall Numbers PC944, PC945 and PC946.

2017 Nissan Rogue Recall

Units Affected

125,215 2017 Rogue vehicles affected. Recall Number PC934.

Recall Issue

The dash side harness connector may corrode because of potential contact with water. This could be a fire hazzard.

The Fix

The dealership with replace the connector if corroded.

2019-2021 Altima and 2020-2021 Sentra Recall: Rearview Camera Issues

A recall for 153,376 2019-2021 Altima and 2020-2021 Sentra vehicles was released, affecting an estimated 153,376 units.

The recall addresses potential damage to the camera harness, leading to distortion or loss of the rearview camera display image. This issue violates Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard number 111, “Rear Visibility,” as it impairs the driver’s rearview, elevating the risk of accidents.


Dealerships will conduct thorough inspections of the rearview camera and harness for any signs of damage. If damage is detected, affected components will be replaced.

In cases where no damage is found, protective tape will be applied, and the rearview camera harness will be rerouted. All repairs will be carried out at no cost to the vehicle owners.

Notification letters will be sent to owners by October 19, 2023. For further assistance, owners can reach Nissan’s customer service at 1-800-867-7669, citing recall number R23C3.

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2020-2022 Nissan Sentra Recall: Tie Rod May Bend

2020-2022 Nissan Sentra Recalled 236,238 vehicles because of potential issues with the left and/or right tie rod, which may bend.

A bent tie rod can lead to breakage, resulting in a loss of steering control and posing an increased risk of a crash.


Affected owners are urged to contact their dealer for assistance with transportation if they notice symptoms such as an off-center steering wheel or vibrations.

Dealers will conduct inspections and replace any bent or broken tie rods free of charge as an interim solution. Upon availability of newly designed parts, dealers will replace both left and right tie rods at no cost.

Interim notification letters are scheduled for mailing on October 5, 2023, with a subsequent letter to follow once the final remedy is ready. For inquiries, owners can reach Nissan’s customer service at 1-800-867-7669, referencing recall number R23B3.

This recall supersedes and extends the scope of recall number 21V-461, requiring previously repaired vehicles under 21V-461 to undergo the new remedy.

2021 Nissan Versa and Kicks Recall: Power Steering Issue

11,824 Nissan Versa and Kicks recalls have been issued due to a potential issue with the electric power steering (EPS) torque sensor. An intermittent electrical connection in the torque sensor can lead to the disabling of the power steering assist.

This loss of assist may result in increased steering effort, particularly at low speeds, heightening the risk of a crash.


Dealers will inspect the steering column torque sensor lot code and replace the steering column assembly at no cost if necessary.

Owner notification letters are set to be sent out on September 8, 2023. Owners can reach Nissan’s customer service at 1-800-867-7669.

This recall pertains to vehicles that underwent previous inspections but did not receive a steering column replacement under recall number 22V-693. These vehicles will require reinspection for this recall.

Our Thoughts on The Latest Nissan Recalls

Nissan is a respected brand within the automotive industry with years of experience and millions of cars on the road. These latest recalls issued have been relatively simple fixes that have not taken too long to fix. 

The Nissan Leaf recall has been the most significant recall to date but owners have been satisfied with the fix and we have seen very few Lemon Law claims related to the issue.

As more and more drivers switch over to EVs, consumers need to do the work and research each brand to ensure that the vehicle will meet their needs and expectations when it comes to a daily driver. 

The Latest Nissan Recalls 2024 FAQs

The latest Nissan recall involves specific 2019-2021 Altima and 2022-2021 Sentra vehicles due to damage to the camera harness, which can affect the rearview camera display. This recall affects 153,376 vehicles and was issued to address potential safety concerns arising from distorted or lost rearview camera images.

You can use Nissan’s VIN lookup tool or check with authorized dealerships to determine if your vehicle is subject to any recalls.

If your Nissan vehicle is recalled, you should contact your nearest dealership to schedule an inspection or repair, which will be performed free of charge.

Nissan continuously updates its recall information, typically releasing new notices after identifying safety concerns. You can stay informed about the latest recalls through Nissan’s official channels, such as their website, authorized dealerships or checking back here at

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