Nissan Recalls Over 700,000 Sentra Sedans- November 2007
Nissan issued a major recall of Altima and Sentra sedans to correct a faulty crankshaft sensor that can cause the engine to shut down unexpectedly. The recall covers over 700,000 cars sold in the United States, Canada and Mexico.
Nissan stated the models recalled have a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engines and manufactured in 2002 and between 2005-'06.
The crankshaft sensor on some engines is susceptible to overheating, which in some cases can cause the engine to stall quit working.
The majority of the cars — more than 650,000 — were sold in the U.S.
See Nissan Crash Page.
If you have been injured in a car accident related to the engine failure in a Nissan Sentra, we may be able to help you find an attorney. Please fill out the information here and we will refer your case to an attorney in our national network of counsel. If your car is simply subject to the recall and you have not been involved in a car accident call your local dealer for Free repairs to the crankshaft sensor.
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