Vehicles can be recalled by their manufacturers for any number of reasons. Nearly all of these are due to potential safety issues, which is why it's so important that you respond to any vehicle recall notice that you receive in a timely fashion. If you aren't sure if the Nissan vehicle that you've been driving has been the subject of a recall, you can always fill out the form below to find out. Our staff will be in touch with you about what you should do next.

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What Do I Do If There is a Recall for My Vehicle?

If there is a recall for your vehicle, don't panic. It does mean that there is a potential safety issue that needs to be addressed, but it doesn't mean that your vehicle is defective or that you should never drive it. The issue is usually relatively minor, and it is often easy to repair. Simply make an appointment with our service center to have the issue fixed, and your Nissan will be back on the road in no time.

Will I Have to Pay for Recall Repairs?

You shouldn't have to pay for recall repairs on your vehicle. The issue is due to a manufacturing issue, so the manufacturer is obligated to cover the costs of the repair. You will most likely receive instructions on how to reach the manufacturer to be reimbursed for the repairs if you had to pay for them up front. Keep in mind that this only applies to repairs that fall under the scope of the recall; you will still be responsible for any additional repairs that need to be made. Our staff will help determine which repairs will be covered in the recall and which ones will not.



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