The OCS mop-up continues as complaints continue to pour in about an airbag warning light that won't shut off.
Nissan (and Infiniti) is issuing a third recall to fix problems with airbag sensors not recognizing front-seat passengers.
"Nissan blames the problem on a supply chain error that caused incorrect occupant classification control unit parts to be installed on vehicles that received the incorrect part after the March 2014 recall was completed. There are also vehicles that were not part of the March recall but received the wrong part from other repairs."
The latest round includes many Nissan vehicles, as well as the 2013 JX35, 2014-15 QX60, and 2014 QX60 Hybrid.keep reading article "Another Month, Another OCS Recall for Nissan and Infiniti"
The hood release cable was installed incorrectly in over 170,000 Nissan and Infiniti vehicles, preventing the latch from working as it should.
That means the hood could fly open while driving, which I'm told is really bad for visibility.
Nissan says the recalled vehicles include the 2013-2014 Nissan Pathfinder and Pathfinder hybrid, 2013 Infiniti JX35, 2014 Infiniti QX60 and the QX60 hybrid.
The fix includes making the cable longer, but there's no word on when that'll begin.keep reading article "Hood Release Latch Recall"