JX35 Recalled for Defective Passenger Seat Airbag Sensor

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It's been a rough few months for the JX35. It's been investigated for sudden stops, then it was recalled for a bad gas gauge, and now the 2013 model year's faulty passenger airbag sensor is getting recalled too. Nissan says sensors within the passenger occupant detection system may have been manufactured out of specification which could cause the air bag to be suppressed permanently.

The recall also includes Nissan vehicles and is expected to begin in April 2013.

More information on carcomplaints.com

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