If you own a 2014 Nissan Rogue, it’s time to take it to the dealership and have it fixed as soon as possible. Nissan has issued a recall for more than 46,000 of the cars because of safety concerns.
According to the company, the fuel pumps in the cars are covered with nickel plating. This plating can flake off over time, causing the fuel pump to malfunction. The result is that the car can either fail to start, or else the engine could suddenly shut down in traffic – leading to potentially deadly accidents.
Owners of 2014 Nissan Rogue vehicles are asked to bring their cars to their local dealership as soon as possible to have the fuel pumps fixed free of charge. They report that it is a very quick repair, and can be done while you wait.
Not responding to the recall could lead to serious injury or death, the company warned. In addition, the value of a car goes down the longer consumers fail to respond to a vehicle recall.
We will add the individual cars affected by the recall to our vehicle recall database as soon as we are provided with the VIN numbers for the vehicles.
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