Nissan’s littlest crossover, the Juke, is being recalled. As of now, approximately 28,294 vehicles are at risk, all of which are 2011 model years. Certain models built from April 9, 2010 through May 12, 2011 could be affected. The reason for the recall is because of the 1.6 liter engine’s turbocharging system. The bracket that holds the turbo’s boost sensor may not have been properly installed which may lead to a separation of the piece. Because of the defective weld, the entire bracket can fall off the air inlet tube. This would ultimately cause the engine to stall.
The full-blown recall will happen on or around January 9, 2012. Nissan will notify Juke owners and direct them to certified dealerships to remedy the issue. The technicians will then inspect the lot number on the air inlet to determine if it carries the bad weld. If so, a replacement will be installed at no extra cost to the Juke drivers.
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