Nissan Recall 14,000 Cars Over Steering Wheel Fault

14,000 Nissan Mirca’s are to be recalled in Ireland as part of worldwide recall of some 841,000 vehicles.

It is understood they are being recalled over a bolt in the steering, which wasn’t properly secured. Models effected were manufactured between 2002 and 2006.

Nissan have assured driver that there have been no accidents reported because of the fault and that the steering wheel will simply feel loser.

The manufacturer will offer customers a repair, which will simply involve retightening the loose bolt.


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