NISSAN ALMERA (2004 – 2006) – A NON-DESICCATED AIRBAG INFLATOR WAS USED DURING PREVIOUS RECALL

Published on 17 August 2018
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NISSAN ALMERA (04/01/2004 – 24/11/2006) RECALL:
In 2013 Nissan announced a Recall campaign to replace Takata SPI front passenger airbag inflators. A non-desiccated passenger airbag inflator was used for the replacement. Although there have been no known incidents associated with inflators of this type, Nissan has decided to replace all inflators previously repaired with a non-desiccated inflator to a new desiccated version.


Remedy: Replace the front passenger airbag inflator with a new dessicated type.

Is my car affected?

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Recall Launch Date17/08/2018
Recall NoR/2018/100
MakeNISSAN
ModelALMERA
Recall Model InformationNavara (D22) Almera (N16) Tino (V10) Patrol (Y61) Terrano (R20) X-TRAIL (T30)
Manufacturer RefPG8BA / PS8B0
VIN start
VIN end
Build start04/01/2004
Build end24/11/2006
Vehicle numbers27623

What the owner should do?

If you read about a recall that you think may affect your car, you should make immediate contact with a NISSAN dealer or workshop that’s been officially authorised to perform repairs on behalf of the manufacturer and ask for the details.

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