Japan’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport said the cars are sold between March 19, 2013 and September 14, 2013.
If you have a damaged or leaking brake system, please contact Nissan at 1-800-624-3087, or visit www.nissan-usa.com . Here’s some safety tips to consider if you have a damaged or leaking brake system:
A small amount of fluid in the brake fluid can create a spark. If a spark occurs, it could ignite fuel on the brake fluid lines and create a fire. It is especially dangerous when dealing with brake fluid that is older or corroded. Remove a defective brake fluid for inspection and replacement by a trusted Nissan technician.
To report a brake fluid leak , call Nissan Customer Service at 1-800-255-2681.
If you are still having problems with your vehicle’s brake system, contact the dealer who sold the car or visit www.nissan-usa.com .
All owners, whether through the consumer’s vehicle ownership or sales records, are strongly encouraged to contact the Department of Transportation’s Office of Highway Safety.