PC426 – Voluntary Safety Recall Campaign 2013-2015 Nissan Altima; Hood Lock Assembly Replacement

January 22, 2016 NHTSA CAMPAIGN NUMBER: 16V029000

Secondary Hood Latch may Bind and not Latch

If the primary latch is inadvertently released and the secondary latch is not engaged, the hood could unexpectedly open while driving, increasing the risk of a vehicle crash.

 

NHTSA Campaign Number: 16V029

Manufacturer Nissan North America, Inc.

Components LATCHES/LOCKS/LINKAGES

Potential Number of Units Affected 846,000

 

Summary

Nissan North America, Inc. (Nissan) is recalling certain model year 2013-2015 Nissan Altima vehicles manufactured March 6, 2012, to December 31, 2014. In the affected vehicles, the secondary hood latch may bind and remain in the unlatched position when the hood is closed.

 

Remedy

These vehicles were previously included in recalls 14V-565 and 15V-116, however the previous remedy plan may not have been performed consistently to remove the safety risk. To correct this issue, Nissan will re-notify all affected owners and dealers will replace the hood latch with a new one, free of charge. The recall began on February 17, 2016. Owners may contact Nissan customer service at 1-800-647-7261. Note: This recall supersedes recalls 14V-565 and 15V-116.

 

Notes

Owners may also contact the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Vehicle Safety Hotline at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY 1-800-424-9153), or go to www.safercar.gov.

 

Check if your Nissan has a Recall

 


 

Reference: Date:
NTB16-011a March 23, 2016

 

VOLUNTARY SAFETY RECALL CAMPAIGN 2013 – 2015 ALTIMA; HOOD LOCK ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT

 

This bulletin has been amended. Additional images have been added to page 2.  Please discard previous versions of this bulletin.

 

CAMPAIGN ID #: PC426
APPLIED VEHICLES: 2013 – 2015 Altima Sedan (L33)

 

Check Service COMM to confirm campaign eligibility.

 

INTRODUCTION

Nissan is conducting a Voluntary Safety Recall Campaign on certain specific Model Year 2013 – 2015 Altima vehicles to replace the hood lock assembly. This service will be performed at no charge for parts or labor.

 

IDENTIFICATION NUMBER

Nissan has assigned identification number PC426 to this campaign. This number must appear on all communications and documentation of any nature dealing with this campaign.

 

DEALER RESPONSIBILITY

It is the dealer’s responsibility to check Service Comm for the campaign status on each vehicle falling within the range of this voluntary safety recall campaign which for any reason enters the service department. This includes vehicles purchased from private parties or presented by transient (tourist) owners and vehicles in a dealer’s inventory.  Federal law requires that new vehicles in dealer inventory which are the subject of a safety recall must be corrected prior to sale.  Failure to do so can result in civil penalties by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.  While federal law applies only to new vehicles, Nissan strongly encourages dealers to correct any used vehicles in their inventory before they are retailed.

 

SERVICE PROCEDURE

 

  1. Replace the hood lock assembly.
  • Refer to the Electronic Service Manual (ESM), section DLK-DOOR & LOCK, for replacement information.

Hood lock assembly

Figure 1

 

IMPORTANT: When disconnecting the plastic cable stop from the hood lock assembly, gently pry it from beneath with a flat blade screw driver (see Figure 2).

Flat blade screwdriver

Figure 2

 

  1. After the new hood lock assembly is  installed, completely close and latch the hood.

 

  1. Open the hood using the hood lock release handle.

Open the hood using the hood lock release handle

Figure 3

 

  1. Gently pull the hood up to confirm that the secondary hood latch holds the hood from opening.

Gently pull the hood up to confirm that the secondary hood latch holds the hood from opening

Figure 4

 

  1. Again, completely close and latch the hood.

 

PARTS INFORMATION

DESCRIPTION PART # QUANTITY
Hood Lock Assembly  With Remote Engine Start (RES) 65601-9HP0D 1

 

Hood Lock Assembly

Without Remote Engine Start (RES)

65601-9HP1D

 

CLAIMS INFORMATION

Submit a “CM” line claim using the following claims coding:

CAMPAIGN  (“CM”) I.D. DESCRIPTION OP CODE FRT
PC426 Replace Hood Lock Assembly PC4260 0.3 hrs.

 

NTB16-011a

 


IMPORTANT SAFETY RECALL

 IMPORTANT

  • Your 2013-2015 model year Nissan Altima is being recalled to replace the hood latch assembly with a new one
  • Previously you may have received a recall letter to have a hood latch remedy performed. Even if you had that remedy completed, we ask that you please schedule an appointment with your Nissan dealer for this new remedy
  • This remedy will be performed for you at no charge.  

 

OWNER NOTIFICATION

NHTSA RECALL 16V-029

 

Dear Nissan Altima owner:

This notice is sent to you in accordance with the National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act.  Nissan has decided that a defect which relates to motor vehicle safety, exists in certain 2013-2015 Model Year Altima vehicles.  Our records indicate you own or lease a Nissan vehicle subject to this recall as identified by the VIN on the inside of this notice.

 

Reason for Recall 

On some affected vehicles, the secondary hood latch may not function properly.  If the primary hood latch is released, the secondary hood latch may not hold the hood closed.  In certain circumstances, this may cause the hood to open while driving without warning and could obscure the driver’s vision, increasing the risk of a crash.

 

What Nissan Will Do 

Nissan will replace the hood latch assembly with a new one free of charge for parts and labor. This repair should take less than one (1) hour to complete.  However, your dealer may require your vehicle for a longer period of time based upon their work schedule.

 

What You Should Do 

Even if you had the previous hood latch recall repair performed, please contact your Nissan dealer as soon as possible in order to arrange an appointment to have your hood latch assembly replaced.  In the interim, we recommend that you check to ensure the hood is fully closed and latched when operating your Altima.  Also, please be mindful not to confuse the fuel door release lever and the hood release lever when refueling.  

Please bring this notice with you when you arrive for your service appointment.  If the dealer fails to, or is unable to make the necessary repairs free of charge, you may contact the National Consumer Affairs Department, Nissan North America, Inc. P.O. Box 685003, Franklin, TN 37068-5003.  The toll free number is 1-800-NISSAN1 (1-800-647-7261).  You may also submit a complaint to the Administrator, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE., Washington, DC 20590; or call the toll-free Vehicle Safety Hotline at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY: 1-800-424-9153); or go to https://www.safercar.gov.

 

Federal law requires that any vehicle lessor receiving this recall notice must forward a copy of this notice to the lessee within ten days.

 

Thank you for your cooperation.  We appreciate your Nissan ownership and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you.

 


NISSAN
BULLETIN

 

Hood Lock Assembly Replacement Voluntary Safety Recall Campaign

 

Reference: PC426
Date: May 24, 2016

 

Attention: Dealer Principal, Sales, Service & Parts Managers

UPDATE May 24, 2016
The announcement from March 23rd, 2016 has been revised to include:

    • 65601 9HP0D (w/Remote Engine Start) are no longer on restriction and may be ordered freely via normal process beginning Wednesday, May 25th, 2016. Any orders placed, via the DCS ordering tool, today will be filled.
  • Please discard earlier versions of this bulletin.

 

A STOP SALE CONDITION IS IN EFFECT. 

Affected Models/Years: Affected
USA
Population:
Dealer Inventory: SERVICE COMM
Activation date:
MY13-15 Altima 846,009 2,105 January 22, 2016

 

 

***** Campaign Summary *****

Nissan has notified NHTSA that it is amending the previously announced Altima hood latch recall remedy to replace the hood lock assemblies on affected MY 2013-2015 Altima (L33) vehicles. This remedy amendment will apply to all subject vehicles, including those that received the previous remedy. Approximately 870,904 previously recalled vehicles are affected in U.S. and Canada.  Another 58,644 vehicles are being added to the recall in other global markets.

Due to a supplier quality issue, mechanical binding could cause the secondary hood latch to remain open. If the primary hood latch is inadvertently released or the hood is not closed properly, the secondary hood latch may not hold the hood closed while the vehicle is in motion.

Nissan is committed to a high level of customer safety, service and satisfaction and is working with dealers to provide an outstanding ownership experience to Altima owners.

 

IMPORTANT:  It is a violation of Federal law for retailers to sell or deliver vehicles in their inventory covered by this notification until the campaign action is performed. 

 

***** What Dealers Should Do**** 

  1. Verify if vehicles are affected by this Voluntary Recall Campaign using Service Comm I.D.
  • New vehicles in dealer inventory can be also be identified using DCS (Sales> Vehicle Inventory, and filter by Open Campaign).

NOTE:  Prior campaigns (R1413 and PC359) are superseded by this remedy amendment and no longer active.  Please discard the previous campaign bulletins and perform PC426 only.

Vehicles previously remedied under R1413 or PC359 are still subject to this remedy amendment and should be serviced to have the hood latch assembly replaced under PC426. 

  1. Dealers should not sell, lease, trade, rent or loan any vehicles in dealer inventory affected by this recall campaign until after the vehicle has been repaired.
  1. Retail customers can continue to drive their vehicle at their discretion.
  1. Replace the Hood Lock Assembly using the counter-measured parts listed in the campaign bulletin included with this announcement.
    • Do not use part 65601-3TA0A or 65601-3TA1A.
    • These parts should be quarantined and not sold or used for repair.
    • Instructions will be sent the week of January 25th on how to return these parts for credit.
  1. Submit the warranty claim to close the campaign in Service Comm and release the vehicle for sale.

 

***** Release Schedule *****

Parts
  • Quarantine and do not sell/use 65601-3TA0A and 65601-3TA1A.
  • New parts for this campaign:
    • 65601-9HP0D (w/Remote Engine Start) and 65601 9HP1D (w/o Remote Engine Start) are no longer on restriction and may be ordered freely via normal process.
Repair
  • NTB16-011 
Owner Notification  Nissan began notifying owners of all potentially affected vehicles the week of February 15th, 2016 via U.S. Mail.   

 

 

***** Body Damage Claims Information ***** 

If the vehicle has incurred damage due to the hood opening while in motion, preapproval is required before initiating body repairs.

  • Contact the Warranty claims call center 1-800-258-7008 Option 7

Additionally, please send an email with the following information to:

paint.inspections@nissan-usa.com.  Please include PC426, your dealer code, and VIN in the subject line of the email.

  • Photos of the VIN plate and odometer reading
  • Photos of the damage (include all parts requiring repair)
  • Estimate to repair the vehicle (including rental while body repairs are being performed)

 

***** Dealer Responsibility *****

It is the dealer’s responsibility to check Service Comm using the appropriate Campaign I.D. for the campaign status on each vehicle falling within the range of this voluntary safety recall campaign which for any reason enters the service department.  This includes vehicles purchased from private parties or presented by transient (tourist) owners and vehicles in dealer inventory.  If a VIN subject to this recall campaign was part of a dealer trade, the letter associated with that VIN should be forwarded to the appropriate dealer for service completion.

 

NISSAN NORTH AMERICA, INC.
Aftersales DIVISION


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ): 

 

Q. Is this a safety recall?
A. Yes, a stop sale is in effect.

 

Q. What is the reason for safety recall?
A. Due to a supplier quality issue, mechanical binding could cause the secondary hood latch to remain open. If the primary hood latch is inadvertently released or the hood is not closed properly, the secondary hood latch may not hold the hood closed while the vehicle is in motion.

 

Q. What is the possible effect of the condition?
A. On some of the affected vehicles, if a customer inadvertently actuates the hood release (located next to the fuel filler door release on the lower part of the dashboard), the secondary hood latch may not hold the hood latch closed as designed and the hood may come open while vehicle is in motion.

 

Q. What will be the corrective action for this voluntary safety recall campaign?
A. Nissan dealers will replace the hood latch and confirm secondary latch engagement.

 

Q. How is this recall campaign different than the previous recall?
A. Nissan has amended the previous recall with a new remedy. To ensure customer safety and satisfaction, we are asking affected owners to make an appointment with their dealer to have this updated repair completed on their vehicle. This repair should be completed even if the previous recall was performed.

 

Q. How long will the corrective action take?
A. This service, free for parts and labor, should take less than 1 hour to complete. However, your Nissan dealer may require your vehicle for a longer period of time based upon their work schedule.

 

Q. Will a rental vehicle be provided while the dealer is servicing the vehicle?
A. No, please check with your dealership for alternate transportation availability.

 

Q. When will vehicle owners be notified?
A. Nissan began notifying owners of affected vehicles the week of February 15th, 2016 via U.S. Mail.

 

Q. Are parts readily available?
A. Yes, parts are readily available and may be ordered freely via normal process.

 

Q. Can the hood open while driving if the primary hood latch is engaged?
A. No. The primary hood latch works properly as designed.  This condition occurs if you inadvertently open the primary hood latch by pulling the hood release lever.  In this condition, the secondary hood latch may not be engaged which could allow the hood to open while driving.

 

Q. Is there anything owners can do to mitigate the condition?
A. Owners can inspect the hood to confirm that it is fully closed and latched.

 

Q. Is my vehicle safe to drive?
A. Yes, but you should contact your Nissan dealer as soon as possible to have your vehicle inspected if you receive an owner notification letter indicating your vehicle is potentially affected. Nissan recommends that you check to ensure the hood is fully closed and latched. Also, we ask that you be careful to pull the fuel door release lever when refueling, and not the hood release lever.

 

Q. Is there any charge for the repair?
A. No, the repair will be performed for the customer free of charge for parts and labor.

 

Q. Will I have to take my vehicle back to the selling dealer to have the service performed?
A. No, any authorized Nissan dealer is able to perform the recall campaign.

For Consumer Affairs: Please inform us of the dealer where you would like to have the corrective action completed.

 

Q. I have lost confidence in the vehicle.  Will Nissan replace or repurchase the vehicle?
A. The repair will ensure the secondary hood latch is operating as designed. As the correct operating condition will be confirmed, there is no basis for repurchasing or replacing your vehicle.

 

Q. What model year vehicles are involved?
A. MY2013-MY15 Nissan Altima vehicles are affected.

 

Q. Are you experiencing this condition on any other Nissan (or Infiniti) models?
A. No.

 

Q. How many vehicles are involved in the campaign?
A. A total of ~929,548 vehicles are affected.

Country MY13 MY14 MY15 L33 Total
Canada 11,633 8,102 5,160 24,895
Guam 166 63 46 275
USA 358,864 280,655 203,696 843,215
Puerto Rico 1,941 342 209 2,492
Saipan 10 10 2 22
U.S. Virgin Islands 0 5 0 5
US/CAN Subtotal 372,614 289,177 209,113 870,904

 

Other Global Markets
  MY13 MY14 MY15 L33 Total
Global Market

Subtotal

26,208 19,106 13,330 58,644
Grand Total 398,822 308,283 222,443 929,548

 

 

Make/Model Dates of Manufacture
MY2013-15 Nissan Altima March 6, 2012 through December 31,2014

 

Q. Who can answer additional customer questions?
A. Customers may contact Nissan’s National Consumer Affairs Department for further assistance. The toll free number is 1-800-NISSAN1 (1-800-647-7261).

 

Q. The media has contacted me with questions about Nissan or Infiniti’s recall campaigns. What should I do?
A. Please direct all media inquiries to Nissan Corporate Communications.

Media Contacts:
Office: 615-725-1000
Fax: 615-725-8535

Nissan: https://nissannews.com/enUS/nissan/usa/pages/nissannorthamericamediacontacts

 

 

PC426 | Revision 2

 


January 21, 2016

 

Mr. Frank S. Borris 11
Acting Associate Administrator for Enforcement
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Attn: Recall Management Division (NVS-210)
Room W48-302
1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE Washington, D.C. 20590

Dear Mrn Borris:

We are transmitting the enclosed Defect Information Report in accordance with 49 CFR Part 573. A voluntary recall campaign will be initiated and your office provided with the notices. This recall will supersede recalls 14V-565 and 15V116, consolidate the affected vehicle populations and provide a new remedy. Nissan will notify dealers on January 22, 2016 and will re-notify all affected owners from the previous two recalls (including those that received the previous remedy) within 60 daysz

As some vehicles may no longer be under warranty, we plan to put a statement in the Part 577 owner notification concerning reimbursement for the cost of obtaining a pre-notification remedy.

Very Truly,

Derek Latta
Manager,
Technical Compliance

Encl,

DEFECT INFORMATION REPORT

  1. Manufacturer:

Nissan North America, Inc.

 

  1. Vehicles Potentially Involved:

Certain 2013-2015 Model Year Nissan Altima vehicles manufactured in the Smyrna, TN and Canton, MS plants from March 6, 2012 to December 31, 2014.

The hood latch assembly supplier is:

Intier Automotive, Inc.
141 Staffern Drive
Concord, Ontario L4K 2R2

Tel: (905) 669-5640

 

  1. Total Number of Vehicles Potentially Involved:

Approximately 846,000 Nissan Altima vehicles.

Less than approximately 3,000 owners subject to the previous recalls had their hood latches replaced. Those owners will be included in this recall because their vehicles may have been serviced with a pre-countermeasure hood latch.

 

  1. Percentage of Vehicles Estimated to Actually Contain the Defect:

Unknown

 

  1. Description of the Defect:

Due to a manufacturing error at the Tier 3 supplier, the e-coat plating may not have been properly applied to the hood latch assembly in some of the subject vehicles resulting in possible poor paint adhesion to the latch. As a result, the paint may flake off leaving bare metal exposed, increasing the risk of corrosion in the affected area, Over time, corrosion may create mechanical binding that could cause the secondary hood latch to remain in the open position after the hood is opened and then closed. If the primary hood latch is released and the vehicle is driven while the secondary hood latch is in the open position, the secondary hood latch may not hold the hood closed as designed while the vehicle is in motion. If this condition occurs, the hood may open while driving and obscure the driver’s vision, increasing the risk of a crash.

 

  1. Chronology of Principal Events:

This report consolidates the affected vehicle populations and updates the remedy for previously report recalls 14V-565 and 15V-116a The chronology of principal events related to the consolidated campaigns is unchanged and is attached separately for reference.

The remedy for 14V-565 and 15V-116 was inspection of the hood latch for proper operation, making adjustments as needed, and cleaning and conditioning the latch joint by applying lubricant. Nissan continued to monitor the effectiveness of the campaign repair in the field and consider long term durability effects. Upon further consideration, it appeared that if the lubricant was not applied evenly and consistently, the long term durability of the repair may not be effective. Based on engineering judgment, Nissan decided to replace the hood latch assembly in order to provide a more robust, long term repair.

Accordingly, on January 13, 2016, Nissan decided to recall the affected vehicles to replace the hood latch assembly with a new one that has improved anticorrosion coating. This remedy will apply to all subject vehicles, including those that received the previous remedy.

 

  1. Description of Corrective Action:

Nissan will re-notify all affected owners (including those that received the previous remedy under 14V-565 and 15V-116) within 60 days. The hood latch in the subject vehicles will be replaced with a new one, even if the customer received a new latch as part of the repair for the previous recall. This repair will be offered at no charge to the customer.

 

  1. Copy of Notices:

Copies of all notices will be provided to NHTSA as they become available.

 


Chronology of Principal Events for Recall 15V-116

 

January 21, 2015 – NHTSA informed Nissan of 2 customer complaints of hoods opening after countermeasure related to Recall 14V-565.  Nissan immediately began an investigation to determine the scope and root cause of the issue.

 

January 27, 2015 – Nissan conducted failure analysis on 5 subject hood latches to determine the effectiveness of the anti-corrosion coating.  The analysis tentatively showed that incorrect coating thickness may have been utilized for the anti-corrosion coating.  As a result of this initial conclusion, Nissan initiated an audit of the supplier manufacturing process.

 

February 2015 – The supplier audit initially confirmed that the supplier anti-corrosion coating did not meet Nissan specification.  This insufficient coating could result in corrosion over time, which may create a condition that could cause the secondary hood latch to remain in the open position.

 

February 24, 2015 – Nissan determined that a safety defect existed in the subject vehicles and submitted a Part 573 report (Recall number 15V-116).

 

February 25, 2015 – March 2015 – Nissan continued its analysis on the subject hood latches and supplier process to confirm the root cause and determine the appropriate remedy.

 

March 16, 2015 – Further analysis confirmed that the previous Tier 3 supplier did not properly apply the anti-corrosion coating, which creating a condition that could cause mechanical binding that may cause the secondary hood latch to remain in the open position under certain conditions.

 

Nissan changed suppliers for unrelated reasons at the end of September 2014.  Comparison testing showed that the hood latch components from the new supplier possessed the correct corrosion specification.

 

Based on this analysis and production information, Nissan determined the root cause and the appropriate remedy and amended the Part 573 report on March 17, 2015.

 


Chronology of Principal Events for Recall 14V-565

 

May 2014 – Nissan opened an investigation into several reported incidents involving MY 2013 Altimas in which it was reported that the hood opened while driving.  Initial examination of parts involved in the reported incidents did not show a hood latch malfunction.  Nissan also attempted duplication testing but was not able to induce the condition in a test setting.  Consequently, the initial reported incidents were deemed isolated and not an indication of a defect trend.

June 2014 to July 2014 – Nissan began to actively monitor available field data and continued to investigate the cause, scope and the effect of the issue.  Again, initial parts examination did not identify any malfunctioning latch components.

 

August 2014 – Nissan received an incident part that exhibited corrosion and binding.

Nissan began to conduct duplication lab testing focused on corrosion.  Concurrently, Nissan examined several off-lease subject vehicles at an auction.  Of the 41 vehicles examined, five displayed lack of free-play in the secondary hood latch lever.  Nissan also examined some corporate lease vehicles and identified some variation in free-play in the secondary latch lever.

 

September 4, 2014 – Nissan audited an auction yard in California.  No subject vehicles displayed any abnormalities in the secondary latch free-play.

 

September 5, 2014 – Nissan received data from Enterprise Rent-a-Car indicating a larger than previously known number of vehicles that had experienced reported hoodrelated incidents.  Upon reviewing this new information, Nissan made a decision that there was a safety defect in the subject vehicles and notified NHTSA.  A Part 573 report was submitted on September 10, 2014 (Recall number 14V-565).  The report indicated that the root cause, remedy, and the affected population were unknown.

 

September 10, 2014 to October 2, 2014 – Nissan examined additional subject vehicles and hood latches.  The analysis revealed that interference between the hood inner panel and the secondary latch lever, in combination with debris and corrosion, could create mechanical binding that may cause the secondary hood latch to remain in the open position.

 

Based on this analysis and production information, Nissan determined the affected vehicle population and the appropriate remedy.

 


3 Affected Products

Vehicle

MAKE MODEL YEAR
NISSAN ALTIMA 2013-2015

 


26 Associated Documents

Manufacturer Notices(to Dealers,etc)

RCMN-16V029-9361.pdf 309.032KB

RCMN-16V029-9361

 


Manufacturer Notices(to Dealers,etc)

RCMN-16V029-5799.pdf 230.598KB

RCMN-16V029-5799

 


Manufacturer Notices(to Dealers,etc)

RCMN-16V029-7095.pdf 228.896KB

RCMN-16V029-7095

 


Owner Notification Letter(Part 577)

RCONL-16V029-3429.pdf 45.872KB

RCONL-16V029-3429

 


Manufacturer Notices(to Dealers,etc) – NISSAN BULLETIN Hood Lock Assembly Replacement Voluntary Safety Recall Campaign Parts Update VII Reference: PC426 Date: March 11, 2016

RCMN-16V029-5129.pdf 182.852KB

RCMN-16V029-5129

 


Recall Acknowledgement

RCAK-16V029-8936.pdf 101.966KB

RCAK-16V029-8936

 


Chronology

RCORRD-16V029-9910.pdf 16.382KB

RCORRD-16V029-9910

 


573 Report

RCORRD-16V029-2494.pdf 1783.765KB

RCORRD-16V029-2494

 


Remedy Instructions and TSB – Reference: NTB14-101a Date: January 21, 2016 VOLUNTARY SAFETY RECALL CAMPAIGN 2013 ALTIMA SECONDARY HOOD LATCH INSPECTION CAMPAIGN ID #: R1413 APPLIED VEHICLES: 2013 Altima (L33)

RCRIT-16V029-3081.pdf 44.049KB

RCRIT-16V029-3081

 


Remedy Instructions and TSB

RCRIT-16V029-2730.pdf 183.198KB

RCRIT-16V029-2730

 


Manufacturer Notices(to Dealers,etc)

RCMN-16V029-7562.pdf 269.557KB

RCMN-16V029-7562

 


Defect 573 Report

RCLRPT-16V029-6900.PDF 29.319KB

RCLRPT-16V029-6900

 


Recall Quarterly Report #2, 2016-2

RCLQRT-16V029-3087.PDF 214.61KB

RCLQRT-16V029-3087

 


Manufacturer Notices(to Dealers,etc) – NISSAN BULLETIN Hood Lock Assembly Replacement Voluntary Safety Recall Campaign Reference: PC426 Date: May 24, 2016

RCMN-16V029-0323.pdf 294.083KB

RCMN-16V029-0323

 


Recall Quarterly Report – 2016-Q1

RCLQRT-16V029-8707.PDF 28.845KB

RCLQRT-16V029-8707

 


Remedy Instructions and TSB – Reference: NTB16-011a Date: Marc23, 2016

RCRIT-16V029-8464.pdf 381.135KB

RCRIT-16V029-8464

 


Chronology of Principal Events for Recall 15V-116

RCORRD-16V029-7073.pdf 16.117KB

RCORRD-16V029-7073

 


Manufacturer Notices(to Dealers,etc) – NISSAN BULLETIN Hood Lock Assembly Replacement Voluntary Safety Recall Campaign Parts Information and Return Update Reference: PC426 Date: January 27, 2016

RCMN-16V029-6181.pdf 254.196KB

RCMN-16V029-6181

 


Manufacturer Notices(to Dealers,etc) – Parts Update II Reference: PC426 Date: February 4, 2016

RCMN-16V029-3376.pdf 228.933KB

RCMN-16V029-3376

 


Manufacturer Notices(to Dealers,etc) – NISSAN BULLETIN Hood Lock Assembly Replacement Reference: PC426 Date: March 23, 2016

RCMN-16V029-5572.pdf 295.043KB

RCMN-16V029-5572

 


Manufacturer Notices(to Dealers,etc)

RCMN-16V029-5985.pdf 308.787KB

RCMN-16V029-5985

 


Recall Quarterly Report #6, 2017-2

RCLQRT-16V029-1584.PDF 215.004KB

RCLQRT-16V029-1584

 


Recall Quarterly Report #3, 2016-3

RCLQRT-16V029-9534.PDF 214.714KB

RCLQRT-16V029-9534

 


Remedy Instructions and TSB – Reference: NTB15-023a Date: January 21, 2016 VOLUNTARY SAFETY RECALL CAMPAIGN 2013 – 2015 ALTIMA SECONDARY HOOD LATCH LUBRICATION CAMPAIGN ID #: PC359 NHTSA #: 15V-116 APPLIED VEHICLES: 2013 – 2015 Altima Sedan (L33)

RCRIT-16V029-1850.pdf 44.104KB

RCRIT-16V029-1850

 


Recall Quarterly Report #5, 2017-1

RCLQRT-16V029-7257.PDF 214.919KB

RCLQRT-16V029-7257

 


Recall Quarterly Report #4, 2016-4

RCLQRT-16V029-3540.PDF 214.811KB

RCLQRT-16V029-3540

 


Latest Recalls Documents

https://www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov/acms/cs/documentList.xhtml?docId=16V029&docType=RCL

 


 

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  • Please Check the Fitment + Part Number before Buying; 180-day Warranty
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Hood Prop Support Clamp Compatible with Nissan Altima 2002-2006 Rod Retainer Clip Black New
  • One (1) Premium Hood Prop Retainer Clip
  • Approximately 4-7/16" long; Hood Prop Rod Retainer
  • Perfect direct-fit replacement for your missing or broken hood retainer clip; 2002-2006 Compatible with Nissan Altima
  • Premium Heavy Duty Automotive Grade Black Plastic
  • Reference: 65722-8J000 657228J000
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Dorman 45388 Hood Prop Rod Retaining Clip Compatible with Select Nissan Models
  • Direct replacement - this hood prop rod retainer matches the fit and function of the factory part on specified years, makes and models
  • Ideal solution - this retainer is a reliable replacement for an original part that is missing or has failed due to fatigue
  • Durable construction - this part is made from quality materials to ensure reliable performance and long service life
  • Trustworthy quality - backed by team of product experts in the United States and more than a century of automotive experience
  • Ensure fit - to make sure this part fits your exact vehicle, input your make, model and trim level into the garage tool
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Evan-Fischer Hood Latch for 2008-2012 Nissan Altima
  • A high quality, Direct Fit OE Replacement Hood Latch from Evan-Fischer
  • Black
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Dorman 820-803 Hood Latch Assembly Compatible with Select Nissan Models
  • Direct replacement
  • Easy installation - no special tools required to install this exhaust hanger
  • Durable materials - quality materials for a long service life
  • Quality tested - has undergone testing to ensure proper fit
  • Trustworthy construction - the kit's bolt and spring are made of hardened steel for durable, long-lasting service life

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