Nissan has recently announced a recall for the Pulsar in Australia because of two separate problems, one of them including the side curtain airbags and the other a brake light switch fault.
According to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, the recall with the side curtain airbags will affect 800 units of the model. The ACCC says that the B-pillar mounted curtain airbag’s satellite sensor may have been improperly installed and in some cases, it may deploy incorrectly, increasing the risk of injury.
The second recall affecting the Nissan Pulsar in Australia is related to a brake light switch fault. The ACCC says that a total of 1,500 units of the hatchback will be affected by this recall, which has been announced because of an incorrect specification brake light switch which has been installed in some vehicles equipped with the CVT.
Nissan says that neither problem has lead to an injury nor a crash and that owners of the affected models will be announced by the company soon. Customers will have to drive their Nissan Pulsar vehicles to the nearest dealership in order to get the problems fixed, free of charge. More details on the subject are limited for the moment but customers can find out more by contacting Nissan Australia.