By David Thomas on November 26, 2007
Last August, Nissan recalled more than 200,000 Sentras and Altimas equipped with its 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine. Now the company is expanding the recall to cover some 653,910 vehicles. The new model years impacted by the recall include 2002, 2005 and 2006 Sentras and Altimas.
The problem involves a faulty sensor that, if working improperly, can cause the engine to shut off.
Nissan Recalls 653,910 Sentras, Altimas to Fix Sensor (Bloomberg)
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