In August, Nissan expanded a serious recall of its Sentra sedan to include more than 236,000 examples. This time around, the automaker is recalling more than 153,300 examples of both the Sentra and its larger Altima sedan sibling over a different issue: a rearview camera image that may not display.
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Affected vehicles include model-year 2019-21 Altimas and 2020-21 Sentras. The issue stems from damage to the camera’s harness, which can impact the quality of the image or cause a total loss of it, increasing the risk of a crash.
To fix the issue, dealers will inspect the rearview camera and harness, replacing them, as necessary, for free. If no damage is found, the dealer will apply protective tape and reroute the harness. Nissan will begin notifying owners Oct. 19, but those with further questions can call the automaker at 800-867-7669 (Nissan’s number for this recall is R23C3), the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s vehicle-safety hotline at 888-327-4236 or visit its website to check their vehicle identification number and learn more.
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