Nissan is recalling more than 793,000 Rogue SUVs due to an issue that can allow water to get into the wiring and start a fire.
The recall impacts Nissan Rogue SUVs from 2014 through 2016.
Documents released by the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration indicate water and salt can enter a wiring connector located in the driver’s foot well and cause corrosion. If that corrosion occurs, it can drain the battery, disable the driver’s power window and power seats or cause the all-wheel-drive warning light to come on.
Nissan is currently working on a repair for the issue and expects to have one ready this spring. Owners will be notified in March that a fix is coming and will be contacted again in the future on how to proceed with having the repair made.
Nissan says owners whose vehicles have the symptoms, smell a burning odor or see smoke should park outdoors and call Nissan Roadside Assistance to have the vehicles towed to a dealer.
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