Last Updated: March 2020
Nissan has just recalled 79,275 2011-2012 Nissan Juke, Infinit M, and Infiniti QX vehicles for possible fuel tank leakage from an improperly installed fuel pressure sensor according to the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The fuel pressure sensors may have been improperly tightened in the fuel tanks. Over time, these sensors may loosen due to heat and vibration and this can cause a fuel leak and increase the risk of a fire. Nissan will begin to notify their customers in March 2012 and they will replace the fuel pressure sensors as part of the recall. For more information, consumers can call Nissan Customer Service at (615) 725-1000 or visit www.SaferCar.gov.