The carmaker has identified a weakness with the rear oxygen sensor electrical short-to-ground and short-to-battery should the sensor fail.
A warning light is supposed to alert the driver to a potential problem, but the light may not illuminate when required.
If this occurs, problems with exhaust components may not be recognised.
Affected models include the F15 Juke and D23 Navara, sold in Australia between June 2014 and June of this year.
A total of 1965 Jukes are targeted by the recall, and all are fitted with the turbocharged petrol engine. Petrol engines are again targeted with the Navara (without turbocharger), with a total of 668 vehicles on the list.
The recall process will involve a reprograming of the vehicle’s ECU with no exchange parts required.
Nissan is also recalling a 428 examples of its D23 Navara, fitted with a genuine tradesman’s canopy.
The glass sliding windows on the canopy use stoppers which may cause the window to be out of alignment. Should this occur, the glass may shatter while or closing the window, causing a safety hazard to users.
The recall process for Navara canopies will see the original stoppers replaced with an improved design at no cost to owners.
Nissan will attempt to contact affected owners shortly, but any owner wishing to learn more about the latest round of recalls should contact their local dealer.
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