Back-Up Camera Recall On Several Nissan Vehicles
Recently, Nissan released recall information on many of its 2018 and 2019 models for a problem with the back-up camera. According to CNN, the recall “ includes the Nissan Altima, Frontier, Kicks, Leaf, Maxima, Murano, NV, NV200, Pathfinder, Rogue, Rogue Sport, Sentra, Titan, Versa Note and Versa Sedan. Also included are the Infiniti Q50, Q60, QX30 and QX80 vehicles.”
How Do I Know If My Car Is Recalled?
If you’re unsure whether or not your particular vehicle is included in a mass recall such as Nissan’s latest recall, always contact a dealership or the manufacturer. Nissan offers a simple tool to find out if your car or SUV is part of this recall or involved in any other recalls. Their Recall Lookup tool is simple and quick to use without having to visit or contact your dealership.
Perhaps you don’t own a Nissan but want to check on possible safety issues or recalls. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration also has a VIN search tool that shows up to 15 years of outstanding automobile recalls for your vehicle. On the NHTSA website, you’ll also find safety recalls for motorcycles, car seats and vehicle equipment such as tires.
Nissan Backup Camera Problems
The Nissan back up camera recall is strictly for the default view settings issue. The rear-facing camera should reset to the default settings after each backup completed but the vehicles names in the recall have cameras that continue to retain adjusted views, which could be hazardous.
If you are finding that there are other issues occurring with your Nissan or Infiniti, then you should contact a dealership for further diagnosis. Once your vehicle is at the dealership, they can verify any other outstanding recalls, too.
OEM Nissan Backup Camera & Display Screen
Maybe your dashboard display screen or backup camera for your Nissan (or other foreign import car, truck or SUV) sustained damage. Instances like this can happen due to auto break-ins, accidents and even something as innocent as a toddler throwing a toy at the screen.
Once your vehicle is out of warranty, repairs even on your vehicle’s tech can tend to be costly. Having to replace a camera or dashboard display screen with OEM parts can exceed what many of us can afford. You don’t have to drive around without your dash screen or backup camera when junkyards have affordable used replacements available.
Find Replacement Rear-Facing Cameras At A Reputable Salvage Yard
While Gardner Auto Parts cannot handle your Nissan safety recall, they do have replacement backup cameras and screens in stock. If a replacement isn’t available for your make and model of European or Japanese vehicle, their expert staff will gladly track one down for you to purchase. Their staff is available by phone at 954-972-9407 or you can stop by their junkyard and auto parts store at 2090 NW 21st Street in Pompano Beach, Florida, just south of Copans Road on the east side of the road.