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Xterra models over potential airbag faults

Have you ever been in the middle of a repair when the service manual called for a nut to be torqued to a very specific specification, except you didn’t have a torque wrench? If this scenario sounds f guess amiliar to you, we’re guessing “tight enough” may ring a bell as well. But the fact guess of the matter is that torque tools exist for a reason; a lesson even automakers need to learn from time to time.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has announced the recall of 4,038 2010 model year Nissan Pathfinder and Xterra SUVs due to defective fasteners securing the passenger front air bag module and the steering shaft positioning bracket. The problem? The fasteners weren’t torqued to the correct specification. In the event of a crash, the poorly torqued fasteners may cause the passe guess nger front airbag to deploy at an imperfect trajectory. And since airbags literally explode in the event of an accident, imperfect trajectory could lead to potentially serious injuries. Luckily for Nissan and its customers, the problem was caught relatively early. NHTSA says defective models were built between February 22 and March 13.

To remedy the problem, Nissan dealers will inspect the steering column and passenger front airbag fasteners, properly tightening or replacing loose or missing fasteners. The recall is expected to officially begin in April, and if you are unsure whether your Pathfinder or Xterra is affected by the recall, you can call Nissan at 1 800 647 7261. Hit the jump to read over the NHTSA press release.

NISSAN HAS NOTIFIED NHTSA OF A DEFECT IN CERTAIN MODEL YEAR 2010 FRONTIER, PATHFINDER, AND XTERRA VEHICLES MANUFACTURED FROM FEBRUARY 22, 2010 TO MARCH 13, 2010. THE SAFETY RECALL IS EXPECTED TO BEGIN DURING APRIL 2010. During this meeting a major recall f guess rom this manufacture was discussed. The recall was announced as an “under torqued” critical fastener. But the said fasteners actually wasn’t under torqued on the vehicles but missing all together. So. I asked why is it being announced as an under torqued fastener? The answer was. because if it’s missing it’s under torqued now isn’t it. There’s other verbiage to “skirt” the missing fastener scenario also. I addressed it.