Nissan, Volvo recall over 109, 140 vehicles for stalling issue

Emmanuel Akosile | ConsumerConnect

Automotive recalls have been one of the staples of recent vehicle defects as Volvo has recalled over 85,000 vehicles.

Earlier June 2021, the automaker announced that it would be recalling several 2019 and 2020 model year light vehicles because of a fuel pump issue that could cause the engine to stall.

The company explained that a loss of power while these cars are being driven could increase the risk of a crash.

Volvo has already contacted dealers and plans to contact owners at the beginning of August this year, says agency report.

The automobile manufacturer said dealers would replace a 15-amp fuse with a 20-Amp fuse in affected vehicles free of charge.

Consumers can contact the company for more information on 800-458-1552.

Meanwhile, Nissan is also recalling 24,140 model year 2020-2021 Nissan Armadas and INFINITI QX80s with V8 engines because the fuel pump module can fail and cause a stall while in motion.

The company noted that the impeller can swell and bind within the fuel pump module, causing it to fail.

Fuel pump failure can cause an engine stall, increasing the risk of a crash, Nissan said.

In regard to what to do to rectify the error in the affected vehicles, the company stated dealers will replace the fuel pump module free of charge.

Owner notification letters are expected to be mailed July 20, 2021, according to report.

Nissan owners may contact Customer Service on (800) 867-7669, and Nissan’s number for this recall is R21A2.

INFINITI owners may contact Customer Service on (800) 662-6200, while INFINITI’s number for this recall is R21A3.

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