Nissan Motor Co. (Australia) Pty Ltd—Nissan B17 Pulsar, C12 Pulsar, F15 Juke and K13 Micra
What are the defects?
The Push-Button Engine Start Switch may remain in the pressed position due to excessive friction and not return after switching the engine on. If the vehicle continues to be driven in this condition, the emergency engine stop function may operate and cause the engine to stop without the driver’s intention.
What are the hazards?
If the defect occurs whilst driving, this poses an accident hazard to the driver and other road users.
What should consumers do?
Owners of vehicles within the affected VIN range will be advised to contact their Nissan Dealer to arrange for the Push Engine Start Switch to be reworked. The rectification will be at no cost to owners.
Authorised Nissan Dealers
Recall advertisements and supporting documentation
Department of Infrastructure & Regional Development is the responsible regulator for this recall.