Below are the models that are part of the Japanese car manufacturer’s ongoing service campaign:
- Nissan Grand Livina (2008-2014)
- Nissan Navara (2007-2015)
- Nissan Frontier (2003-2007)
- Nissan Teana (2006-2007)
- Nissan X-Trail (2003-2014)
- Nissan Patrol Super Safari (2003-2017)
If you own any of the above-mentioned vehicles, Nissan is asking you to visit its website to check if your unit is part of the campaign. Simply select the ‘Owners’ tab, click on ‘Service Campaign,’ and input your vehicle identification number (VIN) or chassis number to determine if your vehicle is affected by the issue.
If your car does turn out to be included in the safety campaign, Nissan Philippines is urging you to call its 24-hour customer assistance center (403-6593 or 0927 600-9557) or head to your nearest authorized Nissan dealership.
This Takata issue has been around for quite some time now. The only way to finally put it to rest? Well, it’s to simply have all the affected vehicles brought in for servicing. Again, if your unit is affected, you know what to do.