In the the nineteen nineties, the Nissan Maxima was ideally situated like a bridge between midsize family sedans and out-of-achieve European sport sedans because of its effective V6, trendy interior and appealing "Four-Door Sports Vehicle" marketing tagline. These traits, together with Nissan's continual enhancements, made certain the Maxima loyal fans and powerful title recognition.
Issues With CHILD SEAT:VEHICLE LATCH ANCHOR
Certain vehicles fail to conform to the requirements of federal motor vehicle safety standard no. 225, "child restraint anchorage systems." the lower anchorage brackets in the rear seats do not meet the location requirement in this standard. this may cause difficulty in attaching some child seats to these brackets.
If a child seat is not properly secured, there is an increased risk of injury to the seat occupant in the event of a crash.
Dealers will replace the lower anchorage brackets with modified brackets to ensure that the standard is met. the recall began on august 28, 2006. the infiniti q45 model vehicles are being campaigned under a separate recall (please see 05v374000). owners should contact nissan at 1-800-647-7261 or infiniti at 1-800-662-6200.
Infiniti recall no. r0604/nissan recall no.customers may also contact the national highway traffic safety administration's vehicle safety hotline at 1-888-327-4236 (tty 1-800-424-9153), or go to http://www.safercar.gov.
Issues With SEATS:FRONT ASSEMBLY:POWER ADJUST
On certain passenger vehicles equipped with the driver preferred package, the wire harness from the driver's seat power lumbar support switch may be routed incorrectly and could be pinched under the driver seat.
A pinched harness, in combination with driving vibration, may result in a short circuit in the harness that could lead to a fire in the seat.
Dealers will replace the wire harness and route it correctly. the recall began on january 16, 2006. owners may contact nissan at 1-800-647-7261.
Nissan recall no. pb011.customers may also contact the national highway traffic safety administration's vehicle safety hotline at 1-888-327-4236 (tty 1-800-424-9153), or go to http://www.safercar.gov.