New York Nissan owners should be aware that Nissan announced a recall on 2013 model NV200s that were manufactured between Feb. 6 and Aug 2. The recall was expected to affect 2,529 vehicles.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Commission, the battery terminal fuse could blow. If this happens, the vehicle could stall. The NHTSA stated that the problem lies with the vehicle's wiring harness, which connects the fusible link to the battery fuse terminal. The protective covering could potentially be worn away, which would result in the wires touching the fusible link. This could potentially cause a short circuit and cause the fuse to blow. If the fuse blows, the fuel pump would quit working and cause the engine to stall. If this happens while the vehicle is being driven, a car accident could potentially occur.