Nissan Recalls 2M Cars Over Electrical Flaw

Law360, New York (October 28, 2010, 11:17 AM EDT) -- Nissan North America Inc. on Thursday voluntarily recalled some 2.14 million vehicles worldwide, citing an electrical defect that could cause cars to slow or stall.

The automaker announced that it would haul in about 747,000 cars and trucks in the United states, 23,000 in Canada and more than 1 million others in Japan, mainland Asia and Europe.

A flaw in some vehicles might have damaged a relay that provides voltage to the engine control module, the company said.

According to Nissan, silicon vapor created in the...
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