Nissan to recall 32,100 units of the Grand Livina, produced between December 2007 to June 2010.
Not only the Grand Livina, through Circular Tan Chong Motor (ETCM) as the holder of the Nissan brand in Malaysia, Japanese car manufacturers are also doing a recall of 9300 units of the Nissan Latio and Latio Sport produced from May 2007 to June 2010 in Malaysia.
Both models have the same problem, "There are some cases where the fuel gauge (meter) did not show an accurate figure, especially at the lower end (indicating that there is a petrol is still available, but actually it was empty),"he wrote in his official statement Nissan .
Dato Ang Bon Beng, Executive Director ETCM, said the results of investigations carried out it shows a problem that occurs because of the existence of electrochemical oxygen transfer to the resistor card in the fuel line. Transfer of substances that occur due to environmental influences, variations in fuel, and others.
Due to these problems, the driver of course can not know the actual condition of the fuel, thus reducing the driver's comfort.
"Customers are always our top priority. We started the service campaign for all vehicles produced during that period, although not all vehicles may be affected," said Executive Director ETCM, Dato 'Dr Ang Bon Beng.
Process improvement device that only takes no more than an hour. The owners are not charged anything in the repair process.
"We will do repairs on all car models that, despite all the not all of them have problems," said Bon Beng.
In the meantime, to avoid the inconvenience of a sudden the tank is empty, ETCM advised the owners of the three models is to continue to maintain the level of fuel their vehicles in "half a tank or more" while waiting for the replacement of the component. LATEST CAR NEWS