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Edaran Tan Chong Motor (ETCM) has announced a recall campaign involving several models for either potentially defective Takata airbag inflators or the vehicles’ back door stays (hatch struts).

The following models that are being recalled to replace the Takata front driver airbag inflators include 12,634 Nissan Navaras (D40) manufactured between 2007-2014, including CBU and CKD models.

Other locally-assembled models being recalled for Takata front driver airbag inflators also include 10,763 units of the Latio (C11) manufactured between June 2007-October 2014; 69,965 units of the Grand Livina (L10) manufactured between July 2007-October 2013; and 4,874 units of the X-Gear (L10) manufactured between November 2010-October 2013.

ETCM also stated that the Takata front passenger airbag inflator will also have to be replaced on 10,589 units of the X-Trail (T30) manufactured between May 2002-March 2007 and 2,101 units made between April 2007-December 2008.

Nissan ETCM recall campaign August 1

Also involved are two units of the fully-imported Teana (J31) made between August 2004-September 2004, as well as 17 units of the Liberty (M12) made in 2003.

As for the replacement of the hatch struts, 4,001 units of the CBU Serena S-Hybrid (C26) made between September 2012-November 2013 will need to have theirs replaced, along with 3,715 units of the CKD Serena S-Hybrid made between February 2014-March 2016.

The latest X-Trail (T32) is also affected by this recall, with 8,756 units manufactured between August 2014-December 2015 having faulty hatch struts. Finally, 5,701 units of the NV200 (M20) made between September 2011-February 2016 are also part of the recall campaign.

For customers who would like to know more about the recall campaign, and to check if their vehicle is included in it, they may call the Nissan Customer Care Centre (1800-88-3838), or visit the company’s dedicated VIN checker website, here.