[Recall]Nissan Note e-Power NISMO S, electrical equipment condition, 4,856 units

Nissan Note recalled to 4,856 units

On December 1, 2022, Nissan announced that it had notified the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism of a recall for the Note’s electrical device (lithium-ion battery internal fuse). Based on information from the market, it is reported that the current number of malfunctions is 34 in total, and no accidents have occurred.

Improvement measures are targeted for,e-Power NISMO S produced from August 21, 2018 to July 28, 2020.The production period does not match the purchase periodso be sure to check.

You can check whether your vehicle is eligible for the recall, improvement measures, or service campaign by searching for vehicles eligible for the campaign.

If your car is subject to a recall, it is necessary to reserve a date and time to visit the nearest dealer and have it inspected and repaired. Repair charges are free and there are no costs.

Malfunction situation in Nissan Note

recall image

In the NISMO-S specification lithium-ion battery internal fuse, the fuse specification setting is inappropriate, so depending on the driving method, deterioration may be accelerated early. The fuse may blow, causing the warning light to illuminate and the power supply to the motor to stop, making it impossible to drive.

In response to this, Nissan has reported that all vehicles and lithium-ion battery internal fuses will be replaced with countermeasures.

Problem location and improvement method

[Problem occurrence location]
Electrical device (lithium ion battery internal fuse)
[Details of improvement measures]
In the NISMO-S specification lithium-ion battery internal fuse, the specification setting of the fuse is inappropriate. Continuing to use the vehicle as it is may, in the worst case, blow the fuse, turn on the warning light, and stop the power supply to the motor, making it impossible to drive.

The location of the problem and how to deal with it are announced in the figure below.

Target vehicle information

As explained at the beginning, the vehicles that are subject to the recall are those manufactured during the following periods. If your car was produced during this period, please also see the model and chassis number below.

August 21, 2018
July 28, 2020

It is said that the range of chassis numbers that include vehicles subject to recall also includes vehicles that are not subject to recall. For details, please contact the sales company where you purchased the product.

The model, chassis number, production volume, etc. are shown in the table below.

■ Nissan Note
[Chassis number including the target car]
HE12-213314 to HE12-419712
[Number of target vehicles]
4,856 units

How to check if your vehicle is eligible

If you already know the model and chassis number of your vehicle, you can check if it is covered by Nissan’s recall web page.

Search for vehicles eligible for recalls, improvement measures, and service campaigns

If you are not sure, please check with the following method.

How to check the model and year

Light vehicle inspection
Vehicle inspection certificate (the image is from a light vehicle)

To verify the model and year of your vehicle, you will need to have your vehicle registration.

Confirmation of the model is easy to understand because the item “model” of the vehicle inspection certificate is listed as it is.

On the other hand, the model year corresponds to the item “first registration (inspection) date”.

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How to check your chassis number

A chassis number (chassis number) is a unique identification number stamped on the chassis of a car or motorized bicycle.

There are two ways to check the chassis number of the target vehicle this time. I will explain each one.

Check with vehicle inspection

Vehicle inspection certificate
Source: https://www.toyota.co.jp/

If you have your vehicle registration, you can check the chassis number from there. The position of the image is indicated.

Check the markings on the vehicle body

The chassis number is stamped on the body of the vehicle as well as on the vehicle inspection certificate.

You can read more about chassis numbers in this article.

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