Nissan is recalling the vehicles from the 2012-15 model years because fuel pressure sensors may not have been sufficiently tightened during production. That could lead to a fuel leak over time due to heat and vibration, increasing the risk of a fire, according to documents posted online by the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The affected models have direct-injection engines.
A Nissan spokesman said there have been no reports of accidents or injuries related to the issue.
In the U.S., the affected vehicles include certain 2012-14 Nissan Juke SUVs, 2012-13 Infiniti M56 cars and QX56 SUVs, and 2014-15 Infiniti Q70 sedans and QX80 SUVs, according to the NHTSA documents. In other markets, affected model names include the Nissan Serena, X-Trail, Patrol, Tiida and Pulsar, Nissan said.