Nissan Announces Recall on 1995, 1996 Trucks

9 December 1998

Nissan Announces Recall on 1995, 1996 Trucks
    GARDENA, Calif., Dec. 8 -- Today, Nissan announced a
voluntary safety recall campaign on Trucks manufactured from March 1, 1995
through November 30, 1995 for the 1995 and 1996 model years.  This safety
recall campaign affects 104,000 vehicles in the United States and Canada.
    On some Trucks manufactured during this period, a rear lamp may not
illuminate, because the metal tube in the lamp socket moves or separates from
the plastic socket housing.  This can result in the stop/tail combination lamp
or the turn signal lamp not functioning.
    To repair this condition at no cost to the customer, Nissan will replace
the light bulb sockets in the rear lamps.  Customers of these vehicles are
being contacted by Nissan and requested to schedule an appointment with a
Nissan dealer to replace the light bulb sockets in the rear lamps.
    Committed to a high level of customer service, Nissan is working with its
dealers to quickly address this condition for Truck customers.

    (Or visit the Nissan Online News Bureau at http://www.nissannews.com)



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