Nissan has issued a worldwide recall of more than 450,000 vehicles because a brake fluid leak could cause them to catch fire.
The recall includes Nissan’s Murano SUVs from 2015 through 2018, and Nissan Maxima sedans from 2016 through 2018.
Nissan is urging owners to park the vehicles outdoors and away from building structures if the antilock brake light comes on for more than 10 seconds.
This is Nissan’s third recall for the same problem. The company has expanded the number of affected models. Dealers can fix the vehicles by replacing the pumps on all vehicles.
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