Nissan Rogue Hybrids Recalled For Stalled Engines

by Aryn Plax

Nov 10, 2021

A recall of Nissan Rogue Hybrid SUVs is being issued because blown fuses could stall the engines, leaving the vehicles unable to restart.

The recall includes more than 5,900 model year 2017–2019 Nissan Rogue Hybrid SUVs built between July 26, 2016 and December 15, 2018.

The electronic control module bracket can damage the engine wire harness, causing a short-circuit that blows the fuse.

As a result, no drive power goes to the engine and electric motor, and the engines stall without any warning to the driver.

Recall notices for Nissan Rogue Hybrids will be mailed December 15, 2021.

A white Nissan car is parked at the side of the road. Only the back half of the vehicle is visible in the picture.

Dealers will install wire harness protectors on the engine room harnesses.