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Old 25th April 2013, 10:08 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Excessive Grease on Steering Column

Greetings,

I put my car in for a service at Aldershot HPC, however this was some 3months ago, now this morning I get a letter from Nissan stating that my car was reported as having excessive grease on the steering column, which could cause problems with the Engine START button.
Has anyone else had such a letter, some 3months after the service I find this quite unbelievable.

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Nissan - RECALL

As an update, unknown to me. Nissan have stated that there is a recall on all GTR's, something to do with the steering lock mechanism. So I've booked mine in, thank god its all paid for by Nissan, just a slight inconvenience.
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Nissan - RECALL

An interesting posting back in March 2010:

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Just got the same letter through the post a couple days ago, a think its just 09 gtr,s unless yours is different?
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Lol, mate where have you been, mars? Only joking fella, check a few threads up from this, steering lock recall ; )
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