Recalls 2003 : Car Recalls 2004 A through M
This is the listing of cars recalled from N through Z.
The NHTSA recommends waiting for the bulletin to arrive before requesting repairs to be done on your car. Ask your new car dealer when the next recall update notice is expected. If they have it before your notice arrives they may accept your car for rework.
Safety recalls are performed free to the customer. See a new car dealer in your make and model. Auto manufacturers are required to mail car recall notices to owners and also to dealers.
These notices get lost or
discarded as junk mail. However, even after attempting to notify
customers, just over seventy percent of affected car owners will have car recalls completed.
When purchasing a used car, it's a simple matter to check recall reports or VIN number databases for recall work that should have been completed, but may have been overlooked.
Recalls can affect some resell values for vehicles.
Call the NHTSA Auto Safety Hotline for additional specifics regarding your car and any possible additional issues: 1-888-327-4236.
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