Nissan recalls Altima sedans for loose bolts in US


Japan based auto maker Nissan Motors is recalling 13,919 of its top selling Altima sedans in the US. The auto company has recalled the vehicles due to the fear that its bolts might not have been tightened properly during production and might fall off and cause accidents.

The auto company has recalled the sedans which were models for the years 2012 and 2013, and were made at Nissan’s Plant in Canton, Mississippi between May 10 to July 26. Nissan told the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration that some of their vehicles might have been manufactured with four transverse link bolts and two power steering rack bolts which were not torqued properly.