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2001 Nissan Frontier seat belts / air bags problems

seat belts / air bags problem

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2001 Nissan Frontier Owner Comments

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Nov 012000


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The front passenger seatbelt could not be pulled out for usage. It has been almost a month since notifying Nissan and Nissan has yet to contact me to state the arrival of the part--- Nissan has mentioned that this part is on "back-order because there are 'many' other Nissan vehicles out there that are requesting for the same defective part." Nissan further stated that ordering the part "make take months." Nissan is, therefore, aware of this seatbelt defect but has refused to offer their consumers a rental for their safety while they(Nissan) 'locate' a replacement for the defective seatbelt. For the public's safety, please notify the public regarding this defect in the seatbelt and contact Nissan to ask them to expedite the process of obtaining the part. Thank you for your time and kind consideration.

- Montebello, CA, USA

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