Nissan Motor Co. is recalling more than 7,000 of its 2011Rogue crossover vehicles in the U.S., because the electric power steering can fail. Documents filed with NHTSA say that the circuit boards controlling the power steering may not have been installed correctly. The solder between the terminal and the circuit board can crack, causing the board to fail. “As the circuit board fails, the power steering assist feature will stop functioning, increasing the force needed to steer the vehicle and increasing the risk of a crash,” the documents say. A Nissan spokesman said there have been no reported accidents or injuries because of that defect.
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