Nissan says it is recalling more than 100,000 minivans because of a problem with a seat adjustment mechanism.
The company says the recall affects about 118,000 Quest minivans from the 2004 to 2006 model years because adjusting the second row seat could cause finger injuries. Nissan has reported to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration that it found some owners had been trying to fold the second row seats using the wrong handle. That, according to the company, creates the "potential to pinch a finger in the moving seat adjustment mechanism."
So far, there have been ten reports of cuts and scrapes.
Recalls are expected to begin in December and dealers will fix the problem free of charge.
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