TOKYO, Feb 24 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co. said on Friday it would recall 475,400 units of its Primera and X-Trail models globally to fix a faulty fuel filler tube. Japan's second-biggest auto maker said the recall was related to the fuel inlet to the gasoline tank called the fuel filler tube, which may rust at the mounting bracket. That rust could then form a pinhole in the tube, possibly causing a leak during refuelling, it said in a statement. No accidents have been reported due to ...
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