Nissan Motor Co. recalled Infiniti G35 sedans and coupes, due to faulty airbags that may not deploy during a crash, U.S. regulators said.
The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said as many as 134,215 Infiniti G35 sedans from model years 2005-2006 and G35 coupes from model years 2005-2007 are subject to the recall.
The recall is for vehicles sold both in and outside of the United States, a Nissan official said.
Nissan has yet to inform federal officials how the problem will be fixed, NHTSA said. Nissan informed federal officials of the potential problem two weeks ago, NHTSA reports show.
NHTSA said a wire harness for the airbags may wear down to the point that it could interrupt a signal to deploy the airbags in the event of a crash.
The report mentioned no crashes or injuries related to the problem.