On 08-18-10, i had been backing down the driveway with my july nissan frontier, upon entering the road, the steering line created a noisy pop and the controls turned free, shifting left to right, down and up 3/4? Away from manufactured specifications. I'd the vehicle examined, 08-18-10, at murrays nissan, muskogee, ok 74403,918-683-6605, and also the gas-giving product changed, 2nd period. I had been informed the steering fix could be $980.00, and nissan wouldn't help with repairs at 80,000 miles. They stated the showing was bad as well as the whole steering line needed to be changed, acknowledging, "it was initially they'd encountered this kind of failure in this revised design." after fixing the fuel-giving product, i acquired the automobile, and investigated the problem and found overwhelming evidence that there's a significant steering deficiency with this design, and year, more confirmed by related complaints filed with this company, including high speed complete steering lockup, leading to accidents. On 02-15-11,87, 000 i delivered to get the gas-giving product changed, third time/check engine light switched off, 3rd time/reviewed to get a steering recall status update because of increased steering problems. Nissan wouldn't help with the steering fix, at a price of $988.00, and indicated the emission control container failed, $700.00, and that's why the light came on, on 02-18-11, after 3 times emptiness of any repairs, i acquired the truck becoming reassured that it was safe to travel. I submitted a demand with nissan na client satisfaction on 02-22-11. Nissan na named on 02-25, declining help about the steering and emission control container disappointment. We personal 4 nissan frontiers and inch armada from july vehicle having numerous fix issues since purchase confirmed through nissan service documents. My boy, age 16, pushes this vehicle everyday to work and school and carries their 9-year old sibling personally i think the steering and emission control container disappointment is highly recommended for replacement under voluntary recall procedures, or perhaps a good and fair contract.