Nissan Motor Company is recalling more than 100,000 minivans because of problems with a seat adjustment mechanism that could cause a finger injury.
The automaker said the recall affects 109,000 Quest minivans from the 2004-through-2006 model years.
Nissan said someone adjusting the second row seat in the vehicle could have their finger pinched when moving the metal mechanism.
Nissan spokeswoman Jeannine Ginivan said there have been 10 reported injuries.
The recall is expected to begin on December 15. Dealers will fix the problem at no expense to owners.
More information is available at www.nissanusa.com.
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