It is possible to check the recall status of a Nissan Rogue SUV by entering its Vehicle Identification Number into the recall finder located at Nissanusa.com. Nissan maintains a database of current and past recalls for its vehicles from 1994 onward.
There are three active recalls for the Nissan Rogue as of March 2015. The largest recall affects approximately 470,000 Rogue models constructed between 2008 and 2013 to address an issue with potential electrical shorts in the wiring harness located on the driver's side. Water may seep into this harness, causing a short and potentially a fire inside the vehicle, though no actual fires have been connected to this issue.
Nissan is also recalling 334 2014 Rogue vehicles due to the possibility of the wheels separating from the vehicle while driving due to loose lug nuts on some vehicles. Nissan is instructing dealers to tighten these nuts properly as part of the recall, which also affects the Nissan Pathfinder truck and Infiniti QX60 crossover. The third active recall is due to an incorrect bolt used to tighten the steering assembly in 2014 Rogues that can cause the steering assembly to come loose. Nissan is reassembling the steering system with the correct bolt in the 1,644 affected vehicles.