Nissan recalls more than 91-thousand Titan pickup trucks due to the potential for electrical issues that could cause the engine to stall.
The recall involves gasoline engine trucks from model years 2017-2019.
According to documents, the problem stems from the potential damage to the alternator's wiring harnesses, which may have occurred during installation.
The issue could result in what Nissan calls "abnormal electrical activity," causing the lights to flicker and could prevent the truck's battery from charging.
Owners will be notified starting next week.
Dealerships will inspect each recalled vehicle to ensure that the wiring is properly routed and if a problem is found, they will correct it.