Nissan North America has issued a recall for 91,319 of its 2017-2019 Nissan Titans. Affected pickups might have damaged alternator wiring harnesses that could short, which could potentially be dangerous to the driver and passengers.
According to NHTSA recall No. 19V495000, which was posted June 26, 2019, some alternator harnesses on 2017-2019 Titans might have been damaged during installation. According to the recall report, the damage might have occurred when the engine was lowered into place, as the edge of a metal frame bracket could have come in contact with the harness and pulled it out of place. In this position, the harness might be trapped against the bracket and friction could then damage the harness and wiring.