(USA TODAY) -- Nissan is recalling 2.14 million vehicles in the U.S., Europe and Japan for an ignition problem that can cause the engine to stall and not restart. It's the third-largest recall ever for Nissan.
There are no reported crashes or deaths from the problem with an ignition relay in vehicles built from August 2003 through July 2006. Models include the Nissan Cube, March, Mycra and Note small cars, the Nissan Tiida sedan, the Nissan Titan pickup and the Infiniti QX56 SUV.
Of the total, nearly 762,000 are in North America, 835,000 in Japan and 354,000 in Europe. The vehicles were built in in Japan, the U.S., Great Britain, Spain, China and Taiwan.
Nissan said repairs take about a half hour.