Nissan and Lexus vehicles equipped with a Nissan transmission fluid reservoir that fails during the transmission fluid recall will be affected.
The vehicles are equipped with an MZP-6A transmission fluid booster pump, which has an intermittent failure mode that can result in the pump failing to pump fluid to the engine, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
The NHTSA said it was aware of an ongoing recall of Nissan, Toyota, and Lexis vehicles that were manufactured between July 2017 and September 2018.
Nissan dealerships in the United States will be conducting a voluntary recall for vehicles equipped on or after September 25, 2018.
The Nissan recall affects vehicles equipped in Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan.
Toyota dealerships are also conducting a recall.
Toyota is offering the following vehicles for sale in the U.S.: Nissan EX-X-Line SUV (2014-2018), Toyota Yaris (2016-2017), and Toyota Camry (2017-2018).
The recall is expected to be completed in late-September 2018, according the NHTS.
Luxury brands Lexus, Mercedes-Benz, and BMW have all offered a voluntary vehicle recall for a number of different models.
The Lexus recall covers vehicles equipped from 2019 to 2020, and the Mercedes-Benzes recall covers models from 2020 to 2021.
BMW has recalled an estimated 6.4 million vehicles worldwide.
The recall covers up to 1.9 million vehicles, including vehicles equipped as standard with a transmission fluid valve.
All of the affected vehicles are now being recalled by dealers, but Nissan is also offering the vehicle as a voluntary service to all owners.