Hello all, thought I’d let you know that I received a letter today from Nissan Canada providing an Owner Notification for a voluntary service campaign on my LEAF. Seems some earlier LEAFs may have had a manufacturing issue (which has been corrected) where the battery bonding plates may not meet Nissan’s internal standards for corrosion resistance. These plates may corrode and in areas where road salt is extensively used (like here in Canada), could break. Also as a potential servicing problem if both plates break, this could lead to a hazardous condition for the servicing technician. Although no such incidents of any nature have been reported to Nissan, they are conducting a voluntary service campaign as a preventative measure out of an abundance of caution. Nissan is asking to bring these affected vehicles in for a 1.5 hour servicing to replace the bonding plates and mounting bolts. This service is done at no charge to any owners. Owners receiving this letter should contact their local Nissan Certified LEAF dealer to schedule this service. I’ve asked Nissan for clarification on how many vehicles are affected by this campaign and which regions are being notified (just in Canada, or in USA, or others?). I don’t have any other info to share but when I get more, I’ll let you know. Nothing that is worrisome, but in case you get a letter, you know its not just you. I don't see this impacting too many vehicles. Post if you get this notice what region/location you are in. To start, I'm in Toronto, Canada area.