Japanese automaker Nissan is recalling nearly 34,000 of its 2015 Rogue models to fix a defect that could cause the sport utility vehicle to unexpectedly shift out of the park position, the Associated Press reported.

Nissan says the problem is caused by a faulty shift selector knob that allows the Rogue to move out of park even when the brake pedal isn't depressed. The defect affects Rogue vehicles manufactured from Feb. 10, 2015, through May 13, 2015, the AP reported.

Nissan said it will start notifying owners of the affected vehicles this month so they can take their Rogues into dealers to have the defect fixed at no charge.

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