Nissan (NSANY) has recalled a number of 2017 to 2019 Titan pickup trucks for an electrical issue. The recall affects 91,319 vehicles, the company said.

The recall affects its light-duty truck models equipped with a gasoline engine produced between April 14, 2016, and Oct. 8, 2018. The Titan XD diesel pickup trucks are not a part of the recall.

The electrical issue with the Titan trucks stems from the alternator’s wiring harness. According to Nissan, the alternator harness may have been damaged when it was installed into the vehicles during the assembly process.

Nissan said, when the engine was lowered into the trucks, it may have pulled away from the installation location, causing damage to the wiring shielding, which could cause an electrical shortage.

The electrical shortage could lead to what Nissan is calling “abnormal electrical activity” such as flickering interior lights or spotty radio operation. It could also cause the trucks’ batteries to not charging, preventing the vehicles from operating, including the engine, which could stall.

Nissan also said, that in rare instances, the electrical failures could cause “an engine compartment thermal accident.”

To fix the wiring harness issue, Nissan dealers will examine the truck to may sure that the wiring harness is fitted properly and free from damage. They may either clip the harness into position or replace the harness components if they have been damaged.

Titan truck owners should receive a recall notice by mail within the next few weeks, CNET reported. Nissan dealers were notified of the issue in late June, according to the news outlet.

The Nissan recall number is NR.

Shares of Nissan stock were down 0.04 percent as of 9:30 a.m. ET on Friday.