Hey, I haven't been here since I sold that car at a great loss. I needed a larger car but I didn't want to get stuck with a slow behemoth. Could there be a possibility of the starter starting to die on me? The styling isn't for everyone but Im in love with it. If this one goes, I'll buy another one. Comfortable back seats and plenty of truck room.
It'll kind of do something like this r. I didn't feel any difference at first trial. The check engine light had been on for 3 months. I am 6ft and it is just great for me. The vehicle was not repaired. Plugs had previously been replaced, wasn't throwing any codes. After sitting overnight or for a couple of hours it wouldn't start easily.
The vehicle coasted to a complete stop but was restarted later and then taken to the dealer. Until I can get to visit my parents I can't get this done, but in the meantime I can gather info for a trip down there. Really want to narrow this down. So can you confirm the shop did the fuel pressure test. Owners may contact Nissan customer service at 1-800-647-7261.
I turned car on and then off again and it stopped. Catch it early or at least be warned! The vehicle was not repaired. I'm going to break from the group on this one and suggest you check the battery and charging system. The paint is extraordinary on these cars. However, the same issue has recurred on 2 subsequent occasions, and both times Nissan has wholly failed to address the issue. If you have a faulty or weak battery, it can effect starting and engine performance. I really want to get my car back to life, detailed, waxed, polished, and presentable!!! When I reported it to the dealer tim dahle Nissan in sandy, ut at the 60,000 maintenance service, I was told there was nothing wrong with the transmission.
My cousin has an 01 Maxima with a v6 3. The handling is sharp and responsive but the turning radius is marginal at best. You gotta know where to go. The bulletin instructs the dealer to replace the control valve assembly, but not the transaxle assembly. Exhaust system has been completely replaced. Its a Very fun drive lots of power and stylish than most cars you may find during this era i received my Nissan maxima as a graduation gift from my dad he had it at it prime, i borrowed it once or twice on a night on the town before owning the vehicle myself The car did have many sensor issues my dad must of replaced all of the oxygen sensors, as well as replaced the alternator by the time i received the car.
This was the perfect car for me. Primary Use: Commuting to work Pros: Very reliable car. My recent O2 sensor replacement was to try to rectify my previous sec light coming on periodicly. I suspect the harness was deteriorated then, caused the afm to fail and the phony warning lights, and now it has deteriorated further. I'm looking for the reciept on the code it showed, it was one of the catalyst codes. My parents brought the car to our usual mechanic today and they claim to have done a free scan on the car, which I guess is some special hour long process that may stress the car, and after she got the car back my mother claims the car runs worse.
Look no further if you are shopping for one or gave it any thought. The car began doing it randomly at any gear. A powerful and refined 222-hp V6 provides impressive performance, though it requires premium fuel. This car can hold its own against a 2016 Honda civic and gave it a run for its money. Replaced the ignition switch and it fires up like new. Interior options and upgrades are way ahead of comparable vehicles.
I thought it was the starter at first but now not so much. These failed at 48K miles. Adjusted a small amount of slack in the cable when engine was warm and eliminated the problem. It is acting like it wants to die in the middle of running 45mph when decelerating to about 30 mph. He's afraid one day the car will leave him stranded and really not want to start.
Easy enough to start there. I was on the highway today, the car was running great, I could see brake lights ahead of me, so I tapped on the brake to slow up, and my tap did nothing. I thought I didn't follow the procedure correctly. I feel pretty strongly about the fuel pressure regulator at this point, because the fuel pump ran pressure against a clogged fuel filter for so long it is probably no more good or clogged itself. NissanMaxx wrote: The battery itself is good but I still went and cleaned the connections. Given only 65k miles use I' think I'd go first with the rubber dying out before the relays, but I can't ignore any of it can I? Has pass-through from truck to back seats.