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Certain Nissan vehicles are shutting themselves off while driving thanks to busted ball springs in the ignition switch, with a hearty assist from heavy keychains.
In August 2017, the ignition switch supplier (Alpha Technology Corp.) told N … continue reading
West-coast Nissan owners may soon be getting reimbursed for timing chain repairs thanks to a recent settlement.
Under the settlement, affected owners and lessees are entitled to partial reimbursement for money spent in connection with the … continue reading
Nissan owners are tired of their timing chains whining, ticking, and knocking their engines apart. Nissan agrees their timing chains are loud, but says they don't pose a threat. … continue reading
Certain Nissan vehicles have a defective cracked radiator that leaks coolant into the transmission fluid, creating a toxic hell stew that kills the transmission entirely.
If it hasn't happened to you, you've probably at least heard of it. A … continue reading
Nissan is recalling 2016 Sentras that stall while driving. Of course, that won't be a problem for some of you since many of the same Sentras can't start at all.
"Nissan says in April the automaker discovered a Sentra that wouldn't sta … continue reading
More than 1,500 Sentras have an engine harness that can lose its connection to the electronic control unit (ECU). As any cable company tech representative would tell you on the phone have you tried plugging it back in again?
"The engi … continue reading
The North Carolina Consumers Council (NCCC) recommends that no-one buy a 2005-2010 Nissan Pathfinder, Frontier, or Xterra. That would have been very helpful advice, say, 5 or 10 years ago. Next they might tell us the sun is very bright and … continue reading
A timing chain lawsuit filed in New York accuses Nissan of manufacturing defective timing chain systems, with issues in the chain tensioner, guides, and shoes.
"Five lead plaintiffs claim the Nissan vehicles have timing chain systems … continue reading
Nissan is asking Juke owners to bring their vehicles in for a repair, they're just not calling it a recall. 104,439 vehicles from the 2011-2013 model years need to have a loose timing chain, chain guide and crank sprocket replaced.
The repa … continue reading
Last October, Nissan extended their radiator warranty for what they called a “small percentage” of vehicles that may experience issues with coolant leaks. Namely, how those coolant leaks seep into the transmission and render it useless.
Wh … continue reading