I am being told by the dealership that I am getting defective mcpherson struts that are now made in mexico. Make them agree in writing to dump the manufacturer of this inferior hollow part. Dealer reset light, told me to try it out and if it came back then to come back. How can they be getting away with this. I See There Is A Recall For The 2. It is obvious the car was not prepared for use in new england states at time of purchase.
Tires were aligned and balanced. I will not have an estimate for the repair until morning, but I am quite sure I need to pursue this issue with the manufacturer. Then installed screws to hold the heat shield and welded the screws to the heat shield to prevent loosening. I will say that the suspension is a little tight and you can feel some bumps in the road but not much. Replaced lower and upper rad hoses.
Bolt was seized on back shocks and the whole shock had to be cut. The consumer stated she was on her third set of tires at 22,000 miles. All nissan Forums Are Filled With Customers Having The Same Issues With These Year Model Cars. My local mechanic told me that every Altima from the mid-2000s he has worked on has the same problem. Further research indicates that the oe sway bar is constructed of hollow material and fracture is a common occurrence on this make model.
It now has about 32,000 miles on it and I love this car so much. Nissan Altima in Georgia, United States Mar 2007 - Mar 2010 Jun 200751613 km Audible gurgling noise under dashboard on acceleration. They replaced a sensor and an ignition coil. I do not feel it in the steering. Please investigate into Nissan reason for not extending the recall campaign for the both subframes not one for identical conditions. This car is only 6 years old and I've already had to get the transmission replaced. Took it in and was covered for free under extended warranty.
Leak was small enough I decided not to repair at this time. Mechanic was able to get new sensor with no difficulty, but the wiring connector had failed and he could not locate a new connector! I almost got hit because I couldn't get my car to go into third gear. He said that it passed inspection and that something will have to be done about the rust damage soon before it gets worse and I end up putting my foot through it. Hi everyone, I've got a front end clunk in my 05 Altima that is very frustrating. Apr 2014293548 km Catalytic converter needed to be replaced. Surely, Nissan can make a more reliable product.
After a couple of times the clutch went back to normal pressure. Either extend the warranty out further or recall. Much prefer this rascal to a Camry or Accord. Jun 2013312903 km Bearing needed replacement due to wear. Replaced sagging rear coil springs.
Please, if anyone from Nissan is reading this, you should know the Altima has it's faults, fix them!!!!!. The car has been properly maintained and in excellent condition otherwise. From the research I've gathered, Nissan has no intention of standing behind this issue. I have no idea of the safety implications, but after a quick search online it seems as if there are hundreds of others with this same problem. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. I would not recommend Nissan to anyone especially not the altima.
Nissan would not consider any assistance even though the vehicle was only 1000 miles beyond end of 60,000 mile warranty on drive train. Timing chain and guides replaced as a preventative measure. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. Also one Bosh Double Platinum plug failed at 50,000 that had to be replaced. Alignments and new tires have not helped this situation. Replaced hose and fluid 22068 km 13,000 Miles. The snapping surface was already rusty, which told me that it was broken already some time ago.