They replaced all four plugs and coil, and did something with the fuel injection at no additional cost to me. I took it to the Nissan dealer first and they said I would need to replace fuel pump and they declined to mention why or how it could happened. It does everything you want a fan to do. In contacting nissan, they found that my warranty coverage is for 60,000 miles and unfortunately I was at 66,000. I do not use the attaching parts, but they are of good quality.
The local dealer was not contacted. Today, started fine, but no power behind pedal and poor mileage. On the second try, it usually starts. I could feel acceleration hesitation in the gas pedal. Without warning, totally lost power and had to coast to the emergency lane.
The last week I have had nothing but problems. First the front right hub cap fell off both vehicles within the first year. Is the inspection result normal? First the front right hub cap fell off both vehicles within the first year. Car was towed to dealership. While driving 55 mph on the highway, the vehicle jerked, lunged, and lost power.
Complaint Number: 10948758 Incident Date: January 31, 2017 Date Added to File: January 31, 2017 Description of the Complaint: The nissan dealership informed me of a broken mid pipe on the muffler. Took vehicle to dealer after last incident about 95,000 miles and they said they ran complete diagnostic tests, but could not find the problem. It does everything you want a fan to do. The mechanic at the garage told me this was a common problem for this car. Bottom Line Bought these before for my vehicles. The diagrams that you said I would need I will examine and look at thoroughly.
I drove to work, it repeated the behavior once. The issue appears to be persistent across nissan versas in the late 2000 models especially 2009. She came very close to hitting a wall but was able to steer it away but steering was very difficult as well. The vehicle was taken to the dealer where the fuel pump and catalytic converter was replaced. I put 4 quarts of oil in it and it came out in a matter of seconds. The scariest part is the slowing down while my foot is on the gas.
The first time I took it in was because it would not start. The vehicle was taken to a dealer where it was diagnosed that the muffler exhaust flange fractured and needed to be replaced. It sucks, it spins, it blows. Complaint Number: 10794734 Incident Date: November 18, 2013 Date Added to File: November 18, 2015 Description of the Complaint: The contact owns a 2009 nissan versa. There were no prior warnings. I contacted the repair shop and was asked to bring the car back in.
I had enough momentum to turn into a parking lot and actually reach a space but that space was tow zone so I had to sit there with my car for 3 hours while I waited for a tow truck because it was actually rush hour. Taking to the dealer next week. I stopped at another advanced auto to have the code pulled and again it read as a cylinder 4 misfire. This happened repeatedly, and every time they would shut the light off it came back on and remained on. After about ten minutes, however, it restarted like normal and it was like nothing happened. When I was driving on the highway I saw another nissan versa same model with the door handle missing.
The failure mileage was 70,000. Anyways, the bigger deal is that this is a highly hazardous breakdown. Drove fine for months until it happened again. The manufacturer was notified of the failure, however informed the contact that fuel pump was available however the fuel connector was on back order. There were no warning indicators illuminated before the failure. The service advisor said it might have been the pressure sensor, but the entire fuel pump assy was replaced.
I guess someone has to lose their life before they will fix it. Now things that I read in other threads that may pertain to my situationThere is a electric fan. The failure mileage was approximately 120,000. She lost all power and was not even able to use her brakes. I did unplug the accelerator pedal sensor to air blow off any dust. The vehicle was towed to independent mechanic where it was diagnosed that the fuel pump and connector failed and needed to be replaced. The local dealer was not contacted.
The contact believed that the fuel pump needed to be replaced. It's cool no pun intended that it is reversible. Buy now and replace that failed original part! I researched the issue and found that many people were told that it is related to salt on the roads. But my current status is I need my car back!!! Further research entailed a compression test. He said if you keep the receipt and someday it ends up being a recall, I could possibly get a refund.