I haven't seen this much water leaking earlier. On another note, I suggest that anybody in the Miami area that needs to take their car in for service go to Bill Seidle's Nissan located at 10500 Northwest 12th Street, across from the International Mall. Nissan's regional specialist recommended that I take my car to another dealership, but nobody could offer assistance beyond that. Living in extremely hot weather in the 100s , it is imperative that the air conditioning ac works and works well. They said it is not covered. I can't believe a car with 90,000 miles needs a new compressor. This summer it is not working again.
So is all this just a fluke happening right now, or something going on with the computer system? While driving at any speed and especially when the air conditioner was activated, the vehicle emitted a white residue that burned the contact's skin. I havent had a single problem with my cvt 2. The failure recurred numerous times. Music which dealer did you take it to before?? Fortunately, Nissan paid for the head gasket. It blows hot air almost consistently while driving, regardless of speed. Conduct a leak check to confirm there are no refrigerant leaks.
I felt it and it felt like sticky clear glue. Dealer had never seen where air compressor was loose and only being held by belts. It blows air but not cold. Can someone please help to solve this problem. I am surprised with the number of complaints that hey have not issued a recall for this. Never did understand why drivers behind me would honk their horns at me or be flashing me with their high beam lights. Find the fuse box on the interior of the car.
This happens often in traffic and will cause an accident, especially in icy or wet conditions. Music wrote:Just got back from another dealership. To say the least, I'm not very happy with the service I've gotten from Consumer Affairs. I had the air compressor replaced in September 2013 at a Nissan dealership. However, this doesn't happen all of the time. I'm not to sure that I need to take that step, losenone. The contact had not received a copy of the results.
In September 2013, the air compressor went out again. Air Conditioning problem 2007 Nissan Altima 4 cyl 10000 miles I had my new Nissan into the dealership for an oil change about a month ago. They said the air may last one day or it may last the entire summer. All the belts are new and appropriately tight. Anyway, I'm not trying to debate who's right or wrong or expect you to have all the answers, I'm just throwing out some ideas and trying to steer Mr. I'm hoping the car manufacture gets enough complaints that they will do something about it. Basically, what it does is when I am stopped, when I accelerate, the engine will rev up to around 1,100-1,200 rpm before the transmission catches.
I will say it was previously owned by a rental car facility but the salesman at Wolfchase said there was 1 previous owner. Then I parked it shut it off and could not get it to start again. I'll see what the regional specialist says when I speak with her on Monday. This is pretty much a design flaw, as all fluid should be evacuated by the compressor. On March 15, 2015 the air cooling system was blowing out hot air when I turned it on. Why would a 2009 Nissan Altima need four air compressors during a 5-year period? I have not used my air condition system in the Nissan since September 2014.
The value of my car which I have spent considerable time and effort maintaining will diminish significantly due to no fault of my own. Air conditioner quit at 36,500 mi. We ended up cutting the bolt to use huge flat srewdriver. What may be needed is a class action suit to begin the process of compensating Altima owners that have put themselves and thousands of others unknowingly in danger. It's certainly a consideration at this point. Now, what I've been wanting to know:1. I took it to a mechanic so they can see what is going on with the car and they tell me I need a new ac compressor.
Just got back from another dealership. In May 2013, the air compressor stopped working. Basically it is a transmission lag - the engine is revving up, but the transmission is looking for the proper size to match the engine's revving. When the vehicle is moving, the risk of the operator's overexposure to the heat can be reduced by rolling down the windows. It was blowing out hot air when it was soppoed to be cold. Nissan considers this to pose no reliability, longevity or safety issues.
That rubber hose has a 90 degree bend in it, and will be hanging down on the passenger side of the firewall, under the hood, behind the engine. Dealers were unable to duplicate problem, but have been got caught out many times when car would not start and had to notify aaa. If automatic temperature control where you set temperature it has to be scanned by a professional. I have an answer for question three - the reving and not moving. I wish this dealership was closer to home; but my car will only be seeing the dealership I bought bought the car from for oil changes until my free ones run out. The car came with an air compressor.
I wish this dealership was closer to home; but my car will only be seeing the dealership I bought bought the car from for oil changes until my free ones run out. I may need your advice also to point out specific components to look under the hood. However during rainfall, at slow speeds or while at a standstill, that option is not available. I recently had the serpentine belt and tensioner replaced and the noise stopped for about a week. The contact stated that the driver side air bag warning light was illuminated.