2007 Nissan 350Z Repair and Maintenance

A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2007 Nissan 350Z


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2007 Nissan 350Z
$828 to $1,479
2007 Nissan 350Z
$443 to $1,545
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$1,038 to $3,313
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$139 to $234
2007 Nissan 350Z
$243 to $768

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The engine may stall at times due to a failed crankshaft position sensor and/or camshaft position sensor, These sensors can fail intermittently as they warm with the engine. Sensors on certain models have been recalled by Nissan and will be replaced as necessary. Please visit our recall section for this model to see if your vehicle is covered by this recall.

A faulty fuel damper can produce a ticking noise, which can be heard inside the cabin when the engine is idling. Replacement of the failed dampener should correct this problem.

There was a service bulletin addressing a problem with front tire wear and tire noise. The tires would "growl" or "roar" at speeds under 30 mph or under moderate braking on smooth roads. The repair first involved resetting the front alignment and then either replacing or rotating (side-to-side) the front tires. This fixed the concern for some, though others still reported a recurring issue.

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car has 17,000 miles on it. Fronts tires are cupping and road noise is considerable.

I have a noise coming from the right front of my 2007 350z base coupe. It seems to change with weight distribution. The brake pads are fine but applying the brake does make it start/ stop at times but never with any consistency. I do hear the spring when I am parking. Is the spring or shock m...

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This recall affects certain vehicles equipped Occupant Classification System (OCS) control units manufactured by Continental Automotive Systems. A varistor in the OCS control unit may have been manufactured out of specification. Under certain conditions, this could interupt the signal between the OCS and the air bag control unit (ACU), causing the passenger air bag to be suppressed in an accident. If the air bag does not deploy when needed in a crash, the risk of injury is increased. Dealers will test the signal between the OCS and ACU with a special tool to verify proper function. The seat cushion containing the OCS hardware will be replaced as necessary. The recall began November 4, 2008.

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