2014 Nissan Altima Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2014 Nissan Altima
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2014 Nissan Altima Problems
The external seal on the engine oil cooler can fail and create an oil leak.
The catalytic converter closest to the cylinder head can fail causing illumination of the Check Engine Light. Prompt repair of this problem is recommended because the catalyst material can be sucked into the engine and cause internal damage.
The engine mount on the right side can wear prematurely and cause excessive engine movement.
2014 Nissan Altima Questions
we checked the oil but it's not leaking into that area. we put almost a whole gallon of antifreeze in nd traveled about 15 miles nd by that time we checked it nd it was empty. their was hardly any leakage spots on the ground. we bought it 2 months ago and their was only 23,000 miles on it. I ...
The warning light is staying on even though the doors are shut (after I accidentally shut the door on the seat belt passenger side). I haven't seen the car in the daytime to see if I damaged the metal on the door sill. What should I look for and what can I check/replace by myself before tak...
2014 Nissan Altima Recalls
The occupant classification system may malfunction, resulting in the front passenger air bag not deploying when needed in an accident. Dealers will update the system software free of charge to resolve the concern.
The secondary hood latch may bind, and as a result, the hood may not be fully secured. This could cause the hood to open unexpectedly while driving. Dealers will correct the problem free of charge (the procedure is unavailable as of the time of this writing).
The airbag system uses a sensor in the front passenger seat to detect if the seat is occupied by an adult. The affected vehicles are being recalled because this sensor, part of the occupant classification system (OCS), may incorrectly identify the passenger seat as empty when it is actually occupied by an adult. When the passenger seat is determined to be empty, the passenger airbag is disabled. Failure of the passenger airbag to properly deploy when necessary would increase the risk of injury to someone seated in the passenger seat in the event of an accident. Dealers will update the OCS software to correct this concern.