2004 Nissan Murano Repair and Maintenance
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2004 Nissan Murano ProblemsDamaged Seat Adjuster Assembly May Cause Noise/Rocking Movement
A damaged or broken seat adjuster assembly on the seat bottom can cause the seat to rock back and forth and possibly squeak. It can also cause the seat to not adjust forward or backward, or up and down.
Various drivability problems may be caused by the air intake tube attached to the air cleaner box coming loose. Nissan has recalled 2003-2007 models for this concern. For more information on this recall please click here»
The driver's side sun visor will not stay up when in use. Instead, it falls down going over the tiniest of bumps, suddenly obscuring the driver's view of the road. This is extremely dangerous & I would like to know what Nissan is going to do to fix it.
2004 Nissan Murano QuestionsThe cost of adjusting or changing the timing chain, and Valve cover Gaskets (2 answers)
My truck starts missing and sometimes it looses power, and has an oil leak in the rear of the engine.
The oil leak is about a year old, and since I may need a timing chain repair, I want to get done at the same time.
2004 Nissan Murano RecallsNissan Recalls 2003–2007 Muranos Due to Defective Intake Air Ducts
Nissan is recalling 2003–2007 Murano models because the intake air ducts may separate from the resonator with engine movement. This may cause the engine to stall, increasing the risk of a crash. Dealers will inspect and repair/replace the components free of charge.
In certain types of frontal crashes, the belt portion of the rear outboard seat belt may contact the rear seat back hinge. The belt can be cut by the sharp edge of the hinge. If the belt were to completely separate, it can increase the risk of injury to the seat occupant. Dealers will install protectors over the affected belt portion of the rear belts.
Road debris, when run over by the front tires, can be projected in the direction of the fuel tank. If struck, the fuel tank could be damaged, possibly resulting in a fuel leak. A fuel leak always increases the risk of a fire. Dealers will install a protector in front of the fuel tank to correct this concern.