2007 Nissan Murano Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2007 Nissan Murano
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2007 Nissan Murano ProblemsFailing Engine Mounts Will Cause Thumping in Floor
A thumping heard and felt in the floor is often caused by failing engine mounts. A failing mount allows too much movement of the engine, and will require replacement.
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.
A creaking or clicking heard while the vehicle is accelerating can be caused by dirt and corrosion build up between the splines of the front hubs and CV axle shafts.A creaking or clicking heard while the vehicle is accelerating can be caused by dirt and corrosion build up between the splines of the front hubs and CV axle shafts. Removing, cleaning, and applying a light coat of grease on the axle shaft splines will commonly correct this concern.
2007 Nissan Murano QuestionsWhile driving the engine shuts off and cannot steer! (1 answer)
There's no rhyme or reason when or why it happens...it happens after a short distance, longer distance, rain, sunny whatever. Its very dangerous cause there is no warning...it just stops and I cannot steer...I have to wait a minute and it starts back up. What is causing this...needs to be fix...
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I can feel heat from the top vents in my truck but not front vents what would cause this to happen
2007 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.
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.