2009 Nissan Rogue Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2009 Nissan Rogue
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2009 Nissan Rogue ProblemsThe Fuel Gauge May Read Incorrectly
The fuel gauge may read incorrectly due to a faulty sender in the tank. A failed fuel level sender will require replacement to restore correct fuel gauge operation.
The Check Engine Light may illuminate with a stored code P0444. This can be caused by a broken wire at the canister purge volume control solenoid valve. Our technicians tell us if a broken wire is found at the solenoid, a kit is available from Nissan to repair this issue.
The sunroof may not close completely due to interference from the wind deflector. Our technicians tell us there is a revised wind deflector available to correct this concern.
2009 Nissan Rogue Questionscar won't crank over (1 answer)
replaced fuel pump car still won't crank over, sounds like it was to but doesn't what could it be
It was about a week ago action gator tire installed a horn combo switch in my steering wheel, when they gave the car back, i noticed my traction control light comes frequently and it's slowing the engine down.....I took the car back to them they wanted me to pay for a computer diagnose i d...
My ABS light come on and off, and when it come on when am deriving my break with hold on its own without me matching on my break so please what can be the problem
2009 Nissan Rogue RecallsPotential Electrical Fire
A mixture of snow/water and salt can seep through the interior carpet on the drivers side resulting in an electrical short in a wiring harness connector under the carpet. If left unchecked this could lead to a fire. Dealers will inspect the kick panel wiring harness connector and if necessary install a new harness connector and waterproof seal free of charge to resolve the concern.
Nissan is recalling 2008–2010 models equipped with Garmin Nuvi 750 navigation systems because the battery may overheat, which could lead to a fire. Nissan will notify owners and Garmin technicians will replace the unit's battery and insert a spacer to prevent the problem from reoccurring. This will be performed free of charge.
The steering gear housing retainer screw could come loose and allow a loss of steering control in extreme circumstances. Dealers will re-secure the fastener and install a cover plate to prevent the screw from coming out again. This recall began during November 2009.