2011 Nissan Sentra Repair and Maintenance
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2011 Nissan Sentra ProblemsCheck Engine Light Due to Catalytic Converter Failure
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.
2011 Nissan Sentra QuestionsRear power door lock not locking or unlocking work by hand but not power (1 answer)
When I lock or unlock car doors with key fob or the power door lock button 3 of the 4 doors lock. Leaving one door that dose not seem to be conected to the rest of the power door lock. Power window still works on the door lights still come on when door opens and alarm will sound of door opens and...
I bought a Sentra last year at 96,000. It is now at 107000. I've noticed that my car has been burning oil. The first time I noticed it was because the oil light did illuminate. Recently, about a couple months ago I got an oil change. Yesterday I had to put 3 Quartz of oil in the engine. From ...
2011 Nissan Sentra RecallsThe Engine May Stall and Not Restart
Certain engines were assembled with a zinc coating applied to a terminal stud bolt that is thicker than specification. This can result in a poor electrical connection that may cause stalling, difficulty starting, and damage to the engine control module. If the engine were to stall while driving, the likelihood of a crash would increase. Dealers will replace the positive battery terminal and cover to correct this concern.
Nissan is recalling 2010–2011 Sentra models due a machining irregularity on the bolt/washer surface of the positive battery terminal cable end that causes a gap to occur in the contact area of the terminal. This may cause the engine to stop running while the vehicle is in motion at low speed with a hard or no start, which increases the risk of a crash. Dealers will replace the positive battery terminal cable end with a new one, free of charge.