I have a 2005 Nissan Altima that has been through 7 winters. The undercarriage has a lot of rust, which has resulted in repair bills this year. Will the rust continue to get worse, since I now have the car in a warm weather state, or will it go into remission?
Does a rusty undercarraige get better with time? on 2005 Nissan Altima
by ronald66 in Saint Johns, FL on December 09, 2012
3 answers 6 comments
ANSWER by goodguy on December 10, 2012
once the car is rusted it is rusted the only way to stop it from rusting is have it sandlasted and undercoated
Wow, where could I get it SANDLASTED? I need my truck sandlasted since it would LAST a long time.
COMMENT by goodguy on December 10, 2012
I live in canada and I can get a car sandblasted anywhere
Please have my truck SANDLASTED, I live in Northern California.
COMMENT by ziptie12 on December 10, 2012
Spelchek botton broked
COMMENT by goodguy on December 11, 2012
send it up here and I can getteer done eh
COMMENT by ziptie12 on December 12, 2012
Weel do , don't ya know? :)........never mind....
ANSWER by globalhelper on December 10, 2012
you will never solve this problem. you will have it forever,you may slow it down but thats it
ANSWER by your.mechanic on December 10, 2012
Rusty undercarriages will either get worse or stay the same...it is impossible to improve on its own...isn't Florida a humid state? Humidity causes rust so even while warm it is still not dry.