Recalls Nissan Altima: 07V527000 Recall 07V527000 Engine, December 31, 2007 Add to My Checklist Find a Dealership Original Recall from the NHTSA Model Year(s): 2002, 2005, 2006 Mfr's Report Date: December 31, 2007 NHTSA CAMPAIGN ID Number: 07V527000 NHTSA Action Number: RQ06001 Component: ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING Potential Number of Units Affected: 653910 Summary: ON CERTAIN PASSENGER VEHICLES EQUIPPED WITH A 2.5L ENGINE, THE CRANKSHAFT POSITION SENSOR CAN OVERHEAT CAUSING A BRIEF INTERRUPTION IN THE SIGNAL OUTPUT FROM THE SENSOR.
My daughter's car has trouble cranking. Got est at dealership in city she's in. on 2006 Nissan Altima
by KSWare in Potwin, KS on December 20, 2012
2 answers 2 comments
ANSWER by globalhelper on December 20, 2012
yes its a campaign.what is your ?
ANSWER by goodguy on December 20, 2012
if it is a recall then it shouldnt cost you anything to get the cps changed they obviously have a problem with them
COMMENT by KSWare on December 20, 2012
They are asking for this for repairs. They say they need to replace the sensors for cam and crank, the fuel pump, and repair the wiring inside the dash. 1. cam and crank sensors (with reprogramming) $472.48 2. repair wiring inside the dash board $559.88 3. fuel pump assembly $607.05 A non-Nissan assembly is usually about $200, I wonder if the first problem is the recall and they say for the second problem her wiring inside the dash is corroded...she is in a different state from me and I found this recall today and the price for the assembly today. Can I defray these costs with that recall and do dealerships use non-Nissan parts (college daughter, pre-Christmas!)
COMMENT by globalhelper on December 20, 2012
seek a 2nd opinion at another dealer or get a ref. from a friend on a good mech in her area