2009 Nissan Maxima Questions
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The other day I got gas went home after about a hour I drive the car went 2 minutes down the road, the car wouldn't pick up speed then after I pulled over. Then car would star but not let me drive would that be bad gas or something else that the dealership didn't tell me
started when speedometer was stuck at over 100mph. stopped car and restarted 4 to 5 times,on the 5th restart speedometer started working normally,but now front air bag indicator is lit up and shows it as being off. is there a sensor that might cause to happen.thanks for any help you can give.
I was told I needed a new compressor & accumulator .....AC comes on, blows hot air, & no leaks, FREON is full
anyone has any other suggestions before I have to dish out loads of much needed $$$$$
I had a 4 wheel alignment done as well as balancing al tires. The squeek in the rear is only when it is cold and any bumps you encounter will cause the back to squeek. Not sure if its related but tire pressure sensor light stays on even when pressure is accurate. I even had it replaced at the dealership. Any suggestions on where to look and what to do would be greatly appreciated.
Are there any other recalls that I should be aware of???
ABS makes a unusually loud noise when activated in slippery conditions. VDC light is on. Slip indicator light is on. Brake pedal pulses more than usual when abs is activated. Indicator lights are not on initially, then come on after car is driven a short distance. What is the problem? What will the repair cost?
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Car will not start they say, steering wheel lock assembly. can I repair myself or is this a dealership repair only. What's the cost for parts.
MY DEALER SAYS 30M SERVICE SHOULD BE ABOUT $400. YOU SAY ABOUT $200. WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE?
JUST CHANGED THE OIL SO IT SHOULDN'T BE ADDED IN THE FINAL COST.
I recently purchased the a new Nissan Maxima,2009. I just took it in for it's first sevice call and was advise I "had to" use the Nissan ester oil...$129.99 for an oil change, needless to say Iwas just a little upset, especially since I drive 130 miles per day. Basically this would add $129.99 a month to my car payment. Is the ester oil a "must" factor to maintain my warranty?