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This just happened yesterday and I was able to start the car right away. It's about time for an oil change; it's been running a little rough at times, with a "cough". The car has about 56K miles on it and has had regular oil changes since I bought it new.
Just recently bought some parts from 4 Seasons (or Everco by 4 Seasons) and wanted to get people's opinion on the company's products. Is it reliable or not?
When I mentioned the company to my mechanic felt more relieved when I said it because I told him I bought an aftermarket product.
I would shell more money to maybe a Denso product (I've heard their parts are the best) but I am a college student so the situation is unfortunate.
It might be a dumb question, but I want to triple check. My A/C Compressor failed not too long ago (6 months) and I have finally decided to replace it with a new compressor.
Question is if I need to replace the receiver/drier as well. Normally, I would have to according to many online forums. However, the mechanic I took it to (very reputable, over 400 reviews) said that normally he would suggest doing it. However, since the compressor failed electrically (magnetic clutch/coil fails), he assumes there shouldn't be any debris.
Do I need to replace the receiver/drier?
I have had to replaced the engine last year and the fuel pump yesterday and it's still not running
This is the first time
I purchased a bulb at a part store but they didn't want to try it.
My A/C stopped working suddenly. I thought perhaps it was the fan belt.
Noise is louder when is heated up. Noise is from front right wheel,
My side mirror ran into a pole while I was backing up from a tight parking space. Please recommend a good Nissan repair shop.
Clutch sensor was replaced, trouble repeated at 14,000 miles and now just one month later I'm having trouble with it again. Push in the clutch, turn the key and nothing... Service techs are throwing up their hands. Anyone else experiencing this?
How do I reset the TPMS on this vehicle. The tire pressures are as recommended.
After the car has been parked for while and you begin driving it again, there is a bumping noise in the right front. That's the only time it does it until the car is parked again and driven after being parked.
I noticed that the roof mounted antenna does not have the wire wrapped around it that I understand reduces air noise. Could this be the noise I'm hearing coming from the rear of the car while on the highway?