Nissan JUKE Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your Nissan JUKE
- is code 441 a emission warranty with only 42000 miles on the car
- Upon staring the car and driving, the traction light and breaks engage.
- Has anyone heard of 2013 Jukes bursting into flames originating from the engine
- How to turn off check tire pressure light
- difficulty starting the engine with keyless start-happens sporadically.
Nissan JUKE Problems
my low milage(7387mi), well maintained 2013 Nissan Juke S burst into flames after having been parked in our driveway for more than 30 hours. There was no evidence of arson or lightening. When I had parked it there was on fuel smell and I had already had the fuel injector sensor repaired by the dealership according to the recall. That happened on May 21st of 2015. Today I received a one page letter from Nissan-USA that "A Nissan Technical Speci...
Nissan JUKE Questions
My Juke had 7387 miles on the odometer and had been parked in my driveway for more than a day and a half. At 12:40 am it burst into flames. Fortunately an alert neighbor smelled smoke, called the Fire Dept who came promptly and in force. Luckily the damage was only to property rather than people ...
It was on ALL winter last year. Cold weather just made it come on again, it's been on for days! So annoying.
recently purchased 2012 juke-7800 miles. took it back to garage after I couldn't get it started, the mechanic couldn't help me because it would consistently start. happened again today- could the batteries in keypod need replaced?
Nissan JUKE Recalls
The engine start/stop button may stick inside its housing, causing it to shut the engine off while driving unexpectedly. Dealers will modify the switch housing free of charge to resolve the concern.
The fuel pressure sensor may not have been sufficiently tightened during vehicle production. As a result, the fuel pressure sensor may loosen over time resulting in a fuel leak. Any fuel leak increases the risk of a fire. Nissan / Infiniti dealers will replace the fuel pressure sensor as necessary to correct this concern.
Due to a faulty weld, the rear seat back striker may partially separate in a crash. As a result, the rear seat back may not stay properly secured, increasing the risk of injury to rear seat occupants. Dealers will replace affected seat back strikers to correct this concern.
Nissan JUKE Reviews
Don't trust me that this car has problems, just look at the recalls. This is a short term vehicle, don't expect longevity. Way over priced, but hey go drive one it's a real kick in the pants fun thing. These over sized key things for all Nissans are a real pain for a man cause if you make any movement with these FOB's in you pocket the alarm goes off. Should called these SOB's. Oh when the ba...
The biggest mistake I made was buying the 2011 Juke SV FWD CVT transmission new off the lot. The first year the car worked well. Month 13 is when all the issues started: In the last 13 months: Computer replaced twice Driver side wipper mount & moter replacement repair tracking control system New battery Timing Chain Replacement for engine ticking) Fuel injector replacement (hard st...
I love my "Juke". I have not had one ounce of trouble with it. BUT……saying that it has a smell. I may drive it a hour and shut it off to go into the store and it has an AWFUL smell when returning. I have had it checked out and sprayed BUT it doesn't help. This does not do it all the time just when you least expect it.