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Good evening, Did the A/C System work last season/year after your compressor was replaced? If so it might a new malfunction, It is after all 14 yrs old vehicle. However i would highly recommend you call up that facility to see what might be going on with the A/C system. Most repairs/service comes with a 12 month or 12,000 mile warranty. Best of wishes and keep us posted on what is found after vehicle gets inspected. Michael
With a 15 yr old vehicle it can be just about anything. No spark condition at ignition coil, no fuel pressure at engine, unmeatered air intake leak etc... I would let them do their due dilagence and troubleshoot the issue without any input. I see too many instances today that regular people go to the internet and read a post/suggestion and strongly believe that their vehicle is suffering from the same condition without ever testing a single component. Then when it arrives to a qualified service station. Vehicle has a couple of parts installed, frustrated vehicle owner, yet still full of suggestion/ input. Just beware must automotive technicians have hundreds if not thousands of hours of training/ experience at their skillful craft. My only ews suggestion is if you have another authorized key try it to see if it starts w/ that one. Best of wishes.
The safest is using a professional grade puller but you must take extreme care because you run the risk of breaking windshield glass. I am left wondering why are they out of alignment? Internal wiper motor park switch malfunctioning? Or mechanical wear to a shaft? Best of wishes. Michael Moran Jr.
It's has been my technical experience that some of today's Mercedes Benz & Smart vehicles may demonstrate your similar if not exact symptoms of flashing indicators when there is a malfunction within the fuel evaporative emission system. I would highly recommend taking your vehicle into your local Top shop or equivalent for precise troubleshooting into your vehicle present malfunction. If you happen to commute into Chicago NorthSide area we would be happy to inspect your vehicle. If not best of wishes and we all look forward to what resolves your vehicle low fuel indicator(s) Michael Moran Jr Shop Foreman
My professional recommendation would be to get to a qualified service station. Have them check your vehicle charging system along with any possible oil leaking onto the exhaust. And while you drop off vehicle have someone from the facility go around the block and confirm the noise that you're hearing inside the vehicle knew the brake pedal that way all of your concerns get addressed. Best of wishes.
Could be something with the suspension while part for a while. I would highly recommend going through your owners manual and seeing if there's a hydraulic oil level (under hood) you could check if not take it so qualified service station (that has the proper Oem diagnostic tool required ) So that they can perform a diagnostic check to see if it's an electrical the function or a mechanical issue. We are located in the heart of the city (Lincoln Park Area for 33yrs) I understand Bartlett is a little bit outside of your area but you're more than welcome to come Visit us if distance isn't an issue is not the best of wishes.
I would highly recommend you take it to your local qualified service station so that they could figure out using a wire diagram what is actually causing your blower motor to stay on. If not it could drain the battery or prematurely wear out the blower motor best of wishes
I would highly advise you to have a qualified service center inspect the vehicle unless you have electrical/electronic background along with proper diagnostic tools and wiring diagrams. If not money + time will be wasted. Best of wishes.
Well it's good that you know the actual fault number on your Nissan. However keep in mind that the fault could be due to several different reasons. Poor electrical connection, unplugged temperature sensor, transmission software malfunction, valve body conductor plate damage, dented transmission pan, faulty temperature sensor etc... So to spectulate on an accurate cost would be a bit premature. Until a service technician inspects your vehicle and isolate where malfunction is. Then would be the best time to ask if pricing is in line. About you driving vehicle as is. I would say it's always best to be cautious because something abnormal is happening to temperature reading within the a/t temperature circuit or transmission itself and it would be wise to drive vehicle to service center ASAP to minimize any further issues. Best of wishes and keep us posted once vehicle has been inspected.
Sounds like you have 2 different issues. One related to abs & brake. Second the 4x4 indicator. Maybe you can provide more Info like what was facilities findings?