Nissan Rogue Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your Nissan Rogue
- Are the lower control arms a know issue?
- I have been told that worn control arm bushings on 2008 Rogue cannot be replaced
- ac/heat blower fan was making noise, got very loud, and then nothing?
- Need a fair estimate on waterpump/timing belt replacement on 2000 Cirrus.
- I had Anti freeze linking from my radiator. The mechanic told me I need to pay
Nissan Rogue Problems
The fuel gauge may read incorrectly due to a faulty sender in the tank. A failed fuel level sender will require replacement to restore correct fuel gauge operation.
The Check Engine Light may illuminate with a stored code P0444. This can be caused by a broken wire at the canister purge volume control solenoid valve. Our technicians tell us if a broken wire is found at the solenoid, a kit is available from Nissan to repair this issue.
The sunroof may not close completely due to interference from the wind deflector. Our technicians tell us there is a revised wind deflector available to correct this concern.
Nissan Rogue Questions
I bought my 2008 Nissan Rogue in 2012. I replaced the front lower control arm on both sides in May 2013 and I was just told that they need replacing again.
Instead you must replace the control arm. Is this true? What should it cost?
Just bought a used 2000 Cirrus for $2000.00. The next day I checked the fluids and it needed anti-freeze. Filled her up and after a short ride I parked it and later noticed a puddle of anti-freeze. Hoses seem to be new and I tightened the clamps. It has 135000 on the engine. Looks way to complica...
Nissan Rogue Recalls
A mixture of snow/water and salt can seep through the interior carpet on the drivers side resulting in an electrical short in a wiring harness connector under the carpet. If left unchecked this could lead to a fire. Dealers will inspect the kick panel wiring harness connector and if necessary install a new harness connector and waterproof seal.
During vehicle assembly, the tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) was not activated. This could result in the vehicle being operated with underinflated tires, increasing the risk of tire failure and a possible crash. Dealers will activate the TPMS on the affected vehicles before they are sold.
The circuit board in the electric power steering assist control unit may have been installed incorrectly. This can cause a solder joint to fail, resulting in failure of the circuit board. If the circuit board fails, power steering assist will be lost, increasing the force needed to steer the vehicle, which can lead to a crash. Dealers will replace the electric power steering control module to correct this concern.
Nissan Rogue Reviews
Twice when car was traveling about 6 hours, the accelerator just cut out. Once on NJ Turnpike, by Shore after traveling all day in heat. Second time. 2 months later after 60,000 mile check up and green light, it cut out on Rt. 80 during rainstorm going up steep incline. I happened driving to Ohio and again next day returning to NJ. We kept rpm low and stopped when safe, waited a few minutes a...
I love my car! It's perfect and user friendly! Quiet. Perfect size. Not too small. Not too big.
nothing but trouble 3 transmissions under 120,000 miles. Shuddering during idle at an intersection so violently it shakes the entire car. Several dealerships no solution no support from Nissan. Notified their consumer complaint division, never got a returned call. Stranded more than once on interstate while on a trip (out of state) multiple problems, no solutions. Will never own another own.