Nissan north America can a do a better job when addressing their recalls rather than providing a band aid solution to their recalls. Edit: It actually blows if I even turn the key to the on position. I have tracked down a fuse that was blown in the fuse box under the hood by the water jug. Call or contact us online to get your order started. The dealership informed me that the 2005 Nissan models had a recall on the ecm modules and the crankshafts. I contacted Nissan to find out that it had never been corrected.
We understand everyones viewpoint; will be different from one another. This seems a little strange to me that a car with no problems prior would all of a sudden develop this problem after 106 miles which was the distance to my home in omak wa from wenechee. Also, make sure the engine cooling fans are not operating during the following procedures. Nissan has redesigned replacements but are incorrectly redesigned. Towed it to dealer they flashed ecm. Let me ask this, about a week before this incident I got a code 0340 after the car died and restarted right up.
If you look from the front of the vehicle with you standing in front of the car looking under the hood , it'll be on the right hand side of the air box facing sideways it's actually bolted right to the strut tower perpendicular to the firewall. This is a known issue by Nissan, as there has been a recall for 2000 - 2003 models of their cars in the past. We have no choice but to get the vehicle repaired as we have children but wanted to make sure this complaint was lodged for reporting purposes. This sensor was a faulty design from the beginning in which oil could enter inside the sensor, therefore causing a short and disabling the entire vehicle while in motion. I then disconnected the ecm and it didn't blow the fuse when the key was turned to the on position. I called the Nissan dealer, have the ecm reprogrammed, as they thought that would be the issue.
Oh and then they charged me to dispose of the old part which they left in my car. I don't really look forward to replacing the crank sensor again, but I'd rather do that then have the car shut down on the road. We replaces the camshaft and crankshaft position sensors and the car ran smoothly again. I did leave the car disconnected in the past from the negative battery terminal for hours and it was fine afterwards in that regards. Okay, I see where you're going now. Is it a rare deal where one would go out so soon after installing it and should I replace the crank sensor again with a better sensor? If engine can be started, procedure is completed. About two months ago, this light came back on and the sensor had gone bad again.
Called dealer they were no help at all and wanted to charge us to check codes told them we already had them and they said its not their problem. I think you'll get it the right one. The recall notice advised that the fix to this problem was the reprogramming of the ecm. To my understanding many other Altima owners experience this same problem and are forced to pay for defective parts that fail. Codes were checked they came up as bad crank and cam sensor. When you are done and before you fire it up, check for codes. It did this 3 times before I got it home.
The vehicle was not repaired. I have owned this car since 2008. The car got me where I needed to go. In this case only, this bulletin is complete, no further action is needed. Thank you in advance for your care and assistance. Altima owners report that up to a basketball-size hole develops under the floor mats where the floor pan metal rusts through. There are 1306 pages to the 2006 wiring manual.
Ive personally never done it. I have all the correspondence that I have with Nissan. Nissan was not helpfull other than replacing the same sensor from and charge you a bomb for it. A vehicle that is subject to shut down while driving without warning is very dangerous and should not be on the road. While off you lose power-steering, abs etc. I called Nissan about the problem file 6327690 and they stated they are not at fault. From what I've been reading everyone seems to be complaining that it's the crankshaft sensor.
She still refuted the fact that there had been any recall on the crankshafts for the 2005 Nissan Altimas. She stated that once the ecm was fixed it would resolve the cranking and shutting off problems I was experiencing. Would the car remote still work? An investigation needs to take place before someone is killed or seriously injured on the road or highway. I am replacing the crank position sensor myself as this is the cause of the problem. It didn't show the check engine light either with it disconnected which I guess is expected. A quick jump start got me up and running, but the battery tested bad at the local auto parts store.
So they put it under warranty for me. I spoke with a shop in Georgia called 2jr racing and they have successfully done this swap with a different car. But they refused to do anything about it. I had it towed back to my house and noticed the check engine light would not come on and the car would not start. Would the car still crank? Nissan rep divya cheeran advised me that the ecm and frame were on recall however the crankshaft was not. It would also sometimes not start.
By using the 2003 as a base I'm able to swap the ecu connectors and the car should start. She insisted the dealership was wrong and there was no recall of any crankshaft on any Nissan vehicles. My car is broke down on the side of the road and Nissan is not taking on any responsibility they want to fix half the problem and leave me to pay for the damage done to the vehicle from their malfunctions in the Altimas computers. Now the replacement sensors I got at Oriellys where from a company called importdirect. What's the difference between all these? They are independent publications and are not affiliated with or endorsed by or. I called reichert motors and they responded to have the vehicle towed back to there dealership by a certain towing company; which I did. The vehicle was taken to a dealer.