My car currently has 164,000+ miles on it. Possible causes could be a defective or stuck solenoid valve, dirty oil causing a blockage, a faulty cam sensor or faulty crank sensor. The failure and current mileage was 137,000. The master mechanic said he has seen this problem many times before which tells me that this is perhaps a long standing problem that Nissan chooses to ignore. The Vehicle Was Not Repaired. The vehicle was not repaired. I crank the engine as usual but it will not fire.
The Contact Stated That The Vehicle Stalled With The Illumination Of The Check Engine Warning Light. It started back up but started very hard. The independent mechanic informed the contact that the defect was contributed to the cam shaft position sensor. Nissan will not honor the recall. The failure was located at the camshaft position sensor. Cheap part, but lots of work to get to it. Hi I have a 2002 nissan maxima my car won't start it crank but won't start because the injector have no pulse I got power from the injector but no pulse I change the ecm got it reprogram by nissan it start and shut right off then don't start again so I disconect the throttle wire and plug it back it start and shut off after about 15 second every where I go no one seem to find my problem help please.
The manufacturer was notified of the failure. There are a lot people having engine slips with this car. Other than changing the oil and filter, the components would need to be checked with a scanner that can look at live data. Are there any other complaints about this part going out twice? Several warning lights in the instrument panel became illuminated. I am having transmission problems and after reading several forums on the internet, it seems as though I am not the only one with this problem.
Recall I Am Referring To Is Campaign Id Number: 03v455000. It is having this problem from day one but I did not observer clearly but these days I can feel the jerking affect. I told my daughter she had better take care of Max. At this point they found a misfire code, the problem was identified my the master mechanic and the dealer replaced the harness at my expense! Mechanic cut out rusted piece and welded a new section in place. Fit and finish are good, and reliability is among the best in class. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. I have read online that I'm not the only person having this problem with 04-06 Nissan Maximas.
I when the a transmission shop and had everything checked and they changed my transmission oil, but after about 2 weeks the slipping started again. When I first drove it with 55,500miles on it. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired by the dealer. The vehicle was taken to an authorized dealer for diagnostic testing. The vehicle had not been repaired.
The Vehicle Was Coasted To The Roadside And Restarted. The vehicle was taken to a repair shop however, they were unable to determine a cause of failure. Their theory of being 1 quart low on oil is not correct. The contact stated that the vehicle stalled after braking to a complete stop. The Vehicle Resumed Normally For A Short Distance Before The Failure Recurred And The Engine Failed To Restart.
The car idled extremely rough and the tachometer went crazy. Max has nearly 160K miles on him and is still going strong. The vehicle was not repaired. Upon deployment of the passenger side frontal air bag, excessive internal pressure may cause the inflator to rupture. Had to stop driving car and bring to dealer.
Several warning lights in the instrument panel became illuminated. Very rough starts, continuously to get the engine to turn. The Approximate Failure Mileage Was 140,000. Notes: Dealer techs have advanced tools and the ability to follow detailed troubleshooting steps, including the ability to test components using a scan tool. I contacted Nissan and they refused. My car doesn't start like it used to. It Will Restart; However, This Has Started To Be A Frequent And Dangerous Occurrence.