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Whistling Nissan Murano

The 2009 Nissan Murano may exhibit a whistle noise from the engine during light acceleration.

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Bump/thump on acceleration

This TSB applies to 2008 Nissan Pathfinder, Frontier and Xterra vehicles equipped with automatic transmissions. A short (lasts less than one second) bump/thump may be felt with light throttle application, while driving on a flat or slightly inclined road, with the transmission in fifth gear and the torque converter at full lockup, with an engine speed of approximately 1,100-1,300 rpm and at speeds of 35 to 45 mph.

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Nissan ECM power

If you have a Nissan vehicle with the MIL “ON” that has DTC P0603 (ECM power supply) stored in the ECM:

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Don’t swap Nissan navigation cards

The Navigation (NAVI) SD Map data cards are not interchangeable between the two versions of NAVI units offered in Nissan vehicles that use this type of data map.

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Less than max Nissan A/C

This TSB from Nissan refers to the A/C system not cooling the cabin to factory specification in 2007-2012 Altima and 2009-2012 Maxima vehicles.

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Nissan drumming when turning

A drumming noise from the right front strut tower area when the steering wheel is being turned to the left has been reported in the 2013 Nissan Altima, while moving at a speed under 15 mph.

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Nissan shivers when cold

This TSB applies to 2010-2012 Nissan Altima sedan and coupe vehicles equipped with the QR25DE 4-cylinder engine with California emissions only.

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Replacing configurable BCM

Nissan advises that before replacing a configurable BCM, always select Save Configuration whether or not it has any manually configurable options.

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Nifty Nissan trans check

When inspecting or servicing a seven-speed transmission in a 2009-2011 Nissan 370Z or 2010-2011 370Z Roadster, you may find that the fluid color is darker than expected in the first 2,000 to 3,000 miles of operation.

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Wimpy wiper?

Nissan vehicles equipped with Intermittent Rain Sensing Wipers feature a rain sensor located on the windshield. When the lever is pushed down to the intermittent (INT) position, the wipers will operate when the rain sensor detects rain. The wipers may only make a single stroke unless rain is detected directly above the sensor.

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