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TOPIC : Nissan

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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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Tech tips designed to make your life easier and your shop more efficient

Just a quick tip here to keep the shop floor cleaner. We put cheap furnace filters in our drain dollys. This prevents splashing when draining oil.

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Nissan blank screen

This TSB applies to 2010-2013 Nissan vehicles equipped with a navigation system. The customer may experience a blank screen (Nav display turns off) intermittently while in Drive and Reverse. All functions such as music, fan speed and fan mode continue to work.

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Nissan releases TPMS cautions

Nissan warns that the use of improper tire inflator tools can break the stem of a tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) sensor.

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Nissan MIL 'ON' DTC

This applies to a MIL ON with DTC P0603 (ECM power supply) on a variety of 2006-2009 Nissan vehicles.

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Nissan Cube DTC

This TSB applies to 2011 Nissan Cube (Z12), built before May 16, 2011. A MIL-on with DTC P0101 (MAF SEN/CIRCUIT) may be stored in the ECM, with no drivability issues.

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What's causing Nissan Altima hesitation?

2007-2011 Nissan Altima vehicles equipped with the CVT transmission and QR25 engine may experience slight hesitation or surging at low speeds.

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Clicking Nissan

A clicking noise has been reported coming from the rear axles during take-off/acceleration on 2004-2011 Nissan Armada vehicles built before Aug. 14, 2010.

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Squeaky Nissan accelerator

2009-2012 Nissan 370Z vehicles may exhibit a squeaking noise when the accelerator pedal is depressed.

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Nissan Titan vibration

This TSB applies to 2004-2012 Nissan Titan vehicles that exhibit a vibration felt in the steering wheel (other than shimmy) and/or floor and/or seats when driving at a speed between about 25 mph and 40 mph.

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