Could this be the same issue people are talking about here? Is the inspection result normal? I think the 10s are pretty well set and if you consider buying an 08 or 09 Rogue, make sure it has all the updates. It is the same thing everyone else has mentioned. I noticed on the way home it seemed like the transmission might be slipping. Just returned from 2,000 mile vacation 2,000. My Rogue did this driving home tonight. This really should be a recall. I'm supposed to leave on a 3 day trip with my Rogue tomorrow morning.
I was told that the wire wasn't long enough, so it stretched far enough that it pulled the wire protection. With Hazard lights on, drove back into the dealership at 25mph. You may want to look into this. If so does it work? The brakes are connected to this and the stalling is related to it too. We figured that the shifter knob must wear down after extended use so all we had to do was to remove the shifter knob Put the shifter in low gear position and remove two Phillips screws and then we screwed the small white plastic piece down further. Or the sensor by the wheels. It continued to act up until I pulled into a parking lot and stopped completely.
I find that the dealer makes all the difference in cases like these. I'm starting to think its a master cylinder problem. Took me about 30 seconds and I'd never done it before. Did you have your problem corrected by the dealer? Brought it to my mechanic and had the Camshaft position sensor replaced by my mechanic. Then with all the salt and cold weather it finally corroded. Now don't ask yourself; What should you do with C1116 code? You are more than welcome to start one yourself Dougfms. Seems like the problem only go towards 08' models.
I asked how that was possible when the car isn't a year old. The problem seems to be fixed! I sent the vehicle to a local Nissan dealer who says everything is functioning properly but can't tell what the other mechanic did. Some are very accommodating and willing to extend a 'good will' warranty for stuff like this. Needless to say it is in the shop again. It seems if they catch it in the act of failing and pull codes it registers, but if you restart the car and things are running ok, the code is cleared until it happens again next time so it's very difficult for the tech to diagnose. It also does this in drive when starting out. I strongly recommend taking it to the dealer and having them look at it.
Thanks - no - mine was not and out of warranty. I have had this problem as well. Is the inspection result normal? Some are very accommodating and willing to extend a 'good will' warranty for stuff like this. There are sure a lot of issues with the Rogue's transmission. We replaced the alternator and everything was back to normal. It could be a malfunctioning wheel speed sensor.
You will be issued a refund if there is a recall based on this issue. This really is a safety issue and they need to be aware of it. Spark plugs typically need to be replaced every season or 25 hours of use. The service technician couldn't believe it so we went out. Am in talks with the dealership to get to the bottom of this. The sensor is part of the distributor.
About all you can do is collect these posts and print them out. Test brake lamp switch hanging up at times causing the problem. This entry was posted in on February 8, 2019. I slowed down -- no change -- shifted into manual -- no change. However, there is no way for our forum software to automatically create 'petitions'.
So we suggested the customer replace the brake light switch and re-test. If so, what was the fix? I even mentioned that I had read about the switch on this site and none of the mechanics thought it would solve the problem. If your spark plugs look good, problems with your ignition system can also preventing a spark. Engine coolant temperature rises by 20В°C 36В°F or more after starting the engine. I had to turn off my car in traffic to reset the computer to get it to move.