MY 05 NISSAN MAXIMA BLOWS HOT AIR. WHEN THE CAR HAD 15000 MILES WE TOOK IT TO THE DEALER FOR THE SAME PROBLEM AND THEY SID THE COOLANT WAS A LITTLE LOW AND THEY ADDE SOME. BUT THE PROBLEM HAS PERSISTED AND NOW WE HAVE TO TAKE IT BACK AGAIN. THE CAR NOW HAS 22000 MILES.
not very it probably wont happen again
Hi my Nissan maxima 1997 is having some problems like idle is very low when the engine is warm! then while driving it was ok but when you stop at the intersection or traffic lights the "IDLE drops down again and it wiil go dead when you try to restart sometimes it won't start and u "hear the "SQUEAKING NOISE! tell what do you think the problem was?
Look for a loose ground/connecting wire.
You can get your automatic windows again by opening your settings and checking the get automatic updatezs box.Reboot your computer and it should start the updates.
I got the same problem with my 1990 Nissan Maxima . I was just about to ask when I saw your posting. Mine does it particularly when I step on the breaks and the engine will just die on me and the anti lock and break signal will light up. It will start back on but does it again after a few miles. I need some help on this one too if anybody can answer it.
What you probably need to do is to check you battery because i have a dodge 2004 also and my locks did the same thing so i just replaced my battery and the locks started working again.
would you consider working again for us
Not sure, it's been working on again off again for the past few days. Hopefully it will be fixed soon.
I asked the question, got some info. behind the glove box, unplug the alarm from the control?
check your fuel filter Might want to clean your throttle body. check you Mass Airflow Meter (MAF sensor).
Use Dexron-III compatible fluid or genuine Nissan ATF. I just did a drain and refill on a 1995 Nissan Maxima, and I used 4 quarts of ATF (after putting the car on ramps). After doing the drain and refill, remember to drive your car around for about 5-10 minutes to fully warm up the ATF fluid, then park the car on a level surface (leave the engine on, and the A/T in park), pull out the dipstick and the level should be in-between the shaded (crosscut) HOT marker region. If your level is below the HOT region, add more. The HOT marker region has a 1 quart range. Whatever you do, do NOT overfill, as it can damage your transmission. Again, as my car was on ramps for the drain and refill, it may have drained more out then if it was level--so pay attention to the above paragraph to check the ATF level. Start by putting 3.5 quarts and see where you are at. You can always add more, but if you overfill, you'll need to remove the drain plug again.
Press the pedal in again
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The Nissan Sunny was first produced in 1966 as the Datsun 1000. It continued to be manufactured until 2004, but then was released again in 2006. It is also known as the Nissan Tsuru, and later models referred to as the Nissan Sentra.
Turn it on
Use another phone until yours is repaired or working again.
Open the door , disasemble it, find the broken part, buy it, replace it, asemble it back, and done your door is working properly again
There is bolts unscrew them and the replace again
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dry it out
Please ask again and tell us which model you have / Automatic / Over Under ???
With reservoir 8-1/4 qt (US) == == Again Refer to to the Nissan Altima 1997 Manual
Check the brake pedal switch that is activated on the brake pedal arm. The switch is activated when it is pushed in when the driver lets off the brake and the arm comes up. There is a hole that is plugged with a small black plastic cap. on my Maxima that cap broke. I was able to find a bolt that would fit inside it with a washer and nut on the back to close it up again. strange design but a cheap easy fix.
bite me.It turned out to be a bad blower motor. The blower motor not working in extreme temp. seems to be just a symtom of a wore out motor. For what's it's worth, last summer I had a simalar problem with the A/C not working one really hot day. The days got cooler and the A/C started working again on it's own. I have found the jappanese cars to be easy to work on, but the systoms of parts going bad are different from American cars.