because theres water in the electronics
I don't know, but I have the same problem with my 2011 Sentra. :(
Belt slipping? due to bad adjustment or glazing
you need a new blower motor resistor
I had a 1990 nissan maxima that use to do that and the problem was my rack and pinion bushings were bad
Check for a slipping drive belt between encine crank pulley and AC compressor pulley.
Check the power steering fluid to see if it needs to be filled. If not, then you may need a new power steering pump.
could be any number of things you need to list symptoms as to what it does when you try to start it or what it ran like the last time it was running
the rotor fong on the brick and bracken causes the rack and pinion to slip. Change the synchromesh, and eat retsyn.
Faulty switch on the stalk on steering column, had it do that to me on a mazda.
you need do a leak down test to find out. it may be valve, ring ,piston, cylinder wall, head gasket.
your syncronizers in the transmission are worn out in 5th gear. there what make the gears line up in speed so you can change them smoothly
same thing started happening on my '97, you will probably need to have a new clutch cable installed. when they get old, sometimes they will start to fray which causes them to stretch and causes your pedal to become sticky.
the car's front wheels can be violently turned by hitting objects during the crash,this causes the steering wheel to turn as well,so drivers remove their hands to prevent injuries like broken thumbs,broken wrists,broken arms,etc.
it wiil break your steering column
Failure of the power steering system.
well... there are many different causes for vibrations. The most common cause for steering wheel vibration at high speed is poor wheel alignment.
worn bearings on steering column shaft inside steering column
twice in 2 years I had to replace the valve cover gasket on my 2001 sentra. Oil would pool around in this area. Last done in December 08 and no problems yet
Your power steering pump and or steering box may be about to give out on you.
you may need more power steering fluid.
Low Power Steering Fluid
Vacuum leak, bad spark plugs, plug wires, or all three. Replace all vacuum hoses, plugs and plug wires. Replace the hoses one at a time so as to not get confused.
Low steering fluid can cause a steering wheel to whine when turning. A worn steering belt can also cause a steering wheel to whine when a car is being turned.
Low on power steering fluid. Loose or missing drive belt. Faulty power steering pump. Faulty power steering box.
Assuming you have power steering, you may have a loose belt or the power steering system has a leak and the power steering fluid reservoir is low or empty.