Nissan Repair Q&AA guide to repairs, service, and maintenance costs for your Nissan Nissan Maintenance You can maintain your Nissan’s critical parts and keep its resale value up by following the service and maintenance schedule recommended by its manufacturer. However, even the most carefully maintained vehicle can still develop problems over the years. Knowing the warning signs of an impending issue will help return your vehicle to the road ASAP. Here are some of the common problems you might encounter:
Some owners of the 2002, 2005, and 2006 Nissan Altima have reported that the engine could stall while the car was either moving or when it was still. A faulty camshaft position sensor or crankshaft position sensor is one of the likely causes of this problem.
The navigation system in some 2017 Nissan Pathfinders can develop issues like frozen images on the backup camera, frozen controls, and a problematic reverse assist display.
While some owners were able to solve the issue by downloading software updates, others needed to replace the entire system.
In some 2001 through 2012 Nissan Altimas, warm air may come out of the air conditioning vents instead of the expected cool air. This problem is usually caused by a refrigerant leak in the A/C hose, which has developed a crimp.