FAQs—Nissan Versa Note
I've been driving my Nissan Versa Note for more than two years now. Whenever I go over the posted speed limit, I hear a signal on the radio to slow down. I really get annoyed when I hear it, and I actually brought my vehicle to the repair shop to have it removed. However, the technicians won't remove it as it will void my warranty. Is there a way to turn it off?
There is no way to shut this speed warning signal off. It is meant to keep you within the speed limit, thus, keeping you safe. Eventually, you will learn how to live with it. Other Versa Note owners turn up the volume of their music to keep them from hearing the alarm. The technicians made the right call to keep it because removing it will definitely void your warranty. What's worse is if, in the future, you get into a car accident due to overspeeding and then they see that you had your speed warning signal removed, you will most likely have a problem claiming the insurance.
I almost got into a car accident last week when the brakes of my vehicle locked on me. It was really terrible because it was snowing and my car won't stop. When I stepped on the brakes, I heard a strange noise and the brakes lock and unlock. I wonder what's going on with my vehicle. What could be causing this problem?
When this happens to you, it is important to give your attention to it. This is a problem that you should never neglect. You need to check the condition of your vehicle's brake system. You may start with the external parts, like the caliper piston. The caliper piston can cause friction when it is being dragged. This can empty out the brake fluid, causing your brakes to lock. You also need to check your master cylinder if all your brakes are locking up simultaneously. You should take your vehicle to the repair shop as soon as you can to have it fixed.
I've noticed that the windshield of my vehicle has developed cracks already. It is only five years old, and I make it a point to clean and maintain it regularly. All of the windshields of my other cars, which are relatively older than my Nissan, are still intact. What's wrong with my vehicle?
A weak windshield is one of the most common complaints among Nissan Versa Note owners. A little bump can immediately create a crack on the windshield of this vehicle. When this happens, what you can do is to put a tape on it as a quick fix. It is important, however, that you bring your vehicle to the repair shop to have your windshield replaced. It cannot stay that way for long as the pressure when you drive in high speed can cause the cracks to worsen. Unfortunately, you need to shed some cash to have your windshield replaced as soon as possible.