Whining noise coming from the engine. I drove around in a new vehicle, a 2018 Nissan Sentra. This was either the power valve screw failure or the timing chain. Any information on this class action suit would be helpful to know. When she got there the oil pressure light came on and I told her to take it in and have it checked. I have a 2007 Nissan Quest 3.
Now I guess I see why. Well it really isn't fixed since another cvt transmission was put in the car. If there is not a class action suit for this vehicle there should be. Now I have been told by repair shop that the timing chain quides are worn needed replacement. .
I have always serviced at the dealership every 3K miles. I've yet to contact Nissan about the issue. Not sure if trading in or fixing. I certainly do not have the money for this costly repair! I would really love help in this matter. Why would they even let me drive out if I hadn't been approved? Problem is it's Been sitting there for the last four weeks and I can't getting an answer as to when it will be repaired. I went out to start it again and it turned over and made a knocking sound and then turned over really fast. I have a 2005 Nissan Maxima.
Do your best to get confirmation of receipt of your request, and then get in writing their answer, demand it, demand it be emailed to you or faxed. I read a review from a guy who had the same issue happen with his daughter in the car and how he almost crashed and died. We are stuck and can't afford another vehicle to replace it but we can't drive it either for fear it will blow up. The vehicle was purchased brand new, has been maintained, but has been problematic. When she got there the oil pressure light came on and I told her to take it in and have it checked. I started hearing the noise like 3 months ago at first I thought it was the fans but now the noise is more apparent, goes away after the car warms up.
Looked online and found thousands of similar complaints. Currently have 110k miles and plan to keep for another 50k. Buckeye Nissan in Columbus, Ohio extremely rude with the review of the case and basically would not help at all. Very dangerous due to it going out on interstate while driving. I have the same issue, wrote Nissan a couple times, got a stock response, even told me of an unrelated recall. Couple of days ago the cain slipped or broke and hole in the chain box. Now there is this loud whining noise coming from the defective timing chain guides that Nissan should replace under recall and never did.
Additionally, these types of cases also tend to have drawbacks. I recently replaced all 3 catalytic converters. Shudder, shaking and jumping when accelerating. My dad went old school and ran a chain from the engine mount to the body and bolted it in place so the engine would not move and activate the sensor. They were completely unprofessional they would not return my calls my messages my emails I must have left 57 voicemails throughout those 2 weeks. I bought this vehicle because my Honda's had the non-metallic timing belt that required dogmatic replacement every 90,000 miles. When the Timing Chain Tensioning System fails, it can cause a variety of problems, including the inability to accelerate and maintain speed, as well as, catastrophic engine failure.
I insisted to talk to the mechanic and the mechanic confirmed that this has been a continual problem for all Maximas and he has been seeing the problem often. I have owned at least one Nissan for the last 20 years but I have to say I don't know if I will purchase another one. I love my vehicle I don't have the money for the repair since I am finacing it. Yet its us that has to pay out of pocket this astronomical amount of money. Because if they ran a business on the up and up, there should be no problem with contacting the upper management if you are unhappy with what lower management does for you, and the upper management should be more than happy to talk to you. Taking it to a dealership in two days.
In all fairness, we expected some type of compensation for a vehicle that should have lasted for many more years. I'm not understanding why Nissan keeps selling these faulty transmissions. Quite frankly, I am passed the point of disappointment, as I am still paying for a vehicle that is not running properly. Someone even told my fiance that the ticking noise was probably from injectors i need to verify if this was the dealer or an oil change place. I tried to trade in the vehicle but my credit being too low nobody would finance me.
Driving home with my children a few nights ago the timing chain broke and left us stranded late night in the middle of the street in very busy intersection. Because less witnesses overlap, the trial process understandably moves along more efficiently, while the overall cost of litigation tends to be lower than for separate plaintiffs filing alone. Basically I am screwed as far as a car and I still have to make payments. Among them: broken motor mounts, replace valve cover gaskets, sway-bar bushings, shocks, blah blah blah. The selection of an attorney is an important decision. Whining noise coming from the engine. Well 2500 dollars later its fixed but no recourse.
From reading the other comments I fear I will be trying to buy a motor, paying to have it put in while still making payments. Legal Help If you have a similar problem and would like to be contacted by a lawyer at no cost or obligation, please. Our 05 Nissan Quest started off with digital gas gauge and odometer fading out. I'm having a different dealer check it out next week. Complaint: Posted in Tagged , , , , , , Attorneys have opened an investigation of Ford Motor Company relating to a potential defect in the transmissions of Ford Focus and Fiesta vehicles.