I am at the dealer at least once, sometimes twice a month. The vehicle in the video is a 2005 Nissan Xterra. Once you do this you will be able to see the plastic guides that go into the part that was originally thought needed to be shaved off. Pull away bedliner if equipped with just enough to get to flat metal hook that holds tailgate latch when closed. Brake warning light This light functions for both the parking brake and the foot brake systems.
Turn the engine off and check the generator belt. Adjust the piston to the right angle as shown in the figure. One of mine fell off. On mine, there were two tie downs that used the threaded ends of the bolt studs to attach. I'm waiting to hear from Nissan. Use a tire pressure gauge to check the tire pressure. The vehicle was not repaired.
After opening the tailgte, you will notice two round caps inside the tailgate area - adjacent to the tail lights two on the left, two on the right. I just replaced my tail light and it was reletively easy thing to do. I even disconnected the battery to see if it would stall the car and I could determine it was the alternator. I am filing a complaint because I don't think this car is a good car. This known problem was identified in 2007 and I was unaware of it, though Nissan was.
The failure mileage was 60,000. Dealer investigated and could not duplicate the experiences. At the same time, the chime sounds for about 6 seconds unless the drivers seat belt is securely fastened. I have a similar issue, but slightly different. If one is not available, loosen but don't remove completely. I used to be the biggest cheerleader for nissan.
It will eventually come off. The approximate failure mileage was 72,000. These two steps are unnecessary. Brakes seemed to work ok, so I continued. I have had to replace an engine mount. The failure and the current mileage was 97,000. I have had to replace tires, have had the vehicle in the shop for the check engine light coming numerous times; have paid to have the battery replaced because the car suddenly stalled; have had the catalytic converter replaced because of one of the check engine light trips to the dealer.
The car is only two years old. Now I know I'll definitely work on this in the morning. Check the tire pressure for all four tires. You might want to try this first:. Repeat Steps 1 and 2 two more times 4.
The noise continued and I continued to try to find out what it was. And I also think that Nissan knows about this problem. Soo I took it to the dealer and said it needed a new abs pump, harness, and ipdm. I suspect its the waterpump or power steering but im not entirly sure. I pulled over to see if my belt was ok and it was. If they don't cover the cost which I think they should this being my fourth max since the car is not really that old. The body style of the car is beautiful, but the car itself is a piece of crap due to poor mechanics.
Again, the dealer was unable to diagnose the failure and the vehicle was not repaired. Car is very low mileage and garaged. The contact has not taken the vehicle back to the local mechanic to inspect the cause for the abs warning light being illuminated. It had a rudimentary diagram of the tail light assembly that was somewhat helpful. I only took off the very small side node that was acting to prevent the penetration from moving back through the hole. The tool has the tip made to fit in the grooves on the caliper piston. The current and failure mileages were approximately 50,000.
If the light comes on while the engine is stopped, it may not be possible to free the steering lock or to start the engine. And if they don't cover the cost this will be my last Nissan. When I start the car the dash is clear of any warning lights. The maximas have a single piston caliper which needs to be removed. Driver's side: remove air duct that connects to your air filter box. I turn vehicle off, and it resets itself to normal. The contact owns 2004 Nissan Maxima.