I picked up my new Majestic Blue 20th Anniversary SE Monday night. When I got home I removed the bracket (state of NC does not require a front plate) and was very upset to find that 2 holes had been drilled in the front bumper cover to install the bracket. My 1999 SE had a bracket that did not require drilling for mounting. So after calling 2 Nissan dealerships I found that drilling 2 holes is the only way to mount the bracket on the 2001's. I am posting this for you future Maxima owners who might be bothered by this.
I saw the earlier posts about special car waxes out there...But can anyone recommend over the counter products that are easy to use and still hold up...and what type of rags do you use to apply and remove...Thanks ...Joe D.
I used some left over "Performance Guild" or something like that from my house. I did the whole house and the stuff did wonders. Any good quality Low-E film should work fine, just don't use it on the windows. It has a metalic layer in it that reflects heat and glare. This isn't the mirror film either. At night it is harder to see through then non-metalic films. I like keeping roof popped when parked in sun, with shade half closed to exhaust heat and with this and all the tint and a sunshade-Wow what a difference.
Here in NY, whenever it seems to get real hot, you can expect an afternoon thunderstorm or rain shower. leaving the sunroof open would be much easier if someone would come up with a device that senses rain (like some caddys do), and close the sunroof for you !! Ah to dream...oh well...in the meantime, I guess we'll have to take our chances.
The article says she was wearing the seatbelt. However, don't the '93 models have those automatic electric belts?
It might be possible that she did not bother to attach the lap belt portion and that's why she was so severly injured.