Last post on Oct 01, 2013 at 12:36 PM
You are in the Nissan Altima
What is this discussion about?
Nissan Altima, Sedan
Go to NHTSA to file a safety complaint.
Or call Monday-Friday (8 am to 8 pm ET) (888) 327-4236 TTY: (800)424-9153
#2096 of 2710 Re: 2004 Nissan Altima Stalling Problem [sln74]
Nov 09, 2007 (8:44 pm)
I have an 04 Altima, it began idling and shutting off if i did not accelerate while in a neutral position. It then began to shut off while driving down the road and i would have to put it in neutral to coast until i could crank it back up. The problem only gets worse. After awhile, it will not crank back up. Turns out it had a recall on the ecm, but first i had to replace the crank sensor, $150.00 at the local dealership. Completely solved the problem tho until recently, which brings me to this site for my own problems that may or may not deal with this crank sensor. Hope this helps.
#2097 of 2710 Re: 2004 Nissan Altima Stalling Problem [lhavar]
Nov 09, 2007 (10:02 pm)
I got the crank shaft sensor and the cam sensor replaced and it is running fine now. I know the 2002 models have been recalled for the sensor issues...we should complain so they will pay for these repairs (hopefully)...but I am curious...what is the problem you are experiencing now?? do I have this to look forward too?
#2098 of 2710 Re: 2004 Nissan Altima Stalling Problem [sln74]
Nov 09, 2007 (11:16 pm)
hopefully not! i got a flat tire, and put the spare on til had time to get the match to my other tires ordered. car sat for four days while i drove our truck. went to get in it mon morn...battery dead. its original 2004 battery, went and got a new battery, car would start, go dead. then not start at all. after many hours of research on this site I found that many people also have same probs we did. i found a post saying to turn the key to on, leave for two seconds turn back to off, pull key out, turn back to on 2 more sec then crank so i ran to my car and IT WORKED!!! THE ONLY reason i havent traded it in due to the hassles it gives me is because im so close to payoff! My suggestion- if you plan on keeping a car payment and you have already started experiancing the probs, trader er in. As for my car, we'll see if it will actually get me to the tire shop tomorrow. P.S. If you have any probs concerning yours, I'm a pro at this point. Everything that can go wrong, I probably have experiance on!
#2099 of 2710 New transmission mount for Altima '07?
Nov 12, 2007 (9:05 am)
Just as everyone else I have been having problems with my Nissan Altima '07. It has been the worst car ever and im stuck with it for the next three years...(by the way anyone has any ideas how can i get rid of it without loosing to much money?) any ways i took it to the dealer because it was rattling and shaking when accelerating and even more shaking when going above 60miles... they changed the transmission mount.. of course without even consulting me... but does anyone know if this is the issue? i thought these repairs were for old or worn out cars...
#2100 of 2710 Re: New transmission mount for Altima '07? [tabola]
Nov 12, 2007 (2:08 pm)
"my Nissan Altima '07"
Is it a 2.5 or 3.5?
#2101 of 2710 Re: New transmission mount for Altima '07? [victrolajazz]
Nov 12, 2007 (3:19 pm)
2.5.... ok now they told me it is not the transmission mount but the engine mount... the left one...
#2103 of 2710 nissan altima 05
Nov 15, 2007 (9:40 pm)
I had the same problem with my 05 altima. i really thing its the transmission mount. You need to put some type of rubber around the mount to keepfrom making contact with the engine, It truly suck. P.S, how much did the dealer charge you for fixing it victrolajazz
Nov 15, 2007 (9:53 pm)
how much did they charge for fixing it victrolajazz
#2105 of 2710 Heater + AC, 2007 2.5S
Nov 15, 2007 (8:46 pm)
not really sure which forum this question belongs..
when i turn on the blower with the selector on heat, the AC turns on by itself. i talked to the service dept and they said that's ok as the AC is trying to get rid of the moisture. my problem is, it always stays on, doesn't turn off after some time, as i would expect, and more annoyingly, it turns back on even after i turn it off, when i change the outlet selection.. I don't think it's ok for both heater and AC to be running at the same time. is this ok and is there a way to turn the AC off so that it doesn't turn on by itself?