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#187 of 193 2005 Altima FM reception
Apr 14, 2004 (6:27 pm)
I just leased an '05 Altima 2.5S and I'm disappointed with the FM reception of the car. I live in a major metropolitan city and my last car's reception was fine.
Has any other owner of an '05 Altima come across this problem? If so, what action have you taken? I've heard this complaint before.
Apr 15, 2004 (12:33 pm)
I have the SAME problem.
I just bought my 05 and it has the worse radio reception I have heard in ANY car.
Still love that car though.
#189 of 193 2005 Altima FM reception
Apr 15, 2004 (7:47 pm)
I just picked up my 05 Altima from the dealer. They checked the radio and said they couldn't find a problem with a reception.
However, they told me that enough owners complain about this problem, Nissan will take action and post at "Service Bulletin" to help fix the problem.
Therefore, if you are experiencing this problem please either take your car to the dealer, or call Nissan directly, and open a complaint file with them.
We all need to work together to try and remedy this problem.
#190 of 193 Re: one problem w/ SE-R [alpha01 #182]
Apr 15, 2004 (11:06 pm)
alpha01 i think the Torque Steer of the altima is over stated a is no that big of a deal.
as for the Legacy GT 05, i sat in one at the NY auto show nice car but the back seat leg and foot room is tight.
Apr 16, 2004 (7:41 am)
I dont think its overstated if its a problem that all major critics cite. On the contray, I think a concensus of opinion speaks to the issue that it is. Since the SE-R is even more torquey, we'll see.
The Legacy sedan at NYIAS had power front seats and the battery was switched off, with seat position at the back of the tracks. Something to keep in mind. That said, I dont drive from the rear.
Apr 16, 2004 (8:24 am)
A tendency for a car to turn in a particular direction when power is applied. Torque steer is common in front-drive cars because reaction forces created in the half-shafts can generate uneven steering forces in the front tires.
if "Torque steer" is such a big problem on the altima were is the recall and Consumer complaints, i have 02 altima SE 3.5 and yes you do get so Torque steer at 0-5 mph and you stomp on the gas hard you got to grip the steering wheel but that it. also the some other cars have Torque steer too, even some powerful rwd cars have it.
with the Legacy sedan 05 back seat there was no room to slide your feet under the front seat like in wrx were there was a gap between the seat and the floor, unlike in the Legacy this may be cause of the leather power seat but it was a real turn off.
Apr 19, 2004 (12:41 pm)
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