Last post on Mar 22, 2013 at 9:40 AM
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#267 of 270 Re: 2010 Brandnew Pathfinder do not start [dave2306]
Dec 30, 2012 (6:36 pm)
I have a 2008 with the same 'battery' issues. I've replaced 2 batteries in 3 years and cannot go 24 hours without starting or I need to jump it. Has anyone found the source of the problem? I notice when I turn the key that sometimes my 6 disk CD player starts flipping disks. I have also noticed keeping the phone charger plugged in (even if it just hanging there not charging anything). any solutions so far?
#268 of 270 dead vehicle
Jan 14, 2013 (5:56 am)
My 2011 Pathfinder sometimes does not recognize the key fob at all, just as if the key wasn't there. The garage can not find anything with their computer, the mechanic suggests electromagnetic interference from wifi etc. Similar experience, anyone?
#269 of 270 2008 Nissan Pathfinder Electrical problems
Mar 15, 2013 (9:57 am)
I have a 2008 Nissan Pathfinder with 60k miles. Over the past year I have had it to the dealership for the same problem to no avail - the battery has been recharged once; replaced twice and battery cables replaced after the vehicle cuts off and then will not cut back on there is a clicking sound like the battery is dead. Well now for the 5th time within a year the vehicle "died" again with the same issue and had to be towed to the dealership. My local Nissan dealership has yet to be able to diagnose the problem and even consulted with Nissan America in Texas whose only solution after they could not diagnose the problem over the phone was to replace the battery with a larger battery in hopes that it hold the charge longer than the standard battery. I contacted Nissan Consumer Affairs but needless to say am very frustrated. I have owed 9 or more Nissans over the past years however it is looking like I will not be owning another.
#270 of 270 Re: 2006 Pathfinder SE high mounted brake light [99accent]
Mar 22, 2013 (9:40 am)
It is pretty easy to change this out. Open the rear hatch window and pull down on the plastic trim under the light until you can reach the two nuts holding the light assembly. The trim is held on with clips that come loose when you pull down. Using a 10mm socket with an extension, remove the two nuts at each end of the light assembly. Remove the assembly, detach it at the connector and replace it. Push the trim back in place. Dealers charge about $80 for the assemble. I found it on line for about $60 plus $10 shipping. Good luck.