Last post on Feb 07, 2013 at 11:35 AM
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Nissan Versa, Interior, Hatchback
#74 of 77 Re: Nissan Versa A/C issue less than 3000 miles [cmagyor]
Jul 01, 2010 (6:57 am)
I recently purchased a nissan Versa, And other than a few minor issues, minor issue number one, when I turn on the air or while I am driving down the road I hear
a noise like the air is restricted from comming out, this can range from total failure
to partial failure, It seems like shutting it off and letting it sit for awhile might be the ticket.. But I am looking for a fix if anyone know what is going on please give a shout. it restrict the air flow from the defrost vent and at the bottom when you turn it on the heat. There must be a fault part, the part that switches the vent to be wide open instead of closed, had a little problem like this on my montana van, would not
open all the way for vent, but thats another story, thanks fro your help in advance.
2007 nissan versa, thanks
#75 of 77 AC problem
Jul 06, 2010 (8:58 am)
I purchased a 2010 versa 2 months ago and already have a problem with the AC. I took it to the dealer complaining it was making a loud clunking or grinding noise when I turned it on. They said it was the compressor and ordered a new one. I took it back and they installed the new compressor but after the 2nd day, it's doing it again. Has anyone else had this problem? Now I have to go back to see what they say this time. I've also noticed the engine seems to run a little rough at times and the car is slow to accelerate. It's a bit frustrating since this is w brand new car. Anyone have any input?
#77 of 77 Intermittent Rattles
Feb 07, 2013 (11:35 am)
Ten miles from the dealership, my brand new 2010 Versa manifested its first of several intermittent rattles. They all come from various places under the dash and I have made many, many trips to the dealer over the last 2 1/2 years in an effort to chase them down. Only one has been remedied. I HATE intermittent problems because they rarely occur when the service manager drives it. You end up looking like a whiner. All the trips to the dealer (30 miles from my home) finally wore me out. My 2001 Sentra, with 170,000 miles, actually has fewer rattles! Nissan customer service is friendly, but they basically just run you in circles, back to the dealership.
Has anyone had a similar experience? Or did I get Nissan's only "Monday morning" car?