Last post on Dec 12, 2013 at 12:09 PM
You are in the Nissan Maxima
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Nissan Maxima, Sedan
#11 of 13 Re: CVT issues [yk4]
Aug 06, 2012 (6:52 am)
use google to find "Nissan NTB07-042" there are lots of information about that issue
#12 of 13 Re: CVT issues [yk4]
Aug 18, 2012 (10:38 am)
just curious if this problem could be linked to the VDC or TCS systems. both these systems can reduce engine output even when the accelerator is pushed to the floor.
#13 of 13 Re: 2007 Nissan Maxima DTE Indicator & Gas cover [sparks12]
Dec 12, 2013 (12:09 pm)
After a 5 minute visit to this dealership - the mechanics managed to 'Fix' my car so that i would need to have thousands of dollars of service on it.
First they told me i had to purchase a nissan battery - then i would need my
Dashboard replaced and a new sunroof motor and switches and they would have to
Keep my car for almost 6 months before they could find a gas gauge/odometer
Suitable for my car. This all because my battery was failing and I was driving when it happened. Drove right into Sears - and replaced the battery with the top of their line. Little did I know that the sunroof, systems indicators, gas gauge to mention a few things - all stopped working. What did they say... "you needed to purchase a Nissan Battery".. my response - Nissan does not make batteries, and I was on the road when this happened and this is general maintenance of my vehicle. Then they said to bring it in - the first thing they told me was it was "out of warranty" - any excuse - then they said the whole dashboard has to come out and be replaced...
If you look on the internet - there are thousands of people that are suffering from the same problem - Nissan needs a recall - mind you - all because the battery was replaced... well Nissan - you need a recall - because everyone replaces their own battery - recall all the years that cause problems with battery removal -
Then the dealership called me one day to offer me a $9.98 oil change. After it was done - they charged me more than $35.00 - they knew I was there for the special oil change - and what the Manager said - when I checked the amount on my bill was "well, you were supposed to tell your service man why you were here, and what we offered. Remember - I walked into service and they knew I was expected and for what - they are liars and cheats. When I called back the manager - he told me he would give me a $30 credit on my account. Now, they will not even return my calls.
not even for parts information.
No I would never go back here again - never buy a Nissan again (I've had 5 Nissans, 3 Maxima's) and I will tell everyone one I know to go down the block to Bill Tyson Automotive in Royal Palm Beach instead. 561-753-6122 - they will help you and they are honest people.
> bill tyson automotive - undid the damage in just a few moments - and i now
Have a great place to go for my 2007 nissan maxima se -
> i can trust them too.
> thanks guys - your the best!!!!