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#180 of 687 I sued Nissan
Jul 26, 2005 (8:16 am)
This is an edited posting which has been revised and reposted with the sincere desire to not "solicit or promote any products or services, self-promote, or implore readers to take actions that are intended to further a personal purpose." I do have a suggested solution that proved successful for me however the rules of this forum don't allow that I provide it to you directly through the forum.
I won. I sued Nissan over my 2004 Armada brakes, center console, electrical, windows not working, etc. The BBB Arbitration was a total joke as their auto program is funded by the auto industry. It cost me nothing. My lawyer won and Nissan bought the truck back and gave my money back - $8040.00 which included my down payment. I was responsible for .20 a mile only.
#181 of 687 Re: Comparing Armada LE VS Expedition [ncl1]
Aug 02, 2005 (6:58 am)
Are you still having problems with your 2005 Armada? Have you reported the problems to the dealer?
#182 of 687 Brake Squeal
Aug 02, 2005 (9:52 am)
I finally have a brake issue with my Mada.. I have about 16K and the brakes are beginning to squeal like a stuck pig...I am guessing that the pads are worn and and these are the screech bars... Back to the dealer again...
BTW does anyone elses vents sound like the door at the haunted house when you change how the air is coming out. When I switch settings (upper to lower vents) and a couple of minutes after you shut the truck off and they all close it sounds like a door with a rusted hinge...
#183 of 687 Re: Mine Works Fine [camlamarca]
Aug 02, 2005 (7:01 pm)
Hey I also got an 2005 SE Armada in May. I'm just wondering what kind of brake system they put. Do you have to pay extra or the Nissan would do it for free? How much? Thanks.
#184 of 687 Re: Mine Works Fine [doy2410]
Aug 02, 2005 (11:24 pm)
No, it's free and guranteed free fixing for your first 3 years of ownership. Even if you have 50k miles at 2 years, still free to replace all until you reach your 3 year purchase anniversary. Nissan did issue this in writting, just ask your service manager for a copy. New, more durable front rotors, better front and rear pads. I don't know who the mfg is, but it's specifically for Nissan Armada/Titan. I'm sure there's no better out on the market now that Nissan ran out of options. It's costing them for this, but certainly less than buying back a few boatloads of Armadas and dealing with legal issues afoot.
#185 of 687 Warped rotors
Aug 05, 2005 (6:16 pm)
Check out mt post on Nissan Quest brake problem, it applies to Armada also. It's at Quest 2004 problems and solutions forum Post # 1427
#187 of 687 Body Rust
Aug 09, 2005 (8:26 pm)
Does anyone have any rusting problem at the bottom of the Armada? I look today underneath my 05' Mada and found rust on the outside the edge of the differential and the U mounts of the exhaust. I only have this car for 5 months with 3500 miles on it and it doesn't snow down here in my area (no sodium deposition of any kind, just normal rain). Any insight would be appreciated.
I have already took it in once for the famous brake service, squeaky passenger chair like it is haunted, and broke AM radio (they did try to blame it on the station).
#188 of 687 Re: Never ending Armada problems [tidester]
Aug 10, 2005 (5:11 pm)
Could you please email me with that info. I called a few Lawyer's here in Ny and they seemed to think it was a waste of time. If anyone reads this and lives in Ny and could give me some insight, I would be sooo Thankful. So far I've send arbortration forms to Elliot Spitzers office (NYS attorney general). What do I do now???