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#123 of 136 Re: 2010 Maxima Problems [1breeze]
Dec 23, 2012 (6:27 pm)
I purchased my 2010 Maxama in March 2010 and have also replaced the battery twice. The first on in Dec 2010. It seems in the 2+years since buying this car I spend alot of time at nissan. The heated steering wheel has never worked properly, the rear defroster didn't work. Now a motor mount is broken. I do not drive on dirt roads and am the only driver. I should have went back to Honda instead of going with Nissan for the $39000 I expected more. My last honda was 10 yeras old and all I ever needed was regular maintenance.
Dec 23, 2012 (8:52 pm)
Misty3. What did you experience in your 2010 Maxixma that lead to the discovery of the broken motor mount?
Dec 25, 2012 (11:06 am)
I'm also wondering what gave you the idea you had a broken motor mount ? what was the feeling that lead to that collusion? I've had two batteries installed and now I think I might have motor mount problems!!
#126 of 136 Re: 2010 Maxima Problems [1breeze]
Dec 27, 2012 (7:02 am)
If your battery dies, or is disconnected, it resets the automatic feature of the windows in the up direction. To return it to automatic operation, roll the window all of the way down, roll it up and hold the up button for 10 seconds. You will have to do this for each front window. You will have to do this every time that you disconnect the battery.
#127 of 136 Re: mytemax [mytemax]
Dec 27, 2012 (4:49 pm)
I had taken the car in to get the defroster and steering wheel fixed and the
service guy said they found it when checking the wireing.
I have spent more hours at the dealership than I have ever spent with any of my other vehicles and they are over 10yrs old
#128 of 136 2010 Maxima....when I start the car the heating and cooling
Feb 28, 2013 (6:08 am)
is completely turned OFF. When I turn off the car, say the heat is on 75 and blower on 2nd level. When i reenter the car and start it, NOTHING! I am required to turn the fan on, which in turn, AUTOMATICALLY turns on the AC (in the middle of winter in Michigan).
My questions are:
1. Why is my heating/cooling completely OFF upon starting the car, especially since it wasnt left that way and....
2. Why does the AC come on when I dont turn it on?
The Nissan svc mgr told me "this is all normal and your car has always done this, you just didnt realize it". he added," the ac comes on because there is too much humidity in your car" Really?? Humidity?? Its the middle of winter in Michigan...there is no humidity issue....i say...."balderdash!" i know my car hasnt always done this and it just started this winter.
#129 of 136 Re: 2010 Maxima....when I start the car the heating and cooling [flustrated]
Mar 01, 2013 (9:57 pm)
I find it absolutely frustrating that the a/c turns on when you start the blower. My 2010 Maxima has always done this which makes no sense. I hope this was rectified in the newer models.
#130 of 136 Re: 2010 Maxima Problems [pharaoh45]
Mar 01, 2013 (10:10 pm)
Well after repeatedly returning to the dealer complaining of vibrations and noises that resembled the sound of a whole in a muffler on my 2010 Maxima SV, the dealer finally said the upper motor mounts needed replacing. One was busted and the other was close to it. The ride still was not right so I returned again. This time they stated the transmission required a software update but the vibration is normal. I may not be a mechanic but I don't think I should literally feel something vibrating upon exceleration. I am so frustrated with these so called certified Nissan mechanics.
#131 of 136 Re: Dual sunroof trim problems, whistling noise [josyme]
Jun 21, 2013 (5:08 am)
Did you find a longer term solution to the whistling? I have a 2010 and it just started whistling now, after the warranty expired. So having them trouble shoot in the shop is not an option.
#132 of 136 Re: Dual sunroof trim problems, whistling noise [2010max]
Jun 21, 2013 (5:24 am)
Assuming that the seals are in good order and are not the cause of the whistling, the following should work.
Open the moonroof.
There are a total of 8 torx screws, 2 each located towards the front and rear sides of the moonroof. Thes screws tend to loosen over time and the roof rides up, and doesnt seal properly when closed.
You will need to get a torx bit or screwdriver of the correct size. Sets are available from Home Depot or Lowes.
Starting at the rear, loosen the screws on say the left hand side, and while pressing downwards on the sunroof, tighten the screws again. Repeat for the right rear. Repeat for right front. Repeat for left front.
The moonroof should seal properly now.