Basically it is a transmission lag - the engine is revving up, but the transmission is looking for the proper size to match the engine's revving. There are no lights or codes, so nobody can figure anything out. If they are not at 34°F, then expansion valve is not working ambient temperature or refrigerant may be low or drier partially blocked. I'll let you know what they say when I get time to get to their shop. Music wrote:Just got back from another dealership. Neither my dealership's general manager nor service manager consider the problem normal. And on top of that, this kit comes with everything you will need for the repair already included: new receiver dryer, expansion valve, lubricating oil and a set of o-rings! I would have a hard time adding more freon since the low pressure side is so high 75psig.
Problem is there is no air blowing for a long time. They all said the car was too young for it to be the compressor. It's definitely the air blower. It rarely happens, and hasn't happened in a couple of months now actually. You should take it to the mechanich and have him look at it. The approximate failure mileage was 95,000.
The first time, the dealer replaced a clutch bearing, this did not fix the problem. . I have a suspicion that they accidentally or not so accidentally put the hole in the compressor when I had my oil changed. I emagine I'll eventually take the compressor apart to see if there is an obvious reason it failed. The vehicle was taken to the dealer, and she was advised that the catalytic converter and the engine coil needed to be replaced. It has made me think I will get it fixed but then I am getting rid of it. This car has been great.
This time around I knew I was getting into much deeper trouble… 2007-2012 Nissan Altima 2. This will help you avoid wasting a lot of time and money. I began honking my horn for the driver of the other vehicle to move forward, but she did not. I did get a second and third opinion because they disagreed that the compressor was the problem. The consumer stated she could smell coolant coming through the vents. We checked pressure - it was normal. Nissan refuses to send anyone out to look at the vehicle.
Of course, I took my shot at talking to somebody a little higher-up, but they haven't done what they said they would - I'm still waiting for their phone call. This is pretty much a design flaw, as all fluid should be evacuated by the compressor. . My 2007 is too young to already need a Compressor. For 2007 I think the air blower is powered by a wire and it may be loose.
These symptoms are not what I would expect with low freon. You may have one that is not right for your car. But after a while r hitting bump it will come on sometimes now. If the clutch isn't grabbing, the compressor won't run. Consumer states that she would like reimbursement because she did not take it to an authorized dealer for the repair.
Never caught this thread until you mentioned it elsewhere Mr. I love fixing stuff, especially cars and electronics! So the blower motor fan is working, but the air is not hot? But 80% of the time its the alternator idler pulley. In the line of traffic, I was braking firmly but my vehicle would not come to a complete stop. This is covered by a service bulletin ntb03-048 dated 5-6-03 from Nissan concerning this problem. Thanks in advance Maxnix - Thanks for the input. My automatic windows to roll the windows up also quit working just a couple days ago.
The vehicle is now parked delivered by dealership in front of my home because I am afraid to drive it. To say the least, I'm not very happy with the service I've gotten from Consumer Affairs. Soon after, there was a recall for the same problem. This is noted as a change in operation from earlier models and I feel it is dangerous. I think you are saying that the blower motor fan is not working, it that is the case the problem is more than likely the blower motor amplifier. Remove the front passenger side wheel. Nissan isn't going to pay my speeding tickets.