The contact had to apply force to the brake pedal to ensure that the vehicle came to a complete stop. The Sentra has been at the dealership on 3 different occasions. These are not everyday general maintenance issues. I looked up just in time as I was struck by the open front door of my car, knocked to the ground and it rolled over my leg. The failure occurred without warning. I am afraid to continue driving this car.
They may ignite and cause a fire. I had no brakes at all. As a result, the contact crashed into a guardrail, a pole, and another vehicle. This incident has occurred several times in the 2 months since we've bought the car and would lead to a crash if the braking system does not respond in a uniform way. We also test drove two other 2014 Altima and a 2013 Altima and they all had the same noises! My car also shakes roughly time to time.
The contact stated that there was an abnormal noise progressing from the rear brakes, which worsened when the brake pedal was depressed. I stopped the car before it slammed into my neighbor's car. The failure mileage was 27,900. If brake fluid is splashed on painted areas, wash it away with water immediately. Take it to mechanic find out it was a throttle body position sensor and the throttle body camshaft position sensor crankshaft position sensor replaced all that still giving the same problem how to replace it again. Finally the car had stopped after the brake pedal was all the way to the floor. As I depressed the brake pedal as I normally do, the car was not slowing down, so I quickly pressed it further.
I can consistently replicate this issue. I walked around behind the car to the driver's door. A police report was not filed. The dealer completed a multi-point inspection, oil change, resurfaced the rotors, and replaced the rear brake pads. I read the receipt and noticed the problem was as follows: Front pads coming apart internally causing the rotors to become warped; and both rear wheel cylinders coming apart internally. I did this because of trouble with my knees.
They told me it was normal for the front end to shake I also informed the brakes would be hard then to the floor they said oh its fine. However, greater foot pressure on the brake pedal will be required to stop the vehicle and stopping distance will be longer. PowerStop Extreme Performance Brake Systems, a team with over 200 years of combined automotive experience, is a world-renowned leader in brake technology and product development. This a brand new vehicle and I have not had it for more than month. The vehicle had to be towed to a body shop. Perform the following procedure if necessary. This is very concerning especially for less than 1 yr old car.
The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. I believe Nissan has sold me a lemon vehicle. It rolled for approximately 30 feet and struck a tree. The steering wheel had locked. These brake pads are molded with no rough edges to ensure exact fit.
This happens when tank is half full to full. In addition, the vehicle is financed by Nissan, and this month I did not pay for the vehicle and I am surprised and puzzled as to why no one from Nissan has called to ask for payment. Engineer stated that he would try to pack around the gas tank to reduce the noise. The shaking causes the car to hesitate slightly back and forward. This is complaint number 2 on this website. The failure mileage was 2,900. Car stalls out while driving engine completely shuts off or sputters like it is going to die in the middle of traffic while driving it does not matter of it is hot or cold it does ot when ever it wants too nothing triggers the random sputtering or engine dying as well car has a grinding metal noise coming from the brakes replaced the brakes and rotors but still making the noise as if brakes are very bad.
If the engine stops, you can stop the vehicle by depressing the brake pedal. That is a huge safety concern to me. The failure recurred six months later. I registered a complaint on 4-1-2014 and sent a letter to them. I was pretty shocked at this, and 3 days after being repaired I noticed the same pulsing again and took the car back. Reinstall the outboard shoe first, inserting the holding pin into the toggle lever through the hole in the shoe and locking it in with the washer and retaining ring. I know the cars systems know the brake is being applied because the like comes up on the dash.
If the drum slides easily, turn the star-wheel on the adjuster three or four click to extend the shoes apart and slip the drum on again. My neighbor told me my daughter had been missed by inches. I called Nissan usa and opened a case she said the same thing, if they cant duplicate the issue they wont fix it, then I was told to by rep to trade it in if I dont like it. While driving 30 mph, the brakes began to squeak and the vehicle was out of alignment. I have had numerous knee operations and on long trips I tried to just pull the emergency brake on while holding the button in. The issue is usually seen in the mornings when I am first drive the vehicle and begin to brake.
But recently it has started again, which I wonder if air is getting in the line somehow or something else is wrong. In the meantime, I drive this car with great fear and care as the pulsing is more frequent, especially if the brakes are applied slowly, the pulsing happens jarringly at the end of the braking. They do not know how this would happen. It would be 1 simple program change to include the cut out. The vehicle was to be taken back to the dealer for further inspection the manufacturer was notified. While driving 25 mph, the brake pedal was depressed, but the brakes failed to engage. While driving approximately 40 mph attempting to stop at a traffic light, the brake system failed to respond.