I want Nissan to replace my vehicle. This happens with a frequency of about 30 seconds and normal outside temperature varies from 48 F to 70 F. Is the life span of Nissan air compressors just a couple of months????!!! This noise happens every 3-5 seconds and I thought it was just the compressor turning on and off. This could get very expensive as you will need to replace all the components in the system by then. I was going to suggest to the service center that it could be a leaky brake booster causing a small vacuum leak, and causing the engine to knock under load at stops.
Under warranty, I have taken the vehicle back numerous times. Now that I know what is going on I feel this is not only dangerous and environmentally unfriendly but just another way the car manufacturer has decided to cut corners and not make two different relays for the manual and automatic climate control vehicles. He also knows that the car is a piece of crap to say the least. Consumer states that she would like reimbursement because she did not take it to an authorized dealer for the repair. Nissan refuses to send anyone out to look at the vehicle. This will also lengthen its longevity. The consumer took the vehicle to the dealer and upon inspection, the consumer was informed a sensor was soaked in oil.
The car is quiet, and the ride is decent. With my foot constantly on the brake, I put my vehicle into park. As a preventive strategy, it is a good idea to often take care of your automobile in before and after drives. It's one of the many reasons this car was named and given our Beware of this Clunker badge. Get it tested for leaks before recharging it. Had the same noise still. The consumer stated she could smell coolant coming through the vents.
Recommended I have coolant replaced. I went to a Nissan dealership on March 16, 2015. The thermostat was sticking which was one of the reasons the engine was overheating. The vehicle was then taken to an independent mechanic for repair. Sometimes it slips behind the brake pedal and breaks one or both of these rods, resulting in the brake lights staying on till I cut off the breaker and the cruise control not working. If anyone else hears a this noise and finds a fix please advise me as my dealer does not know how to fix the problem as they only heard it in a couple of Rogues.
They said the air may last one day or it may last the entire summer. The also could find nothing wrong with the brakes, but they did fix my air conditioner. Magnetic part of the compressor doesn't work. Make sure you get a new compressor installed. Nor do I want to hurt anyone else. When I went to turn it on on March 15, 2015, the air compressor was not working and was blowing out hot air. That may be your source of a leak.
Now regardless of the temp 60-70's it blows warm air. You can tear apart you dash and check on the damper looks like a doggie door make sure nothing is in the way and the hinger isnt broken. While pleasant, it falls short in some ways. The car came with an air compressor. What fool would do that on a busy interstate highway.
I find the fan in the car louder than most, but its never been enough to bother me. Does anyone else have this noise? I am at a lost for what to do because another air compressor will go out probably sometime between two months and a year. I had the air compressor replaced in September 2013 at a Nissan dealership. The work was done at a Nissan dealership in September 2013. You also mentioned that this happened after a hard start, perhaps the engine mounts are bad causing too much flex in the piping? He knows it isn't normal for a compressor to stop working on a less than 5 year old car. The wheel bearing and alternator had to be replaced. If yes is it normal? Why would a 2009 Nissan Altima need four air compressors over a 5 year period.
I have neuropathy in my feet and cannot always tell exactly where my foot is. If the air conditioning is not blowing cold air, then either the condenser fan is not coming on or the system is low on refrigerant. The life of a Nissan Altima air compressor appears to be a couple of months but definitely less than a year. I just recently bought the car as is and had to change the belts recently. This happens all the time though I can duplicate it the best while in P or N mode.
When your compressor kicks on, add freon to the correct pressure. Turn on the ac on cold and see if the compressor is engaging, if it is and stops and goes or if it doesn't. There appears to be a problem with the air compressors and electrical problems with 2009 Nissan Altimas. This is the sequence that follows. The first time, the dealer replaced a clutch bearing, this did not fix the problem. My advice would be to be persistent and firm with your dealer, but calm and reasonable as well.
The also could find nothing wrong. But the new coupelike silhouette has compromised visibility, trunk room and rear-seat comfort. The problem reoccurred within 60 days and had to be replaced a second time. The air compressor doesn't work properly. The extended warranty does not want to cover it because they believe it's just the ac compressor clutch that needs to be replaced. Check your condenser for any major hits.