If the cooling fans now work or, if you used the clutch interlock relay and now the car won't start then replace the fan relay. You can diagnose by simply visually checking if the fans turn on or not. The service manager test drove the vehicle and said it was normal. You can just swap the relays with the other relay to test the relays. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure.
Any suggestions of what else it could be if there isn't any kind of fuse or relay for the fans? If both the thermoswitch and relay are good, replace the radiator fan itself. If you have bled air from the system and have continuous air bubbles in the cooling system I would suspect a compression leak. It almost caused the car behind me to rear end me but he swerved to avoid an accident. Terrible experience with Nissan customer specialist in tn. I have had a total of four crank position sensor failures which cause my vehicle to lose power at highway speeds. I thought maybe it was the fuse or something but I am concerned that there is a full blown mechanical failure involved. Either way, pray that it stabilizes after a few driving hours, or attempt to drain some out like i said and refill according to the directions on the can.
Heard a pinging noise, pulled off the road, noticed smoke coming out of engine and exhaust. Check radiator hose s too soft, may collapse? The failure mileage was 91,000 and the current mileage was 92,000. Don't see why this is the same. Most cooling fans use that have a moderate to high current draw, and as a result are commonly controlled using relays. Two wires land on temperature swicth, can jump out switch to see if fan comes on.
Check for broken or cracked fan blades itself. There was a problem with the ignition switch. Manufacturer has been contacted 3 times, and they have not called contact back. Faulty water pump, especially if the impellers have corroded away or have disintegrated in the case of those design genius water pumps with plastic impellers. We noticed this is a big issue and many cars have been recalled for this issue but not all, including ours. The fan relays are under the hood next to the fuses. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic who diagnosed that the crankshaft position sensor failed.
I changed it anyway cuz I bought a genuine nissan one thinking that this was the problem in the 1st place. Thank you I couldnt find anything about the pressure in the manual. Appreciate if appropriate safety care is taken by manufacturer. The approximate failure mileage was 44,500. For this reason, if you suspect that your cooling fan, or relay, may possibly be having issues, have the vehicle diagnosed by a professional technician, such as one from YourMechanic.
The vehicle was maneuvered to the side of the road. After the repair, the vehicle began to briefly pause when accelerating. If the relay shorts internally, it may cause power to be permanently switched on, which will cause the fans to run at all times. One fan works when the temp gets to a certain level, then if the temp goes up more, the other fan kicks on. The fan relays are under the hood next to the fuses. If you notice that your engine is running at higher temperatures than normal, that may be a sign that the relay is not functioning properly.
The fuel pump was replaced. Some thing too check: Make sure coolant level is up to line and clean not dirty, do to clogged radiator, may need to be flushed or replaced. If the coolant is not changed at the required intervals frequently the case with many owners or is over diluted with water you can get a build up of debris. Cooling fans are designed to start at 235 degrees Engine cooling fans are protected by relays in the engine compartment power distribution. In some rare cases: Timing could be off. I fuand a box fuses on passenger side and i saw cople relay but which one it's I'm not sure if the Murano is this way, but several vehicles have staggered fans. The contact stated that while driving at low speeds the vehicle stalled and the service engine warning light illuminated.
Cars were flying on all sides of me even in the turning lane next to me on the left. The reason I hooked the fans up direct is because the temperature gauge went all the way up to the max and the fans would not turn on. The Altima's were recalled, according to the tech at the dealership. Btw, the rattle in the rearend is back again. The spark plug is removed and compressed air is forced into the cylinder via the spark plug fitting and air bubbles will show up in the coolant of there is a leak into the cooling system.
To date I've had the car in for service on 7 occasions ranging from minor annoyances of the gauges coming on saying I had low tire pressure when I didn't, the utility plugs not working where I was told even though my phone charger works on every other car known to man it must be bad there couldn't be a problem with the car's plugs, having the transmission replaced, the front caliper replaced and the crank sensor replaced twice. It seems to be quite an unusual place. Posted on Nov 29, 2010 Water pump failure. When I turn the nob to change speeds nothing happens. Check for broken or cracked fan blades itself. This can lead to overheating, especially when the vehicle is at a stop, where there is no forward motion by the vehicle to pass air over the radiator. Could be thermostat going bad? The dealership inspected the vehicle 10 times on different occasions, and could not duplicate or correct the problem.
The relay is the most common and. . I pay a healthy price for the privilege of driving a new sports car - I expect to get what I pay for even if Nissan has to bite the big one on this particular vehicle. I changed it anyway cuz I bought a genuine nissan one thinking that this was the problem in the 1st place. Of my local Nissan dealership and they didnt list any fan fuse or relay for it which I find a bit odd.