Question about 2005 Nissan Sentra
In November 2008, SES light came on. I had 80% coolant leakage through the 3rd cylinder. It was causing spark plugs to foul and making the car idle roughly. Dealership repaired 3rd cylinder, got new head gasket and the machine shop reconditioned cylinder head. Vehicle was fine for a month and then the SES light came on again.When it was checked a few weeks ago it began throwing a swirl control valve code. Smelled coolant again today while driving the car. Checked the coolant level..very low, past the minimum level and the service engine light is still on but the car runs fine. What could be up with this car? It only has 33,000 miles on it. I'll take it to the dealership again on Monday. Has anyone else had this issue?
Well if the head gasket has been replaced you shouldnt smeel any coolant. But have you check your coolant hoses???? for leaks or any coolant on the driveway, when your car has been sitting there overnight!???
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
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