Question about 2003 Nissan Murano
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I recently experienced the same symptom with my '05 Murano and it was not a fuel problem. The dealer listed the cause as dry axle splines and replaced both front drive shaft assy's. Note that this was done as warranty with no cost incurred by me.
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
the new seat probaly has diffarent features mabe one has heated the other doesnt i would get a taredown manual and check the wiring diaogram and see what is shown from one seat to the other
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
well with this limited info,not much I can say. Try changing from left to right in an aggressive manner on a clear street to see if the noise comes back. If so,it's probably a wheel bearing. If that's not it it could be a serious transmission problem , like the torque converter lock up switch.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
Quite often after a car has a couple of years on it, a piece sheet-metal, like a cowling, will work loose. The reason it quits is because your car warms up and starts to run smooth. To see what it is, you need to open the hood and then start the car and look and listen under the hood for what is rattling. Carefully push on each thing that you suspect is causing the noise. It will quit or change the noise when you find it. Remember your car is RUNNING and has spinning parts like the Fan Blade and Pulleys and Belts. Its starting to get cold outside so watch any loose clothing you are wearing when you
lean across the engine. If you find what is, shut the engine OFF, and see if it is something you can tighten or maybe replace. It is sometimes a very tedious task finding what's making the noise. Some times it is the engine itself that is the culprit. If you deduce that it is the engine it surely wouldn't hurt to have it looked at by a Pro.
Hope This Helps,
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
bad belts bad pullys bad gas could be a million things i would get it looked at before u find out the hard way AAmco does free checks :)
Posted on Oct 07, 2012
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