Question about 2007 Nissan Sentra 2.0 SL Sedan
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
None most likely.
When the the amount of probelems gets high enough, they may do something but not likely because the cost of a recall is more than what it costs to Pay people to settle out of court " if it gets that far" or its cheaper to lose a few customers. This is true with any part on a car.
If " A " (the recall) cost more than " B " the average out of court settlement, Then "C", they dont do one.
Even if it causes accident related Deaths.
Most likely the issue is due to too much weight on one side in the back, an alighnment issue, Bad frame desighn or bad parts like shocks and springs.
If its that severe than i would take it to them and explain that you have reciepts for replacing that same tire over and over. get them to look at it at least three times. Be persistant, especially if its under warranty.
Go durring a busy time when theres other customers around. Dont be crude, just make sure other customers can hear yu.
Explain that you looked online and talked to friends at work and have heard of it from other people and read about it online.
After they fineley aknowledge there may be a problem and they try to fix it three times, it becomes a Lemmon and they have to give you your money back or give you another vehicle of equal value.
Keep all reciepts and papers and everything in case it becomes a legal issue.
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
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Remove the trim around the shifter, then remove the center console. You will then have access to the screws holding the trim around the radio in. Once you are to that point, take the radio screws out and pull out the radio.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
No it's not you are having a massive failure or a bad battery or a broken alternator belt look to see if you have any belts missing then pull the battery out have it charred and tested at shucks AutoZone or first interstate or sear and see if the battery is ok, if it is then drive it into the same places and have them do a charging system check, it's free except at sears.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
theres a small panel behind the door lock and handle.
pop that off, and unscrew the screw found.
After that, it just pops off, and back on.
You have to disconnect all the wires, of course.
I had to pop them off to tint my windows.
Posted on Dec 27, 2009
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