Question about 2009 Nissan Versa
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Water can enter and displace the grease in the wiper arm linkage ball joint where the wiper linkage attaches to the wiper motor linkage.
This can result in gradual wear over a period of time inside the joint that could lead to the separation of the wiper linkage assembly from the wiper motor linkage at the ball joint. A loss of windshield wiper function can result when this separation occurs.
To prevent grease from being washed out of the joint, the dealers will modify by adding a water diversion seal that will prevent water from entering the windshield wiper linkage ball joint area.
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
You have to remove the dash to get to the blower motor on this vehicle if memory serves me right. It's a substantial job. Take it to dealer should still be under warranty.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
shove down on the hatch as hard as you can, maybe with a friends help, while holding pressure down on the hatch try popping it open.
Posted on Nov 07, 2009
On the drivers side of the vehicle just behind the front bumper is the washer fluid reservoir. The washer pumps (2 - one for the back and one for the front) are located ont the face of the reservoir.
1) Drain the resevoir. (You can reuse this fluid, so put it in a clean container)
2) Disconnect the wiring harness for the problem pump.
3) Remove the sprayer line.
4) Remove the pump. It is held in by being snapped into a channel on the resevoir and by the rubber grommet. This may take some elbow grease.
5) Remove the old grommet.(If your new pump came with a new grommet)
Installation is reverse. Usually new pumps come with new grommets. If not, it is ok to reuse the old one.
Posted on Mar 14, 2010
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If the car you are talking about has kind of like a key in it, from what I can see is that if the car is running or on the on position and is still blinking. Your security system is malfunctioning. I am more of a Ford mechanic so am not sure but have a PDF of your owners manual. I took some snap shots from it and this is what I found (see pictures below). This is right out of the owners manual. If you don't have a copy of your owners manual just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will be email you a copy. Don't worry it won't cost you anything. Just let me know the make, model and year of your vehicle so I send you the right one. I hope this helped a little at least and good luck.
Posted on Feb 18, 2011
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