Question about 2008 Nissan Armada
Please be more specific here a tune up means stripping and modifying the engine to increase power output ,If you mean a service on the entire vehicle as per the book so to speak then a local recomended mechanic is your better bet ask around to see if you can be pointed in the right direction here.THEIR ARE A LOT OF UNTRAINED COWBOYS IN THE MOTOR GAME iam afraid to say and some of the worst employers of these are the main dealers ,remember the old saying by confucious ,"IF YOU ONLY PAY PEANUTS THEN ONLY EXPECT TO EMPLOY MONKEYS" having been in the motor game 45yrs i have meet many and a few dedicated tradesman but very few work for dealers
Posted on Oct 18, 2013
The dealership will totally destroy you ..go to your parts store have them test your engines codes so you can save a heap of cash as well as your vehicle ,,,a simple tune up with all new wires is needed
Posted on Oct 18, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi more than likley to be the alternator remove your fan belt start engine see if noise disapears yates210456
Posted on Oct 08, 2008
I don't have any diagrams sorry.
But you can do the following.
Turn your wheels so the front wheel wells are exposed, remove a couple of screws attaching the wheel-well panels to the fenders, peel back the panes and the back of the headlights are exposed. You might be able to access the high beams from the engine compartment if you have a small hand.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
i depends where you are and where you take it to. look in your manual and see what needs to be done and figure it out from there. it usually tells you what the scheduled maintenance items are
Posted on Mar 16, 2010
SOURCE: my overhead console is coming
The overhead console on our 2008 Nissan Armada w/entertainment system is also coming off (at the back, where it's secured by clips and not by screws like the rest of the console). Dealer told me today that it cannot be repaired and that I must replace the entire console, including the DVD screen and rear controls. I'm raising the BS flag! We purchased the Security Plus Gold Preferred extended warranty (we have yet to find a component that we have needed replaced that has been covered, so beware. Surprisingly, it covers things like the oil dipstick, and we all know that those go bad all of the time). Going to have a chat with Nissan tomorrow. More to follow...
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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