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On my nissan murano one of the radiator fan dosen't work passanger side


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Try running the A/C and see if both fans operate, and give it some time to allow the temperature to climb. Don't let it get past 3/4 on the temp gauge though, if you are experiencing overheating.

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I hear a rattling noise from the engine every time I start my 2006 Murano. The noise will disappear after a couple of minutes.


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.
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Hello windy....There are a few thing on the murano that could cause this... one is the exhaust gussets that go to the bottom of the oil pan to the exhaust, they can crack and cause a rattling noise. Also I have seen the rear exhaust heat shield spot welds come loose and cause a rattling noise, from exhaust manifold down pipe on the cat. converter. I would check them first, also the park brake cable will lose tension and rattle on the undercarriage.
A more serious problem would be the timing chain and/or chain tensioners...these are known to make noise around 50-60k. The tensioners are operated from oil pressure, the face gets worn, the chain stretches and it results in a rattle or a slapping noise
Useing a full synthetic oil with regular maintaince will help prevent premature wear.
Good luck, i hope this helps..please rate me a fixya.

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In the morning at first start-up, my Murano makes a clicking mechanical noise under the drivers side of the auto. what is this?


what you are hearing are most likely your adjustable engine mounts, making adjustment. Does the noise go away in few seconds?? let me know.

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