Question about 2007 Nissan Altima 3.5 Sedan
One hour before the problem started. I drove the car home, parked it in my parking lot. When I came back to the car, I got in tried to start it by pressing the start button it did turn on the light on the dash board. but didn't turn on the car. My car was towed to the nearess nissian dealer. I asked him if it was because of the recalls he said no because if the keys were faulty the dash would have not lit .Anyways I took it there to get the problem fixed ,and because i don't know where another place is that can fix hybrids had to pay the high price.
After paying he told next time it happens to press really hard on the break and it should fix the problem. I wish he would have told me earlier i would have saved myself my time and money. Hopefully this helps someone else save some money and time. try this first before heading to a dealer.
Very interesting post, But I can't help but think there must still be a problem if you have to press the brake pedal really hard. I am not doubting you one bit on what you were told but it seems a bit odd to me.
I can see where a bad brake switch could cause this problem, ( The switch that lets the car know your brake is applied and it is safe to start the car).
Thanks for your post.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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