Question about 2000 Nissan Maxima
I purchased 04 Nissan Maxima brand new off showroom floor in March 03. Had all required maintanence done through Nissan dealer. Car is now making a rattling noise upon starting. Nissan dealer said it was burning a lot of oil so they started using a heavier weight oil. It seemed to help at first, but now dealer says I need a new engine and two calytic converters. How is that possible for a car that has been well maintained? Is this common with newer Nissans?
Somebody thrashed the life out of it before you got it ,or didnt check the oil in the running in period
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
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