As always contact your dealer if you have a concern. Further, you will place now your foot on the coupling without letting go the pressure and that will allow you to have your both hands free: one for the screwdriver and one for the hammer. Nissan states emissions control warranty on fuel systems is only for 3 years and my time is over since the car is now 5 years old. It may also stay at a same spot all the time regardless of full or empty tank. Happened to me 2-3 times now. Fuel gauge started to failed and check engine light turned on. Nothing mentioned about fuel sensor.
Consequence: If the webbing is completely separated, it can increase the risk of injury to an occupant in a crash. Sometimes, I can start to fill it up at a slower rate and continue to get the rest of the gas in the tank. Please note- This list is intended for reference only. Take out three bolts on the bearers that support the tank under the vehicle as well. Step 3 — Remove Transmitting Device Remove the clips on the electrical attachment at the top of transmitting device you should not detach the gas pipe at this time because fuel will come out from the tank. What do you guys think.
Nissan offers no assistance despite the clear premature failure of the components. Nissan offers no assistance despite the clear premature failure of the components. This is my first and last Nissan vehicle. Have had a few instances where gas would spill back out of the tank and all over the side of the car and on the ground, this is a very serious safety issue. The only way I can get a full tank of gas is to keep clicking continuously until it's full. There was another incident where the car just stopped, will look for details. We welcome your comments and suggestions.
The recurring problem I have is that when filling up with gas, the pump stops generally after pumping only 0. Step 2 — Detach the Tank Unclip the electrical cables using a pair of small screwdrivers, and remove the tank holders. Not alot on muranos but nissan cant seem to make one last. This already happened to me over 3 times and Nissan's service dept never resolves this important problem. Of course is not covered by Nissan. This urgent problem needs to taken cared of asap or else it will be dangerous for driver and passenger's life. Spray the lock ring with lubricating oil while removing it to minimize the friction when it spins.
I scheduled my car to be looked at in the beginning of April. I went by my local Nissan dealership concerning the problem and the only solution was given to try different pumps, hold the trigger gently, and it's cold outside it will do this more often. It just takes a little spark to ignite gasoline vapors. You have to keep turning the nozzle on and moving it around in the gas tank trying to find a position where the nozzle won't shut off or spit the gas back at you. You need to give firm blows to the screwdriver in order to make the ring to turn. It has to do with the shape of the fuel tank and the way the fuel level sensor works. This isn't a new problem.
It works now-has for 2 years. The contact stated that the fuel gauge was defective and not providing the correct reading of fuel levels. That is, until the next fill up. I hope other owners will not have to go through what we did. Having the pump and subassembly outside, you can now replace the sending units. How many other brands beside Nissan have you seen with this problem? Apparently, panel was not communicating with transmission properly. This is the 2nd time where I had to come home and change my clothes, gas on my shoes, and pants, hands, arms I consider this to be very dangerous especially when there are people out there who have a cigarette lit at the pumps as illegal as it may be.
At a Glance 2009 nissan murano The original nissan murano when it was introduced in 2003 as a 2004 model set new standards for style and sportiness in the expanding mid-size crossover sport-utility vehicle marketplace becoming in essence a class of one. Install a new gas level sensor by sliding it into the old one's place. It is possible to change your vehicle fuel level sensor without consulting a car dealership. In addition, the oil tank pipe leaks. Has anyone out there experienced anything similar We replace fuel sending units all the time.
They are handling the problem. It was again serviced for the same thing in 2008 and then again in 2009. Correction: Dealers will install protectors in front of the tank free of charge. I feel that given the large-scale recall 540,000 vehicles mostly in the us in place for several other models, same year, same problem, it stands to reason that my model should be included in this recall. As soon as fuel volume is increased and optimum electric current is passing, the gauge reads F , showing a 100 percent full car tank.
You will need to have the code cleared still. Are the fuel gauge marking unequal or is there a problem with my versa. Another symptom is a malfunction lamp illumination with the code reading P0463. Also, a helper makes the process faster since they can stand in the coupling while you hammer the ring in position. Theres are not items caused by high millage jut plain poor designs. . This vehicle definitely has a recall, malfunctioned, and defected alternator.
These failures appear to be the result of faulty soldering or welding of connections. So, the way I installed is you push the cover with the new seal with one hand and while holding in place, you put the ring without letting go the cover. For the 2nd time in a year and a half the Service Engine Soon Light came on and the dealer has determined that it is the fuel level sensor that is at fault. It will require roughly two hours to reassemble. Almost every car has a bigger top half of the gauge. In the case of the fuel pump, you will need to disconnect the wires going to the cover as depicted in the picture. Consequence: A punctured tank could increase the risk of a fire.