The failure mileage was approximately 120,000. I have had everything checked and it seems to be the fuel pump. Engine stopped suddenly in middle lane of 3-lane highway on a road trip. If your Versa also starts in another gear of refuses to go into gear at all, you should check the Versa shift cable, clutch disc, transmission pan and automatic transmission filter. Automotive repairs and improvements usually demand changing units. That would not explain the electrical system shutting down.
I filed a claim and they turned me down they said that there were no recalls for this problem even though they performed a service right after I purchased this car that they called I believe a technical notice. Now it's a little more uniform through the full range and it gets closer to E before the fuel light comes on. I suspect the fuel pump has a problem building up sufficient pressure to deliver fuel to the car and that is why it will start on a second attempt. Click on images tab and video tab. I believe there is a Technical service bulletin of this problem. One time I was driving on the highway with my kids and it just completely stopped.
The independent mechanic advised the contact that the parts were on back order. Once in for servicing, I was notified that it would need a new fuel pump because there was a leak. Its almost like the brakes are not working too. All of a sudden had to start filling tank up more frequently and noticed it would shudder at random. The failure mileage was approximately 35,100. The vehicle was taken to a local mechanic where the coil packs were replaced; however, the failure continued to occur.
After a few attempts, along with depressing the accelerator the vehicle finally started. Noticed a small drip coming from the gas tank. The dealership told me it must just be the cold weather. In spring 2008, fuel pump replaced due to car a getting poor gas mileage b taking 2-3 cranks to start c feeling like no power was getting to the pedal. This electric pump is prone to failure since the motor can break down anytime. The current and failure mileage was approximately 80,000. A fuel pump failure occurs without warning, is dangerous, and should not occur in a vehicle that has a Nissan dealer's regular service record, is under 40k miles, and driven only by two people in their 70's.
I told the dealer this and they refuse to even humor me that it might be just that. Since I normally have to drive a distance, this is going to leave me stranded one day and I am not sure if I like having to pay to have it replaced when I see that there are other people with the same issue with the same car. Is this going to be like the Toyota accelerator issue problem that was known but not communicated to the owner. Car was towed to a Nissan dealer where we were told the fuel pump needed to be replaced. Thought I would advise you since I also heard some people are having to replace this often and some are losing power when driving there cars on highways. Obviously, it is unacceptable for me to be without my brand new car for a week and a half.
When I checked underneath the car it looked like the muffler had came loose. The approximate failure mileage was 120,785 and the current mileage was 159,521. This new fuel pump is ideal for your restoration needs at an affordable price. I was almost involved in a very dangerous accident! My dad owned this car first put the first 6k miles on it. Our online parts catalog uses real-time inventory, so you can be assured the parts you buy are in stock at the time of ordering. The contact stated that the fuel pump was replaced on three prior occasions.
Per service technician, this is indication of pending fuel pump failure. With the fast demand in the fuel system industry, Bostech has positioned itself as the supplier that can effectively assist a new distributor of fuel injectors to develop the category. It is intermittent during the day but happens at least once daily. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. I took some snap shots from it and this is what I found see pictures below. Decreased level of driving quality, poor general performance, suboptimal gas mileage, or exposure to possible unit failure are just some down sides of driving a vehicle with a defective component.
They now think it's the catalytic converter and will likely result in me getting rid of the car. I think this is why Nissan is not recalling. If I was in traffic, this would have caused accident with no control over vehicle steering. Literally, transmission failure in all Nissan models is not rare. I was lucky this time because I was on the highway when the failure accoured and was able to steer the car over and off the road before something an accident happened! I noticed it a few more times and then the service engine light came on. This being the case, one component that might become faulty at some point is the fuel pump. There seems to a problem with them and after doing a quick search possibly the subject of a recall.
Most orders are shipped the same day. If you don't have a copy of your owners manual just email me at and I will be email you a copy. The contact stated that while driving at 35 mph, the engine stalled without warning. I am learning that it is a problem with a fuel pump. She lost all power and was not even able to use her brakes. These repairs have not fixed the problem. These repairs have not fixed the problem.
It is not that hard to replace it, but for normal drivers, certain details need to be adhered to for the replacement to be seamless. We sell wholesale to the public. My 2008 Versa only has 2,300 miles. Please look into it and fix it before someone dies. I thought it was just a battery etc, but I did take to the dealer and nothing was noticed,,,,from then on I've been experiencing difficulties in starting the car, or in the morning or when I leave work at 2 am etc. They just want to make money so they will not issue an service bulletins regarding the faulty fuel pumps.