Heres the link to the US recall nissan recalling 11000 Jukes to fix rear seats - Business - Boston.com note that it only applies to those Jukes that were made from Feb. 3- May 26. Sadly the gorgeous little Juke I just bought - last Friday (yes Friday the 13th) is on the list.. so Im stuck driving a loaner car for the next couple of weeks. -(
Originally Posted by msagustin Looks like its only a limited production run.I havent found any more info yet. Now includes U.S Make nissan Model JUKE Model Year 2012 Manufacturer nissan NORTH AMERICA INC. Mfrs Report Date JUL 12 2012 NHTSA CAMPAIGN ID Number 12V328000 NHTSA Action Number NA Component seatS Potential Number of Units Affected 11076 Summary nissan IS RECALLING CERTAIN MODEL YEAR 2012
These are all safety issues and I have a huge problem with that. I don™t like the CVT paired with any motor less than a 2.0L and the front seats were way too uncomfortable to even consider a long trip. I would not buy the note for myself and I wouldn™t buy one for my daughter. Everything I dislike about the car is a much bigger priority than the fuel savings. It was a good effort on the part of nissan
from the vehicle. &8226 Remove the seat cushion apply thread locker to 4 existing screws and reinforce the seat by adding pop rivets. IMPORTANT The purpose of ACTIONS (above) is to give you a quick idea of the work you will be performing. You MUST closely follow the entire Service Procedure (starting on page 2) as it contains information that is essential to successfully completing this repair. nissan
it wasnt about loose bolts...but rather failing bolts. I had this issue with my note. The rear seat mechanism was all jacked up and wouldnt lock in place or release. Brought it in to nissan and it was fixed promptly. Not a big deal. Back on the road again loving my Versa note
Quote Originally Posted by ScottFontananissan it wasnt about loose bolts...but rather failing bolts. I had this issue with my note. The rear seat mechanism was all jacked up and wouldnt lock in place or release. Brought it in to nissan and it was fixed promptly. Not a big deal. Back on the road again loving my Versa note no problems with mine so far but only about 500 miles into ownership...oh btw
The note has been out for awhile in other countries. I read up on cars not available in the US and there seems to be no big issues with the chassis of the note. The engine we will be getting is the hr16de found in the new sedan. This engine actually has been out since 09 in the US but is slightly revised since 2012. The engine is in alot of nissan cars in other countries and seems very reliable. Some
Wet Okole seat covers nissan Frontier seat Covers Front note They specifically state that they ARE compatible with side air bags.
I immediately purchased some seat covers. If you want to see how quickly your Rogue factory cloth seats can wear... check out ntwrkds photo in this link httpforums.nicoclub.comzer...00747 I purchased my seat covers off eBay. They were inexpensive and serve the purpose. If you think 35 is a fair price to protect your front seats then check these out httpcgi.ebay.comebaymotors...A1318 note
So let me see if I follow you... You dont like the seats armrests button placement etc etc etc... Q Did you buy your Juke from mail order Did you bother to take note of these things when you first sat in the Juke at the dealer BEFORE you bought it I know that for most of us it was pretty much a sale at first sight but cmon you must have test drove the thing and then taken note about all these things
on a plus note the SL will have heated seats
leather interior did not last as long as the car itself... I swore Id never buy another car with leather. After reading your claims I did a little Googling and found an Amazon review where a guy claims he used Lexol every month and when he sold his Jeep it had 300000 miles on it and not a single crack in his leather Hmmm I didn™t apply conditioner every single month maybe that was my downfall. note
Good luck. My wife has a note and we are seeing similar heat issues. Saying that it is much less of a problem for us in St. Louis than it would be in Winterpeg. It was -15c here for a few mornings in January (coldest temps in 20 years) and the note did not even warm up one light bar on her 3 mile commute to work. Thank goodness for the heated seats. Rusty lives in Winnipeg so he is using a block heater
stickshifts and safetybelts bucket seats have all got to go. when were driving in the car it makes my baby seem so far. i need you here with me not way over in a bucket seat. you can swap out one from a single cab frontier. Also snag the console. it all should bolt right in note your back area will become utterly useless because I dont think the bench has the tilt and roll feature that your passanger seat does to gain access to the rear
belt would come low enough due to the raised edges. Plus in the king cab the seatbelt is attached to the rear door. Seems like the stock belt would work with the recliner and daily driver series. Did you guys check the dimensions to make sure they would fit without removing the console or something like that Also what about those who are going to keep the airbags for a daily driver. On a side note
For 2005 models I believe as stated in the service manual the pulling on the seatbelt and it locks is the following seat BELT RETRACTOR ON-VEHICLE CHECK Emergency Locking Retractors (ELR) and Automatic Locking Retractors (ALR) note All seat belt retractors are of the Emergency Locking Retractors (ELR) type. In an emergency (sudden stop) the retractor will lock and prevent the belt from extending any
i know when my seat doesnt fully latch after adjusting the distance from the pedals for lack of better terms it will make a similar popping on accel decel or better yet any motion large enough to move it. All I do is give it a good shove and press the lever back down to lock it fully. On another note if youre an 08 why dont you just take it in and have the dealer take a look see Then again the service is only as good as the techs working on it
Quote Originally Posted by shinermiller i know when my seat doesnt fully latch after adjusting the distance from the pedals for lack of better terms it will make a similar popping on accel decel or better yet any motion large enough to move it. All I do is give it a good shove and press the lever back down to lock it fully. On another note if youre an 08 why dont you just take it in and have the dealer
Just a note there are no rubber washer under the seat of an 08 CC. I made some make-shift rubber washers and it didnt fix the issue. Upon further investigation. The noise is coming from the rails that the seat slides on. Next oil change I will get the dealership to look at it.
i have a kc 05 and i regret buying the kc instead of the 4dr. only because i have a kid. it is very uncomfortable for a third person to sit in the pass. seat while your baby car seat is mounted directly behind it. i layed a p.t. piece of wood the width of the cab across and mounted my baby car seat directly centered w the console. note you will have to gut the plastics to do so. that will give you
No they do NOT address the issue of the side airbags... note Will not work with Integrated seatbelts or Armrests. DO NOT cover seats which contain Side Global Airbags. google is your friend ....... httpwww.seatcovers4less.com....html
I didnt find anything unusual in my car but my father used to work as a nissan mechanic for a dealership back in the 1980s. He was asked to diagnose a rattling noise in a two-year old maxima and what he found was hillarious... one of the factory workers took a coat hanger slid a stack of washers onto it taped them together and tac welded it to the inside of the left rear quarter panel. Along with this
If it doesnt look like it could be coming in from the bottom (e.g loose rubber plug) the sunroof has 4 drain vent hoses (one on each corner) that can sometimes get blocked. The rear sunroof vent hoses can be seen from the trunk and exit the body behind the back wheels. There is a metal fitting on the end the vent hoses that sticks through a body grommet that sometimes rusts and clogs. note the metal
there wasnt anything they could do but when my car was ready (it was in for the transmission update) one of their techs had seen another Rogue with the same complaint. The fix Simply wrap some black electrical tape around the stationary part of the latch for lack of knowing the right term lets call it the post. (the part thats fixed to the side of the car). No more sound for the last 8000 miles. note
Quote Originally Posted by FindingNismo why not just under the truck theres lots of room under there Here you go just mount the amp in my truck bc I dont have anything behind my seats run the wires between both of our roof racks and then all we have to do is make sure that we never get more than eh 8 or 9 feet apart On a serious note. I have seen amps mounted on the inside of the roof. Do you really need the head room
Went through this myself. At some point in life you dont want to be looked at like your car is broken at each stop light. Oddly enough Id just copied and pasted this to another thread so it was on my clipboard. A potential solution for you - the cutouts have a different sound than NPP more deep and rumbly as the sound is directed down vs. out. Another data point to consider. Plus they are a lot cheaper
I ran mine for quite a while with a softtop and then switched to a hardtop. The only difference I can tell is that its quite inside now and I can listen to the radio. Maybe my seat of the pants dynamo just isnt sensitive enough to notice any difference.
Quote Originally Posted by boatycall Run a timed to-speed foot to the floor. Im not saying a drag race Im saying a 0 - 60 time. try both and report back. Drag racing typically yields 110th of a second down a 14 mile for every 100lbs removed. So in theory removing the hard top on a 0-60 run in a jeep should be pretty much unmeasureable. But if it is what you say then the numbers wont lie. interesting
What I know Hardfull door JK with Power windows 64 pounds each Rear seat from 2 door 70 pounds What I dont know Hardtop from 2 door 170 if the top is around 170 pounds that is about 370 pounds taken out when you remove the top and doors. I can feel it.
Quote Originally Posted by Jon08JK What I know Hardfull door JK with Power windows 64 pounds each Rear seat from 2 door 70 pounds What I dont know Hardtop from 2 door 170 if the top is around 170 pounds that is about 370 pounds taken out when you remove the top and doors. I can feel it. I would give a 4 door hardtop 170ish...
I need a seat (fat ass you see) and a new spare wheel (extra wheels for the arctic) Would take the whole interior if it was good including the dash (want to mount extra guages but not destroy sylvias dash)as mrs sylvia is a bit tired looking from all that sunshine she gets to go to Would also take the tailgate and bonnet for a sylvia restoration when she comes back from this years adventure (uncle
No not at all. Just teasing jon that he never noticed me say that the seats where for sylvia hehe Jim
What are your thoughts on an item like this for the Juke Totally removable cleanable. note the raised perimeter which will retain spills.
Originally Posted by phannigan What are your thoughts on an item like this for the Juke Totally removable cleanable. note the raised perimeter which will retain spills. Id be very interested -- were always hauling our 85lb pup around this would be perfect. Where did you find it trey
Originally Posted by phannigan What are your thoughts on an item like this for the Juke Totally removable cleanable. note the raised perimeter which will retain spills. nicely done...one of the best fitted liners Ive seen to date...will this be coming to market anytime soon
Originally Posted by phannigan What are your thoughts on an item like this for the Juke Totally removable cleanable. note the raised perimeter which will retain spills. Originally Posted by curious nicely done...one of the best fitted liners Ive seen to date...will this be coming to market anytime soon Total 1 In fact I do believe this is the best one ever. Its go to be expensive. Id buy one depending
Pick the speakers first they will come with a suggested volume amount for the best sound. Make sure whoever builds your box knows how to do the math I never built boxes cause I dont know how to count .. If you can swing it ported boxes usually sound louder and there is a material that you can stuff the box with that cheats the volume I will look it up later and see what its called. Also a side note
your license taken away. kc5f wrote If you were speeding you know it. (If you dont know it you shouldnt be driving) So if you get stopped why not just be honest about it Might even get you a warning instead of a ticket when you come across as confrontational (Worked for me) This man speaketh the truth. Ive been pulled over a couple times before and simply fessing up got me off. Edit As a side note
Quote Originally Posted by estoner Whatever you get dont waste your money on the neoprene ones with the Frontier logo from courtesyparts.com . They stain really easy although also easy to wash & reinstall. But they fit good and tight. noted thanks. Anybody else
71 Number 40)] [Notices] [Page 10591-10596] From the Federal Register Online via GPO Access [wais.access.gpo.gov] [DOCIDfr01mr06-139] ----------------------------------------------------------------------- DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION National Highway Traffic Safety Administration [Docket No. NHTSA 2005-22654 Notice 2] Final Decision To Partially Rescind Decision That Nonconforming 1990-1999 nissan
The wife and I took a base AWD SL out for a quick 30 min spin last night. Overall impression was very favorable. Much like nissans other recently released products in the last 18 months the new Rogue has greatly improved in all the right areas. Gone is the average econo box experience replaced with a product that feels intelligently designed properly executed and has attention to detail above many