Its disappointing that nissan wasnt able to make this system cheap and reliable. Im only at 1500 miles so its too early to know if I will be affected but I have an S model (not sure if that matters) and I think my car was built several months after yours... so maybe they fixed it. I havent heard of as many new cases (that werent actually caused by low tire pressure). I suspect that sometime around
Just a note... an impact wrench could be used in place of a breaker bar and youre less likely to scrape you knuckles or strip the nut head or shear the bolt or stud. I bought a cheap 50 electric one a few years ago to change the drive sprocket on my motorcycles. A breaker bar will just turn the engine. Its also makes removing axle bolts and the bolt holding the clutch basket much easier. Its handy
are better on the automatic than the manual. Its so compact it has less than a 40lb weight penalty I believe. The civic weighs about as much as the Versa. I havent driven a CVT yet so I cant speak for its smoothness but he newer automatics are pretty impressive and have nearly bumpless shifts. 1st-2nd gear is the one that you usualy cant eliminate... its too big of a ratio change. On a side note...
park in at work allowed corn feed to occsionally get blown on my car when the wind was right and there was a process upset (I work at a corn refinery). 2) I suspect either the hole is a little small on the drain the tube has a sharp elbow in it or the hole is partially obstructed due to poor quality control from the supplier of hte molded plastic housing. It may be a combination of all 3. I will note
This is correct. Thsi is NOT a thermostat. All the way to the cold position is 0% heat. the middle is 50% to the left is 100%. Also note the system ALWAYS works in this manner even with the AC on. So in the summer the AC compressor runs no matter when the heat positon is. It reheats the air after its cooled off. The compressor cycles on and off depending on the temperature of the evaporator coils.