Hey guys, we all know our cars are famous for this problem, so you know we need this kit: I'm pretty sure I can get it cheaper than that at work, so I'm going to check Monday. Here's what I've always done: Get in car and turn the key on don't turn the engine over. I was driving on the highway, in the middle lane, during rush hour when the car just stopped. All Replacement brand items are backed by 1-year, unlimited-mileage warranty. The contact would have to continuously attempt to turn the ignition over before the vehicle would start.
Therefore, since you have to spend the time pulling out the fuel pump might as well change it out for a Walbro 255? The vehicle was repaired with the fuel pump repair kit under the extended service warranty. Great fit, efficient performance, and robust style are the defining characteristics of Airtex's original equipment equivalent fuel pump. That or they fail at a turrible rate. I am thinking of getting rid of it before more trouble happens beyond my 100k warranty. Can anyone warn me of any specific pitfalls or things I need to watch out for??? The dealer repaired the fuel pump as identified in the technical service bulletin. When the contact started the ignition, the engine failed to start. I'll remind them of my free fix.
I installed the repair kit yesterday it made absolutely no difference. I do not think I should have to pay for this repair since it is a problem that I have tried to get them to fix when it was under warranty. Review: My first car on my own in 05, got a great price. I believe that with the pumps that have the problem is because they are not holding the fuel pressure when you turn the car off so when you start it up the next time, it has to build up enough fuel pressure to start because it is not doing it when it primes. The third time the dealer replaced the fuel pump under warranty even though the Sentra was 1500 miles out of warranty.
I have brought it in twice for a broken ignition wire. Buy now and replace that failed original part! Our fuel pump replacement for Nissan Sentra restores your sedan's fuel economy and performance. The contact did not believe that neither the dealer nor manufacturer was able to accurately diagnose the failure. It seems like Nissan cheaped out and didn't install a check valve to keep the line pressurized. Hasn't a new pump always solved the problem for most everyone? But failed to issue a recall for this issue which leads to poor fuel pressure and hard to start conditions.
My vehicle is no longer under general warranty and the fuel pump is no longer under parts warranty and Nissan is refusing to help. Fuel pump was replaced at that time under warranty. The Nissan Consumer line doesnt give a crap. The engine would roll but not turn over. The contact stated that the vehicle would fail to start intermittently. The manufacturer did not assist.
This might not seem like a big deal, but it is a safety issue. Our Sentra fuel pumps restore the correct pressure and volume to deliver the ideal amount of fuel to your car's engine. The failure mileage was 25,487 and the current mileage was 50,000. I would discover that horn was not working, I'd bring it in and it would function, then a couple of months would pass and again it would be inoperative. They pin-pointed the problem--the fuel pump was faulty. Thanks I was also confident the fuel pump repair kit would solve the slow crank time. Started noticing long engine crank before start by Mar.
If nothing else our starters will outlast theirs. Start Car no hard start. Start Car no hard start. Review: I bought my 2005 Nissan Sentra 1. It will randomly maybe 1 in 10 starts just not want to start on the first turn, but if it manages to after a few seconds of a hard start it is a very low power slightly shaky start and then it builds up to idle speed. All Replacement items are backed by a 1-year, unlimited-mileage warranty.
The long cranking time is gone but at the time of the repair i never saw a fuel pressure regulator on the fue rail. Nissan and the dealer are acting as though they do not know what is causing the problem be there are numerous cases reported on the internet concerning the same problem. I fought with Nissan for 1 month while they kept my car until I provided oil change receipts. I do not believe this car is safe to operate. . Diagnostic details revealed nothing wrong, in fact the car would start normally whenever the dealer tried. Nooo it doesnt, they would have to be really short with no legs to fit in the backseat.
I rather blame some one else, then myself. That's what I do too, it's funny how many people come in and just have to have this kit put in, although I do see where it could be kinda scary to someone who doesn't understand how the system works. The first time they were unable to locate the problem. The driver smelled gasoline inside the passenger compartment. The dates below show this problem with the fuel line was well-documented long before the warranty went out. I believe that with the pumps that have the problem is because they are not holding the fuel pressure when you turn the car off so when you start it up the next time, it has to build up enough fuel pressure to start because it is not doing it when it primes. When an old fuel pump wears out, your daily driver stutters, stalls and doesn't have the power to accelerate and climb hills.