Complaint Number: 10351824 Incident Date: June 23, 2010 Date Added to File: August 25, 2010 Description of the Complaint: The contact owns a 2005 nissan pathfinder. The safety recall began on September 16, 2010. We would fill up the tank and it wouldn't register at all and then the next time we got in the car it would register something, but the miles to empty was never accurate. I Was Informed By Their Consumer Affair People If There Was Infact A Recall I May Be Notified For Reimbursement. Complaint Number: 10446047 Incident Date: July 6, 2011 Date Added to File: January 31, 2012 Description of the Complaint: The fuel level sensor shows partially full tank all the time and service engine light comes on.
This is an issue during long trips and registration. There was no mention of the 6 year or 72,000 mile limitation in the letter for prior repairs. Complaint Number: 10378694 Incident Date: June 1, 2010 Date Added to File: January 25, 2011 Description of the Complaint: I own a 2005 nissan pathfinder with 78000 miles. July 14, 2009 I Have A 2005 pathfinder That Is Having fuel Level Sensor Problems. An interim notification letter to owners will be mailed on or before May 16, 2011. The vehicle was not repaired.
The Nissan fuel gauge and brake recall affects 539,864 vehicles worldwide, with 418,865 of those vehicles in the U. Complaint Number: 10254810 Incident Date: January 1, 2009 Date Added to File: January 13, 2009 Description of the Complaint: Service engine light came on at 28,500 miles on my 2005 pathfinder. A fuel Sensor Issue Was Found And They Covered Nothing Telling Me It Was Not A Safety Issue. I took it to several shops, and the transmissions was ruined. It is doing the same thing it did the last time. However, there have been no injuries reported in connection with the defective brakes. Complaint Number: 10399928 Incident Date: September 17, 2009 Date Added to File: May 10, 2011 Description of the Complaint: I was driving my vehicle to the hospital one day and the gas gauge suddenly went to empty and the check engine light came on.
This apparently is an issue with thousands of owners of 2005 nissan pathfinders, like mine, yet nissan hasn't recalled this units, even though they recalled 2006 and later models, which indicates a major pattern of failure in their nissan pathfinder fuel level sensors. In the affected vehicles the hood release cable assembly may have been installed incorrectly preventing the latching claw from fully engaging. Check engine light also came on at same time and remains on even after dealer servicing for an unrelated problem. To Top It Off Aside Form The Sensor That Needs Replaced Another Part Connected To It Also Needs To Be Replaced. This is a serious issue which clearly needs to be investigated.
In the nissan letter, it stated that if you had this fault and had it repaired at your expense, you could send in documentation for a refund. In states that use road salt during the winter, a mixture of snow, water and salt could cause corrosion on the bare metal part of a fuel filler tube and allow fuel to leak. If this problem existed in previous models, and it was recalled, the 2005-2007 xterras, frontiers, and pathfinders should get this fixed at no charge to the customer!! I Constantly Show Empty And Have Run Out Of Gas On Occasion. Gas gauge no marks total empty after fill up and will act erratic at times. This is an expensive vehicle that should not sound and feel like it is 10 years old. This Is Obviously An Issue With nissan On This Particular Part. Minutes later my service engine light came on.
Our car did fail its recent inspection because of the faulty part and my husband ended up replacing it himself at our cost. Complaint Number: 10501502 Incident Date: February 1, 2013 Date Added to File: February 28, 2013 Description of the Complaint: 2005 nissan pathfinder. This could be a huge safety issue if you run out of gas on a busy freeway. The ipdm controlled the amount of gas provided to the engine. I own 2 nissan maximas one is a 1994 the other 2001 and I have never had any issues with them.
Complaint Number: 10319161 Incident Date: June 10, 2009 Date Added to File: March 12, 2010 Description of the Complaint: Nissan has a well known fuel gauge issue does which shows the tank as empty even with a full tank. Fortunately, I did not have my two children in the car and within about 10min of running out of gas, a state trooper pulled up behind me and pushed me out of harms way. The vehicle has 51,000 miles. It is a safety issue since one can run out of gas at an inopportune time, or even pump in gas and have it overflow due to the tank being full and the driver not knowing it. The fault code is fuel level sending unit. This Is Very Costly And Can Run 300-400 Dollars This Needs To Be Recalled Asap. But if you have particular worries or questions about the recall, Nissan recommends contacting a dealer or calling the company's hotline 800-647-7261 for Nissan; 800-662-6200 for Infiniti.
Prepared to fill up the tank since the reading was past empty but the tank would only hold about 2. Aug 18, 2010 Details: Vehicles fuel System Is Faulty. The contact was driving 30 mph when he noticed that the vehicle fuel sensor was not working. Mine Cut Of While Going Through A Busy Intersection. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. Water In The Transmission Due To A Leaking Radiator Which Leaks Into The Transmission And Ruins It.