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A Buyer’s Guide to the 2012 Nissan Murano
The 2012 Nissan Murano is a sleek crossover SUV that has all the modern amenities. It has ample interior space with a luxurious feel, and a driver oriented suspension. If you need a...

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Why is the airbag light flashing
Good question. I had the same problem on my truck recently and it was the easiest fix but I will go through a few steps to help you find the issue and hopefully find your problem. First of all,...
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Heat only works when accelerating
Hello. I suspect the heater control valve is the culprit here. Most likely only opening partially. By only being partially open, it allows more hot water to circulate when the engine load and RPM are higher, as when you accelerate,...
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My car had a clicking noise on startup. I replaced the timing chain, guides and tensioners but the noise is still there.
Many engines will make a small ticking sound upon startup when cold due to the fact that the engine oil has dripped down to the oil pan or the bottom of the engine. When the engine starts up, oil pressure...
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The AC stopped working. It blew cold on passenger side only. At same time car was sounding like it was stuck in low gear.
Hello and thank you for contacting YourMechanic. Check the little wheel below each vent to make sure the vent is fully open. The wheel adjusts the volume of air coming out of the vent. The next thing to check for...
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Do I have a bad coolant temperature switch?
In order to verify that the coolant sensor's output reading is correct, you will need to have the engine computer system scanned and look at the data before the engine is even started. The temperature of the coolant sensor and...
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2009 Nissan Murano has the P0420 trouble code. It says the normal bank 1 issue, but now it says short to VBAT. What is that and how to fix it?
Hi there. From the description you have provided, for your vehicle's P0420 trouble code. I suspect the O2 (Oxygen) sensor you replaced has created an additional concern for your vehicle. Either, the O2 sensor is incorrect by application or is...
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There is a lot of noise coming from the front and rear tires while driving.
All tires, even new ones, can make different amounts of noise as we drive at highway speeds. But there may be an additional noise that also varies with road speed, and comes from the "tire" area. This noise is caused...
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Mass Air Flow Sensor Replacement - Do I need to have Fuel Injectors Cleaned too?
When the Mass Airflow Sensor (MAF) is replaced it is not a requirement to clean the fuel injectors. The fuel injectors may be clogged for other reasons and maybe causing hesitations or lack of power and then they would need...
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Car is vibrating and making a clicking noise; should I replace the CV joints?
If you are hearing a clicking noise, this may very well be related to the CV joints. Generally, when it gets to this point, the CV joint has already completely failed and will need to be replaced. In severe cases,...
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Code P1778.
Hello P1778 is the code for an issue with the stepper motor function. The CVT transmission on this vehicle uses a 4 position stepper motor to propel the vehicle. If the stepper motor goes bad, or has an issue it...
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While I'm driving the accelerator disengages and it won't accelerate with the gas pedal pressed all the to the floor.
This loss of accelerator control is a built in safety feature of the vehicle computer and can render the throttle inactive if it sees a problem in a major component or loses communication with the throttle sensor. I have even...
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Car won't start
This may be related to many different possibilities, some of which may be related to a lack of spark and some of which may be related to a fuel delivery problem or a combination of both. For example, if the...
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Won't start - 2007 Nissan Murano
Hello there, you have several issues going on with your 2007 Nissan Murano. No-start issues are common and the most likely causes are the battery, starter, fuel pump, ignition switch, battery terminals or the battery cables. Given that your...
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My driver's seat rocks back and forth, do I need to replace the whole seat?
Depending on the construction of the seat and how it is fastened to the floorboard, you may be able to just replace the bracket holding the seat down. Inside your seat is a frame that is surrounded by cushions. In...
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Not getting heat when idling
Of course the system has too be coming up to operating temperature in order to get good heat. If it isn't, you will need to replace the thermostat. But if the thermostat is good and the engine is coming up...
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VVT (variable valve timing) Solenoid and Check Engine Light codes P0300 and P0011
Hi there. Through your research you probably discovered that there are multiple causes of a rough idle and the Check Engine Light beyond the VVT solenoid. If you replace the second bank solenoid, it may improve your issue, but...
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The roof rack runners on my car are lose and making a rattle/whine when I drive fast.
These roof racks are held to the top of the car with a series of bolts and brackets. Over time, these can occasionally work themselves loose and may cause a bit of rattling as you describe. For safety precautions, you...
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My radiator is spitting out coolant onto my engine and the check engine light is on but no overheating and its sometimes dont want to start should I get a new radiator
Hi there: Before you decide to purchase a new radiator and have a new radiator installed on your 2005 Nissan Murano, I'd recommend having a professional mechanic complete a car is leaking coolant inspection first. This will allow them to...
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Smoke issue
Hello. In most cases oil from a leaky valve cover gasket should not result in smoke coming from the tailpipe. Smoke from the tailpipe is usually a sign that either oil or coolant is being burned inside of the engine,...
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Fluid on bottom of transmission
A very thin film of fluid seeping from the transmission especially at higher mileage is considered normal as long as the internal fluid level is full and there are no operational problems. A thin film is considered normal, but the...

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