Look at the top fuse which should be a 7. Just take the hubs off and remove the white plastic dust cap behind it. Often they will put a number to the right of the fuse. It is also important to check for conventional problems such as air leaks in the booster or lines, lack of brake fluid, or other problems with the brake system. The approximate failure mileage was 130,000.
The failure mileage was 53,000 and current mileage was 54,000. Grinding noise coming from front of car. If he says there's three, is he talking about the one yellow thingy and the two green thingys on the left side? Even I knew that was not it. There are a number of different posting on the web about this problem and at least 3 different nissan dealerships that I have called are aware of this being a problem with this model. He said there's three different ones.
Most recently, I replaced the front and back brakes due to what I thought was normal wear and tear. It has 54000 miles on the car which I purchased brand new. So I was told just wait and see if it gets worse. You don't need to replace any parts. Just curious how does the tech check for that variation between 1-3 mph for the sensors? Nissan has done nothing to fix this issue, and I was told by a technician at a dealership that this has been a recurring problem with the 2005 and 2006 Maxima models. I'm waiting to hear from Nissan. Or is there more to come off? The failure mileage was 78,500.
You can pull fuses, or you can disconnect the front wheel sensor. That is more than half the car is worth. And I also think that Nissan knows about this problem. Anyone know whats wrong so i can fix the car myself i am mechanically inclined and just need help in the right direction. If it has stability control the button will say vdc off. Cut the top so the hole looks like a U and then reinstall the cap and hub. Ok, so i walk outside today, and hear this buzzing sound.
No harm done having it disconnected. The contact has not taken the vehicle back to the local mechanic to inspect the cause for the abs warning light being illuminated. I am gonna do what you did to the rear hub and sensor and hopefully that will also fixed my problem too. Sounds to me Nissan has a design problem with this stuff they need to pickup the tab. You can return a product for up to 30 days from the date you purchased it. But now that the issue is back, I'm determined to solve it for good. My car started that problem today.
Thanks for the advice, always helps to talk to someone that's done before. And if they don't cover the cost this will be my last Nissan. I had a 1991 Nissan Maxima that I bought used with 173,000 miles on it. PaymentShippingReturnsPaymentShippingReturns We accept payment by any of the following methods: PayPal Please pay as soon as possible after accepting offer, as that will allow us to post your item to you sooner! Also is there a diagram on this fix and if so how do I look it up on this site? This allows you to view all wheel speeds during test drive or if you got a code for a specific front wheel then you lift the vehicle on the hoist and put it in gear. The consequence is reduced braking performance in emergency situations.
Nov 30, 2011 dfifrank: The relay you are seeking is locate on the driver's side of the car. Simply going Back to late 80's. I popped open the hood an noticed that the abs pump that is on the back of the passenger side firewall is running. I'm not bringing the car back!!! Brakes work well and I move on, a day or 2 later same thing,so every time im coming to a stop sign I start pumping the brakes and hoping they are working, vehicle now has over 100k miles, and problem been happening since about 60k. Payment We accept payment by any of the following methods: PayPal Please pay as soon as possible after accepting offer, as that will allow us to post your item to you sooner! The vehicle was taken to the dealership, who determined that the entire abs system and the sensors needed to be replaced. In an emergency such a failure would eliminate my ability to perform avoidance maneuvers while braking which is the purpose of the abs system. I turn vehicle off, and it resets itself to normal.
The abs motor continues running even when the vehicle is turned off and the key is removed. You are basically back to regular braking system and no traction control. I took my car to several places for a mechanic to identify the noise. Got a '04 Max with 140,000 kms. L believe that Nissan is aware of all of the manufacturing defects with the Maxima and by not responding hope that consumers will go ahead and pay for the repairs over and over again because they are afraid to drive an unsafe car. The manufacturer's authorized dealer representative stated that the left rear speed sensor failed and that the cost of replacement would be at my expense. If they don't cover the cost which I think they should this being my fourth max since the car is not really that old.
I read that the pump prob has a leak an it is trying to repressurize its self back up. It has cleared all the C1110 codes. The fuse and motor get extremely hot and may potentially cause a fire in the vehicle if the battery is not disconnected overnight. Nissan has tech service bulletin for this to take brakes off and backing plate and clean of all corrosion build up on the rear spindle and replace abs sensor. At first none of them knew what it was. I believe this should answer your questions and then some. However, my front left wheel is still making that noise so we are thinking the sensor is bad there and will replace.
But doing so will also eliminate your speedo from working. Also how do I get the hub off just the 4 bolts behind the hub? Now I've got to try and make sure I order the correct unit, it's my daughter's car and I don't know if it has traction or stability control, I assume if it has traction control it will have a control button on the console or somewhere, not sure how to tell if it has stability control. I took it to my mechinic and he told me there was no problem after he cleared all the codes charged me 100 buck for nothing!!! According to the dealership representative such drive components are warranted for the first 60,000 miles only. The abs did kick on under normal braking and now the abs motor is stuck running, the brake and abs lights are on and the abs system will no longer activate in a dynamic sliding condition. Anti-lock brake abs components failing, there is also a service bulletin on the nissan website describing ways to fix or replace parts, but very expensive. I took my car to the Nissan dealer in marlow heights and the mechanic told that the noise came from after-market pads.