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Nissan Navara 2011: Multiple problems

Asked by Jim Waters

Black smoke, vibration, CD-player malfunction, belt tensioner failure, limp mode, oil through turbo, hose from turbo to intercooler failure, front rotors, all in 140,000 km in my 2011 Nissan Navara. The only thing Nissan has fixed is the limp mode at 10,000 km, no problem again. All the other problems have been fixed by going to the aftermarket where I have found that fixes are all available. Shame, Nissan, shame.

Answered by CarsGuide

20 Jun 2014 Graham Smith

The great thing about the motor trade is that there are lots of clever mechanics that are able to fix problems that the carmakers seem to be unable to do. It's always worth asking a specialist mechanic for help.

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