Nissan Engine Problems
If you’ve been having problems with your Nissan vehicle, you may be entitled to a refund, replacement, or cash settlement. Many consumers who own or lease 2007-2019 Nissan vehicles have experienced various problems with their vehicles, including engine issues.Do you want to see if you have a claim?GET STARTED
Nissan claimed that their timing chains were just noisy vs. being defective. However, in May 2014, Nissan issued a timing chain service campaign for 104,000 Jukes, model year 2011-2013. While not a recall, the automaker called it a “voluntary service campaign.”
In addition to timing chain issues, other Nissan engine problems include:
- Illumination of the check engine light
- Rough running
- Engine oil leaks
- Whining noise from the engine area
- Reduced engine power
If you purchased or leased one of the following Nissan models, whether it was new or used, you may be entitled to restitution under state and/or federal laws:
It’s possible that your car is a lemon if you have experienced any of the problems listed above, and you’ve taken your car to an authorized Nissan dealer for repairs but the problem still persists or the problem was not repaired after a reasonable number of attempts. (In some circumstances, if the vehicle is in the shop for an excessive amount of time, less repair attempts are required.) In addition, to be considered a lemon, the defect must be one that is covered by the manufacturer’s warranty.
The best way to find out if your vehicle is a lemon is to contact an attorney with experience handling lemon law cases. Located in Southern California, Strategic Legal Practices is one of California’s largest Lemon Law firms, with a team of attorneys who are experienced when it comes to representing consumers throughout the state of California against the major automotive manufacturers. We’re proud of the fact that we have greater than a 99% success rate.
We will help to assess your claim in order to determine whether you’re eligible for a refund, replacement, or cash settlement, even if you no longer own or lease the vehicle. But, time is of the utmost importance because the statute of limitations is running on these claims.
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