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Old October 27th, 2009, 09:40 AM
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Re: What could be the problem with the car?

may be its your stalker messing with yr car
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Re: What could be the problem with the car?

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The car which we bought recently (Nissan Sentra) seems to be giving me some trouble,
She is jealous ...

Rakhiji ... silly question but need to be asked ... new car? right? Strange for a new car but could just be engine timing needing some adjustments unless a lemon ... it happens.

I owned Pintara (1987?)long long time back while still on a budget ... decided never to buy Nissan again. You could have opted for Honda or Toyota eyes closed ... seldom you hear complaints.

Go to showroom ... complain ... LOUD.
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Re: What could be the problem with the car?

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She is jealous ...

Rakhiji ... silly question but need to be asked ... new car? right? Strange for a new car but could just be engine timing needing some adjustments unless a lemon ... it happens.

I owned Pintara (1987?)long long time back while still on a budget ... decided never to buy Nissan again. You could have opted for Honda or Toyota eyes closed ... seldom you hear complaints.

Go to showroom ... complain ... LOUD.
Why is it a silly question? It is pre-owned. 3 year old I think (18,000 KM on it by then owner, if I am not mistaken). I hardly ever use my car (Always my hubby's car), hence I went for pre-owned.
Right now it has all-season tires...
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Re: What could be the problem with the car?

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I owned Pintara (1987?)long long time back while still on a budget ... decided never to buy Nissan again. You could have opted for Honda or Toyota eyes closed ... seldom you hear complaints.

Go to showroom ... complain ... LOUD.
absolutely correct... I have a Nissan Sentra too and its given me ample problems... but then mine's an older one... new one gives problems I would raise hell at the showroom.
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Re: What could be the problem with the car?

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Why is it a silly question? It is pre-owned. 3 year old I think (18,000 KM on it by then owner, if I am not mistaken). I hardly ever use my car (Always my hubby's car), hence I went for pre-owned.
Right now it has all-season tires...
3 yr old and if you have bought a certified car then just take it to the dealer. They will have some sort of warranty on the car ( I think with certified car they will mostly cover major repairs, so u need not worry).
Vibration at high speed is dangerous, could make your car sway either way if not careful. Get it fixed.
Jut curiosity, your hubby has noticed the vibration too right
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Old October 27th, 2009, 09:57 AM
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Re: What could be the problem with the car?

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3 yr old and if you have bought a certified car then just take it to the dealer. They will have some sort of warranty on the car ( I think with certified car they will mostly cover major repairs, so u need not worry).
Vibration at high speed is dangerous, could make your car sway either way if not careful. Get it fixed.
Jut curiosity, your hubby has noticed the vibration too right
You all should start giving more respect to women drivers I say

Yeah, it is safety certified, Sprite also asked me this question. Are you talking about safety certification or any other certification? My car passed out with flying colors. I am really not worried about the expense...but just want to drive a 100% safe car, know what I mean?
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Re: What could be the problem with the car?

it should probabaly be the alignement or balancing . Sometimes the weight falls off the tires and can cause vibration .

anyway you cannot exactly align it at home . You have to do it at the shop
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Re: What could be the problem with the car?

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Re: What could be the problem with the car?

if it vibrates at slower speeds, i think what you're referring to is stalling. time to change engine oil to castrol gtx? swaying might be a side-effect of vibration or an imaginary thing altogether if it were to sway at lower speeds, then id say it'd do a lot more swaying and shaking at higher speeds just take it to the mechanic dude
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Re: What could be the problem with the car?

mmmmm.. take a breathalyser test...
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Re: What could be the problem with the car?

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You all should start giving more respect to women drivers I say
Rakhi Ji nothing against women.... it is women drivers i do not trust. I have been hit once by a lady when I was standing for a on a signal to turn. Worst is she was pregnant, so I could not say anything until the cops arrived and she made me hear handful. She only calmed when cop came and told her it was her mistake . This is just one instant, I can tell you many

There is difference between safety certificate and dealer certified. Safety certification is given to cars that do not have problems with emission, no hanging parts on car, have good mirrors, light , tyres and so on.
Dealer certified car is the one where dealer has checked the car and provides a certification that the car is in good condition and if anything goes wrong he will repair it (kind of guaranty that you get with a new car , however for shorter period).
If you do not know the difference, then probably you do not have dealer certification, else ur hubby would have pointed that out to u long time back. Check with him. Ask him if the car is "dealer certified", if not then you are paying out of your pocket for the dealers visit and repairs.
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If you do not know the difference, then probably you do not have dealer certification, else ur hubby would have pointed that out to u long time back. Check with him. Ask him if the car is "dealer certified", if not then you are paying out of your pocket for the dealers visit and repairs.
OK, I will check with hubby. I am positive we would have dealer certification too...after reading your explanation...
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Rakhi Ji nothing against women.... it is women drivers i do not trust. I have been hit once by a lady when I was standing for a on a signal to turn. Worst is she was pregnant, so I could not say anything until the cops arrived and she made me hear handful. She only calmed when cop came and told her it was her mistake . This is just one instant, I can tell you many

There is difference between safety certificate and dealer certified. Safety certification is given to cars that do not have problems with emission, no hanging parts on car, have good mirrors, light , tyres and so on.
Dealer certified car is the one where dealer has checked the car and provides a certification that the car is in good condition and if anything goes wrong he will repair it (kind of guaranty that you get with a new car , however for shorter period).
If you do not know the difference, then probably you do not have dealer certification, else ur hubby would have pointed that out to u long time back. Check with him. Ask him if the car is "dealer certified", if not then you are paying out of your pocket for the dealers visit and repairs.
take it to Nissan dealer/Canadian tire ( no Midas/meineke ) and get their 80-point inspection done. its worth the money you spend on that.
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take it to Nissan dealer/Canadian tire ( no Midas/meineke ) and get their 80-point inspection done. its worth the money you spend on that.
if it's a certified pre-owned (CPO), why should she get the 80-point done Premiji? the dealer has to fix whatever the problem is.
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Why is it a silly question? It is pre-owned. 3 year old I think (18,000 KM on it by then owner, if I am not mistaken). I hardly ever use my car (Always my hubby's car), hence I went for pre-owned.
Right now it has all-season tires...
are u sure its not a rental car??? I mean a car previously owned by a car rental company.
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