2009 Nissan 370Z Consumer Review: Engine Oil Cooler

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2009 Nissan 370Z Touring 2dr Coupe (3.7L 6cyl 7A)


Hey out there, All you new 2009 370Z Car owners need to ensure that your 370Z Car can handle high Ambient temperatures. I live in Georgia, and the ambient temperature is almost always above 90 degrees, during the months of June, July, August and September. I've had numerous contacts with Nissan's Consumer Affairs Department, regarding the 370Z Car's need of an ENGINE OIL COOLER. The 370Z can not handle driving at speeds of 60 MPH, or more, with out the ENGINE OIL TEMPERATURE reaching the 280 degree mark, which is what Nissan indicates is the MAX OIL TEMPERATURE the car should operate at. All 370Z car owners should contact Nissan's Consumer Affairs Department and demand a RECALL!

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The 2009 Nissan 370Z car is fun to drive, but you realy can't drive the car far, and at speeds over 70 MPH's, whithout the ENGINE OIL TEMPERTAURE rising above 260 degrees. Nissan states the MAX ENGINE OIL TEMPERATURE should not rise above 280 degrees. The 370Z car can't be driven at high speeds!

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THE 2009 NISSAN 370Z MUST HAVE AN ENGINE OIL COOLER! This car can't operate at speeds of 70 MPH, or at 4000 RPM's, or more, when the AMBIENT TEMPERATURE is over 90 degrees.
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