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I have 2004 Nissan Sentra 1.8, automatic, 36,000 miles, stalls and will not accelerate after I stop for a red light or STOP sign. This only happens when it rains. It takes a minute or more before it accelerates and takes off It also does not start right away, but takes a few cranks to ignite and turn on, this happens always. I had a mechanic check the spark plugs and ... Read More
I bought a 2004- 2006 Nissan Sentra engine for my 2005 Nissan Sentra but it would not fit my car. It would not line up in place of the original engine..Does any one know why? or how I can fix this problem?
Hi, I bought a used 2007 Nissan sentra 2.0s (with 70k miles) from a dealer in WI. Bofore selling they had performed a 120 point inspection on this car. After using it for a month (700 miles), I observed that the engine oil light is always in ON condition. So i took it to the dealer and the service engineer found out that there is no engine oil. Then I filled ... Read More
Hello everyone, I am hoping that someone can answer my question. I installed a neon light into my fuse box like this one for example http://www.ebuyer.com/138699-sunbeam-red-liquid-neon-light-strip-molex-connectio- - - - n-lnsp-r by stripping the red wire it had, and wrapping the metal around one of the prongs for my Cigarette Lighter fuse and plugging the fuse back into the fuse box. I stripped the black wire and grounded it to my chassis. ... Read More
:) i bought a nissan sentra 2006 manual sr=spec-v last year...all the sudden my clutch stay a little down when i use it..dont go up all the way...sometimes it does sometimes it doesnt..people had told me could be depends of the weather..any help on what might caused this to happen? also what is this exact mpg on the city and highway..Thank you :D ">
I have a 2006 Nissan Sentra 1.8s SE with the following fault codes: P2119 P0603 PO601 can anyone tell me what the problems are and what action to take.
I am looking for a 16" six spoke silver wheel for my 2006 Nissan Sentra S. If anyone can help me please let me know.
NOVEMBER 2007 -- Nissan is recalling 653,910 MY 2002 and 2005-2006 Altima and Sentra vehicles equipped with 2.5L engines. The crankshaft position sensor can overheat causing a brief interruption in the signal output from the sensor. If the interruption in the signal from the sensor is so brief that the electronic control module (ECM) logic does not have time to diagnose the condition, the engine may stop running without warning while ... Read More
My Nissan Sentra SE 2006, has developed a ghost. For no apparant reason the trunk opens with the key in or out and driving or parked. There is nothing in the trunk bouncing around and the cables appear ok. Any ideas? Switches, if so where? Thks Dave
This is my first posting on any web site, so please be patient & kind. I have a 2006 Nissan Sentra. One of the younger members of my family was just run off the road and a pot hole/asphalt jag punctured the tire and substantially bent the rim. The outer rim measures 17" and I was told it was really 16". Today I replaced the rim, tomorrow the tires. An option ... Read More
Not sure what your credit issues are but 25% wow! Based on the information you supplied, the total of your payments are $25,128. That is quite a bit for a 2006 Sentra. Waht was the selling price of car? Was there a trade? If so how much did they give you? What is the 2000 mile/60 day warranty? Your payments and the length of the loan for the car you purchased ... Read More
This past monday, i purchased a 2006 nissan sentra. I am 23 a student and I work. this is my first vehicle and i have some credit issues which are about 4k. I have been on my current job for about 4 months now. I got this car with gap insurance and a 2000mile/60 day warranty with a down payment of 1200 dollars. I have this car financed at 72 mos ... Read More
I've got my eye on a 2006 Nissan Sentra SE-R Spec V, with less than 3,000 miles, selling for under $12,000. Car is practically new...so I'm immediately suspicious. I read the description: LOW MILES ORIGINAL...6-SPEED MANUAL TRANSMISSION...MOON-ROOF...STILL HAS THE BRAND NEW CAR SMELL...NO FLOOD DAMAGE...NO FRAME DAMAGE...NO COLLISION DAMAGE...[here we go]...THIS VEHICLE WAS A PREVIOUS THEFT-RECOVERY...INSURANCE COMPANY WROTE THIS CAR OFF AS TOTAL LOSS... I'm trying to assess the risk of ... Read More
I live in PA and my daughter goes to school in Waco TX. So I am trying to buy her a car long distance. Since I am so far away, I am hoping to shoot for someting that will allow me to 'sleep at night!' Unfortunatley, unless you are looking for a Ford or Chevy truck, the pickings are slim in central TX! I am trying to be in the $9000 ... Read More
The cvt has already been proven to hold up, better in fact, than traditional automatics. they've been used in the murano since it came out. as for the sales, the sentra started off slow (more likely because of the 2006 engine problems) but has been posting double digit growth the last couple months. last month it was a 24% increas over may '06. the bueaty (and reliability) of the CVT is ... Read More
I have owned 2 Nissan Sentras, a 1997 and a 2002. Other than routine maintenance, I have 2 minor repairs. And one of those was on a recall. I am planning on buying a new car this fall, but this time it will not be a Sentra. I had planned on buying a Sentra, but I do not want a CVT. Perhaps I am not conversant with this transmission, but I ... Read More
I wonder if Real Time Racing is going to be using the brand new 2007+ Nissan Sentra Spec V for the upcoming year. I know for 2006 they used the B15 jelly bean Sentra Spec V and did pretty well but definately no first place. If I remember correctly, the Acura TSX and Mazda 6 were at the top. I think if Nissan would come out with a two door Sentra ... Read More
Hello fellow Sentra owners, I lease a 2006 Sentra in July 2006 and as of date I have 18,500 miles already. I'm alloted 15,000 a year and I've max that in 5-6 months. I drive 102 miles roundtrips daily to work. I need to get out of this lease and buy a vehicle. My questions are: when should I get out? What are the penalties for opting out within a years ... Read More
Hey Guys, I just found this site--so back in september I bought a 2006 nissan sentra 1.8 S, and I also have that dam noise behind the dash to--I noticed that when it is cold it does not do it,meaning cold weather or first thing in the morning but when it gets hot I can hear it--I use to be a mechanic--more on the older cars and I do not see ... Read More
Come tell us about your mileage: pat, "Nissan Sentra: Real-World MPG" #1, 7 Dec 2006 4:06 am
godot4, I too am having the same issue with a 2006 Nissan Sentra 1.8 special edition. I too notice it after about 20-25 min. of driving and it gets worse or better depending on whether you are turning the steering wheel. What did you ever find out when you took your car in? I am taking mine in on Friday. Also you mentioned that you had a PDF file of the ... Read More
In the small car category, the most reliable vehicles are the new Honda Fit and Toyota Yaris, the Honda Civic Hybrid, and the Toyota Corolla. The Chevrolet Cobalt, with 37 percent more problems than the average, scored the lowest among small cars, followed by the Nissan Sentra (2006), the Volkswagen Jetta (5-cyl.) and the Chevrolet Aveo. Hmmm...
I drove a 2.0S on Saturday, here's my report (with comparison to the other new "compact" this fall, the Elantra): backy, "2007 Hyundai Elantra vs. 2007 Nissan Sentra" #24, 28 Oct 2006 2:01 pm I agree the Sentra is a lot better than the Corolla. Roomier, much nicer looking interior, quieter, better standard safety features, etc. Since the Sentra is all-new, with standard 6 airbags, I think we need to wait ... Read More
Hmmmm, well considering that for 2007, there is NO SE-R or Spec V, then you're talking about the '06 models. No rorr, I'm referring to the 2007 SE-R and SE-R Spec V models. Not 2006. Not 2008. They will be officially released at the end of this month at the LA Auto Show. quote- All-new for 2007, the Nissan Sentra will once again have SE-R high performance models; both SE-R and ... Read More
hawaii007, don't necessarily give up on the power steering idea. After you mentioned it in your recent post I did some research and came across a Nissan Technical Service Bulletin for the 2003-2004 Sentra (TSB #NTB03096) that states: "An applied vehicle has a "HISS" noise from behind the dashboard after the vehicle has been driven for about 15-20 minutes." Furthermore, it tells the technician to listen for the noise while running ... Read More
Hi evguenir. Nissan Motor Acceptance Corp.'s current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2006 Sentra 1.8S with 12,000 miles per year are .00012 and 45%, respectively. The $2,250 customer cash that Nissan is providing on this car is not compatible with this special lease program, but Nissan is providing $1,000 lease cash that is. Make sure to take this $1,000 into account ... Read More
Well Johnny, why would anyone buy any vehicle other than the 2006 Motor Trend Car of the Year? If the Civic is Car of the Year it must be the best. Well, you usually don't win MT Car of the Year for being awful, now do you? :D I'd say that looking at a CotY winner is a smart place to start when shopping for a new car, assuming that the ... Read More
Interesting discussion... if you like watching a lone Sentra defender getting owned en masse. I don't, actually. But honestly, who in their right mind would pick a Sentra over the current gen Civic, aka 2006 Car of the Year? I say this as someone who's actually slightly more interested in getting a Mazda 3 hatch when I spring for a new car next year. Protestations of its fans aside, the Sentra ... Read More
I just recently bought a 2006 Sentra SE-R Spec V. I was waiting for the 2007 to drop but to be honest I'm not impressed with the look and after talking with many Nissan Reps I was told that 2007 is not offering a SE-R or Spec V. I love the one I have but does anyone know why they would do away with it. Also I hear alot of talk ... Read More
. This list spotlights the cars with the lowest residual values for 2006 ó that is, they're likely to depreciate the most during the ownership period. Below, we show the percentage of its original value that each vehicle is likely to retain after five years with an annual mileage of 15,000. These cars aren't as bad a deal as you might think. Many of them are very inexpensive to begin with. ... Read More
What does your post have to do with what stshepard stated in that original post? There were no claims made that the Spec V is high tech. Most folks on these boards are well aware of what the Spec V is- 2.5L engine, enhanced suspension and brakes, 6M. On the note of the new Sentra, which is actually the topic here anyway, it seems that Nissan has finalized HP figures, if ... Read More
NISSAN RECALLS NEARLY 100,000 VEHICLES .... According to Edmund's Inside Line, Nissan has recalled 96,800 2006 Altimas and Sentra SE-Rs because of a risk of engine fire. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said that the 2.5-liter engines in the cars "may experience excessive oil consumption as a result of improper performance of the piston rings," a condition that could lead to an engine fire.NHTSA said if engine oil is not ... Read More
You finally lost me with gas pedal postions 1/4 1/2 3/4 4/4. Wiht a manual you shift gears , with an automatic it shifts gears, with a CVT it changes the ratios. It sounds to me like you need a diesel instead of any ICE car. You can get diesls with stump puller torque and it is at very, very low RPM. Try a VW TDI ! If you want to ... Read More
I'm concerned with acceleration from 50mph to 70mph. Experience tells me that, if the torque-weight ratio is small while the engine is turning at ~2500RPM, the transmission has to downshift for acceleration. A larger engine (>2.5 liter or 6 cylinder) should have enough torque in this range, no matter which car it is. Compare Nissan Maxima with Sentra, the max torques are 255@4400 and 129@2400, and weights are 3447 and 2620. ... Read More
The Accord, yours or mine, has 139lb-ft@4200RPM. The 07 Sentra is claimed to have about 126@2400. (see Nissan webpage about the car, where they say "90% of max torque at 2400RPM".) The key is that a lot of drivers hate to send the engine to 4000+ RPM by downshifting the auto. trans., feeling dragged backward without warning. It takes a stronger engine to be capable to deliver high torque at low ... Read More
I'm interested in hearing from people who own a new 05 or 06 Sentra 1.8S with automatic tranny. How do you like the car? Does the car have adaquete accelleration - especially on freeway on ramps? Is the stereo system high quality? Is the car quiet at freeway cruising speed?
Does Nissan normally have a "L" setting instead of a number like [P R N D 2 1] or could this be indicative of perhaps a CVT? Nissan in its official announcement said the automatic on the 2007 Sentra will be a CVT unit. It will be rated at 29 mpg city, 36 mpg highway--kind of poor compared to the 30 mpg city, 40 mpg highway with the 2006 Honda Civic ... Read More
I just purchased a 2006 Sentra 1.8 S automatic with Special Edition package + floormats. Paid 11,500 that included the $2K cashback. Consumer Reports suggested $11900, so I think I got a good deal. Purchased in Dallas at Urban Nissan. :)
I bought my daughter a brand new 2006 Nissan Sentra on 11/28/05 from Sheehy Nissan in Annapolis, Maryland. Included 1.8 Special Edition Package (Included Audio & Sport Appearance). Automatic trans, Carpeted floor mats and trunk mats, In-cabin microfilter. Vehicle list price was 17,205.00... I got the vehicle on the road for 13,588.60 included 2000.00 rebate. Hope this helps.
Hi Anthony. Even though the 2006 Sentra currently has $2,500 customer cash available on it and the 2006 model has $1,500 on it, these cash incentives are not compatible with these cars' special lease programs. Nissan is currently only providing $750 lease cash on both the 2006 and 2005 Sentra. I would be happy to give you an idea of what this car's lease program is currently like. Most manufacturers' advertised ... Read More
According to the Nissan website, it appears that they will offer a Ltd. Edition Sentra for ')6. It also looks like it'll only be available in automatic, not manual. Too bad it isn't like the '03-'04 LE with the 2.5L from the Altima.
Anyone know if Nissan may provide a Limited Edition model of the Sentra again in 2006?
will debut at the North American International Autoshow in Detroit, January 2006. Thought it relevant to this board. Expect a HUGE leap in room, quality, power/efficiency tradeoff, style. With the Versa recently confirmed, Im thinking Nissan might take some liberties and move this car upward, nixing perhaps, the spartan 1.8 base model? ~alpha
Hi everyone. I plan to buy my first car and after surfing the internet for days making researches, these are the main 2 cars that interest me: Honda Civic and Nissan Sentra. I based these choices on the look of the car through pictures, on the fact that these brands are respected and on the price range. What would you suggest between these 2 cars? Obviously at the end of the ... Read More
Somewhat of a surprise: the next-gen Sentra wont be available until what appears to be calendar year 2006: (taken from www.nissannews.com) "The Nissan Sentra will continue to be Nissanís core entry in the compact passenger car market in North America. It will be re-engineered to meet consumer demands for a stylish, economical and performance-oriented small car. The next generation of the all-new Nissan Sentra will be introduced in 2006." Thats a ... Read More
Noteable: the 2.5S model is dropped. There is a 1.8S package that adds the 16 inch alloys from the SE-R (NON Spec-V), as well as rear spoiler, and a few other things. Cruise control and trip computer now standard on the 1.8S. The 1.8 model gets the upper console compartment and body color door handles that used to be available only on the GXE/1.8S. Getting ABS and Side Airbags on the ... Read More
Has anyone on this board ever mentioned the neat little Honda Jazz/Fit for 2006 or the 2005 Nissan Sentra to be built off the Renault Megane II platform or the Nissan Cube that might come to this country. Im looking forward to them but perhaps they are too far in the future for this board??
tomcat630- "Well, if the new one is coming in spring 2005 it will have to be called a 2005.5 or 2006." Perhaps thats the case, but I dont think its necessarily so. The current Sentra was introduced in February 2000 as a 2000 MY model, not a 2000.5, or a 2001. Indeed, Nissan just released pricing and model year designations for the 2004 Infiniti M45 and Q45 at the end of ... Read More
"The current Sentra was intro-ed in Spring 2000 as a 2000 model, so according to typical Nissan design cycles (5 MYs), the 2004 should be the last, or damned close, and hence, my assumptions above." Well, if the new one is coming in spring 2005 it will have to be called a 2005.5 or 2006. They can't stretch the 2004 MY into 2005. Also, they need Sentra's MPG/CAFE credits for the ... Read More
If it does continue into the 2005 model year, it will likely be a short run, with the new model bowing for the 2006 MY in early calendar 2005(think March/April). The current Sentra was intro-ed in Spring 2000 as a 2000 model, so according to typical Nissan design cycles (5 MYs), the 2004 should be the last, or damned close, and hence, my assumptions above. Hope this helps. ~alpha If you ... Read More
I read that that the Sentra redesign is scheduled for the 2006 model since both Nissan and Renault are sharing key components for their respective models. If the Sentra turns out looking anything like what's in Renaults line up...I think we'd all be very happy. I'm looking at buying a gift for my father-in-law. A 2004 Sentra 1.8 with automatic. Total MSRP is $16,598CAN and $17,466CAN with destination and delivery. Any ... Read More
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