1992 Nissan Maxima Consumer Review: Fuel Injectors and Transmissio

1992 Nissan Maxima - Consumer Review

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Fuel Injectors and Transmission
By V8 Power on


1992 Nissan Maxima GXE 4dr Sedan


This car has been with our family since new. However this car has had no problems with power, there is always reserve avail. Only problems were Fuel Inj.(Replace all 6 at once and 2 were bad), Transmission died at 134K mi(Replaced with a rebuilt one), all 4 power window reg. went bad, the tape player(Replaced with aftermarket)bit the dust, alternator, hood struts, the hot/cold temperature adjuster(Replace the entire unit from Dealer Part), Power Locks only work when it wants to, Power Antenna, Rear Trunk Key latch, the AC blows cold and never serviced. Curr. at 183K

Best Features

V8 Power, smooth ride, solid well built, ahead of its time. All quality materials used in interior. V6 is well made. Heated Side mirrors. AC blows ice cold with Highly Durable Parts, never serviced in 17 years. Every part was made above average. Considerable Eng. went into making car rattle free.

Worst Features

No improvements needed the car was ahead of it's time. I am still discovering nice little touches in the car that went with the engineering. This car was made right the first time unlike Detroit.
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