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Date Registered: 07-2006
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Newbie from Melbourne wiht a xtrail prob


Hello,

My name Is Jemil, I have a nissan xtrail 2003 ti-l

very happy with the car and performance.

if any other melbournites want to go for a bit of bush bashing or cruises to gor please let me know.

I was wondering if you can help me.

Yesterday moring, I went to start up my xtrail 2003 ti-l and it wouldnt
start. I called the racv and they told me it was flooded. it happened a
few months back where the car just stalled on me when going down a hill
(normal road, car was 3/4 full of petrol)

Ive taken it to nissan and they tell me nothing is wrong. Has this ever
happened to u?

Please note the only mod on the car is a k&n panel airfilter which was
fitted last week.

thanks for yuor help
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Date Registered: 08-2005
Location: Sydney
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Re: Newbie from Melbourne wiht a xtrail prob


Hi Jemil, welcome!

I have had a flooding problem with my Series II Ti but only once and that was after I started the engine, left it on idle for a while then turned it off. Next time I tried to start it I had a lot of trouble.

But if yours stalled while on the move then it sounds more serious. What brand and type of fuel do you use?

* You might be better off starting a new thread in the Q&A section for this, rather than in the intro's section.



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Date Registered: 02-2004
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Re: Newbie from Melbourne wiht a xtrail prob


Hi Jemil,

Welcome to the forum.

Can you please let us know if you have a Series I or II?

Are you up to date with the recall services? The problem you're describing sounds very similar to the symptoms described in the first xtrail recall of crank position sensors. (details of the recall are HERE)

Check your VIN against the effect VIN Range on the Nissan site.

The K&N has nothing to do with this.

As a new member I encourage you to familiarize yourself with the following section of the forum: Newbie Forum Guides

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Re: Newbie from Melbourne wiht a xtrail prob


thanks for the info

its a series 1 and its had all the recalls.

anyway it is booked in for nissan for check up, hopefully they dont say anything about the airfilter vioding warranty or anything like that...

besides that the xtrail is a gun of a car and would hightl recommend it to every1!
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Date Registered: 02-2004
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quote:

cemil wrote:

anyway it is booked in for nissan for check up, hopefully they dont say anything about the airfilter vioding warranty or anything like that...



The filter is not a warranty voiding item, but you can put the factory filter back if it is of a concern to you when you take it to the dealer.

I have done all my services with the K&N fitted and the dealer always reduced the price of the service cause they didn't need to check and/or replace the air filter.



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