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Date Registered: 01-2010
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The only shutdown was in first gear only so I think its the engine management slowing the motor from a constant high rev.

Also was the ESP on or off? Did the wheels spin before the shutdown?

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Date Registered: 11-2010
TOTAL POSTS: 29
Re: No Power


Yes, I only actually lost power once out ofthe 5 ascents, and that's when I had manually selected 1st gear at the bottom of the hill.

I've never touched the ESP - to my knowledge its always on.

I didn't recall the wheels spinning. Just before it lost power, there is a large tree in the centre of the road (a passing area for cars going/up down driveway), and I eased off the accelerator to go around the tree, and it was when I re-accelerated that I lost the power.

As previously indicated, I was only doing 10kph-20kph (very max) at the time.

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Date Registered: 02-2008
Location: Brisbane, Qld
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Re: No Power


I have finally taken my exy in to local dealer / service department to have the "power loss" issue addressed.

First response is that the coil box wires (above the spark plugs) were loose and that the techies would fix those (and charge me too for doing so!). I told the lady that this should certainly be a warranty issue and that I should not have to pay. She came back with the good news that indeed, I won't have to pay. I'm just hoping that this will solve the power loss situation. Unfortunately, we cannot "test" the car to see if the power loss occurs ..... it hasn't been that predictable in occurrence.

Nissan will also be doing the 60,000 km service and have informed me that the fuel injection needs to be cleaned and that the brakes are due to be replaced (I will get the brakes done through my personal mechanic).

Won't be able to pick up the car until tomorrow morning and I won't be take it for a test drive until the weekend, but will report back here with the outcome.


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Date Registered: 06-2008
Location: Blue Mountains, NSW
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Stephen, check the brakes yourself.
Nissan told me that I only had 5000kms left on the rear pads, only to find that when I got home and had a look, had 5mm of pad left on all of 4 on the rear.


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Date Registered: 07-2008
Location: Brisvegas, Australia
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Re: No Power


Bring your car to my place Steve, and we can do em ourselves. The fuel injection clean (on a petrol) will be dumping some Wynns Spitfire in the tank, pretty easy to do it yourself as well.

I dont think the power loss, evident on Bribie, was the ignition coils, more like an intermittent sensor or loose connection. Hopefully I am wrong
Sounds like they are fishing

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Date Registered: 02-2008
Location: Brisbane, Qld
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Re: No Power


Dropped our exy down to Nissan at Wynnum on Wednesday morning. I told the service manager (Owen) that he could have the car for a couple of days as I wanted them to experience the loss of power scenario themselves.

Owen took the exy out directly after we dropped her off, but didn't have any concerns (of course not emoticon ). He then brought it back to the shop and put it onto their analysis machine. An error code (PO725 - Engine Speed) registered. Owen tells me that he cleared the error code and then took the car out for another spin. There are a couple of very steep streets in Wynnum North, which Owen negotiated quite a few times, but alas, no power-loss issues.

Latest news is that the car was idling quite low (650 - 700) and that has now been increased to 800.

Service manager is getting someone to come in today (a specialist?) to have a look at it. Hopefully we'll have some answers soon emoticon

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Date Registered: 02-2008
Location: Brisbane, Qld
TOTAL POSTS: 973
Re: No Power


Finally, some correspondence back from Nissan Australia .....

Received a call today from Nissan Wynnum mechanic. He has been told by NA that they need to completely drain and change the oil in the transmission.

Have booked the exy in for this to be done next Tuesday. Will keep you all informed as soon as the oil has been replaced and some more tests completed.

Until then ......


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Date Registered: 06-2008
Location: Blue Mountains, NSW
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Strange, what does the oil in the tranny have to do with no power.

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Date Registered: 05-2010
Location: Adelaide
TOTAL POSTS: 599
Re: No Power


I wouldn't ague with a free CVT oil change - it's an expensive very special oil that needs to be in good condition for the CVT belt to grip the pullies in the CVT (it turns "rubbery" under pressure if not degraded). The ECM and TCM detect any slip and system goes to "fail-safe" mode ie engine almost dies.

A free oil change also means you don't need it replaced so soon so you'll save lots of $s when it should be due (put off CVT oil change for 60,000kms).

I think scheduled oil change is around 120,000kms.

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Date Registered: 02-2004
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Hi Guys,

I have also experienced the "power loss and hesitation" problem last week after reversing down a very steep driveway and switching the car off to off-load stuff from the back of the car. Got into the car and left it in D and 2WD mode as normal and started driving up the driveway. The car barely made it up and it gave me the fleeing that it was stuck in higher gear as the car kept shaking a bit while climbing up the driveway. As soon as I reached the top section of the road, everything was fine again as I drove off.

Trying to find another steep driveway somewhere closer to home to try and replicate this.

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