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Date Registered: 11-2015
TOTAL POSTS: 7
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click noise when acelerate


Hello! my name is Danilo, im from Chile and i have a T31, cvt 4wd 2.5 gasoline engine. when I press the accelerator, i hear a click and when left, another. that noise y clear in low speed. I whent to the official center of nissan in chile and they told me that is completly normal. But i never hear that click in another automatic car. About your experience, do you hear that click??
thanks for answer and my english...sorry emoticon
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Date Registered: 11-2016
Location: Brisvegas, Northside
TOTAL POSTS: 12
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Re: click noise when acelerate


I had that exact noise just recently.
You will.hear a clicking sound when accelerating and sometimes when decelerating.
The issue is the CV shaft bolts need retensioning.. I had Nissan do this job for me, but the job itself is quite easy, simply a matter of taking the front wheels off and retensioning them yourself... that is if there is no other issue with the CV shaft.

Hope this helps! emoticon

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2010 TS 6spd Oil burner - Stock everything.. has a cargo barrier! Woohoo!

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