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Date Registered: 02-2004
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It doesn't really matter what colour the recall stickers are, but dealers are required to either put the sticker on or give you a recall service invoice confirming the recall service has been done.

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Date Registered: 09-2009
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jalalski wrote:

It doesn't really matter what colour the recall stickers are, but dealers are required to either put the sticker on or give you a recall service invoice confirming the recall service has been done.



I got the service invoice confirming the recall has been done but no sticker. Thanks Jalaski



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Date Registered: 02-2008
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I have received both the invoice and stickers emoticon

Regards Scot

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Date Registered: 10-2008
Location: Perth, WA
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Howdy guys,

Had those 2 recall service done including steering recall after which i had a squeaking sound when i was steering. So i brought the car back again and i got a call from them just now and they told me it was fixed and it was to do with rubber steering boot being dry so they lubricated it and it's all good - i wonder how come i didn't have it before and i'm not quite sure about the details of the steering recall issue but as far as i'm aware it was to do with changing the screw of some sort so not sure why it affected the boot - but well they fixed it and it was free of charge but just curious and wanted to let you people know in case if anybody experienced the same.

Cheers,
Serge.

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Date Registered: 06-2008
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Serge
I have the same thing, sounds like the tyres are always squeeking on shiny concrete.
I too will take it back, maybe Friday.
Glad I'm not the only one.

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It turns out that my squeak is not steering related, instead its suspension.
The front spring and the rubber gasket underneath it,is rubbing on the strut causing the squeak.
Taking it back to Pedders tomorrow to get it looked at.

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Went to Pedders and they found nothing wrong with the suspension but they found that the boot in the input shaft to the steering box was rubbing. Sane as what Serge had described.

The boot bulges enormously with the new clip underneath it, I hope it doesn't wear through eventualy.

Went staright down to Gestapo HQ and told them about and they wanted to book it in for next week, I said no, and they said they will have a look at it.
They said that the boot was rubbing above the input shaft and they lubed it up. So far so good and they said if it played up again to bring it back.

The mechanic I spoke to was the most pleasant experience I have had with NMG as he seemed to actually care about the problem.

If anyone wants to do the squeak test, just start your car on the tarmac and while in nuetral turn the steering wheel from left to right without letting go of it and listen for it, it sounds like the steering wheel is rubbing on the dash.

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Date Registered: 10-2008
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Sounds good Tony and yeah that's the same way i was testing it for the squeak emoticon. Give it a few turns, first couple of turns might not do it but then it was kicking in for me - since the guys at Nissan lubricated it everything is great.

Cheers,
Serge.

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Date Registered: 02-2009
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Took me three goes to get this recall done.
Attempt 1: Dealer did not take the VIN and Nissan would not send them the parts
Attempt 2: Dealer took the VIN but another dealer had already used MY VIN to do someone elses X emoticon Can't say I was happy.
Attempt 3: Took a bit of convincing (4 days back and forth between the dealer and Nissan)of Nissan for the dealer to get the parts as according to them my X was already done! But....she's now had the steering recall completed.

Cheers

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Attempt 1: Dealer did not take the VIN and Nissan would not send them the parts
Attempt 2: Dealer took the VIN but another dealer had already used MY VIN to do someone elses X emoticon Can't say I was happy.
Attempt 3: Took a bit of convincing (4 days back and forth between the dealer and Nissan)of Nissan for the dealer to get the parts as according to them my X was already done!



Bugger that a lot of mucking around and very annoying to say the least emoticon

Glad you have it sorted Pete emoticon

Regards Scot

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