135 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2009 Nissan Altima. 17 of these members
(12.6%) have reported electrical repairs for their car.
A total of 36 electrical repairs to 2009 Nissan Altimas--an average of 0.3 per
vehicle--have been reported.
The steering column lock malfunction causing the lock not to release for the transmitter to start the car
Unit in console used to charge phones etc, did not work for any device. I took it in for maintenance and told them the problem. When I picked up the car the said it worked. I have tried it with different devices, it does not work. accessory charging sytem in console between the seats was not working. Small piece of plastic from factory was found blocking the charge. Removed and repaired.
low tire pressure warning light indicated system needed to be replaced by dealer.
Battery would no longer hold charge, replaced with Duralast from Autozone.
switch to detect if tail lights are on did not work all the time so the car would not start. The switch was replaced.
radio and time light would not come on.
starter cable harness replacement
car would not start or turn over, a recall for engine electrical problem related to remote key fob.
tire pressure monitoring system, replaced 2 tpms plugs on front tires
Seat sensor, iKey sensor, other electrical harness leading to electronic sensor
Passenger seat sensor
TPMS sensor engaged - reengaged after computer reset, tire psi all normal
No Key light on dash. Vehicle not recognizing the smart key. Dealer reset codes B2190 and B2191. The service advisor suggested not putting the smart key into the port on the dash. It could be a bad contact in the dash port?
No key displayed on dash when smart key is inserted in port