73 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2010 Nissan Maxima. 11 of these members (15.1%) have reported electrical repairs for their car. A total of 18 electrical repairs to 2010 Nissan Maximas--an average of 0.2 per vehicle--have been reported.
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2010 Nissan Maxima 4dr Sedan
290-horsepower 3.5L V6 6-speed shiftable CVT FWD
|13300 mi||Drivers side seat heat controls shut off after about 1-10 minutes|
|14700||Seat heater was not working.. Replaced Seat.|
|21000||Drivers seat heater. Second repair for same malfunction.|
|32000||Alternator could not keep system up to voltage when all sytems running. This allowed the battery to drain when on ACC after 15 minutes, and the car would not restart due to battery not having enough voltage.|
|35000||air bag sensor was defective on right side airbag. fixed in 4 hours.|
|8000||Heated seat switch was ordered, due to the light being intermittent. Never installed.|
|18000||TPMS light came on, found screw in tire. Brought to dealership, was told screw didn't puncture tire, no leak found. Found dead TPMS sensor in different tire, which is why the light came on. Replaced sensor, problem cleared.|
|31000||Replaced window regulator that was ordered during previous trip.|
|16000||Steering wheel motor/presets were not returning to predetermined settings. Dealer could not find any electrical problems and said they would need the car longer to determine the issue. This issue occurs over the course of a week, though.|
|18000||Had to reset TPMS after replacing battery.|
|13000||The battery discharged for some unexplained reason. This is the second time this has happened. Had the battery jumped by AAA, and took it to dealer. Dealer could not find anything wrong.|
|15000||Replaced seat cushion heater on passenger side as not heating evenly. Some improvement, but neither heater (driver or passenger) warms up properly in very cold conditions.|