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2008 Nissan Sentra Electrical Problems

80 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2008 Nissan Sentra. 11 of these members (13.8%) have reported electrical repairs for their car. A total of 16 electrical repairs to 2008 Nissan Sentras--an average of 0.2 per vehicle--have been reported.

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Percentage of 2008 Nissan Sentra repairs by problem area

Chart based on 74 repairs.
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2008 Nissan Sentra 4dr Sedan

140-horsepower 2.0L I4 CVT FWD

65000 mi US $50 left front head light replaced 
124000   alternator replaced 
61000 US $50 A/C clutch quit working, Dealer stated bad compressor the car was fixed under warranty with a $50.00 deductible. 
37500 C $492 third brake light bulb, took 10 minutes. license light issue - no light electrical issue. Labor to diagnose the problem with license light at $85 per hour so it has not been fixed. 
71000 US $460 Tire pressure sensor fail. 
36000   The doors wont open with the beeper they have to be manually opened with the key or by hand. 
36500   Automatic trunk actuator switch was inoperative. Dealer replaced part and installed. Under warranty repair. 
1100   Two rattles, one in the driver side airbag above the seatbelt, the other behind the passenger side speaker. Awaiting replacement rear seatbelts that are supposedly causing the driver side issue. They are still trying to determine the passenger side issue. 
11000   Condenser cracked and leaked all the coolant. Replaced condenser and recharged system. When finished the window auto up feature didn't work and I had to take it back for another day to get them to re-flash the computer. 
13000   Replaced motor for driver side window. Had them look at two tires that were worn to wear bars in only 13k miles. 
6000   Tire inflation monitor warning light came on. Tire pressures were brought up to recommended amount. Light remained on. Dealer said it would re-set itself and did... but after a few hundred miles of driving. 
  When turning on the air conditioning, the air temp never got cold. 
2000   Air conditioning would not cool. 
2000   No air conditioning problem returned. Found to be a faulty compressor. Compressor replaced. 
  Speed-sensitive audio volume does-not work, replaced radio..still does not work mechanic said sorry! "Thats the way it is"! Thanks for going the extra mile.Out of alignment & Tires out of balance. 

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