Nissan Altima owners have reported 33 problems related to power window (under the visibility category).
Driver door power window control panel not working to operate front passenger window at all.
See all problems of the 2008 Nissan Altima.
The window regulator failed on a car that was transferred from a non-"hot" state, new york, to a "hot" state, florida. The regulator failed after only two months of hot weather. The regulators where not replaced in initial service campaign which has now expired. Nissan refuses to acknowledge that there was a campaign to replace regulators as it was not a full recall on all cars. This issue does not only affect hot weather states as years of summers in other states can still wear down and damage regulators if this failure was so quick to happen after move.
See all problems of the 2001 Nissan Altima.
The window roll down by themselves, when the car is turned off.
See all problems of the 2010 Nissan Altima.
Engine ping noise from engine at times really loud noise got worse then more problems happened over time at a stop car was accelerating like if was pressing the brake and the gas at the same time,next car would come to a stop then lost power when accelerating the car would not go more than a few mph this happened a few times and once down hill the car would not go in reverse and almost hit a parked car also almost got in an accident because the car would not clear an intersection , I also got video footage of incident ,dealer keeps saying there is nothing wrong and the car is safe even after they saw the video they say the computer shows nothing then a recorder was installed in the car and the car was accelerated by itself the recorder button was pressed and the car was then taken to the dealer the recorder was taken off and the main Nissan company called me and said that the information on the recorder was accidentally erased. I have had many problems with this car since I had it this is my main concern but I have had problems from the windows not rolling down to the airbag light turning on and tail lights not working the dealer is not helping neither Nissan direct and at this point im concerned of my safety and my family's.
The windows to my 2008 Nissan Altima coupe roll down by themselves.
Sun visor - it keeps falling down in my line of vision. (won't stay up at all). On drivers side. Numerous others have had this problem and it costs about $400 to replace! I think it's a manufacturers problem.
See all problems of the 1997 Nissan Altima.
Started approximately 2 years ago. Driver and passenger windows won't go up all the way and if they do then they roll down all by themselves. They go up and down at all times of the day and nite. The car automatically locks itself whether the keys are in the ignition or not. You always need to have two sets of keys because if the window is down and you reach in to unlock it the alarm goes off as if you are trying to break into the car. Door that goes over the gas cap bent during regular use and would not close. Nissan said there were no recalls on this item and just to take it to a dealer and pay to get it fixed. Saw several other Altimas of the same vintage with the same problem.
See all problems of the 2003 Nissan Altima.
We bought a 2004 Nissan Altima, it has power windows, the power window on the driver side automatically goes up (closes) with a hit of a button and does not come down if there is a resistance, this is a safety concern because a child can hit that by accident while looking out, and can cause death, the windows should go down automatically but not up.
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On 11/27/2007, I came home to find both of the front windows of my 2006 Nissan Altima down. The mystery to me is how my windows got rolled down. The alarm on my car was on, the steering column was locked and my lock bar was still on the steering column. Luckily nothing was stolen and my neighbors had taped plastic on my windows to avoid damage if it had rained. Pictures were taken and the police were called. Of course, the mystery still remains as to how the windows were rolled down. No one has a key to my car and each morning/evening, I ensure that the alarm is on. If this is some sort of defect, I would like to know. Is it a way for someone to roll down my electric windows without turning the ignition? is there a way for someone's remote control to operate the windows of my vehicle? my remote control does not control the windows. I will be discussing this incident further with the dealer when I take my vehicle in for it's first oil change (since purchased Dec. 2006 - but has less than 3500 miles).
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The contact owns a 2005 Nissan Altima. The radio and cd player began working intermittently and then stopped working entirely. When the contact took the vehicle to the dealer, she was advised to go to another repair shop. She was informed that the fee to repair the radio and cd player would be free; however, she was charged $185. 44. The contact took the vehicle to Nissan and they were equipped to perform the repair, but the dealer from where the vehicle was purchased, has yet to diagnose the failure. They could only inform her that the failure was internal. The powertrain and failure mileage were unknown. The current mileage was 47,135. Updated 3/5/08
the dealer stated rear window operates really slow, and pillar/roof keeps coming a loose. Updated 03/05/08.
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2004 Nissan Altima. Consumer states vehicle stalled while driving the consumer stated there is still a major problem regarding the recall for the crank angle sensor and the reprogramming of the ecm. The consumer stated the crank sensor had to be replaced for the second time and the check engine light had illuminated on six separate occasions. The radiator was cracked and was leaking coolant. The passenger side mirror was loose, the sun roof had a rattle and the drivers side window would go up, but at times it would come back down on its own. The dealer replaced the regulator motor. Also, the alternator was replaced.
Rear right (passenger side) power window will not operate. This specific window has been opened and closed little to none.
2003 Nissan Altima recall on the engine customer states that the car is not safe and Nissan has not fixed the problem** the dealer stated the driver side window was inoperable, the window regulator was replaced.
Within days, three of the four power window controllers have failed--leaving widows rolled down and unable to roll up.
Window on driver's side is failing to go up once it goes down. Have to work the switch number of time to get the window back up. Have had to leave the window down at times until I tried to get it to come up later. Nothing have been done at present to correct the problem.
See all problems of the 2000 Nissan Altima.
Faulty driver side and passenger side power windows. When the car is locked, approximately 5 minutes later, the headlights blink once and the driver side and passenger side window automatically roll all the way down.
I own a 2006 Nissan Altima with 28 k miles control buttons for driver side window not operating properly. Reported to Nissan dealership after months of having to hold down manually control up and down operations of window. Nissan dealership asked who had performed previous work on windows and I told them no one advised dealership to check window for possible # to verify truth on our behalf. Dealership refused to fix the problem without me paying the cost of $ 100. 00 says some how or another window unadjusted itself and now needs to be readjusted. Advised dealer I was not going to pay for a defective window. Window will roll itself down must hold firmly the control button in order to secure safety of vehicle.
The contact owns a 2006 Nissan Altima. The contact stated that the power windows have an automatic feature, which allowed them to move up and down when the button was pressed. He stated that there was no safety feature installed to prevent the windows from moving up if something was in the way. The dealer stated that the feature was standard equipment and did not make any repairs. The VIN was unknown. The failure mileage was 40 and current mileage was 30,000.
The power window would not operate. Unable to open or close the driver's side window. Dealer was notified. The dealer informed the consumer that part was not covered under a recall. . . . . . . . .
I purchased my used 2001 Nissan Altima on 12/07/2004, on 01/09/2005 while driving I went to let my window down on the drivers side and it would not go down. My wife also, has a 1999 Nissan Altima that the window on the drivers side stop working and we have a friend with an Altima and her windows stop working too. I notice there are several complaints about the same problem and the dealerships are aware of the problem but there is no recall. I do not understand this. All I know is I had my car for 1 month and my window does not work now. How crazy is that?.
Back rear window regulators not functioning.
Window would only go up and down sporodically. Window regulators have failed. I do not have use of two of the four windows. I bought the car to the dealership and they have acknowledge a problem with the window regultors. According to Nissan there is an active campaign (not a recall) on this vechicle for this problem. How can a company acknowledge a defect, not inform it's customers, not repair the problem, and risk liability from this problem? I am very concerned with this problem as I have two small children who must be driven in this car.
Rear passenger side window exploded outwards while the vehicle was parked in a parking space. The sun roof opened. Weather temperature was cool when this occurred. The vehicle is scheduled to be taken to the dealership.
See all problems of the 2002 Nissan Altima.
Electric door window switch went out had to replace it myself cant keep car alligned wears out tires quick it has 63000 miles on it &has had 5sets of tires put on all the way around.
The regulator in the window has went out. I contacted my dealer and he said that was very common in my type of vehicle and he is suprised that it hasn't already been recalled. I would like to know if other complaints have been filed concerning the driver side window motor/regulator.
Driver's power window switch failed. I have spoken to at least 3 dozen other Nissan Altima owners who have all reported this exact same problem (I posted a message to an internet message board).
I own a 2001 Nissan Altima. During the past year, both window units controlling the up and down of the front windows have failed. My dealer informs me that this is a very common problem in Nissan Altima, but there has been no factory recall notice sent to owners.
Starting from 10 months to the present, which is 14 months after purchase, both front and one rear window regulator assemblies have failed. The first two only weeks apart. I now , of course assume that the final window componnent will fail as well. Replacement of the four regulator assemblies will cost me $900.
While driving the driver/passenger side window stuck in the down position at different times. Consumer took vehicle to the dealership, and they replaced the cable. Consumer feels that this is unsafe because if vehicle is in an accident the driver can be trapped. Please provide more details. Ts.
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See all problems of the 1999 Nissan Altima.
Exhaust fumes come in through car during all settings of heat, recylcled air, defroster. Smells like rotten eggs, sewage, exhaust, gas. Have been to dealer twice and talked to Nissan and bbb auto line without satisfactory resolution. I have used a higher octane gas as the dealer recommended and it doesn't help. Service manager said Nissan knows there's a problem but doesn't know how to fix it. Nissan denies there is a problem.
Security remote control failed. Yh.
See all problems of the 1998 Nissan Altima.
Visited dealer on numerous occasions and didn't get any help. Told me that's the way it is.