O2 Sensor problems of the 2000 Nissan Maxima
Nine problems associated with o2 sensor have been reported for the 2000 Nissan Maxima.
O2 Sensor problem #1
The car was a 2000 Nissan Maxima. Jan. 2004 - PA inspection w/o incident Feb. 2004 - check engine light comes on - $700. 00 for ecm problem, front brakes, brake fluid flush, rear brake adjustment Apr 2004 - check engine light comes on again - need to change ignition coils - all 6 as dealer said they could not determine which coil is defective + replace the oxygen sensor. This o2 sensor issue occurred Saturday, April 15, 2000.. Read more...
O2 Sensor problem #2
I have a 2000 Nissan Maxima that I have spend almost $1000 to have repaired recently. The check engine light came on about a month ago and it was flashing. Took it in and one of the ignition coils was bad, throttle body needed repair, rail system needed repair, spark plugs replaced also. The car only has 44,000 miles on it and is pretty well maintained. It ended up costing me $500 for those repairs. This past weekend the check engine light came on again and I took it to Nissan this morning. This time it is the 02 sensor - something to do with the oxygen intake. Not really sure what this is but is costing me another $300!! I was told that if I did not get this fixed that I would ruin the new spark plugs and would use more gas that necessary. The dealer told me this morning that it is very unusual to see these types of problems so soon. Nissan needs to get their act together!! I really like my Maxima and even considered getting the new one - which look nice. But not anymore. This o2 sensor problem happened on Mon., Dec. 20, 2004.
O2 Sensor problem #3
The vehicle having this issue was a 2000 Nissan Maxima. The VIN of this vehicle is JN1CA31DXY_. My Nissan 2000 has similar problems which others have,ignition coils and oxygen sensor. My car has only 48000 miles on it. All six coil has been replaced by Nissan dealer and it cost me $500. Manufacturer transmission warranty does not cover even though it is part of transmission. Nissan should recall this problem and reimburse consumer money. It was Monday, May. 10, 2004 when this o2 sensor issue occurred.
O2 Sensor problem #4
The vehicle identification number (VIN) is JN1CA31DXY_. Service engine light 2000 Nissan Maxima about 80k miles. In the last two months I have had my car in the shop 4 different times for my service engine light. My independent service station tried what they could, before finely replacing an oxygen sensor. This kept the service engine light off for the better part of two weeks. But it's back and this time the computer code is registering a faulty aacv valve. My mechanic says that this is a fairly common occurrence with these engines and that Nissan might help foot the cost of repairs considering that the seal inside the assembly is the known culprit. My mechanic could make the repairs himself but then the car would need to be towed to Nissan since the security codes would need to be reset and only Nissan can do that. I called my local Nissan dealership (where I purchased the car) and was told that since I had used an independent rather than their service center for repairs, the best I might get would be a hand shake. Is what my mechanic said correct? is this is fairly common problem? and, if so, how do I get Nissan to accept responsibility in as much as they used faulty materials in the manufacture of the aacv valve?. The failure date was Mar. 28, 2005.
O2 Sensor problem #5
The vehicle was a 2000 Nissan Maxima. The VIN of this Maxima is JN1CA31D6Y_. Service check light came on 8/19/02 @ 53,532 miles and found O2 sensor was bad and replaced. $188. 00 to repair. Service check light and tcs/slip light came on 10/24/03 @ 74,000 miles and found ignition coils failing intermittently. Replaced ignition coils and spark plugs to prevent ignition coils from failing. $707. 00 to repair service check light came on 4/13/05 @ 95,000 miles and found air mass controller failing. Replaced air mass controller. $421. 00 to repair service check light and tcs/slip light came on 715/05 @ 97,980 miles and found ignition coils failing intermittently and possible electrical harness failure. The failure has not been isolated and repairs have not been as of 7/22/05. Requesting old parts for current failure . It was Friday, Jul. 15, 2005 when this o2 sensor issue happened.
O2 Sensor problem #6
The vehicle is a 2000 Nissan Maxima. VIN of the vehicle was JN1CA31D6Y_. At 57,000 miles a code was pulled from ecup0740 diag. Poss electrical problem (unknown) could not find problem, $152 fee. Returned vehicle several times for engine rpm rev. Vehicle wants to move when at a complete stop. Reset and reprogrammed computer (ecu). I wore breaks out several times, and the e-brake. ($1,000) finally the intermittent problem was found repaired (2) O2 sensors $610. 00. Same problem occurs 2 months later. Found bad ecu, core return iacv-aac valve. ($914. 00). Again 3 months later vehicle performing the same way, found and replaced another sensor OH this one was under warranty per Nissan. At this time the vehicle is performing the same way and needs to go back to the dealer for more repairs. I spoke to the service manager at hart Nissan, and he recommends that when you replace one sensor all six should be replaced. I know two people who own the 2000 Maxima and they also had their sensors repaired. I have been a Nissan owner for about 10 years and owned six vehicles myself/wife. I am in the market for another vehicle and I will never purchase other Nissan ever again. This sensor problem needs to be addressed by Nissan. Don't bother calling Nissan customer service because, a-they won't get back to you right away, b-they won't do anything for you besides say your vehicle is out of warranty and what do you want use to do you have 50,000-90,000 miles on your vehicle, things do go wrong. Call the federal trade commission and loge a complaint, call your state m/v department dealers and repairs and have them investigate this sensor problem, and contact your states attorney office. (Nissan is making hundreds of thousands of dollars of this sensor problem that should be a recall). This issue happened on Wed., Nov. 30, 2005.
O2 Sensor problem #7
The vehicle involved was a 2000 Nissan Maxima. The VIN of the car is JN1CA31AXY_. : the contact stated the check engine light illuminated. The vehicle was taken to the local dealership for inspection. The check engine light was reset by the dealership, however it illuminated again. Upon further inspection, the dealership personnel discovered the oxygen sensor and the coil pack needed to be replaced. Updated 02/07/06. It was Monday, Jan. 23, 2006 when this o2 sensor issue happened.
O2 Sensor problem #8
The vehicle involved is a 2000 Nissan Maxima. Ignition coil failure on well maintained 2000 Maxima created dangerous driving situation, car would "stall" pressing accelerator accomplished nothing as if vehicle were "starving" for fuel; advised to have all 6 coils replaced (mechanic believes these had already been replaced once before - car was purchased used w/ 25,000 miles) current repair nearly $1000, also additional cost to replace oxygen sensor and fuel regulator; based on number of similar complaints, this should be of concern to Nissan and should warrant a recall or at the least, some assistance with cost; wondering if "class action" type lawsuit advisable to gain Nissan's attention. The failure date was May. 1, 2006.
O2 Sensor problem #9
The vehicle having this issue was a 2000 Nissan Maxima. The VIN of the problem Maxima is JN1CA31A6Y_. Misfiring stalling. Check eng lt came on required all new coils at 45,000 miles. Then oxygen sensor, dealer said" you don't come here for oil changes so you are not a loyal customer" and charged over $1,100 no help at all considering how many people have been affected. This is our second and last Nissan. This problem occurred on May 3, 2007.
Other Electrical System related problems of the 2000 Nissan Maxima:
|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Ignition Coils Failure problems||97|
|Ignition Module problems||25|
|O2 Sensor problems||9|
|Electrical System problems||7|
|Mass Air Flow Sensor problems||2|
|Underhood Wiring problems||2|
|Car Will Not Start problems||1|
|Fuses And Circuit Breaker problems||1|
|Ignition Switch problems||1|