Nissan Murano owners have reported 111 problems related to electrical system (under the electrical system category).
Tl-the contact 2003 Nissan Murano. The contact stated that while driving at 35 mph, the vehicle felt like it was going to stalled. The slip, the service engine, dcv off lights illuminated. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic where it was diagnosed that the cam sensor bank one sensor needed to be replaced. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. The failure mileage was 100,008. Aw.
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The contact owns a 2005 Nissan Murano. The contact stated while driving approximately 55 mph, the brake and battery warning lights illuminated and the vehicle stalled. The vehicle was towed to an independent mechanic where it was diagnosed that the battery needed to be replaced. The vehicle was repaired but the failure recurred. The contact was made aware of NHTSA campaign number: 05v319000 (electrical system), but the VIN was not included. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 190,000.
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My driver side rear door began malfunctioning when using the remote and button door lock controls. All doors would lock but the driver side rear door would remain unlocked. The same was true when unlocking all doors with remote or buttons. All doors would unlock accept the driver side rear door. The issue has now progressed to other doors in the car with increasing frequency including the rear hatch not opening at all and I have not manual button to flip to allow the hatch to open.
The driver side door will not lock manually or with the remote. The passenger side door on the driver side does not lock 75% of the times.
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Passenger door locked shut. Cannot open from the outside or the inside. Pregnant passenger had to climb over center counsel to get out of the vehicle. Once I googled the issue, the 2008-2009 Nissan rogue & Muranos have this issue, a service order was created for the rogue, but not the Murano.
The contact owns a 2009 Nissan Murano. While driving at unknown speeds, the rear seat warmers were activated. As a result, a hole was burned through the seats and all the warning lights illuminated. The contact stated that a three year old child was seated in a safety seat at the time of the failure, but there were no injuries reported. A police and a fire report were not filed. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 51,000.
We purchased a new Nissan 2014 Murano. When we picked up the vehicle, the rear view camera was distorted and fuzzy. We were told to adjust the settings after we got the new car. We were unable to do that so we took it back to the dealership where we purchased the car (autobarn Nissan evanston) and it was also unable to fix the problem. I contacted Nissan and was told all 2014 Nissan Murano's had the same camera and all worked the same way and Nissan did not intend to fix the problem. We have been to two dealerships which both acknowledged the installed camera is not functioning properly. This creates a hazard because it is difficult to see what is behind the car when backing up due to the distortion. This is a known Nissan defect but it cannot figure out how to fix its defect. We have been trying to get this repaired since the date we purchased it in December with about 100 miles on the vehicle.
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Car loses its electric power. . . Shuts down in the middle of driving. The seat belts in the back do not work. The driver and passenger seats shift.
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The door locks work intermittently. I thought the doors were locked and when I come back they are unlocked. I checked it a few times and the lock moves only half-way leaving the door(s) unlocked intermittently. It looks like it's a voltage/electric problem since it's intermittent. I had all the fusses checked at the Nissan dealership and it didn't fix the problem. I'm seeing complaints all over the web regarding this problem with actuators in Nissan vehicles.
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I had a check engine light and an airbag light appear on my dash. While driving on the beltway the abs light came on and my car slowed down and wouldn't tee pond to the gas pedal. After about 2 minutes it kicked back in so I took it to get a diagnostic from a Nissan dealer the next morning. They told me everything was fine according to the computer there were a lot of codes that popped up but they told me they weren't happening anymore. I asked of they checked all of the wires they told me yes. So I took my vehicle and later that night while driving back from lunch break the abs light came on again and the Murano slowed down as before only this time it cut completely off. It only held a jump for about 5 blocks before it cut off again. I had it towed back to the dealer the next morning and they told me they can't check anything unless I purchase a new battery so I bought a new battery and they put it in and told me everything was fine again it just needed a new battery. They told me everything was reading fine but in my opinion that was because it was feeding off the juice of a new battery. About 2 hours after leaving the dealer the same thing happen again with a new battery while I was driving. The abs light came on the car slowed down this time the meters went crazy then it cut off. Only by the grace of god that no one was injured with my car cutting off while I'm driving. I called the dealer and they were not willing to do anything different and they told me my VIN number is not under a recall. I called Nissan consumer affairs after a week of waiting and unreturned calls I finally talked to a regional manager from tennessee by the name of cleo only because I got transferred to him and all he told me was Nissan will not help you out financially. He didn't discuss the issue or offer solutions and showed no concern for safety only money even though I never asked for it.
Tl- the contact owns a 2011 Nissan Murano. The contact that the rear window on the vehicle leaked. The leak in the window ran down into the trunk and ruin several components. The trunk open without warning and the convertible roof would open and close on its on. The vehicle was taken to the dealer and the dealer was unable to find the leak. The dealer did informed that contact that this is a known issue and that the manufacturer was aware. The VIN was not available. The current mileage was 54000. Rl.
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The contact owns a 2014 Nissan Murano. While driving approximately 65 mph, the back up camera warning indicator illuminated. In addition, the "lane departure" and "moving object" indicators flashed continuously. The vehicle was taken to the dealer for diagnostic testing, but was not repaired. The manufacturer was notified. The VIN was unavailable. The approximate failure mileage was 1,400.
Trunk hatch is locked and will not open. Doors do not always lock when lock button is pushed.
I have noticed on numerous occasions this summer, a crackling sound in lower portion of the front windshield. I actually remember hearing it last summer but it is now more audible. The warm weather must be a factor. I have also experienced problems with my keyless fob, it does not always work and my ignition an rear lift gate sometimes will operate even when the fob is within 3 feet. This has occurred several times over the past 2 months. I took it to Nissan and they could not find the problem. I purchased the car brand new in Aug. 2011. No accidents.
My vehicle hatch back will not open unless I use the emergency lock which is located inside the vehicle. This concerns me because if there was an emergency where I would need to open the rear hatch from the outside I wouldnt be able to.
Tl- the contact owns a 2003 Nissan Murano. The contact indicated that the charger warning and brake warning lamps illuminated. The contact mentioned that the battery would be completely drained intermittently. In addition, the contact stated that the engine went into a fail safe mode, preventing the vehicle from accelerating. The vehicle was taken to an independent repair shop. The technician advised the contact to take the vehicle to the dealer for inspection, diagnosis and repair. The contact was not included in recall NHTSA campaign id number: 05v319000 (electrical system). The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 159,000. Pam.
Tl-the contact owns a 2005 Nissan Murano. The contact stated while coming to a stop, the brake pedal was depressed repeatedly however, the vehicle increased speed. The vehicle failed to slow down and crashed into a nearby brick building. The front seat passenger suffered from injuries to both knees and chest. A police report was filed of the incident. The vehicle was towed to an independent mechanic with severe front end damages. There was also damage to the brick building. The vehicle was currently being repaired. Prior to the crash the front driver's and passenger's side windows and four power door locks opened independently while parked. The manufacturer was not notified of the problem. The approximate failure mileage was 76,000. Js.
The issue with my Nissan Murano is the lock actuator beginning to go out. It started in may when the key fod began not working. We started having to unlock the vehicle with the key and then unlock the other doors with the button on the door. This was fine until the lock on the door began to fail. It works occasionally but not all the time. This is my wife's car and we have one child and another on the way, and she will be using this vehicle to transport two kids while I'm at work. It's a safety issue because during inclement weather my wife can't put our baby on the ground to unlock all the doors after the actuator completely fails. Not only for that reason is it a safety hazard but just because a fire hasn't occurred yet because of this electrical issue doesn't mean that one will not happen. As a father this is something I have to be concerned with.
Exhaust manifold is cracked. Exhaust gases leak in through vent when ac is on and air is coming from outside. Extreme health hazard! up to two engine mounts are broken. Oil leaks from boot. Drivers seat bracket is broken. Electrical on the drivers seat fried.
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The intelligent key system and the key fob do not unlock the doors consistently. They do not unlock the driver or front passenger doors at all, and from time to time will unlock the rear doors. We have been experiencing this for over a year.
I was driving my Nissan Murano going 45mph when suddenly the engine light flashed, the air went out, and the car shut off. I was pressing the gas but it wouldn't do anything and it suddenly shut off. I've been to several shops that can't find a problem so they told me about the recall on the 2003 Nissan Murano. They think it's maybe electrical or engine cooling.
While driving at around 30 miles per hour a loud noise coming from under the dashboard gps screen was very noticeable and at the same time the screen went black for about 45 seconds then it came up alive again.
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Warning air bag light does not shut off. Keeps blinking power windows go down by itself half way down, intermittently. Opportunity for theft and rain damage. .
Volume in vehicle randomly turns to blaring loud without even touching the volume control. This has happened multiple times and continues to be an issue. I do not have the function turned on that makes the volume increase as speed increases. This has happened while the car is sitting in my driveway. It is scary and distracting during driving. Also, the dash control for the volume and hvac don't work properly, as one click can turn either up 5 or 6 notches, also leading to blaring radio and/or high/low temperatures/fan. There are many cases of this that I have seen from other Nissan owners posted on the internet.
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Driving on the interstate. Abs lights, brake lights, and odometer stopped working. Smelled burning from under the hood. Took it to a Nissan dealership who determined that the fuse box was faulty, the abs module went out as well as the ecm. Dealership said that my air bags were not functioning since the incident, and that the vehicle was unsafe to drive. When searching to find out what happened, found numerous incidents of Nissan vehicles having the same exact issue.
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|Electrical System problems||
|Camshaft Position Sensor problems||
|Car Will Not Start problems||
|Battery Cable problems||
|Battery Dead problems||
|Starter Solenoid problems||