Nissan Rogue owners have reported 46 problems related to air bag light on (under the air bag category).
" takata recall"-my passenger air bag light went on and then the airbag light on the dashboard. I went to the dealer and they charged me to tell me I have defective airbags. I was told they are not under any warranty or recall. I juts bought the car used from Nissan in Feb 2015. They are saying I have to start with replacing my passenger seat and that will be$1,900 and there is no guarantee that the repair will stop there. I was told that none of the airbags will function until this is repaired.
See all problems of the 2009 Nissan Rogue.
Passenger air bag sensor has failed. Air bag light blinks. Sensor is in seat. Cvt transmissions fail without warning. Research indicates this occurs at highway speeds and causes a hazard in traveled lanes.
When an adult passenger is seated in the passenger seat, and the vehicle is started, the airbag off indicator will remain illuminated on some occasions (without any discernible reason, such as seating position). Sometimes, when the airbag off light has incorrectly illuminated, the light will then shut off when the vehicle is in motion (with the passenger still seated in the same position) at no discernible interval of time, distance, or speed. This problem has occurred on a daily basis, sometimes multiple times daily. The dealership examined the vehicle on 1/8/2016 and states there is no problem that they can find and that they cannot replicate the complaint. However, airbag off problem is ongoing.
Airbag indicator light/front passengers seat comes on indicating it's not activated with a passenger in the seat while the car is in motion. Dealers says it is due to Nissan's new design and to have the passenger (my wife) sit with her butt against the back of the seat, legs straight out in front of her with feet on the floor. That's the fix ? well, it doesn't work. Nissan needs to make this right or buy the car back due to faulty equipment. This is a safety issue with lives in jeopardy.
See all problems of the 2015 Nissan Rogue.
After removing a briefcase from the passenger front seat, the airbag light on the dashboard stays on (flashes). It never goes off when the car is stationary or in motion.
The contact owns a 2014 Nissan Rogue. The contact stated that the air bag light illuminated on the instrument panel. The vehicle was taken to the dealer twice where it was diagnosed that the two sensor occupant controls needed to be replaced. The vehicle was repaired, but the failure persisted. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The failure mileage was 21,000.
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Passenger side airbag lights has stayed on with front seat passenger in vehicle. This has happened with vehicle both stationary and in motion. I had to shut off vehicle and restart to have airbag light on dash go out. This has happened several times. Took picture the last time.
The passenger side air bag light will not turn off when a passenger is in the seat. The dash board air bag indicator also stays on.
While driving about 25mph the airbag light on the dashboard stated blinking and the light showing the passenger air bag is off stayed on. I took the vehicle in to kingston Nissan for inspection and to diagnose the problem they said the OCS unit failed. And it need a OCS seat unit. I google this issue and saw that it was a recall for this vehicle. I contacted Nissan CO sumer affairs filed a claim and they said they said they will not replace the part. Nissan dealer is charging me $1691 to replace the seat.
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The contact owns a 2008 Nissan Rogue. While driving approximately 55 mph, the air bag warning indicator remained illuminated. The vehicle was taken to the dealer who diagnosed that the front driver side air bag spiral cable would need to be replaced. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 82,700.
Airbag lights won't turn off. Also vehicle loses power in middle of intersection sometimes.
My air bag light continues to blink indicating something wrong with my passenger side air bag. I was told that due to this problem, the passenger seat needed to be replaced. An expensive repair. Recall reference #ntb08-095c specifically addresses this problem. However, my vehicle was is included in the recall. I feel that my Nissan Rogue 2009 ( produced in Jan 2009) and the air bag manufactured by takata, should be included in the recall and repaired. This is a problem, with numerous people also posting about it. Thanks in advance for your attention to this matter.
The contact owns a 2010 Nissan Rogue. While driving 45 mph, the air bag light remained illuminated and the horn and radio failed. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. The failure mileage was 98,810.
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My air bag light continued to blink indicating something wrong with my passenger side air bag. I was told that due to this problem, the passenger seat needed to be replaced. An expensive repair. Recall reference #ntb08-095c specifically addresses this problem. However, my vehicle was not included in the recall. I feel that my Nissan Rogue 2009 ( produced in Nov. 2008) and the air bag manufactured by takata, should be included in the recall and repaired. Thank you for your attention to this matter.
The contact owns a 2009 Nissan Rogue. While driving at 55 mph, the air bag warning indicator illuminated. The vehicle was taken to the dealer where it was diagnosed that the front passenger side air bag control assembly needed to be replaced. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The failure mileage was 77,978.
The airbag light on dashboard came on. I have tried to reset a few times but it will not reset. Dealer wanted $130 to diagnose even though this problem occurred right after I had them fix another recall. Don't know if related or not. Dealer claims it isn't. Email reply from the consumer (sept 2, 2015): "I didn't repair it. The horn did not work but I sold the car. ".
We were on I-77 heading to florida when we noticed that the front passenger air bag light was on, indicating that the air bag was not functioning. It stayed on for a couple of hours until we stopped to eat. When we started the car again and the light was off. Then approximately and hour later the light came on again and stayed on for roughly 30 minutes and went off again. It did not come on again, but we took the car to daytona Nissan and reported our problem. The service manager there had them check it out and then told us that they found nothing wrong with the system. He told us that my wife did not weigh enough to trip the sensor. Her weight usually varies between 116 and 122 pounds. Based on his statement, she could never ride in the front seat! the light has not come on again that we have noticed. This is not something that you always check when riding in the car.
Shortly after purchasing a used 2008 Nissan Rogue the airbag light came on. From researching the matter online, it seems that many 2007-2008 Nissan vehicles were recalled for a faulty sensor in the passenger seat that cannot detect when anyone is sitting in that seat - in other words, not an issue with the airbag but with the seat sensor. However, the dealership we purchased the used vehicle from says our VIN number is not included in this recall, although our issue matches what is described in the recall and pertains to our year vehicle.
The contact owns a 2014 Nissan Rogue. The contact stated that the air bag light illuminated on the instrument panel. The vehicle was taken into the dealer four times. The technician was not able to determine what caused the failure. The vehicle was not repaired. The failure mileage was 13,000.
The electrical air bag sensors for the passenger seat have become dysfunctional. The air bag light indicator continually flashes on the dashboard and the specific air bag passenger light stays on. I took the car in for repair and the dealership cleared a code associated with the air bags sensors. The air bag lights functioned normally for only a couple of days and then returned back to flashing and/or staying on continuously. I was advised that the sensors in the passenger seat are not working and that it will cost $2,500 to repair. I understand that there was a recall on 2008 Nissan Rogue air bag systems but apparently there is not a recall on the 2009 models. I am not paying $2,500 to repair sensors in the passenger seat. This seems to be a malfunction of the product that should be addressed by the manufacturer.
Passenger airbag light remains on despite adult passenger weighing between 120-150 lbs in passenger seat. Problem was present since first day purchase of vehicle brand new. Brought back to dealer 5 times and was told there was no problem with it--that it was functioning to manufacturers specification. Was told on first trip back to dealer to have the passenger sit toward the back right corner of the seat (really?!?!?!? right before we have an accident?!?!?). Second trip to dealer was told that an empty water bottle under the seat was the cause (again, really!!!!!??????). Took several videos of the malfunction and Nissan still refused to do anything about it.
Passenger side airbag light indicates airbag is off despite the fact that there is an adult sitting in the seat weighing 125lb. After turning car on and off several times light will eventually stay off indicating airbag is now active.
Passenger airbag light keep going on and off while on a trip 150 miles away from home. Called the dealer service dept. And they said they could lower the sensor to recognize me (104 lbs) to make an appt. Called on 7/21/14 to schedule apt and was told by someone else that it was against the law to lower the weight sensors and that nothing could be done. Dangerous and ridiculous.
See all problems of the 2013 Nissan Rogue.
I have a 2009 Nissan Rogue. Bought it used from year, at about 55000-60000 miles the air bag light starts to flash with no incident before. I went to the dealer he found a b1018 code and says my front seat sensor is no good. Needs to replace the front seat assembly, and wants 3000$ for that. I looked in the web and saw this is a serious problem with the Rogue. And they had some recalls because of that. I find it hard to believe they could locate all the bad sensors the used so probably I got a bad sensor to start with. Don't know what to do now with the car. Any suggestions? help? I think Nissan should bare the cost of this problem.
Passenger 2 airbag light at times does not register when my 74 lb daughter is sitting in the seat but it will register if my purse is in the seat. At times it will flash on and off then stay off. Yesterday 5/6/14 I ran errands then when I went to get my daughter from school. The check engine (malfunction indication light as called in vehicle book) came on. I took the vehicle to auto zone and the test shows its the oxygen sensor. Was advised to check upstream & downstream sensors as well as catalytic converter since these can cause damage to it as well. I should mention the employee telling me this built Nissan vehicles for 23 yrs. Today I have an appt at the Nissan dealership. I've only had this vehicle 3 months = not happy.