Since the new one is protected by a piece of plastic, I wonder if we can do the same? I'm thinking it would be easy to get a piece of plastic cut to fit in front of it. Anyone else try this yet?
I should fall under this category. I've had mine replaced 3 times. So far the 3rd times seems to do the trick, fingers crossed.Update:
I've had my new replaced sensor (one manufactured after Jan 09, 2018) installed for about 2.5 months now, and I use the ICC pretty heavily. I've only had the warning light come on once, and it was during moderate to heavy rain. At least for me, it seems the replacement sensor has resolved all the issues.
For anyone who does the replacement. If you can, ask for the old sensor back and keep it. If the dealership says they need to send it back to Nissan, then ask to take some photos of it first, and take photos that capture its manufacturer date and any serial number.
The class-action suit is progressing, and even if the replacement was covered under the warranty, there's a good chance you can collect damages for the time and hassle, especially if it took multiple trips to resolve.
I have seen it discussed, but not sure if anyone has tried it. A pice of sacrificial plexiglass would probably do the trick until it got scratched or pitted too much, but then could swap out. This assumes the problem stems from road debris impact and not some faulty software or internal electronics.Since the new one is protected by a piece of plastic, I wonder if we can do the same? I'm thinking it would be easy to get a piece of plastic cut to fit in front of it. Anyone else try this yet?
OK. My car has been fixed. It turns out that after the replacement of the ABS actuator it is a quite frequent issue. The solution was to re-calibrate the steering wheel angle sensor, it also solved the issue with the forward collision warning light.Anybody noticed issues with the forward collision warning sensor after the dealer replaced the ABS actuator due to recent recall? I started to have issues right away. Did they bumped the sensor during moving my car or installing the ABS actuator, disconnecting, reconnecting wiring harnesses messes up this sensor?
None of my issues have been safety related thankfully but I had issues with my radio screen either staying completely blacked out or the screen will work but the sound won’t until you turn the car off for at least 20 mins (7 trips, a call to corporate, having the regional manager come look, an update,....finally a replacement only to have the issues continue). Problems with poor assembly of inside trim (took some push for them to fix), cargo area cover started drooping after a few months which currently Nissan wants to claim is normal although I never had that issue occur in my Rogues...but to be fair the Rogue didn’t have regular odd flaps that attach to the rear seat headrests (I think Nissan did a poor last minute design for the cargo cover placement or...maybe it’s always been weird like that in the Murano). Recently started noticing a slight hesitation in the transmission but it’s not consistent so of course the dealership can’t replicate so it’s the usual “the next time it happens bring it in so we can check” merry-go-round. Again, not catastrophic issues exactly but not something expected from a new car so soon and so often.