It is free as long as your MO has less than 120,000 miles on it.
Yes, I know. Thank you.Plugs and rear valve cover gasket are normal maintenance at 105K miles.
Actually, I believe it's the intake manifold gasket that requires replacement when the plugs are done. At 78K, I'm still 2-3 years away from needing them here.Plugs and rear valve cover gasket are normal maintenance at 105K miles.
Maybe that is it. I have heard factory warranties do not apply cross boarder. In other words, if you live in Canada and buy a car from US, Nissan will not warranty it. I could be wrong though. If true, maybe you can claim you were living in US when you bought the car and moved it over there as your personal property, or just go to a US dealer for warranty work.I live in Canada and own an American model "2007 Nissan Murano S"
Same here. I got my warranty extension notice a year after I dumped the lemon and said so long to this group. :28: (only came back to change email, then saw this thread and couldn't resist "i told you so" - original thread from two years ago had no reply button.)SilverGT...seems to be a Nissan trade when it comes to "noticing" or inspecting problems, if you don't know about it, they won't tell you about it.
ella138...get ready for the other stuff to FAIL!
Sorry, but I can't let my memories of my Murano go!!! (sorry guys)
It hasn't completely failed (knock on wood) but every once in a while there is an issue when shifting into gear, I'm not sure if this would be related tot he CVT but I would assume so.ERabbit, I noticed you did not say it failed. All you said is you want to replace it.