Place the used oil catch container below the oil drain bolt and remove the bolt with the 14mm socket and ratcheting wrench by turning it counter clockwise. Raising it adds thigh support without moving you closer to the wheel — an annoyance in many cars — but tall drivers who sit low may find the seat cushion too short. Show full review The 2012 Nissan Versa sedan is about as compelling as an old dishwasher, but its fuel efficiency, roominess and unrivaled value will get a lot of shoppers to overlook that. Honey has a very high viscosity -- it is thick and gooey. Be sure to check the oil level on the dipstick several times over the next week and watch your driveway for oil spots that may indicate a leak from the oil drain bolt or filter. We have 1,245 reviews on our Oil Filter products for the 2012 Nissan Versa from previous customers.
If you don't have one you can get one at www. I meet them all the time, they look like they should know something, wearing that store vest, but when challenged by a little information on what you are looking for, they give you a blank stare. The contact restarted the vehicle and it stalled again six feet away. Nissan says the 2012 Versa is the first car to take cues from the shown at the 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show, and future Nissan sedans will follow suit. Both are decent filters but for the money the Boss by Purolator is hands down a better filter and will even reach 15k instead of 10k. Slide underneath the vehicle and locate the black metal oil pan with the oil drain bolt facing towards the rear of the vehicle. The manufacturer was notified of the failure.
The first step is to warm up the engine for a few minutes to help suspend any contaminants within the old oil and also help it flow out more quickly when you remove the drain bolt. I contacted ktnv channel 13 investigative news and they filmed me and my story. I hope those suits look sharper. I complained to Nissan, North America and they refuse to fix it. Headroom in back is modest, but legroom is abundant.
If you found this guide to be helpful, please consider making a small donation by clicking on the PayPal. Per federal requirements, an is standard this year. I researched it and everything indicated a bad alternator. The dealership updated software and adjusted range switch. The approximate failure mileage was 45,000.
The following day I brought it into the dealership and was trying to explain my situation. When I popped the hood open I noticed the my coolant reservoir tank was bone dry. Forget armrests — the doors have a hard outcropping for your elbow. Allow the old oil to drain out for at least a few minutes until the flow slows down to just a drip. Multi-grade oils contain an additive included to improve viscosity under pressure. Any conventional oil will be just fine for 5 k miles and synthetic for 7. The failure mileage was approximately 69,670.
Temporarily replace the oil filler cap, run the engine for a few minutes, turn it off, let the engine sit for a few minutes, and then check the oil level on the yellow handled dipstick. I have two 2012 Versa's; the other one did not do this. They can not figure out what is causing this issue. The car would not accelerate. I hope those suits look sharper.
The vehicle was not repaired. At 70 mph, so much noise streamed off the A-pillar that I thought a window was open, and the car needs periodic corrections to stay on course. Headroom in back is modest, but legroom is abundant. My mother was scared because she didn't know if the car was going to stop in the middle of the freeway or jerk when she pressed the gas. They said they pressure tested the cooling system and found no leeks and told me I was imaging thing as far as the stutter with my tranny. I have almost been in a coupe accidents because the tranny would not respond while pressing the accelerator. We recommend wearing safety glasses whenever you are working under your Versa.
While driving 45 mph, the contact's vehicle inadvertently shifted from drive into neutral before stalling. The Versa hatchback carries over from the previous generation for 2012, with a redesign on the way. It has only 50,000 miles. The failure mileage was approximately 69,670. More than 160 pounds lighter than its predecessor, the Versa is no dog. The contact also mentioned that the transmission was slow to change gears between first and third gears. The approximate failure mileage was 94,000.
We recommend wearing safety glasses whenever you are working under your Versa. The steering gets soupier as speeds increase, adding an uncomfortable degree of guesswork to the whole process. This review covers the sedan, but if you want to learn more about the hatchback, our gives a closer look. Now the dealership says there is a short-circuit near tail light. The contact had to maneuver his feet with the pedals to prevent a failure.