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2015 Nissan Rogue Select Air Filter Interfil

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2015 - Nissan Rogue Select
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2018 Nissan Rogue Sport Engine Oil Filter Full

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Full Engine Oil Filter
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2018 - Nissan Rogue Sport
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2015 Nissan Rogue Select Air Filter Full

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2013 Nissan Rogue Air Filter Full

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  • Production: -09/30/2013
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2013 - Nissan Rogue To:09-30-13
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Premium Guard Engine Oil Filter
  • Thread Pitch M20x1.5 Outside Diameter 2.69" Height 2.93" Spin-On Filter
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2018 - Nissan Rogue Sport L 4 Cyl 2.0L - 1997
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Premium Guard Engine Oil Filter
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2009 - Nissan Rogue L 4 Cyl 2.5L 152 2488
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2015 Nissan Rogue Select Air Filter NPN

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2015 Nissan Rogue Select Air Filter NPN

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2013 Nissan Rogue Air Filter NPN

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2013 Nissan Rogue Air Filter NPN

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Latest Nissan Rogue Repair Guides & Installation Advice

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'09 Nissan Rogue Starter Issue?

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Question From danthemon on '09 Nissan Rogue Starter Issue?

2009 Nissan Rogue AWD 90,000 Miles

For a few days when starting this car, It would whirr or whine after starting it. This would last for about 1minute then would go away and sound normal. However, now it will not start at all. Outside Temp is ~40F. I have a video showing the associated indications when trying to start it.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6oM-WnCjKq_anE5cmdZbC1ZOWc/edit?usp=sharing
If you listen closely it sounds like something is spinning while attempting to start and RPM meter seems to have slight deflection. Also, the battery has been verified to be in good working order.
There is another probably unrelated issue but I will include the details in the event it may be related. The key did not need to be in the ignition to start the car. instead there was a proximity sensor that allowed starting the car as long as the key was within ~15ft. For the last 4 months, this feature has stopped working and now the key has to be inserted into the ignition. (I suspect it's a battery thing for the key and am not worried about getting this issue fixed)

Response From Discretesignals

Watching the gauges, I'd guess you have a battery or battery connection issue. How did you test the battery?

Response From danthemon Top Rated Answer

The vehicle was unable to be jump started with a different battery. Then the battery was removed and fully charged up, and the voltage verified to be adequate. So it was then re-installed back in the car.

Response From Discretesignals

Using a volt meter, what is the voltage at the battery terminals while attempting to crank the engine?

Response From kev2

your description sounds to me like a STARTER issue,
Basically the starter is spinning BUT not engaging the engine... a possible ring gear or starter drive pinion issue.

THe proximity issue is secondary and should be addressed after we gwet this started.

2010 Nissan Rogue - Rattle in steering column

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Question From mrchuckles on 2010 Nissan Rogue - Rattle in steering column

Hello,

Ever since I purchased my 2010 Nissan Rogue we have had an odd rattle/vibration in the steering column intermittently. I had read tons of forums and have yet to find anything related to my issue.

Basically as you are driving down the road any little bump or imperfection can set this rattle/clunk off. It feels like something is actually hitting the steering column -- like metal on metal. If it's really bad you can actually hear it.

Last year my local dealer replaced the entire steering column assembly and rack and pinion. This seemed to resolve the issue however, it came back in under 8 months. The solution may have been the replacement of these parts or the fact that the weather warmed up and the sensation stopped.

If anyone has any idea what this could be and what is causing it it would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks!

Response From MarineGrunt Top Rated Answer

Is it still under warranty? If so, setup an appointment and have them take care of it.

I personally don't have a clue but there are some professional mechanics that run the forum and will more than likely be able to help troubleshoot the issue. Be sure to check back in the morning.

Windshield Washer Fluid Pump - Not Working

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Question From student on Windshield Washer Fluid Pump - Not Working

Year of vehicle -- 2011 Nissan Rogue SL Leather/Nav Package
2011 Nissan Rogue SV
2.5L 2500CC L4 FI
Mileage/Kilometers 70k miles

So I am not a mechanic, rather an engineer and found that my windshield washer pump was not turning on or displaying the PFFFFFFFFF sound, refilled the fluid. Nada out the front or the back. Figured I would check the fuse, unflipped the fuses, 2nd from the left is the washer fluid pump, tested good, still replaced the fuse to be sure. Then after that didnt work I ordered the part. Went over to nissan website, obtained the part number, ordered it for 27$ and bam back in business, just ran home to replace it. Hooked it up power wise before installing it and i didnt hear that sound again. It doesnt look like any of these are working or its power issue? The car is in great shape but I am lost as to where the issue is. Could anyone shed some light?

The fluid/noise is not made when I try and wash the front or the back. Replaced the fuse, nothing, replaced the motor for the pump, nothing after the top power was hooked up. Nissan wants 150 for diagnostics and I mean I am all for their fees but would like to fix it myself. Anyone have any ideas? Can supply pictures and everything.

Response From Discretesignals

Have you checked for power and ground at the washer motor connector while activating the washer pump?

Response From student

YOU ARE A GENIUS!!!!!!!!!!! It was the ground. I split it and routed it to the chasis. Its good. HOWEVER! when i activate the back wiper fluid motor the fuse pops. Even put a 30 fuse and still pops. going to take apart the back wiring.

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

YOU ARE A GENIUS!!!!!!!!!!! I


If his head explodes it's on you.....................LOL

Response From Discretesignals

Mine comes with a blow off valve rated at 10 psi.


Just want to add:

Don't ever put a higher rated fuse in a circuit that isn't designed to handle that type of current unless you want to burn the insulation off the wiring and cause fires.

Response From student

Mine comes with a blow off valve rated at 10 psi.


Just want to add:

Don't ever put a higher rated fuse in a circuit that isn't designed to handle that type of current unless you want to burn the insulation off the wiring and cause fires.

So where is the combination switch guys? I googled and all its doing is trying to sell me one. Im off to youtube! Anyone with a rogue know the location?

under the left from tire next between the blinker and headlight sort of direction lol. thanks

Response From Hammer Time

It's the button you push to activate the washers.

Response From student

It's the button you push to activate the washers.

yep just found that out. thanks for quick response

Response From student

what is the process of taking this apart? Just two-4 screws? Anyone remember the process and how difficult it was to fix this type of issue or get to the combination switch? Thanks.

Response From nickwarner



So I am not a mechanic, rather an engineer

Do you realize how much our profession is cussing out your profession every day when we are at work?

Response From student

It was to express that I have probably changed two tires. And I am the geeky engineer, not the post and beam kind. Learning to fix your own car gives me self satisfaction honestly

So just picture me as the glasses wearing, office sitting, shy at the first sight of a girl kinda dood

Response From Hammer Time

It's just a standard joke in our industry because we blame the engineers for making our jobs so hard unnecessarily.

Response From student

I immediately think of the guy who had to replace a light bulb in a GM and had to take off his whole front end!

link deleted ...................... not allowed

Response From Discretesignals

Hold on there!

The way this pump circuit operates is one wire with be power and the other ground for the front. Then polarity is switched to run the pump backwards to spray the rear. It operates almost like a window motor.

Response From student

so i have to take apart the wiring to find the fault? else I wont be able to give separate grounds to each?

Response From Discretesignals

You don't have to take the wiring apart. You could have a bad combination switch, as long as the ground from the combo switch is good. You know the wiring is good going to the pump from the combination switch because you popped the 10 A fuse when you switched polarity using the rear.

Obviously your missing a ground, so you really need to make your checks at the combo switch.

Here is the diagram:

make sure that pin 12 has a good ground. You know you have power from the 10 A fuse. If those check good, you more than likely have a bad combo.


Response From student

thank you sir, my buddy helped me do all of this, I am learning. I am going to show him this thread. Itll give him ideas and Ill be able to learn because he can translate this and show me the right way.

Response From student

no exploding head - tell me what i should do, ill do it right. Thanks much in advance guys