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2007 Nissan Sentra Steering Column Atlantic Automotive Eng. - Electric Power Steering

P311-13C7123    W0133-1972621  New

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Atlantic Automotive Eng. Steering Column
  • Remanufactured
  • ; Production: 09/01/2006-
  • Programming required using a SAE J2534 Pass-Thru device and OEM software (subscription required)
  • Electric Power Steering
Brand: Atlantic Automotive Eng.
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2007 - Nissan Sentra SL Fr:09-01-06
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2011 Nissan Sentra Steering Column Atlantic Automotive Eng. - Electric Power Steering

P311-13C7123    W0133-1972621  New

Qty:
$230.00 806.51
Atlantic Automotive Eng. Steering Column
  • Remanufactured
  • Programming required using a SAE J2534 Pass-Thru device and OEM software (subscription required)
  • Electric Power Steering
Brand: Atlantic Automotive Eng.
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2011 - Nissan Sentra Base
Atlantic Automotive Eng.
2012 Nissan Sentra Steering Column Atlantic Automotive Eng. - Electric Power Steering

P311-13C7123    W0133-1972621  New

Qty:
$230.00 806.51
Atlantic Automotive Eng. Steering Column
  • Remanufactured
  • ; Production: -08/31/2012
  • Programming required using a SAE J2534 Pass-Thru device and OEM software (subscription required)
  • Electric Power Steering
Brand: Atlantic Automotive Eng.
Additional Fitment Information:
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2012 - Nissan Sentra SR To:08-31-12

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2008 Nissan Sentra SE-R Steering column chirping

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Question From fishermike21 on 2008 Nissan Sentra SE-R Steering column chirping

My 2008 Nissan Sentra SE-R has a chirping noise that comes from the steering column while braking quickly and at speeds over 70mph. I have 48,000 miles so Nissan said its out of warranty. What should I do??

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Have a professional look at it and get it diagnosed properly so you can see what your options are. We aren't going top be able to tell you anything from here.

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.

1997 Nissan Altima Brake Light Switch

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Question From MrDirtyVegas on 1997 Nissan Altima Brake Light Switch

So the spring in the brake light switch needs to be replaced however i cannot seem to be able to fit up in there and get it out. it seems nearly impossible. i checked a haynes repair manual and ofcoarse it gives no good information other than to replace it you must take it out.

the steering column is in the way of getting a good grip on anything. if theres a way to do it without taking that off ill do it myself. if not ill pay someone to do it.

any tips or tricks to getting that out without taking out the steering column or should i just take it to a shop.

Response From re-tired

Are you sure the sw is bad ? Are the brake lights staying on ? there is a small rubber button that pushes the sw plunger in . it falls out and the sw will not turn off.

Response From MrDirtyVegas

yea im sure its the switch.

Response From re-tired Top Rated Answer

OK ,if memory is right . you can remove cotter pin and pull the small rod out of the linkage. This will allow pedal to move back and forth for a little more working room.

Response From MrDirtyVegas

ill give that a shot. thanks

Nissan Quest TCM

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Question From Olugly on Nissan Quest TCM

2006 Nissan Quest. Transmission and ecm are loosing communication cause van to enter limp mode. I can't remember the code they pulled but it was a " no comm" between them. When it enters limp mode you can pull over and restart the van and will drive fine. I was told this van has a TCM located under the steering column and is very likely my problem. Anyone had this problem? Is that the location of the TCM? Thanks

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

Was a full system scan done? Are there any other codes stored in any other modules?

Response From Olugly

As far as I know, no. It's just a local shop, the dealer is over 100 miles away so I'm sure they are limited . Actually this is the third shop and they all just keep telling me communication is being lost between the ecu / transmission ( loss of RPM signal). It's not a everyday problem that it goes into limp mode. I'm going to recheck grounds today.

Response From Discretesignals

Which module set the U1001?

Read this so you get a better understanding what your dealing with.

http://www.370zcoupe.com/TSB/1SW33.pdf

CAN codes can be difficult to solve especially when they are intermittent. It is important to figure out if there are any other codes being stored in any other modules. It doesn't hurt to check grounds as you stated. It would also be important to make sure your battery connections and your battery checks out good. Checking charging system operation and for excessive AC ripple would be important too. Your problem may require the use of a high end scan tool and a digital oscilloscope to catch the glitch in the data bus along with powers and grounds at the suspect control module.

Response From Olugly

I just called a guy that works there. He said from what the mechanic told him it was being set by the transmission. But that still confuses me how it will set the code and enter limp mode in park revving the engine. I'm reading a bulletin from Nissan about TCMs now

Response From Discretesignals

That is kind of strange the problem occurs revving the engine. I would definitely check battery connections, battery condition, and excessive alternator AC ripple/performance just to rule those things out. Does the engine have a hard time starting or delayed starting? Are there any other symptoms besides the transmission defaulting? As stated in the bulletin, the module setting the code usually isn't the culprit.

Response From Olugly

No other problems. Starts fine, runs fine. We have drove it all week and it's only entered limp mode twice. It seems if it warms up a bit it has less problems. I'm check wiring now

Response From Discretesignals

Maybe Gary has run into this issue since it causes a transmission default concern. Watch out for the silver bullet approach when it comes to module issues. Just because someone else fixed their issue by replacing something, doesn't mean it will fix yours. I've seen people and myself get burned using the silver bullet approach. My motto now is, "Test. Don't guess."

I just hate to see you pay $700+ for a TCM and programming and it not be the issue. Usually when it comes to modules, you eliminate every other possible reason before condemning it. Even when you isolate the culprit to the module, there is always that apprehension that you are not 100% sure of your diagnosis. You just try to raise the odds by turning over each stone and exploring every avenue that you can think of. That kind of skill comes with experience.

It would be interesting to actually see this glitch on a scope. The ECM is the one setting the U1001, so it is still important to figure out if there are any modules on the network setting U codes. Obviously if the TCM loses communications with the ECM, it is going to default. It just sucks because it is so intermittent which is a mechanic's worst nightmare most the time.

Response From Olugly

Ok guys here's the latest update. Usually when the van enters limp mode, the check engine and TCS light comes on. After restarting the van, the TCS goes out and the check engine light stays on. The codes have NOT been reset. I started the van this morning, no check engine light. I drive down the road and within 20 seconds the van starts lunging ( kind of like stepping on the gas then hitting the brake a few times). I pull over, restart the van, no check engine light, no TCS and we go about our business. Drove home 1 hour later and no problems. I tried to see if any codes were stored and nothing. I talked with the mech at the shop yesterday and he said it was a transmission sensor. I checked all the connections and grounds yesterday.. I wonder if I might have "wiggled" the problem. Also called the Nissan service dept yesterday, the guy I talked with said if it was the TCM, to pull one with the same part number and swap them. He said they were plug and play, needing no tuning. I found a few for $70-$100.

Response From gsferraro

Hello,
If you can get the code number that would help. I use a program called mitchell on demand,shop key pro, its saying the tcm is located behind right side of dash. Did they pull the code from the tcm? If you can get the code number i can do a search for a possible TSB, but in the past when i had comm. codes, i found bad connections, bad grounds and bad computers. Gary

Response From Olugly

I believe I overheard them say the code was a U1010 no comm ( loss of rpm signal)code between the ecu and transmission. The ecu was sent off and tested and came back with no faults. The van will enter limp mode mainly under hard acceleration, sometimes under normal acceleration and in park while revving the engine around 3k rpm and sometimes we can go days without anything. It always resets when you pull over and cut the van off and restart.

Response From Olugly

Or a U1001..

95 nissan quest loose shifter linkage

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Question From FlyingTigers on 95 nissan quest loose shifter linkage

I have an automatic 1995 nissan quest and sometimes it doesn't recognize whether it's in park or reverse, or drive. I have to put it up and down a few times to make it catch. i did find a bolt on the floor that fell out of the steering column. Any idea of how to fix this ? i looked and didnt find any diagrams, any help would be much appreciated. thanks

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

If you found the bolt on the floor, chances are the problem is under the dash at the column.

Response From Discretesignals

HT has it right. Those columns are just like the Ford F series, Mercury GrandFarties, and the Crown Fits.

The shift tube bushings wear out and the bracket bolts at the shifter cable come loose and fall out causing the whole shifter assembly to become rickety. The shift indicator cable adjuster mounting boss snapping off is a common problem too.

Response From Danielotis

Hello Discrete - You are absolutely correct as far as my shifting linkage is concerned.
Where can I get a new bushing? I checked with Nissan and they say that it is discontinued!
This is for a 1994 nissan Quest.
Thanks!

Response From Discretesignals

If you go to your local parts store and tell them you have a 95 Mercury Villager and need a couple shift tube bushings, they should be able to find them for you.

Dorman part number 905107


Going to close this thread due to age.

Response From zmame

Sounds like the cable adjustment is loose or damaged. Most of them are located on the top or side of the transmission (where the linkage is). I could be also be something come loose in the column too, but I would check linkage adjuster first.