We recently spent a week in the mountains in CO and woke up one morning to find our 2009 Murano would not start. After some swapping around we pushed it into the garage and after a couple of hours of waiting we tried again and it started. This wasn't your typical cold weather start issue. We called the Nissan dealer in Denver and had it towed down there. The went over everything and found nothing, but said they know there is a issue with the 09s starting in cold weather and that if you get them started and then turn it off shortly afterwords the problem worsens. The dealer said that there aren't any currently recalls but they are expecting one soon for this. Any else experience anything similar?
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