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Nissan Armada Maintenance and Repair

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  • Over the past month my Armada has had complete brake failure five times!! The brake light goes on and the peddle goes to the floor. Went to my Nissan dealer and stated "we have never heard of such a thing". I had brake failure !! They wished me good luck and sent me on my way. I know many of you have had this problem. What did they due to fix it? I hope I dont or my wife and 3 year old have this brake failure in an emergency! What do I do ... Nissan wont do a darn thing. They know there is a problem and refuse to do anything about it. We should all get together and file a lawsuit. This not right and somebody is going to get hurt or killed.
    I look forward to your replys...
    Good luck
    Rob in CT
  • Hello, we just bought a 2006 on Saturday and are wondering the same thing. Our 2003 Tahoe had it and we loved it.
    Thanks for thinking of it.
  • livierlivier Posts: 2
    I do a have problems with my tires in regards to a 2005 Armada...It only has 19,000 miles on it and the tires are wore off completely. It all started with my car swaying from side to side, I took it in about 6 times to the dealer they kept telling me that it was an alignment, but now they know for sure that its something else but they are not sure exactly what.
  • livierlivier Posts: 2
    Hi, I was reading your story about the Armada and I also have the same problems and I was thinking of hiring a lawyer. I also went thru BBB and of course lost there, but this car has been giving me headaches. I was wondering if you can give me your lawyers info. My e-mail is public. I would appreciate it. Thank You!
  • :lemon: A having a lots of problems with my Armada 05 ?Does anyone knows a good lemon law layer?? in chicago :lemon:
  • levoilevoi Posts: 1
    I have a 2006 Nissan Armada and I have 11,000 miles on my truck. Today my brakes started grinding (metal to metal). I was one of the "victims" of the 2004 Nissan Armada with the bad brakes,but I too loved the truck so much...other than the brakes, that I believed everything Nissan said about the brake fix in the 2006 model. Don't believe the hype! Tomorrow will be my first attempt at a repair. I should have known better based on my past experiences, but oh well. I would not recommend the 2006 Armada to anyone. Is the Armada the heaviest truck on earth, or is Nissan using the poorest brake manufacturer on Earth?
  • I have a 2004 Armada and here recently it was in Park and lunged or jumped foward hill still in Park. It crushed my wife between the driver door with both of her feet on the ground and a concrete pole. Has anyone experienced this with there Armada? Or is our SUV the only one. I see that there is definatley a Transmission problem Issue that needs to be addressed with Nissan. It has already had the complete brake job al round. Please if anyone is out there please let me know where my wife and I will conclude that we are not crazy?? :sick: :lemon: :lemon: Thank You
  • I have an early '06 with 19,500 miles, and while the truck has not been completely problem free, I've experienced no issues with the brakes. Before I bought mine I did hear about the roof and brake problems, but assumed they were a "first model year" type issues as two of my friends both have '05's and have not experienced either problem. Two of my co-workers bought '06's after me, and I checked with both of them, neither has experinced any brake or vibration issues. One has 14000 miles, the other 9000.
  • brad701brad701 Posts: 20
    My brother has an '05, and over the weekend we put new front pads on at 31K miles. This seems more than reasonable given that it's a heavy truck and he frequently tows a heavy boat (boat and trailer are about 7500 lbs.). He's never had any vibration problems, the pads were simply worn out as one might expect. The only issue he has has was that the driver's power window stopped working when the truck was a week old, and the dealer promptly replaced the motor. His only complaint is that the interior is spartan, and the truck overall is noisy compared to other full size SUV's. Based on his experience, my other brother bought an early '06 QX56 just about a year ago. He really piles up the miles as he is an outside salesman, and at 22K miles he has has no brake issues either. The only problem he ran into was the check engine light coming on. The dealer did fix it although it took two visits for them to get it right. He loves the truck although his recent gas bills have been a killer.
  • If you wants to spend time at the dealer all the time, missing days from work,missing your days off,I haved so many problems whit my nissan Armada 05 Brakes, sunroof, leaking water thru de dvd player, leaking thru spots liths,electric problems you named They do fixed those problems but is your time, and you can do something else instead waisting your time. my experience I Personally won't ever buy any nissan, you waist so much money for the car is not worth it, two years ago when I saw the car at the auto show It looks great, I got it haved it but today, is my worts decision I ever make, if you are in the market please don't buy it, because two years from now you're gonna feel the same as me today< Nissan Coorporation Wont do anything for you.
  • brad701brad701 Posts: 20
    Walinares, it's a shame that you have had such bad luck with your truck, but given that there are plenty of people who are more than satisfied with their Armadas, I don't think you should be urging people not to buy them. Why would you be telling people that two years from now they absolutely will regret their purchase when you know that plenty of us are happy with ours, and there seems to be a lot of indications that the quality is improving significantly? Just state the facts...some of us have had very positive experiences with out trucks, but others have been very dissatisfied. And don't put down all Nissan vehicles just because of your experience. Sure, Nissan has had some issues, but the vast majority of customers have been very satisfied with their vehicles. If that weren't the case they would be out of business. It's easy to read right thru your posts and see that you only motivation is to get revenge on Nissan...it simply won't work because everyone sees right thru it.
  • Brad, could not have said it better.
  • shark715shark715 Posts: 380
    Brad, thanks for taking the time to speak out, I third that.
  • Brad for President! :-)
  • mikeh7mikeh7 Posts: 1
    The silent majority finally speaks out! I've never posted here before, but have been following this thread for about a year. I have an '05 that I use for my business, lots of miles, just turned over on 60,000 last week. When my truck had 27,000 miles, my brakes started vibrating like many other people have reported, and I assumed it was just time for new front brakes. I was not aware of the brake issues at the time, and I was amazed that the dealer replaced the pads and rotors...for free! It's 33,000 miles later and the second set of pads still are not quite ready to be replaced. I've had no other trouble with my truck yet whatsoever! In fact, I've been so happy that I bought my wife an '06 last Christmas. She has 13,000 miles now, and we have never even been back the dealer with it, not even once. Perhaps we've been lucky, but I've recommnded the Armada to a number of people, and a business friend just took delivery of a new one a few weeks ago.
  • Hi Brad I'M Pretty sure you Work for NISSAN, BUT I'M not just spendindg my time here. I Just telling my own Experience, soon or later people will come for it. ARMADA IS A GREAT RIDE LOOK GOODS AND EVERYTHING BUT PEOPLE LIKE ME HAS BEEN POSTED SAME PROBLEMS. GOOD FOR YOU DIND'T GET A LEMON TRUCK :lemon: :lemon: :lemon: :sick: :sick:
  • I vote for Brad too :-) I sense what has gone on here is that only people with problems have tended to post, seems perfectly normal given the title of the thread. We have an '05 and I noticed there were several other Armadas and Qx56's in our club community. I'm on the Board of Directors and know a lot of people so I started asking around. Turns out we have a total of 13 trucks, 10 Armadas and 3 QX 56's. I spoke to each one of the owners, and here's the data I compiled. Three of the Armadas and one of the QX56's are 2004's. Each one of them had the brake problems, and each one of them had to take their trucks back several times before they were correctly repaired. But each one of them said they were finally repaired correctly and have had no brake problems in a long time. Of the '04's, one of the Armadas and one of the QX's has the roof problem, but told me it was fixed when the trucks were new 3 years ago. Both of them were early '04's. There are 6 '05's (one of which is ours) and 3 '06's. None of them have had any brake issues and I specifically asked them if they had any brake problems. I asked all 13 owners to list any problems they had experieced besides the brakes. 2 of the 3 QX's reported no problems at all, but only 3 of the 10 Armada owners reported no issues. There didn't seem to be any pattern to the other problems, the most frequent problem was 4 owners that reported "check engine light" repairs. Of course almost everyone commented on the poor gas mileage.
  • Walinares, I DON'T WORK FOR NISSAN and we have had our 2005 Armada for almost 2 years (38,100 miles) and are very happy with it. We did have to have the front brake pads replaced at 33,400 miles, but that's because they were just worn out, seems relatively normal to me. There was never any vibration. The dealer had to replace one of the components in the navigation system when the truck was a month old, and one of the rear axle seals has to be replaced last year (we didn't even know there was a problem, the dealer noticed it), but we have experienced no other issues at all. You need to accept that most people that have Armadas are happy with them and don't regret their purchase. We know three other families that have Armadas and each of them are very satidfied and have experienced minimal if any problems.
  • Walinares: I DON'T WORK FOR NISSAN EITHER, and while they are far from perfect, in additon to my current truck I've had two Nissans in the past and they have been pretty decent. Build quality not quite as good as Honda or Toyota, but Honda and Toyota did not offer a truck I liked. Obviously you don't want to hear this, but I have no regrets about my Armada. Well, except I would never have a white car or truck again, too hard to keep clean :-)
  • Wally, so you think everyone who likes their Armada works for Nissan? Give me a break! You were doing a lot more than merely sharing your experience. And I DON'T WORK FOR NISSAN
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