1994 NISSAN ALTIMA Visibility problems & defects.

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NISSAN ALTIMA Visibility problems : 1.

I Own A 1994 nissan altima. In December 2006, The Driver’s Side Sunvisor Malfunctioned And Dropped Down Blocking The Driver’s View Of The Road. Fortunately, This Did Not Cause An Accident. On Dec 21, 2006, The Malfunctioning Sunvisor Was Replaced At The Owners Expense ($113.65). Around August 2008, The Replacement Sunvisor Fell Out Of It’s Holder And Bracket Into The Driver’s Lap While Driving. The Owner Fixed It So It Would Not Fall Out Again. However, In Oct 2008, The Replacement Sunvisor Would No Longer Stay Up. Again It Swung Down Into The View Of The Driver While Driving. Again, It Was Fortunate That This Did Not Cause An Accident. This Is Definitely A Safety Issue And Based On On-line Posts It Is A Common Theme Among nissan Vehicles. I Contacted The Local nissan Service Department For A Replacement And They Would Not Replace It Or Give Me A Discount Since It Was Purchased Over 12 Months Ago. Next Week, I Will File A Complaint With nissan Corporate Offices. However, Based On Their Lack Of Response To Other Issues With This Vehicle, I Do Not Expect Them To Resolve It To My Satisfaction. *tr

0 person(s) were injured. 0 person(s) died. Mileage was 126000 miles. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):1N4BU31D5RC. NISSAN ALTIMA 1994 problem was reported in SATELLITE BEACH, FL. Vehicle was not using ANTI-LOCK BRAKES. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. VEHICLE SPEED: 45 mph.

Oct 15, 2008

1994 NISSAN ALTIMA problems and complaints, and up-to-date recall information. If you are researching a used NISSAN ALTIMA, driving a 1994 NISSAN ALTIMA, or if you are planning to purchase one, review owner-reported Visibility problems and defects.

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