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The Japanese corporation called Nissan was once a zaibatsu which has emerged as one of the world’s preeminent car manufacturers. Founded during the 1930s, the company is best known for its Datsun and more recent Infiniti line of luxury vehicles, as well as the Altima and Maxima. Nissan has formed strategic partnerships with other automakers and today is investing heavily in hybrid/electric vehicles, with the goal of making most of its automobiles utilize this technology after 2021.
About 2003 Nissan Altima
The 2003 Nissan Altima has received praise for being larger and more spacious than its rivals. It provides everything one would expect in a moderately sized sedan, such as a roomy trunk and comfortable seating in the rear. Even its styling makes other cars in its class look bland by comparison.
The Altima is powered by a respectable V6 engine that is 3.5 liter and capable of impressive acceleration. No matter what gear you put it in, the car will take off when needed. The 2003 edition of the Altima is so well designed in fact that it received the coveted North American Car of the Year award. It has a number of differences from previous models. Aside from the fact that its bigger, the 03 Altima has enhanced trim in the interior and the engine produces slightly more horsepower.
Common 2003 Nissan Altima A/C Problems
Many of the air conditioning issues reported in the Nissan Altima are related to its defrosting. For instance, the A/C would deactivate itself automatically when temperatures fell to specific levels, usually around thirty five degrees. The problem is so bad that some drivers stated that they couldn’t see out the windows, which makes the defrosting problem a potential safety hazard.
Problems have also been noted when the Mazda 3 is traveling at specific speeds. An owner stated that while using their air conditioning and moving at between thirty five and forty five miles per hour, they tried to downshift which caused the car to jolt. Other problems have been reported with its magnetic clutch, which will not engage properly, resulting in the A/C blowing out warm air.
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