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Nissan is a prominent Japanese corporation that at one time was a zaibatsu. Today it specializes in automobile manufacturer, and is very successful, having sold large numbers of vehicles worldwide. Since its founding in 1933, it has become one of the world’s most recognized brands and in the process has been able to form important partnerships with other automakers such as Mitsubishi and Renault. This combined with its research and investment into emerging technologies has resulted in most of its newer vehicles being built with hybrid or electrical components.
About 2005 Nissan Maxima
The 2005 Nissan Maxima is notable for its sweepy profile that incorporates an extended hood along with a rear deck that has been shortened. It borrows a number of design cues from coupes, which work well. It has four doors, headlights that wrap around the front similar to the 350Z, and a grille with the company’s emblem. It has eighteen inch wheels that provide excellent performance, with a dual exhaust that gives it a sporty demeanor. It utilizes SkyView glass in the panel roof which makes the car’s top visually appealing.
Common 2005 Nissan Maxima A/C Problems
A number of owners have reported that the A/C in their 2005 Maxima suddenly stopped working, despite the fact that they visited a mechanic recently to change its cabin filter and put in fresh A/C gas. In most cases these cars had less than 65,000 miles so there was no reason for the problems to be present. Experts who reviewed the problem however pointed out that there is no reason to recharge the Maxima’s Freon, since most Nissan air conditioners last for a while and servicing the car improperly can actually lead to these issues.
If a leak is suspected, owners should start by inspecting the line on the low side between its compressor and evaporator and make note of the area where the rubber connects to the metal. If you see grime or oil this means a Freon leakage is present and you’ll need professional service since the entire system will have to be evacuated before the faulty part can be removed and replaced.
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