fairly significant
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
19,050 miles

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2004 Nissan 350Z wheels / hubs problems

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2004 Nissan 350Z Owner Comments

problem #2

Aug 022009


  • 35,700 miles


Wheels on Nissan 350Z that I purchased are cracking at all the spokes, Nissan has a service bulletin on the chroming process. Dealer sold me car without telling me about the problem. And my warranty wont cover it they said go to the dealer. Power niacin of chandler Arizona is where I purchased the vehicle. My question is.... if a dealer has a vehicle that they are selling and it has a service bulletin on it about the wheels, shouldn't they replace the wheels before selling the car to someone ?, when my left rear wheel separated from all the spokes I was traveling West bound on the I-10 around buckeye AZ, the speed limit is 75 mph there. If I did not catch this right away I would have lost that rim and the damage could have possibly cost me my life.

- Buckeye , AZ, USA

problem #1

Jun 072004

350Z 6-cyl

  • Manual transmission
  • 2,400 miles
While driving 65 mph, the consumer noticed a yellow flash indicator light reading slip with cause unknown. The consumer released the throttle pedal and the speed control was not engaged. The vehicle continued to travel at 65 mph. The consumer applied the brakes, but the vehicle still continued at the same rate of speed, burning the brakes when the pedal was applied. Consumer depressed the clutch, but the RPM idled high. All of a sudden the problem disappeared. The dealership found that during installation of the wheels, the chrome plating of the front and rear wheel were mistakenly switched. The tech also stated that this could have been the reason for the malfunction and that the traction control system went into "fail safe mode" because it detected a size difference in the wheels. (pins where also missing)

- Mesa, AZ, USA

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