hardly worth mentioning
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
53,000 miles

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2009 Nissan 370Z miscellaneous problems

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2009 Nissan 370Z Owner Comments

problem #4

Nov 042015


  • 54,000 miles


Went to go to work this morning and my clutch is stuck to the floor...thought maybe it needed some grease or something so I gave it a few pumps but nothing. The car is not drivable at all!!! this is dangerous if I were actually driving down the road and this happen. Shame on you Nissan for not doing anything to correct this issue for a $70 part. People paying out of pocket $1,200 to fix!!! many people in the forums have also had this problem, please attend to this issue immediately. This needs to be recalled!!! im surprised no one has died from this issue yet.

- Fredericksburg, VA, USA

problem #3

Jun 182015


  • 64,000 miles
Loss of clutch pedal (csc) clutch slave cylinder and (cmc) clutch master cylinder

- Dallas, TX, USA

problem #2

Jun 242015


  • 65,000 miles
I was driving to work one morning when my clutch pedal became limp. I was on the freeway getting ready to shift into 6th gear when I had no clutch resistance! I nearly crashed due to the lack of engagement. I took it to the dealership and they said I was out of warranty. This very same issue was fixed under warranty at 30,000 miles. The dealership either never replaced the parts they claimed to have replaced at 30K miles or they have failed again, just 35K miles later. These parts are the master cylinder and slave cylinder in the transmission. The issue has been going on with 2009-2015 models. Actually, it has been going on as far back as 2003 with the 350Z, which was never addressed. I'm selling the car and hopefully the buyer doesn't crash and die from it. If he/she does, you should be held responsible for not addressing the issue. Many of the members on the370Z.com forum have this issue cited here: www.the370Z.com/Nissan-370Z-general-discussions/25007-sticky-official-370Z-clutch-pressure-csc-failures.html

- San Diego, CA, USA

problem #1

Nov 272012

370Z 6-cyl

  • 29,000 miles
Attempted to start vehicle. Keyless entry system not working. Vehicle would not start. Had car flat bed towed to Nissan. They said that it was the steering lock. There have been multiple complaints from consumers who own 2009-early 2010 Nissan 370Z. This part should be recalled by Nissan since it prevents starting the car, thereby leaving you stranded. Nissan had a recall on the gtr's but not the 370Z. This is what happens when you try to start the car. Without warning, the electric lock fails to unlock, sending error message to the BCM. The car will not start in this case and will flash the intelligent key warning in the cluster. Nissan is well aware of the faulty locks they installed and choose to ignore it. They stopped using these locks ( revb, revc etc) on the 2012 Z's entirely.

- West Palm Beach , FL, USA

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