2014 Nissan Pathfinder accessories - interior problems: sun visors will not stay up

Sun Visors Will Not Stay Up

2014 Nissan Pathfinder

This problem may be covered under warranty. Ask your Nissan dealer.

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CarComplaints.com Notes: The 2014 has a small, but significant number of transmission complaints at low mileage. The issue is part of a class-action lawsuit that says the Pathfinder's transmission shakes violently during acceleration between 15mph and 30mph.

7.2

pretty bad
Typical Repair Cost:
$140
Average Mileage:
53,350 miles
Total Complaints:
19 complaints

Most Common Solutions:

  1. replace visors (17 reports)
  2. not sure (2 reports)
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2014 Nissan Pathfinder Owner Comments

problem #19

Dec 012018

Pathfinder S 3.5

  • Automatic transmission
  • 82,000 miles

A D V E R T I S E M E N T S

First the driver's side sun visor broke and would not stay up. I thought well I will pick one up from Nissan if not covered under warranty. They wanted over $125 for one visor. This is not even the visor with lights?!

A month later the passenger side broke! I had to take them both down so that they were not flapping all over as we drove. This becomes a safety issue no matter if you leave the sun visor hanging down flapping around or if you remove it as the sun will blind you! I finally ordered a pair on ebay for $80 dollars.

I cannot believe this has not resulted in a recall as it is definitely a safety issues.

- adammaryland, Pasadena, MD, US

problem #18

Dec 182018

Pathfinder SL 3.5L

  • Automatic transmission
  • 29,569 miles

Both visors have broke. Thin plastic covered with material, metal device inside turns against plastic way to much pressure for such cheap material. That popping noise is a sign that of the pressure it has on the rotation device. Took apart old visor, what great engineering, not possible to last. No more Nissan, seat cover keeps coming unhooked, door trim came loose, cargo door bumpers broke off, roof rail seals replaced, cowl covers to wiper arms under hood fell out laying somewhere on some road, all this started after 5000 miles.

- Kat G., Green Cove Springs, FL, US

problem #17

Jun 012018

Pathfinder Limited V6 3.5L

  • CVT transmission
  • 68,500 miles

The second visor I will have to fix on the car. The part is $200 and not worth $50 because its made of cheap plastic. The visor hangs down right in from of my eyes and could break my nose if I had to stop quickly. The car is made so cheaply. Will never buy Nissan again. Very disappointed. Never had this problem with my Honda, Hyundai, Toyota.

- Scott A., South Jordan, UT, US

problem #16

Sep 042016

Pathfinder

  • Automatic transmission
  • 24,000 miles

A D V E R T I S E M E N T S

I purchased a 2014 Pathfinder in September of 2014 and the drivers side sun visor will no longer stay up, it has been getting progressively worse over the last several years. I have searched online to see if this was a known issue with Nissan and apparently it is but Nissan is not taking any ownership for the faulty equipment.

My husband is over six foot tall and he cannot drive the Pathfinder at all anymore because it obstructs his visibility unless he ducks down to see underneath the visor...that is ridiculous.

I continue to receive marketing materials making me offers to trade in my 2014 Pathfinder for a new 2019 Pathfinder but why in the world would I ever even consider purchasing another Nissan vehicle with such obvious shortfalls with basic functionality.

Take ownership of your product defects and fix the safety issues. Most Corporations look for customer loyalty, recommendations and repeat customers but apparently Nissan is focused on one-and-done customer interaction.

Very Disappointed.

- dmichalick, Fredericksburg, US

problem #15

May 012018

Pathfinder Limited V6 3.5L

  • CVT transmission
  • 68,000 miles

Cheap manufacturing. The cost of $200 means this stuff should be solid, but its not. This has happened to both visors. My Toyota, Honda, and Hyundai have not had these problems -- ever.

- Scott A., South Jordan, UT, US

problem #14

Jun 012016

Pathfinder

  • Automatic transmission
  • 50,000 miles

I've owned many vehicles, bought a few new and some used. In the 25 + years I've been driving, I've never come across a vehicle where the sun visors break. Wear and Tear is one thing, but I rarely used the visors. Usually have sunglasses and I'm at work before sunrise and headed home after dark. Both visors pretty much stopped staying up at the same time. Very annoying to say the least and extremely disenchanted with Nissan that will do nothing about it. Obviously a bad design or a defect in the manufacturing process.

Took to the dealership for a quote, wanted almost $300 per visor to replace?!?!?!?!?! Out of control, huge safety issue in my opinion. I'm not cheap but refuse to pay $600 for something that should never have even been an issue. I just got some Velcro strips to keep them up, $5 cheap band aid for now.

- Chris Y., Houston, US

problem #13

Feb 012018

Pathfinder SV 3.5L V6

  • Automatic transmission
  • 38,000 miles

A D V E R T I S E M E N T S

Visor won't stay up or in a locked position either. Will require replacement. Multiple complaints on this as well. Definitely a safety issue.

- Kyfho S., Waxahachie, TX, US

problem #12

May 212018

Pathfinder V6

  • Automatic transmission
  • 103,100 miles

I noticed the clicking when ever I would lower the visor on the driver's side. One day I got in the car and it had dropped all the way down. I thought I had left it down but when I attempted to put it up it was in fact broken and would not stay up. I think this should be added as a recall because this is a defect. I didn't do anything to cause this problem but now I'm out $169.00 to correct it. Of course I had to get it fixed in a hurry it was very annoying and obstructing part of my view when driving.-:( This really sucks!!!

- alesiasmith01as, Montgomery, US

problem #11

Apr 082017

Pathfinder ES V6

  • Automatic transmission
  • 61,000 miles

Have complained to the dealership, they wanted $175.00 plus labor to replace. Said there had been a lot of complaints, to call Nissan Corporation and see if they would cover it. They turned me down flat!!!

- tdh673, West Paducah, US

problem #10

Aug 012017

Pathfinder

  • Automatic transmission
  • 98,000 miles

They need to recall this problem and fix it! It is very expensive to get these replaced and the automobile it's pretty new to have this problem!

- Maria A., Simpsonville, US

problem #9

Apr 012018

Pathfinder S

  • CVT transmission
  • 66,000 miles

A D V E R T I S E M E N T S

I haven't posted pictures, but I will add to this complaint. I noticed it when I started hitting my head on my visor when it was supposed to be back in place in the up right position. I am unable to see the road when the visor is down to keep the sun out of my eyes. I noticed the passenger side one is starting to hang lower than normal too. Guess I should of realized what was happening when the mechanism inside of it pops when I close it. I thought it was just how it worked.

- Ashley N., Schertz, TX, US

problem #8

Aug 302017

Pathfinder ES 3.2L V6

  • Automatic transmission
  • 65,251 miles

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I feel that if Nissan has this many issues with the vehicles and the dealerships know, then they should put out a recall for this as a safety concern.

- Elsie H., Radford, US

problem #7

Jun 052017

Pathfinder LX 3.2L V6

  • Automatic transmission
  • 22,000 miles

This is my 2nd time reaching out to Nissan to see if the issue that I mentioned as part of a customer satisfaction survey regarding a sun visor issue. Both visors started by clicking whenever its put down. Months later the driver side visor totally broke. I have removed it for now as it was obstructing while driving. It should be a recall due to the amount of people that have the same issue. Both visors have the same issues. I am sure the passenger side visor will eventually break just like the drivers side. I believe this should be a recall.

- Ganesh N., Ashburn, VA, US

problem #6

Jul 012017

Pathfinder Platinum 3.6L

  • Automatic transmission
  • 38,407 miles

The Sun visor broken and is hanging at the front. This is a manufacturing defect as both the Visors, the one in the left and right are broken at the same location. Company needs to rectify this by replacing it.

- Jithin K., Dubai, United Arab Emirates

problem #5

Jun 012017

Pathfinder SV

  • Automatic transmission
  • 65,000 miles

Same deal here, started clicking a year or so ago. It is now completely broken & hangs straight down.

- porterk, Madison, US

problem #4

May 022017

Pathfinder

  • Automatic transmission
  • 38,790 miles

Both visors started by clicking whenever its put down. Months later the driver side visor totally broke. I have it tied up with a wire right now because I don't think I should have to get it fixed. Its should be a recall due to the amount of people that have the same issue. Both visors have the same issues. I am sure the passenger side visor will eventually break just like the drivers side. I believe this should be a recall.

- Mary A., Pikesville, US

problem #3

Jan 012016

Pathfinder SL 3.2L

  • Automatic transmission
  • 42,000 miles

this should be a recall, it is all over the webs as an issue and it is dangerous to drive if the visor falls down at any given moment. the plastic inside cracks and the visor will not stay up.

- asm1275, St Augustine, FL, US

problem #2

Jul 182016

Pathfinder ES

  • Manual transmission
  • 20,000 miles

They had to order the part; still waiting on the 2nd visor to come in.

- phillije, Antioch, TN, US

problem #1

Mar 012015

Pathfinder LX 3.2L

  • Automatic transmission
  • 34,000 miles

I bought the car in March 2015. Both visors began slipping down to block the view out the front window. I had to resort to putting duck tape on them to hold them in place. Very attractive in a new car. I called 2 local Nissan dealerships here int he metroplex. My call was never returned. I bought a new visor for the drivers side to replace that one and had it installed by a body man.

- Patricia M., Arlington, TX, US

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