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2014 Nissan Sentra

2020-03-31T22:01:28+00:00

Nissan Sentra

Mileage
51,030
Service Date
3/30/2020
Services Performed
  • Front brakes @ 2mm (Outer pads). Recommend pads w/ rotors and clean and adjust rear brakes (Shoes/Drums). Front axles have play (Moderate). Recommend front axles. Rear shock through-bolt bushings tearing. Recommend rear shocks. Coolant low (Topped off). Washer fluid low (Topped off).
  • Removed drum assemblies from left rear and right rear hubs. Cleaned drum assemblies and shoes and hardware using DOT compliant brake parts cleaner. Adjusted brake shoe adjusters slightly (1/4 turn). Assembled rear drum assemblies in reverse order of removal. Torqued rear wheels to 83 ft lbs per OEM specifications.
  • Removed fasteners holding right front and left front brake calipers to brackets. Removed (2) caliper bracket bolts on left front and right front bracket assemblies. Removed brackets and old pads and rotors. Cleaned bracket assemblies, calipers, and dust shields with DOT compliant brake parts cleaner. Installed NEW rotors to left front and right front of vehicle. Opened brake fluid bleed valves and compressed pistons of left front and right front caliper assemblies. Replaced caliper bracket abutment clips and installed NEW pads on left front and right front caliper bracket assemblies. Lubricated all contact points and caliper slides. Assembled brake assemblies in reverse order of removal. Torqued wheel assemblies to 83 ft lbs per OEM specification. Test drove vehicle for (2) miles. No issues observed. Front brake system operating as designed. Vehicle may return to service.
 
Mark F. gave our service a 5 star review on 3/30/2020
2014 Nissan Sentra 2020-03-31T22:01:28+00:00

2006 Nissan Xterra

2019-12-31T23:02:03+00:00

Nissan Xterra

Mileage
167,705
Service Date
12/22/2019
Services Performed
  • Technician found the Serpentine Belt was loose. Replace belt and tensioner assembly and recheck for operation afterwards. HIGH probability of other concerns present. Belt and tensioner require replacement FIRST.
  • TOWING
  • Removed covers over engine to access belt and tensioner assembly. Noted (1) bolt missing from upper engine cover, and air filter housing not attached prior to service. Also has upper grill held on with wire prior to service. Removed belt and tensioner assembly from vehicle. Inspected pulleys with belt removed. Found idler pulley and thermostatic cooling fan pulley bearings have play. Will require replacement of idler pulley and cooling fan pulley bracket assembly for proper operation. Installed NEW tensioner and torqued (1) mounting bolt to specification, and installed NEW belt.
  • Removed all (4) mounting bolts for fan assembly. Removed fan and pulley assembly from fan bracket. (NOTE: All (4) studs require rethreading). Removed all (4) mounting bolts for fan bracket assembly. Removed fan bracket assembly. Transferred original fan mounting studs from old fan bracket assembly to NEW fan bracket assembly. Installed NEW bracket assembly in reverse order of removal. Installed original fan assembly and original pulley. Torqued all (4) mounting bolts and all (4) nuts to specification. (NOTE: (1) stud is beyond repair. Recommend replacement. Dealer-only part).
  • Removed pulley and transferred hardware. Installed NEW pulley.
  • Rethreaded (4) mounting studs. (1) stud is stripped beyond repair. Dealer-only part. Will not arrive until after January 1st due to holidays. Recommend returning and having all (4) studs replaced with NEW, dealer studs.
 
Joaquin C. gave our service a 5 star review on 12/27/2019
2006 Nissan Xterra 2019-12-31T23:02:03+00:00