Complaints With The 2016-2019 Nissan Pathfinder
The Nissan Pathfinder is a spacious 7-seater car that is popular with families and those who use their car for business. While the Pathfinder is a reliable car for many, there have been a number of complaints reported about defects with the Pathfinder.
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Faults reported with the 2016-2019 Nissan Pathfinder range from a defective power train, cooling problems, electric system failures, and transmission faults.
A leak into the transmission system from the cooling system is causing lots of problems with Pathfinder drivers. This complaint is one of the most frequent but is not being solved. When this fault occurs, the Pathfinder does not drive or accelerates very poorly.
The electronics of the vehicle frequently fail, and numerous warnings illuminate which leads drivers to feel unsafe in their vehicle. The security system and key recognizer also fail.
Shaking, juddering, and vibrating are all common words used to describe the experience of driving this car. These issues are down to power train faults that become apparent when driving at slow speeds and when the clutch is activated.
Seat belts and Air Bag
A defective seat belt sensor is causing concerns for Pathfinder owners. Cars released in 2016-2019 are showing signs of defects as the sensor constantly beeps until the belt is released and secured again. The sensor system for the air bag is also showing to be a big problem for many drivers and is, understandably, a worry when it comes to safety.
NHTSA Vehicle Safety Recall
The NHTSA has issued a number of recalls for the 2016-2019 Nissan Pathfinder due to the following concerns:
- No Back-Up Camera Display Image/FMVSS 111
- Passenger Air Bag may not Deploy due to OCS Error
- Brake Fluid Can Leak Into ABS P