Any specific knowledge on the 2000's, or build dates/VIN's effected. My Dad (who also works at a Nissan dealership) ran my VIN through, but it came back with nothing.rlsr20de said:I work for a Nissan dealership, i am the warranty claims administrator and also a service writer, and unlike most Places i don't ignore peoples needs a have a good knowledge of the problems.
I have the same problem with my car. Every Nissan dealership
has an ASSIST terminal. It is a computer patched into Nissan and has info and Technical Service Bulletins on problems and updated info on how to fix them. There is a Bulletin on ECM reprogramming for the 01 sentra. My delearship has performed it a couple of times, and it resolves the incident. If they tell you it checks out OK, that's bulls**t. They just aren't doing there job.
Im interested to see if they step up and do there jobs.
You'd need to know the revision number of the newest ECU program, and the current version you have. Probably need a expensive scanner for that info.tgenius said:Um.. you guys must be lucky, because when I had the ECU redone, via the bulletin, NOTHING changed. I still get that nasty sulfur smell all the time. Sucks.. anyone to verify if they have infact redone the ecu somewhere? like a web where you put the vin in or somethin