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What problems are most commonly associated with the Nissan Rogue?

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The problems most commonly associated with the Nissan Rogue include failure of the fuel gauge, sunroof problems, failure of the A/C blower fan, automatic transmission problems and failure of the engine light. Other problems include the radio turning on or off randomly, and failure of the engine and brakes.

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What problems are most commonly associated with the Nissan Rogue?
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A faulty fuel level sender can cause failure of the fuel gauge, making it impossible to know the level of fuel in the tank. Interference from the wind deflector may make it difficult for the sunroof to close completely, or to reopen randomly. A faulty air temperature blend door causes the heater to blow only warm or cold air in the Nissan Rogue, resulting in heating problems.

Automatic transmission fluid leakage and failure to change oil and fluid regularly can lead to automatic transmission problems. A faulty oxygen sensor, a loose gas cap, or a defective catalytic converter can result in a problematic engine light.

Loosely connected wires can cause the radio to turn on and off when the car hits bumps, or when the door is slammed. Low levels of brake fluid, contaminated brake fluid, or worn our brake pads can loosen the Nissan brakes. A faulty transmission pump can cause the engine to stall and produce unusual noises.

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