What Are Common Nissan Juke Problems?
Common Nissan Juke problems include fuel system problems and engine problems, according to CarComplaints.com. These were the most common areas for concern on the 2011 Nissan Juke.
Air conditioning problems are another issue that widely affects Nissan Jukes, according to BreakerYard.com. The air conditioning system may stop blowing out cold air, which is likely caused by a broken pipe to the air conditioning pump. If the Nissan Juke is still under warranty this can be fixed for free.
Nissan Jukes are also prone to experiencing problems with the O2 sensor. This affects the car’s power when starting up. A warning light may come on for this problem on the dashboard. To solve this problem the car will need to be taken to a Nissan dealer for testing.
Some owners have experienced problems with condensation under the fog light lenses, particularly on cold mornings. If allowed to remain, the condensation will continue to build up. Drilling small holes in the fog lights should allow the water to drain away.
Others have experienced problems with the Nissan Juke gearbox. On some cars, the gears do not engage properly, particularly on the first and fifth gears. This may become smoother with time, or the gearbox may need replacing.