Do You Own a Nissan Vehicle? KGG Files Lawsuit over Timing System

Do you own a Nissan vehicle? Then you should continue to read this post, as your safety may be at-risk. car-accidents

Our law firm is currently involved in a punitive class action lawsuit action involving a potential defect in the timing chain tensioning systems, including the primary timing chain tensioner, primary timing chain guide, secondary timing chain tensioners and secondary timing chain tensioner shoes on several Nissan vehicles.

The vehicles include:

  • 2004-2006 Nissan Altimas (with the VQ35 engine)
  • 2004-2009 Nissan Quests
  • 2004-2008 Nissan Maximas
  • 2005-2010 Nissan Frontiers
  • 2005-2010 Nissan Xterras
  • 2005-2010 Nissan Pathfinders

When the alleged defects occur, they can lead to the destruction of engine parts, resulting in costly repairs and possible collisions.

Our lawsuit alleges that the timing chain tensioning system is prone to premature failure before the end of the life of the vehicle, and well before consumers should reasonably expect any such failure to occur.

How Do I File a Nissan Class Action Lawsuit?

Automotive manufacturers must be held liable when their defective products falter, costing consumers money and time. This can be done through a class action lawsuit, allowing all customers who have been affected to receive compensation.

If you have an interest in speaking with an attorney about this Nissan case, please contact Gary S. Graifman, Esq. to schedule a free initial consultation or complete the form on this page.

Kantrowitz, Goldhamer & Graifman, P.C. – Class Action Lawyers


10 Responses to Do You Own a Nissan Vehicle? KGG Files Lawsuit over Timing System

  1. Elizabeth Laversa says:

    I have a 2004 Nissan quest. I bought it from a family who had regular maintenance done on it every month and maintained It very well it was a one owner car so my husband and I thought great we will buy it, from the moment we bought it we experienced transmission problems The van sometimes won’t start or accelerate when the van is started. It also is making a knocking were the timing chains are leading us to believe that the timing chain will soon go, we took the van to our very reliable and moral mechanic he also agreed that the timing chains were about to go they had issues where that tensioner was slack until I receive enough oil pressure , so we haven’t driven our car in about eight months. Also the subframe needs to be replaced because the bushings are rotting out and instead of simply replacing the bushings Nissan is making my husband and I pay for an entire subframe simply for bushings I’ve almost got into two accidents in my van. I’m extremely concerned for the safety and well-being of my family right now we are a one car family because our Nissan quest is too dangerous to drive I have four children this is it ridiculous Nissan needs to be held accountable if I can put my name into this lawsuit so that the people who are already involved might have that much more of a chance of winning the case I would love to. Thank you for listening thank you for your time I hope to hear from you soon.

  2. Jamie says:

    i have a 2007 Nissan Quest with timing chain issues!!

  3. Randall Cannon says:

    I have a 2006 Nissan Maxima and it started making a ticking noise from the engine. would change the oil and it would go away for a while, but always comes back. It finally stopped going away and I now have to put my car in the shop for repairs. I started researching the issue and believe my problem is the timing tensioner.

  4. Toni LoCasto says:

    I have a 2007 Nissan Maxima making ticking noises in the engine. What can I do?

  5. Charles McNally says:

    I own a 2007 Nissan Quest

  6. Jeffrey Dombrowski says:

    I have a 2007 Nissan Altima with the VQ35 engine and my vehicle has about 47,000 miles on it and I’ve now been told that the Timing chains, tensioners and guides need to be replaced at a price of $2,900. This is absolutely ridiculous that a vehicle with under 50K mileage should have a timing chain issue and I believe that this fits your class action criteria. Please provide details for next steps to act on this matter.

    regards,
    Jeff Dombrowski
    jdombrowski@verizon.net

  7. Josh McKirdy says:

    I have a 2006 nissan altima se r with the 3.5l and i am in need of the timing chain components. How do I join this class action

  8. jim kildew says:

    i have a 2004 maxima and the tensioners are bad. how can i get involved in the lawsuit and get my car repaired?

  9. Jordan Johnson says:

    I have a 2006 Nissan Maxima with the same defects that are alleged in your complaint. I am interested in being joined as a plaintiff if possible. I would appreciate any information you are able to share regarding this litigation. Thank you for your time.

  10. Sonia Lear says:

    I’m interested in starting a similar class action in Australia as we have had the same problem with a Pathfinder and it has cost us more than $10,000 in repairs. Is it possible to look at a copy of what you guys have filed?

    Kind Regards Sonia

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