Nissan customer service is aware of the problem, which requires a software update. You should schedule an appointment with a dealership. Do not allow them to persuade you to get a diagnostic test performed on it. Contact Nissan customer service if they start being funny about it, and they should notify your dealership that they must comply. After the software upgrade, my issue, which I too had, is now resolved.
I own a diesel with a 65-plate. Herein lies my issue. It has been going on for almost eight months.
For roughly 20 seconds, all three devices—Bluetooth, radio, and phone—go silent before coming back. Podcasts continue to play on the Bluetooth-connected phone (rather than stops).
This can happen every five seconds or not for around twenty minutes. The center console eventually glows brightly, shuts off, and restarts. If I follow the satnav, I will need to enter the address again, but it will already be saved from earlier trips. After rebooting, it sometimes immediately starts cutting out again, and other times it doesn’t.
Although the buildup to the reset seems to follow a pattern, the actual timing of it is unpredictable. Although my electronic engineer brain is telling me it’s overheating and tripping out, or a short (thus the bright display flash), I’m at a loss. Heat, time on, weather, type of journey/driving, I can’t spot anything.
Frequently, the radio goes dark for 20 seconds.
Hi everybody, The radio system on my QQ Mk 2 1200 Tekna has started to sporadically go out for almost exactly 20 seconds at a time. Before restoring it, it will lose radio reception, phone Bluetooth connection, etc. On occasion, it results in a complete system shutdown and restart. It can occur ten times in an hour or only once. Any suggestions for a place to look first?
I looked through some older threads and discovered that I last updated my software two years ago. However, I tested by turning off Bluetooth and the issue persisted, so I don’t believe my phone is to blame.
Traffic updates will interrupt the radio with the update if the volume is set to silence rather than off, but you won’t hear it because the volume is so low.
Same issue here (1.5d 2016 model). I told my dealer the description below of the error; they looked into it and updated the software. However, the issue I continue to have is obviously unrelated to the upgrade. I’m waiting for their response to learn how they’ll fix it (still under warranty)
Media player keeps cutting out (sporadically); this usually happens after around 15-20 minutes. If it cuts off, whatever is playing (whether DAB, Bluetooth, USB, or CD) pauses for around 25 seconds before starting again. A “Station is now not available” notice is shown during this time on DAB. It subsequently becomes increasingly frequent for the unit to continue cutting out throughout the voyage; occasionally many times in quick succession. And it appears that the device “reboots” by turning itself totally off and restarting with the Nissan logo after about 8 or 9 cutouts.
My Nissan dealer informed me that they had been instructed not to provide any additional upgrades because they were ineffective, which seems to be pretty frequent. I have joined the waiting list for the new one that is on the way, but they are unable to tell me how long it will take. Three weeks ago, something occurred.
The Satnav also stops working when the radio starts up in this case. Not covered by warranty, so unless someone has some fantastic suggestions, it appears I’m stuck with it!
Hello, I’ve been waiting for the new software update ever since the first one failed. Finally, Nissan called me. A fresh update is currently accessible.
Why does the alarm on my Nissan Juke constantly going off?
It’s annoying when a car alarm goes off all night, and it’s embarrassing when it’s your car. It won’t just keep you up at night; the neighbors will get upset. A statutory nuisance notice may result from issues with your car’s alarm system. Even worse, it can prevent you from recognizing when a genuine intrusion occurs.
Your auto alarm may sound repeatedly for a number of reasons, including defective sensors, a low battery, wiring issues, and a broken key fob. Unevenly closed doors are another potential source. While most problems may be resolved with an alarm or ECU reset, others may need professional assistance.
Finding out what causes your auto alarm to suddenly start beeping can help you choose the best line of action to permanently silence it. Here are some typical causes of a recurring automobile alarm:
Along with the items on the list, keep in mind that mistakes like sitting on your key fob or mistakenly pressing the panic button (the red button with the color-coded alarm sign) can also cause your alarm to go off. Therefore, be cautious to rule out the obvious explanations first before looking into the items listed.
What triggers the sporadic activation of my automobile alarm?
Low battery voltage or an improperly calibrated movement sensor are the two most frequent causes of an intermittent automobile alarm. Additionally, it might be brought on by a broken key fob, door lock sensor, hood latch sensor, or an improperly fitted car alarm.
How can I prevent my car alarm from chirping at random?
What do you do when the alarm goes off in the middle of the night and tries to wake up everyone in the vicinity? You can try a few simple things to stop it instantly.
- Open and close the car doors. To lock or unlock the car, depress the button on the key fob or, if it doesn’t work, put the actual key into the door. Typically, the actual key is concealed inside the key fob made of plastic. Before you can do this, you might need to find the keyhole on the door handle of the car, which is frequently concealed by a plastic flap.
- Start the vehicle. Try turning the ignition to the on position or starting the engine if opening the door doesn’t work. If the car permits it, this could temporarily turn off your bothersome alert while you come up with a more long-term fix. While some automobiles have the ignition located behind the push-button starter (which you may remove by pulling the button), others will have the key holes located in more peculiar locations.
- Cut off the power. If all else fails, depriving your auto alarm of electricity by unplugging the battery is a great way to turn it off. Removing the negative (black) battery connector from the battery is one quick way to accomplish this.
Has the Nissan Jukes an alarm system?
A good query. Since I always depress the button on the door handle or the key fob to lock the car, I never paid attention to whether the door locks automatically.
Alarm is active when the key fob button is depressed or the doors are manually locked.
If you mention that the Juke has a vehicle immobilizer system as well, you might be able to negotiate a larger discount.
How is the Nissan alarm turned off?
Your car’s fuses are controlled by a control box that is on the left side of the front. Pulling out the “Horn 1” and “Horn 2” connectors will manually turn off the alarm. Alternately, you can turn off the alarm system by using your key to open either the driver’s side door or the trunk lid.
A Nissan Qashqai has an immobilizer, right?
Keyless entry and an immobilizer are included on the Nissan Qashqai, however an alarm is not.
The Cobra AK4615 CAN-BUS upgrade alarm, which functions wonderfully with the factory remote, is what I advise.