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Has anyone had a fix or heard any info from Nissan on this issue?
I have a 2007 Versa that does NOT do this but the 2010 Versa I just purchased has a vibrating (pulsing) brake pedal when I am stopped in gear and have my foot on the pedal. You can actually hear it chattering. Putting the car in neutral will stop the vibration completely.


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this is an odd problem. If it doesn't do it in neutral but does it in gear it would seem to be a transmission issue. Maybe just a clutch issue. What did the dealer say about it? Keep us updated.
 

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Yeah my CVT does this as well, it's even worse when I activate electronics, etc, probably a different vibration. I am going to get things checked out by Nissan at some point.
 

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Check the motor mounts...
First thing I thought when I started reading!

I know the car seems too new, but I'd still check the mounts. It sounds like it to me, this is what our Astro did and it needed a new transmission mount and one of the motor mounts.
 

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What's involved in checking them anyway?

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Engine mounts seem easy enough to check but the transmission mounts?!
 

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rock the whole engine manually front to back, listening/feeling for any clunks/sloppiness. Compare to another V if u can, or ask a mechanic to take a minute to check for ya
 

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Discussion Starter · #11 · (Edited)
Has anyone had a fix or heard any info from Nissan on this issue?
I have a 2007 Versa that does NOT do this but the 2010 Versa I just purchased has a vibrating (pulsing) brake pedal when I am stopped in gear and have my foot on the pedal. You can actually hear it chattering. Putting the car in neutral will stop the vibration completely.


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Ok A litttle self diagnosis found the issue. Its the idle speed of my 2010 Versa vs the 2007. When in D with my foot on the brake, my 2010 idles at 600 RPM. My 2007 idles at 800-850. The low idle speed is definitly causing the vibration. If I increase RPM on my 2010 to 800 RPM while holding brake pedal down the brake pedal vibration stops. Anyone know how to adjust idle on the Versa?
 
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