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.
Didn't help the vibration..I've had this problem too.. I'm actually changing my transmission fluid today. I'll see if that changes anything..
Thats what I was thinking. My mom used to have a Mazda 626 and it did it til my dad replaced the tranny mount.Check the motor mounts...
First thing I thought when I started reading!Check the motor mounts...
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?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.