We won't flame for getting info on the Versa over there. They have info there and have been around alot longer. But what would be better is finding documents online other then them and posting here. That way we will be the site that people say "if you search nissanversaforums.com" they have the info on this problem.common problem with versa's mine just started
(dont flame me) if you search on nissanversa.org (nico) there are quite a few people that have the problem pretty well documented. Ive heard getting the whole steering shaft replaced, fixes the problem. Im headed to the dealer monday morning to get mine fixed.
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Yes people everyone always post the solution to your problems. Seen this happen too much on forums. If no solution is posted then while your car is fixed the next person to have the issue will have the same clueless feeling you had. Sometimes dealers don't explain things but if getting it fixed by them then ask for the explanation. If you are really ambitious then ask for the part number that fixed the issue. Reason being when we are all out of warranty and need to do these repairs ourselves it will be much easier.let me know if replacing steering shaft solves the problem . can you also feel it in the steering wheel ? let me know what dealer helps you (phone number of the dealer) so that i can talk whith them also. thanks
That is the usual axle click. This clunking while turning right accompanied by the feeling in the steering wheel is the intermediate shaft. It's what connects the steering column to the steering wrack.same issue with my old civic the problem was my axle joint, the rubber that connects to the wheel split and leaked the oil that let the joint turn smooth, without that oil when you turn it grinds up and clunks. idk if its the same with the versa but it maybe