All wheel drive

Asked by Oct 08, 2016 at 01:08 PM about the 2008 Nissan Rogue SL AWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I was just waiting In a long line up with the radio of
my car on. When I went to start my car it wouldn't
start, so I tried a few times and fluttered my gas and
it started. But now my AWD is on. I drive a 2008
Nissan Rogue, any one know if this will go away

3 Answers


I doubt it will go away, it is telling you there is a problem with the AWD system and needs to be checked out professionally, don't put this off as transfer case problem can result. As far as the hard start, I am thinking it could have been a fuel vaporization problem in the fuel lines during a hot soak, sometimes you will have to cycle the key a few times to clear this out, turn on then off for 10 seconds then turn on and then off again for 10 seconds then try to start it. Try to use top tier fuel as this helps with this type of problem.

i have a problem with my Nissan Rogue, the transfer case has gone bad and the dealership has had it foe a week now


That sound normal for an Asian vehicle, it takes time to get parts, especially if it has to ordered from the factory.

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