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The Nissan Rogue, a compact crossover SUV, debuted in 2007 for the 2008 model year. Currently in its third generation, this popular vehicle has become Nissan's best seller in the US and is produced at various global locations including Tennessee, Fukuoka, and Busan. The first-generation Rogue, unveiled at the 2007 North American International Auto Show, served as the brand's entry-level SUV in Canada and Mexico. Available in three trim levels in the US (S, SV, and SL), it scored well in IIHS safety evaluations. In 2013, the second-generation Rogue paralleled the X-Trail model for the North American market, introducing an optional third-row seat for a 7-passenger capacity, a four-wheel independent suspension, and improved steering and braking systems. This generation shared its interior size with Nissan models like the Murano, Altima, and Maxima. For enhanced passenger and cargo space, the third-row option was removed in the 2018 model. The third-generation Rogue, revealed in 2020 and available for sale by late October, was built on a new, albeit dimensionally similar, platform. It features a distinctive boxier front end, striking LED lighting, two-tone exterior color combinations, and an updated powertrain for the 2022 model year. In essence, the Nissan Rogue showcases progressive design and functionality adaptations, reinforcing its position as a favored compact crossover SUV.

Despite the popularity of the Nissan Rogue SUV among various age groups, it's not impervious to wear and tear, eventually leading to breakdowns. Proactive knowledge can help delay these issues. A common engine problem is the vehicle failing to accelerate or stopping while driving. Other symptoms may include reduced engine performance, decreased gas mileage, power, and acceleration. Squealing noises, overheating, or starting problems could also indicate engine troubles. It's important to check the air filter, oil filter, spark plug, serpentine belt, and drive belt when the Check Engine Light is illuminated. According to, another frequent issue is Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) failure, often manifested through leaked grease inside the wheel, vibrations from the CV axle, or clicking noises while turning, especially at around 100,000 miles. A loose and shaky steering wheel may also indicate this problem, necessitating a check of the CV boot, sway bar bushing, tie rod end, and sway bar link. Beyond these issues, maintaining a comfortable and safe driving environment requires additional effort. The cabin air filter, which purifies air in the compartment, should be cleaned regularly to prevent clogging, particularly to safeguard occupants with respiratory conditions. It's also crucial to maintain the emblem, seat belt, headlight, fog light, and wiper blade regularly, as they can be affected by heat and harsh weather conditions, ensuring a safe and pleasant driving experience.

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Nissan Rogue Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How to remove and replace the fuel pump/fuel level sensor module and sub fuel level sensor module?
    A: The fuel pump/fuel level sensor module is on the right side of the fuel tank, and the sub fuel level sensor module is on the left. To remove, relieve the fuel pressure, disconnect the battery, remove the rear seat cushion and access cover, disconnect the electrical connector and fuel supply line, and remove the lock ring. Carefully lift the modules, replace the fuel level sensor and O-ring seal, and reconnect the fuel tube quick connector.
  • Q: How do you remove the air filter housing on Nissan Rogue?
    A: To remove the air filter box on 2013 and earlier models/2014 and later Rogue Select models, remove the air inlet duct, battery, and battery tray. Disconnect the MAF sensor and remove the box fasteners. To remove the upper resonator, loosen the clamp and remove the bolt. For the lower resonator, remove the air inlet duct and the resonator through the wheel well opening.
  • Q: How to remove the radiator and Coolant Reservoir?
    A: To remove the radiator, make sure to disassemble the cooling fan as well as the radiator clips. Installation is the reverse of removal, ensuring the radiator is properly seated. For the coolant reservoir, detach the hose, remove the nut, and take out the reservoir.