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Closeup view of the instrument panel inside a Nissan Vehicle

What Do the Warning Lights in My Nissan Vehicle Mean?

Warning Lights in Your Nissan Vehicle

Are you trying to learn more about the warning lights inside your Nissan vehicle? If so, then you have come to the right place! The staff here at Nissan Guam is here to help educate their customers on what the warning lights inside Nissan vehicles mean. Your Nissan vehicle’s warning lights could simply indicate that a certain feature is active or, in some cases, indicate there is a significant issue with the vehicle. Let’s explore what these warning lights mean together! Read the rest of this entry >>

front right tire of red nissan altima

What is the Nissan Easy-Fill Tire Alert System?

Have you tried to put air in your car’s tires? If you have owned a car for more than a year or two and your answer was “no,” you might be a liar. Every car owner needs to fill their tires at some point or another. Without the right tire pressure machine, it can be a lot of guesswork. Well, Nissan has recognized that problem and is working to solve it by introducing the Easy-Fill Tire Alert System. Learn about how it works below.  Read the rest of this entry >>

man plugging nose

Why does my Nissan smell bad? 

Have you ever noticed a mysterious odor coming from somewhere in your car? Oh, it’s just that old fish you forgot about after a day on the water. Wait, something still smells funky. Take that trash bag out of your back seat. Man, how filthy is your car? Is there still a bad smell? Well, unless it’s just lingering from your nasty habits, it could be a problem with your Nissan. Keep reading to learn about what causes some bad odors in your car.  Read the rest of this entry >>

person fixing wiper blade

How to change your wiper blades

When your windshield wipers become ineffective, it is equally annoying and dangerous. If they have ever become damaged while driving in the rain, you know that your visibility is next to nothing. If that does happen to you, pull over as safely as possible, turn your hazards on, and wait for the rain to pass. If, however, you are fortunate enough to see that you need to replace your blades outside of a rainstorm, check out the following steps to making that happen.  Read the rest of this entry >>