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The place for your 2009-present Nissan 370Z questions and discussions! For owners and prospective owners only.
Common Problems with the 370Z
This problem has occured on many 370z’s. Basically, the clutch won’t disengage until the pedal gets lower and lower, and eventually it fails all together. It’s important to watch your clutch fluid levels just in case, but warranty or aftermarket replacement should fix the problem.
This problem tends to happen when fuel levels are extremely low. The starvation occurs through long sweeping corners when the fuel is pulled away from the pump. The best tactic to avoid disaster is to not let the fuel level get too low.
This is another common problem with the 370. The steering wheel lock can fail, causing an extremely unsafe situation. The lock can either be replaced by an aftermarket unit, or you can pull the unit apart and remove the lock all together as seen here.
The transmissions make some noise. It’s not hurting anything, just something to be aware of
This may be linked to a failing CSC, but some owners have reported a “shudder” when starting in 1st.
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So I’m deciding to get a 370z…. But I was asking if you guys could help me which trim I should get. I wanna upgrade it as much as possible. Thanks!