QueenBee wrote:IMO Nissan is fixing this without any issues for those who ask. At this point if you are asking a dealership that can't verify you have the previous charger and if so get it replaced I would seriously reconsider if that dealership is capable of providing quality service for you.
Yes, I suppose they are. What I really meant was that: a) it sounds like many dealers (not mine) won't do anything about it or know what to do without a TSB on it; b) they seem to be sending engineers out for each case - that just seems time consuming and not cost effective (why bother if they KNOW it's an issue, which they do).
QueenBee wrote:Neat that Bill Grossi actually came out. He have anything good to say?
He was polite, but not particularly chatty. I got the distinct impression he was annoyed at having to travel all the way out from SF when I can only barely hear it at the panel and not in the house... He didn't seem to acknowledge that I wanted it fixed because "what if I move" or "what if I sell the car" and it has problems in the new location and is out of warranty at the time. Fix it now, *before* it becomes a real issue. That said, I have no reason to believe they won't...