I live in Egypt. Car dealers here are known to be really shady, and dishonest. I recently purchased a 2014 Nissan Juke. The car stopped running after only my fourth time driving it, and the dealer claims this is the result of water in the fuel system, in which case, the damage is not covered in the warranty. I don't know the full extent of the damage, but the dealer suspects there is something serious wrong with the engine. I only fueled the car one time, and the incident occurred many days later. If the gasoline was really tainted, wouldn't the car have stopped soon after I left the gas station?
August 21: I bought the car and immediately fueled it at a Mobil gas station after leaving the Nissan dealership and drove 5 km to my home. The car remained parked for over a week.
August 30: I drove 8 km total to the DMV and back.
September 1: Went out and drove the car about 20-25 km.
September 2: Drove about 15 km, and then the car stopped running.
Is it possible that water got in my fuel tank?
have the same problem?
Saturday, September 13th, 2014 AT 5:43 AM