If your dealer is stonewalling you or incompetent and the new dealer wont work with you I'd start contacting any consumer advocate sites, trade publications, auto blogs, etc. You have a commercial van, right? You can always put a nice vinyl wrap on it with a big lemon and the dealerships name or maybe your issues along with Nissan's Corp Number. You're out and about all over the city, I am sure it will get attention. I dont know if your company's info is already wrapped on the van so that could be an issue...
We had problems on one of our old campers. Dealer actually caused the problem but were denying everything. Manufacturer didnt want to help even though it was brand new (and their defect caused the issue in the first place). I started posting on their FB page, Twitter and all the RV forums I could find. I then sent another email to the company with links to all said posts and the "lovely" reaction they were getting. Two days later I got a call from corp telling me to send to another dealer to have things fixed right for free.
Does CA have an effective Lemon Law? Keep taking it back for the same problem and have it documented and ask for paperwork each time. Call the states AG or BBB against the dealership. Have any local news stations that do the consumer advocate pieces?
EDIT - found the Lemon Law - http://www.dca.ca.go...les/englemn.pdf
Point is, start making some serious noise and somebody should listen. It's not "right" but you have an expensive vehicle that isnt working and cant get resolution through normal channels.
Edited by ASD Dad, 26 June 2015 - 09:00 AM.
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