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Clockspring Fits Nissan Rogue Nissan Rogue S, SL, SV 4 Cyl 2.5L QR25DE Need VIN#

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Caution Before Installing
Consulate Repair Manuel When Installing Steering Wheel or Turn Signal Assemely
1-Point Front Wheels Straight Ahead
2- Rotate 2.5 Turns from Left end
3- Follow the Instruction
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Brand: ISUMO 25567-EB301 25567-1DA0A
Aftermarket Fermium High Quality
Clockspring Spiral Cable
Quantity: 1 Piece
Nissan         Rogue              2008-2011
California; Four-Wheel Drive; S (For 2.5L Engine)
Vehicle Fitment
2008-2011 Nissan Rogue
S, SL, SV, 4Cyl 2.5L
Note: Please send us your Vehicle VIN#
to verify this is the correct part for your vehicle before we can ship
Note: if the original part have grey-White Plug , 
It is an optional part and not included in our replacement part
Remove it and install it in the new part at the same location
Features & Benefits:
Direct-fit replacement electrically operated switch that replaces damaged OE units increasing road safety and restoring steering wheel function.
Copper alloy conductors ensure superior electrical conductivity with low resistive losses
Robust design and high grade materials meet the stringent demands of today's service professional
All of their clock springs are made to OE spec to ensure proper fit, form and function
Will a malfunctioning Clockspring illuminate the check engine light or affect vehicle operation?
A defective or failing Clockspring will not affect engine operation but will trigger the SRS light indicating a system fault and compromised vehicle safety
What Are Common Causes of Failure?
Typically Clocksprings are replaced after t an accident or for mechanical failure of the assembly body or ribbon.
How to determine if the Clockspring is malfunctioning
Unusual noise when turning the steering wheel in either direction, intermittent electrical connections to the steering wheel mounted controls or the SRS light illuminated on the dash are all indicators that the clockspring has malfunctioned. Testing should only be performed with an appropriate diagnostic tool to determine the cause of the problem.