Updated March 29, 2018 07:52:54 Nissan Rogue interior doors have long been synonymous with Nissan, but for many, they also represent a car’s most serious flaw.
In a new study, researchers at Duke University and the University of Texas, Austin found that Nissan Rogue door assemblies can be damaged by air and moisture and lead to serious problems.
“The most common type of door assembly damage we found was moisture damage,” said lead researcher Mark A. Miller, a Duke University electrical engineering professor.
“In our study, we found a high percentage of interior doors that have moisture damage.
In a very high percentage, we also found damage to interior panels that are covered in dust or dirt.”
The researchers found that the moisture damage is most likely to occur in a two-door vehicle.
A two- or four-door model was associated with a higher probability of damage than a four- or six-door car, they found.
The study is the first to examine the moisture damages that can occur inside of two- and four-doors.
Miller and his team were interested in determining how many times a two or four door can be impacted by moisture damage and how many of those impacts are significant enough to cause major damage to the interior panel.
To measure the amount of moisture damage, the researchers used a moisture-resistant door seal to seal an open panel of a two door vehicle to ensure that the seal did not come loose during testing.
The researchers measured the amount, type, and location of moisture damages using a moisture gauge that measured moisture on the exterior of the door.
A moisture gauge can measure the degree of moisture within the door, which in turn can indicate the degree to which the door seal will be damaged.
The findings indicate that moisture damage to two- to four-wheel-drive vehicles is not limited to the exterior panels.
The moisture damage was most common in the exterior areas of the two- door vehicle, where about 25 percent of the total moisture damage in the vehicle was recorded.
In contrast, the moisturedamage was most prevalent in the interior areas of a four or six door vehicle.
When looking at damage to each interior panel, the team found that when the moisture was on the interior panels, about 90 percent of it was within the first two inches of the panels.
That was because the moisture damaged most of the interior space in a four to six door model, but only in the rear interior areas.
The damage to these rear interior panels was less severe, but still significant.
The team noted that when moisture damage occurred in the center of a three- or five-door four door vehicle (where the majority of damage was caused), the moisture did not damage the interior surface and only 1 percent of damage to a four door was considered significant.
When damage was occurring at the corners of a five- or seven-door five door vehicle with the moisture most concentrated on the front, the damage was much more severe.
The team found an average of 24 percent of damages occurred at the center corners of the vehicle.
The majority of these damages were caused by moisture in the front and rear.
When the researchers looked at damage from moisture damage occurring within a vehicle’s trunk, they noted that the severity of damage varied depending on the model.
The severity of the damage to an open trunk can be as simple as one-quarter to one-third of the panel.
In addition, the severity can vary depending on how much damage is occurring.
For example, if the moisture is concentrated in the area of the trunk, the vehicle may have a very minor amount of damage.
When it comes to door damage, there are three major types of damage that can be caused by dryness or moisture damage:Air leaks into the vehicle and causes the door to open.
Water drips onto the exterior panel, and a spray of water can penetrate the interior door seal.
Air leaks onto the interior and can damage the door’s interior surfaces.
When moisture damage occurs, air leaks onto interior panels.
The water can also penetrate the door and damage the doors interior surfaces or can damage them completely.
Water damage can also damage interior door panels, such as the door frame and doors interior.
The moisture damage can cause door panels to bend or break when exposed to air.
When a moisture damaged panel or door panel breaks, it can damage its entire interior surface, leading to minor damage to panels and door panels.
In this case, the entire interior door is vulnerable to damage, and damage can damage doors interior and door panel surfaces.
The degree of damage caused by water damage is not as critical as the severity, but the researchers note that the degree can vary.
For example, a one-inch moisture damage on a three door model results in a 2.3 percent degree of dryness damage.
But in a six- or nine-door Model S, the degree is 2.6 percent.
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