Does this all the time after first starting and taking off and can be felt under the driver's side floorboard when it happens. In the absence of technical service bulletins from Nissan Engineering, or a lot of experience with failed units exhibiting this noise prior to failure, I can't say I really blame dealers for shying away from this one because I believe they honestly do not know how to deal with this. Noisy transmission The gears of your transmission slowly but steadily wear themselves down over time. I also live in Colorado where it doesnt get to hot. Appreciate the inside perspective of this thread.
The contact was driving 60 mph when the vehicle begin jerking abnormally and would not accelerate over 20 mph. One time it stalled four times within one mile. From the engine compartment you could see smoke coming out. Car owners experience this issue commonly, for a variety of different reasons, and it could indicate a variety of different issues. The dealerships often try to downplay problems by telling owners the rough ride is characteristic of the vehicle and there is nothing to worry about. McGee A Professional Law Corporation. When lubricant becomes aerated and foams, it loses its lubricating properties and you get component damage.
The failure mileage was 90,000. Ddflosrt wrote:If you are still having a whining sound I would def take back to the dealer. Well about two weeks later I started having the same vibration and the car cut off a couple times again. We use consult 3 and monitor a temp count. I have lost more than 3 months with this issue and still the car is not working.
Dealership will not investigate why it is binding. Vehicle currently has 63k miles on it not operable. Car would only do 10 miles per hour on a superhighway - very very dangerous. Again, a transmission fluid flush could be all you need to solve this problem. Nissan's only response is to self-protect against a lawsuit; no concern for the welfare of someone driving a car in this condition! Refusal to reverse Sometimes, unfortunate car owners come to a point where their vehicles refuse to move at all when put in reverse. I am 73 years old.
We do a drain and fill only. It has a comfortable ride, a quiet cabin, a roomy backseat, and a well-designed interior. The vehicle was towed to the dealer where it was diagnosed that the transmission failed and needed to be replaced. We tried a transmission cooling device and did not drive the car over an hour. One week after I bought it, I had to take it in because it clunked when you turned the wheel. The contact stated that the vehicle was shifted into drive but instead, the vehicle began to reverse. Level was good on the transmission but coolant protection was off.
Looks like they put all their markup in the fluid rather than their labor. Recommended I tow to a Nissan dealer for hopeful coverage by Nissan. The dealership you go to should have all that info though. So we went and had the codes read as the check engine light had just popped on. Oh and welcome to the forum! Seems to cool a lot better. Of course it is not under warranty.
I seen some overheat at -48 degrees. Took it to dealer we bought it from who then took it to Nissan. After 3 days of using the repaired car, the car did the same thing only this time I almost crashed with another car because I lost control of the car again and the car almost got on fire. McGee is licensed to practice law in the State of California. Took it back to dealer, claimed there was air bubble in engine and to let it go. If your doing it yourself try to mix the coolant and water to -25 degrees.
I'm gonna start off saying that I work at a Nissan dealership and I'm gonna explain what I see on a daily basis and I will give you input from a dealer perspective. When lubricant becomes aerated and foams, it loses its lubricating properties and you get component damage. The vehicle was not repaired. . This was at about 7000 miles into this new Nissan Sentra. The car did the same to me 2 more times and this time the dealer decided to replace the cvt transmission which I have read they have a lot of problems and because of that Nissan extended the warranty to 10 year 120k miles. Minimum 2 documented repair attempts.