Car Only Has 75,000 Miles And It Is Unsafe To Drive. In aug 2011, the car lurched and jumped so bad in traffic while slowing down. Between the 20 to 30 mph and stopping. Any and all feedback would be appreciated. You would think that with so many owner having similar issues since 2004, that some type of a solution would have been proposed to loyal nissan owners that have to foot the numerous bills for the dealers ridiculous guessing game quick fixes.
The problem has become worse. Problem started 2016 when the car is cold transmission jerks from 1-2 gears. Complaint Number: 10395677 Incident Date: February 8, 2011 Date Added to File: April 12, 2011 Description of the Complaint: 2006 nissan maxima, when transmission is warmed up car hard shifts from first to second gear. Everything worked within the car. The approximate failure mileage was 89,000.
The Vehicle Was Taken To Another Dealer Who Also Could Provide No Error Codes. Sept 16, 2010 The Contact Owns A 2006 nissan maxima. May 15, 2010 I Was Driving In Stop And Go Traffic. The mechanical failure while driving came within inches of her being broadsided by a one ton commercial delivery truck on the driver side. It started with the rpm's revving up while driving and car not accelerating then it started slipping when car is placed in reverse and jerk before moving. This Is A Widespread Problem With maximas As I Have Seen Many, Many On-line Complaints. These pathfinders have a major common problem and there is no technical service bulletin.
I started to do research on my issue. Now to any longtime car owner, a transmission repair is something that they do not want to go through. It began as severe jerking when shifting into gear, and has progressed to a nearly uncontrollable driving machine. The failure mileage was approximately 100,000. The Manufacturer Was Contacted But Would Not Provide Any Assistance. The approximate failure mileage was 89,000. There Needs To Be A Recall.
These are one of the most complicated ones to rebuild. They did a transmission flush and it did not help at all. And those were the first questions they asked me when I called I am 1000 miles beyond warranty. I don't want to give my hard-earned money to a company that won't own up to it's mistakes or problems. It starts to jerk gradually.
After A Few Weeks I Noticed The Shifting Is Not Proper And Sudden Jerking When Shifting In R Or D. Since Then I Noticed The Transmission Is Slipping Constantly. It also was jerking repeatedly while changing into 1st and 2nd gear and then back down from 2nd to 1st. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. Complaint Number: 10390098 Incident Date: March 1, 2011 Date Added to File: March 14, 2011 Description of the Complaint: The contact owns 2006 nissan maxima.
The vehicle was taken to an authorized dealer where the contact was advised to flush the transmission fluid. I Will Not Allow My Wife To Drive The Car Anymore Since I Noticed Last Week That The Slip Could Be Very Dangerous At High Speeds. I Had A 2003 nissan Altima And I Currently Have A 2006 nissan maxima. Car now jerks on many gears and gets stuck on some. Nov 01, 1975 I Did Not Have A Crash.
I Filed A Complaint With nissan Consumer Affairs. July 12, 2010 Own A 2006 Nissa maxima. The vehicle was taken to the dealer who ran a diagnostic test and informed the contact that the transmission would need replacing. It Occurs Quite Often Daily But Then Some Days Not At All. Com and other sites a multitude of people are having the same problem. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control.
These problems usually happen after the car has warmed up and have become increasingly worse. But in most cases it requires a new transmission and new radiator and major flushing. After about 2 weeks, I started to notice the transmission was shifting rather rough. The manufacturer was not contacted. The vehicle was taken to a dealer who was not able to diagnose the failure. Shifting is a Now A Difficult Task Depending on the kind of weather is, having working shifting gears is key in order to make it through snow. I love the looks and reliability for this car.
The contact stated the vehicle was violently jerking. Does your pathfinder have a hard jerking 1-2 gear shift? Operator Does Not Currently Have Funds To Cover Cost Of Repairs Which Leaves Wife And Child Without A Vehicle. In addition, when decelerating the transmission would cause the vehicle to jerk and shift extremely hard. I've only had the car a little over a year and now is not the time for this type expense. However, we took the car to another company who found no problems with the engine.