Brought to dealer attention and I was told to find a way to adjust for my needs. Owners may contact Nissan customer service at 1-800-647-7261. It's amazing how expensive dealerships are. Fluid was flushed and filled. Plus it was so comfortable. Still unresolved 5th repair attempt 2nd transmission still experiencing violent shudders.
Great info on this thread and forum- very helpful! Bucking vibrating until a final trip. Nissan will notify owners, and dealers will be instructed to modify the bend angle of the hood actuation lever to eliminate potential interference with the hood inner panel. If I would have known this, I would have never gotten into this mess!! I am a retired and disabled Vietnam veteran on a fixed income and this is a major setback for me because I cannot replace this car and have to live with a less than reliable car for the foreseeable future. I got rid of the piece of crap. Have been asked to return car to dealership for further tests. The recall began on February 17, 2016.
Owners complain about Continuously Variable Transmission , a whining noise from the , and constant that appear to be the result of poor design. In September my car started stalling out, jumping and sputtering. The day before the tranny went I got my transmission fluid changed. It is a shame that Nissan will not make things right for me. They do not step up and fix this, I am out for good. Nissan will notify their owners. Make a service appointment today! We have asked to have the car rela.
Note: This recall is an expansion of recall 14V-565. Note: This recall supersedes recalls 14V-565 and 15V-116. I'm still not confident that Nissan can fix it. I just checked my dipstick the other day and the fluid is crystal clear after 60,000 km. In a segment brimming with better cars, the Altima is a lackluster choice, ranking below its competitors with a humdrum driving experience. A vibrating noise under dashboard.
Trans would start out surging then stop totally 85484 km Transmission failed for the second time. This bulletin has been amended. I've brought it into several dealers the one where I bought it has since closed and they've made miscellaneous repairs thinking those were the issues. Replaced the sensor 12 mths ago. By using this service you accept the terms of our. I don't want to pay for this to be fixed, because they did poor job rebuilding it. I bought the used Altima 2013 in 2016.
Dealer unable to replicate this time. Something I told them 2 years ago. The dealership couldn't reproduce the issue so no fix has been accomplished by Nissan. Transmission was replaced, but problem occurs with replacement as well. In fact, the transmission ratio is 7. Nissan is recalling certain model year 2013 Nissan Altima vehicles manufactured March 6, 2012, to February 28, 2013.
The recall began on October 20, 2014. I was born hereI have no accent, I can scream, whisper or talk normally right in front of the microphone and it doesn't hear me or doesn't understand me. I contacted Nissan consumer affairs. Had both local and region supervisor check. That said, with the standard 2.
Nissian was no help in solving this problem. For years, it's been jerking and the gear shifting has been an issue. We believe in taking care of you and your vehicle. Admitted problem, couldn't find answer or fix. Put small hole in it. Shame on them, they know this is a recall problem and will not address it.
Thanks Darryle Just finished this service today - drained a total of 4. Started as the car stalling at a stop. There seems to be thousands of complaints about the transmission failing early in this model. If you do it yourself, document it with receipts, mileage, etc. Problem is all over internet. The first time it went out was 17000 miles. Listed Annual Percentage Rates are provided for the selected purchase financing or lease programs available on the current date.
This is not acceptable but Nissan has refused any assistance in this repair cost. The repair was not covered by warranty. The remote starter function no longer worked. I had called a local stealership a while ago, and they told me the fluid could easily last over 150k miles, but should be changed no matter what at 180k miles. A traditional automatic transmission typically uses 4-9 fixed gears to transmit power. The voice came back about 7 months later.