They said they did not see anything wrong upon testing. However, the transmission is responsive and can increase engine rpm quickly when more power is needed, or keep. I have suffered body physical and mental damage from this accident. Thanks to Nissan of Decatur and thanks to Nissan Motors for standing behind their product. After two transmission replacements, she says her car now needs another, according to a dealership that recently looked it over.
This is a danger and they should build their parts better to handle road salt in the winter months. Any information you provide will only be used in accordance with our. He also indicated that this shouldn't happen to a car from 2010 and with such low mileage. It is simply a terrible car and the transmission is a joke. The car jerked as if I had pushed the gas too hard for the turn.
Baileyd answered 6 years ago I also have A Nissan 2008 Sentra and hearing the ewhinning noise and have been to 3 dealerships and called the Nissan 800-647-7261 number with no luck. He was shopping a new one for me when I read the above attached. Advised to replace fluid and monitor. I slid back across the road as I was spinning into a small area near a fence. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic where it was diagnosed that an unknown module needed to be replaced. After one or two days, it was clear that the exhaust system needed repair. We take great care of the car, and have had this looked at, in which we were told nothing was wrong, and told just to have a tune up, which we did.
Then I had a whinning coming from the tranny took it the dealership they said it was fine and the next day we leave for Vegas we just got up the hill to State Line next thing you know I have no power in the engine. Do not provide confidential information. Nissan should recall their rust buckets!!! The car had started jerking and making real loud noise. Otherwise known as a continuously variable transmission, the feature was intended to increase the performance of vehicles by creating smoother gear shift capability. I asked how long the vehicle would continue to run. He was surprised and replaced it no problem. Nissan is not honoring the extended warranty for which my car is eligible and won't respond to my many calls at all.
I am a 65 yr old woman, and I do not want to purchase a vehicle knowing that this is a problem. Listen, cars made nowadays or in 2009 should not have transmissions needing outright replacement. I took video of the noise. You can rebuild them if you know some people that know some people that know some people that can get there hands on parts, but nissan has had that under there watchful eye for many years as the cvt trans is there own brain child. It was like he said my car was just diagnosed with cancer.
Nissan states they checked everything out and all looks good. The vehicle then stopped in the middle of traffic and stalled. New rep took over retracted everything and laughed at breast cancer. The tune up seemed to help a bit initially, but after a short stent, it started back up again. Can anyone help this just started robertpompa45 answered 5 years ago Def Sounds like the Transmission. Due to the dangerous nature of this problem, and the lack of support from the dealership on the other issues, I decided to trade the car.
Well about two weeks later I started having the same vibration and the car cut off a couple times again. In fact it was the transmission, which is now being replaced. Not only do they say the sound is nothing they say the car doesn't wobble and refuse to replace the defective parts while it was under warranty. Sat in Nissan hq for 3 hrs. According to owners, their vehicles will shutter and shake while getting up to speed. He told me that I would need a new gasket and tailpipe only not muffler I took it to Goodyear who insisted that the muffler also needed replacement. I collided into the driver corner of the large truck head-on.
Awaiting word from the mechanic. Now, my quandary is my car just passed 120,000 miles 120100 to be exact! I have already had 4 open back surgeries and cannot go through another. Car had to be towed. I did not believe it was an oil leak because there was not oil leak on my driveway and I just recently had and oil change before that. My wife reported the same problem the day before. Uncontolled rpms with lunging motions during any form of acceleration. I change the oil every 4000-7000 miles And that's it! Nissans are stylish and affordable cars.
Basically, to avoid having your car go into fail safe: -Do not drive faster than 65 miles per hour for more than 1. Thats only cause they are pressed into the hubs. The car has about 72,000 miles and the warranty expired at 60,000. Health deteriorated since forced into vehicle. When it happens, pressing down the gas pedal while turning ignition switch would normally resolve the problem. There is loud clicking noise that comes from under the hood that can be heard inside the vehicle. Less than two days later, I can barely drive my car without radiating pain from every little road bump.