We believe in taking care of you and your vehicle. The service manager lied to my face about it. I have small ramps I use for changing my oil so I drove up onto these. The car ran perfect until I took it in for an oil change. Read This Thread First Before Moving Forward: So I finally put this together for you 2007-2008 6thgenners. This is crazy to me.
I love the size but when it comes time to change tires, they are expensive. Nissan also has a lawsuit against them about this very transmission issue, along with lemon law cases and other complaints from consumers about their major transmission issue. Four days later I return to get the car and no sooner as I drove it out of the lot again, I noticed grinding between most of the gears when shifting. My transmission was reprogrammed at 12k miles. This has been a horrible experience and no one knows why we are having this issue. Unfortunately at 70k I started to have major issues with it. I wish there is something I can do because I just got the car in Aug 31, 2017.
Drive the vehicle for a minimum of 30 minutes to ensure proper diagnosis. Nissan first adopted the Continuously Variable Transmission globally in 1992, and have gone through constant development, enhancement, and improvement ever since. Any information would be helpful! This site is a huge asset and budget protector for a used car purchasing decision. So over this car but can't return it or so I'm told. I turned around and brought it back and explained this to them. However they could not tell me why the airbags even went off on the first place, and there was no one else I could ask to explain things to me either. Once at this speed, I attempt to accelerate and all that happens is the rpms rev way up but it seems to be stuck at 40mph.
Now transmission just went out and this Nissan was never abused or taking long distance and for it to just go out and no warranty covers that. On my drive home I noticed that the car is doing the exact same thing I described. It had 60k miles on it but appeared to be in great condition. I thought easy, I could control the flow and if it got to about 4 quarts, I could stop the flow, empty it and continue on. That made my morning jgadlage.
Next, I started having issues with the drive computer resting itself and the presents on my radio clearing themselves. At 65k transmission started shuddering and then vehicle would stall and die in traffic, very dangerous. So I pull over and cut off the car. As big as Nissan is this malfunction with Clutch Petal Brackets coming off the firewall has been happening since 1998!!! Two days after the recall has been fixed, I was on my way to work when the emergency breaking light came on. I looked at the instructions on this org and pulled the Max up onto some ramps in my garage and got started.
I took my car to Nissan one day after filling up to let them know my car was jerking afterwards. I bought a 2009 Tribeca from the dealership. I have owned other vehicles that had transmissions with over 250000 miles them still run fine. Everything worked within the car. He began to show me how the tint on the window on the bottom and the top of the window was bubbling.
I knew what was wrong with my 2016 Maxima from the get go. Never buying another Nissan again. Rides and drives like a dream. Original review: March 3, 2019 I bought a New 2017 Maxima Aug 22, 2017. Stay away from Nissan Consumer Affairs Corporate and furthermore, stay away from Wesley Chapel Nissan in Wesley Chapel Tampa Florida. Been driving it for 4 days now and runs just fine. But the engine caught on fire.
Replaced that and problem stopped for a week. Had to get towed to a garage where they put in transmission fluid and told us to take it to the dealer for service. Took it in and they reset the computer saying it should be ok. They also replaced the driver side rear hub and sensor had to be matched from Nissan and pulled the exhaust and checked the smog sensors and put 2 new tires on the rear that were not matched with the front ones. Vickar Nissan said it was rail dust from transport and used a clay bar and touch up paint to repair Dec 22 stating it would not return. The price was very fair, I didn't have to haggle at all.
It was like I was tied to a tree. Pull the transmission dip stick out, wipe clean, insert back in but rotate 180 degrees and push all the way down. Only changed tires on it once. I am a female and am feeling like they are giving me the run around and I would like a little knowledge about this problem so i could atleast understand what's going on. The head mechanic found it in the plastic shielding they use to protect the wires form the throttle body.
I had noticed a lot of jerking, or when I would put the car in reverse it would jerk really bad and stalled,I would have to put it in park then reverse again and it would finally snap out of it, when I test drove it it drove great of course. No guarantee or warranty is implied. First a noise every time we turn it to the right with the wheels and took it to 3 dealers in our area and could not find the problem, and then took it back to the dealer where purchased and they found the problem but was not on warranty and more even though purchased extended warranty and would not do anything for purchasing Nissan through them and even stated Nissan would not do anything for us because warranty was expired by 2 months. It doesn't come out like doing a regular oil change, it gushes! Perfect for my family but can't drive something that won't stay running right. She won't come out here and really check, but I know she ask about the stain later on - just had a little spill honey.