Nhtsa please make this problem known to the public so other Nissan owners don't have to go through the problems I am going through. Possibly recall issue waiting on Nissan to initiate repair process!. Should have been under warranty, but they claimed that soda was in it. It has been 7 weeks. I have the tire and coil spring if anyone would like to examine it. Upon my inspection, this wasn't the case.
They are ordering me a new transmission. The vehicle was not repaired. The contact examined the vehicle herself and noticed that the monitoring valve for the tire pressure monitoring system was defective. The recall began March 9, 2018. But… The thrill of the road trip is too enticing for most Americans to resist. Part of it shot in to the side of our house. The contact stated that after inspecting the vehicle, he discovered that the front left coil spring was fractured.
The tech who inspected it said that there was an internal seal leak failure. I had to turn the ignition to the off position. The failure mileage was 40,000. Failure of the Nissan cvt transmision in certain situations can result in an accident, serious injury and even death. Nissan is aware of issues with this transmission but will not recall or make ethical route to keep consumer safety a priority. The vehicle was towed to the dealer, but was not repaired. I have taken it into the shop again and now they are claiming that it is a mass air flow sensor.
And now the transmission has failed in the vehicle and Nissan wants to charge 4600. The approximate failure mileage was 80,000. Further, the rear seat is enormous for a small car. Transmission was rebuilt once and 3 weeks later it went out again. In the questionnaire, we ask subscribers to note any problems with their cars that occurred in the past 12 months. The car was in drive and my foot was on the brake.
The contact also stated that the vehicle shifted into park while driving. Next, check the condition of the air filter. After I got the car back it started to have no power when I pushed on the gas petal. The vehicle had not been repaired. The recall began December 21, 2017.
The closest Nissan dealer verified my cvt transmission had adequate fluid. Upon searching the internet I read numerous posts of multiple owners with similar problems with Nissan's 2007-2010 model year cvt transmissions. What is the process of filing a class action law suit against Nissan motor corporation?. Once the clamp was replaced, the clutch returned to working normally. Today it only has 8000 miles on it and it is stalling and shutting off when I drive it. The contact stated that the vehicle was parked when she noticed that the front passenger tire was flat.
There were no warning indicators illuminated. All owners should receive a second notice by May 15, 2017. So obviously the new cvt. The car jolted slightly, like something hit the car. The vehicle was taken to a repair shop and the mechanic inspected that there was a cvt transmission failure and to take the vehicle to a dealer for diagnosis and repair. There was no check engine light or warning prior to, during, or after the time the car shut down. I have seen many complaints of this car model's springs breaking on your web site.
They claim to commit to this in writing within the extended warranty verbiage, but in my attempt for assistance I have been flatly denied. The failure mileage was 94,200. These vehicles are equipped with certain air bag inflators assembled as part of the passenger frontal air bag modules, and used as original equipment or replacement equipment. I had to spend money out of my own pocket to have the car pass inspection in order for my daughter to drive it without getting a moving violation for failed inspection. This vehicle is only 2 years old why are these things happening? Mechanic noticed a lot of play and dealer replaced transmission at 50,000 miles. I called a tow truck, had it towed to my mechanic and they found that the spring had indeed broken off.
This is a 4 year old car with 65,000 miles on it. The 2007-2010 Versa had the same issues and warranty was extended to 120,000 miles its the same car same model and was told by Nissan that they are unable to cover repairs since I purchase the vehicle with a warranty at 60,000. At 122,500, the transmission has failed again. The last week I have had nothing but problems. I think a manufacturer's defect still exists in their transmissions.
The dealer and manufacturer were not contacted. The spring was not rusty, it is currently 6 years old and has only 45K miles on it. Several have had the car stop in the middle of the highway just like mine did. The vehicle was not repaired. The front bumper is so low that I can not even pull up to a sidewalk curb without hooking it on the curb. The vehicle was taken to the dealer who stated that the transmission needed to be replaced and the dealer was to further diagnose the vehicle. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic where it was diagnosed with transmission failure.