No additional recalls were listed. In 2003, the vehicle began jerking and would come to a complete stop without warning. But, since the mileage read 65k miles, then it would not be covered. My vehicle has been serviced thoroughly and the service engine soon light is still on. The engine never overheated, the apparently the transmission did until I changed them out. About 30 minutes later, the transmission seemed to have failed. Also be sure to check the clutch fluid to make sure it's not low.
It even began to die on me once or twice at idle speeds. It started working after that and I drove to work to no further issues, but this could possibly lead to an accident or even a possible death s. They were made in Decherd Tn. I have the exact same problem. The problem is the fluid. I own a 2004 Nissan Altima 2.
Then she walked to the mailbox and then took the last bag from the trunk and after closing the trunk walked to the kitchen. May 25, 2012 it has a problem with the second gear drum it cracks and does not fully engauge the n shifts to 3rd. It died three times while I was trying to turn around and get back to the parking lot. The only thing he experienced was the hard shift from 1st to 2nd. While driving the vehicle stalls unexpectedly. I took it back to the mechanic that had already replaced the sensor.
. I pulled into a parking space at a nearby apartment complex and sat there for another 10 seconds pumping the gas pedal. The speed and powertrain were unknown. The service manager applied for a goodwill warranty. The engine restarted after several attempts. He finally took the whold thing apart again only to find nothing wrong with any of the parts. The car continued to lurch and act like it was going to die while I was driving.
For example, a damaged transmission often burns or chars the fluid, which turns it black, but if the transmission fluid isn't checked regularly, this problem sign is easily missed. The contact owns a 2003 Nissan Altima. I turned it off, let cool off for a couple of hours, tried again to no avail. Symptoms of a damaged automatic transmission for Nissan Altima can be as obvious as the transmission slipping when it shifts in and out of gears or as obscure as color changes to the transmission fluid. Tag id 80X19, 80X65, 80X67. It's been serviced regulary, I bought it used with 31,000 miles on it in Sept.
Well, about 3 or 4 months ago the hard shifting into 1st gear started. This issue was resolve when I changed out the cooling fans on the radiator. Soon later she opened the kitchen door and walked into the garage when she noticed that the car was coming toward her. It takes a 80w90 gear lube but It's too thick. Meanwhile, I checked the web. Please call for customer service and availability at 1-800-858-7269. Disconnect return line at trans, put a clear hose on reurn out of cooler to a 5 gal plastic pal put in 4 qt start engine and pump out what you put in, shut it off put in 4 more start it again just let it idle till you pump out again, now after shuting it down fill it back up and then see if the fluid is red now, if so shut it back down.
She got off from the car and opened the trunk and unloaded the shopping bags and took them to the kitchen through the garage. I bought the car used last december and over the summer had no problems with except for a chirp when my car shifts from 2nd to 3rd. I had the hard shifting on mine, after warm up. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic and repaired. Nissan had issued a recall, the car needed the ecm reprogrammed.
After filing the complaint and waiting for a response, I finally opted to have the car repaired at my own expense. The techs recommended I take it to the dealer. Now it is hard shifting almost every time, whether I have just taken my car out of park or have been stopped at a light. There were no prior warnings. Tammy :- I have a 2003 Nissan Altima 2. I am having the same problems with my 2005 Nissan Sentra automatic. She took few bags each time to the kitchen so she traveled few times from the car to the kitchen.
When she came back she parked the car on the drive way in 'p' with the engine running as she was to go out after unloading the shopping bags from the trunk. We noticed a rough vibration when we are sitting at a traffic light in drive and when we have it in park. Reverse did not work either it felt like it was in park because I couldn't even push it back. No further action was taken by the Nissan dealer regarding this issue although I requested to contact Nissan usa Corp to report the problem. There is an external fix that involves tightening the band, but I do not know how it is performed. Because I recieve no respect at the dealership without a warranty.