On My 2004 nissan murano Transmission Has Been Slipping Since 70, 000. The Current And Failure Mileages Were 78,000. Cannot Afford A Long List Of Repairs Already Spent On This Car, And Now This, Impossible To Afford And Will Never Buy A nissan Product Ever Again. Complaint Number: 10327980 Incident Date: February 1, 2008 Date Added to File: April 28, 2010 Description of the Complaint: 2004 nissan murano would periodically not shift from neutral into reverse or park. May 09, 2014 While On A Stop Light The Vehicle Took A Very Long Time To Accelerate At Least After 10 Seconds.
Yesterday, There Was Loud Clanking Noise At 25mph And The Car Stopped. . We Were Reluctant, But After Speaking Further With Mike, And Now Feeling Scared That My Wife Will Be Stuck Somewhere With A Broken Trans, We Did Reluctantly Let nissan Do The Repairs. Vehicle was purchased on 20050131. We'll drop it off again to the dealer tomoow for the 5th time - I feel they will be of little help - although they are trying. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. Complaint Number: 10356570 Incident Date: September 20, 2010 Date Added to File: September 20, 2010 Description of the Complaint: While driving my 2004 murano at 65mph the car all of sudden lost complete power, I was lucky to be able to get it over to the side of the freeway.
Somone Needs To Make nissan Take Responsibility For This! The Whole Car Shuts Down, Even If You Press The Gas Down To The Floor. Everything Was Normal And No Fault Codes. The vehicle was towed to another dealership, who determined the automatic transmission was defective, and was replaced. Mike service Guy Told Us The 2004 murano Has A Huge Problem With Transmissions Failing, And nissan Has Since Redeveloped The Cvt Trans, And Should Be Replaced. When I took it in they said I needed a new transmission; but I noted that there was not a rise in rpm's when it did not accelerate as would be the case if it was slipping. Dealer Will Notify When Parts Have Arrived.
When I called consumer affairs and escalated it to the executive team. Brake pads and rotors have been replaced twice and there is still a noise when braking along with bad vibration when slowing down. Sudden catastrophic failure of the drive train. He Took The Vehicle To The Dealer And They Replaced The Battery And Alternator; However, The Vehicle Still Did Not Have power. Very Unhappy With The Quality Of This Vehicle. Posted on Author Tags , ,. My 8 Year Old Son Was With Me And This Could Have Caused An Accident And Injury.
Took car to dealership, light went off just prior to bringing in. Vehicle was purchased on 20040614. The check engine and battery light were illuminated prior to the incident. Upon Leaving The Dealership I Went To Accelerate And There Was A Delayed Response And Then The Vehicle Just Took Off. On The Way Back From Texas, 13 Hour Drive It Did The Exact Same Thing And We Had To Have It Towed To Sante Fe, Nm. The Failure Mileage Was 120,000 And The Current Mileage Is 140,000. Complaint Number: 10278534 Incident Date: July 28, 2009 Date Added to File: July 28, 2009 Description of the Complaint: When pushing down on the accelerator, the car does not accelerate smoothly and at some points doesn't accelerate at all and looses power.
Sometimes The Problem Lasted For A Day Or Two Sometimes For A Week Or More. Sept 06, 2014 Mechanic Says The Differential Has To Be Replaced. My Dealer Informed Me That He Is Not Aware Of This Problem And Suggested A Transmission Service. They Refuse To Replace The Transmission Saying That The Computer Will Not Justify The Problem. Complaint Number: 10132938 Incident Date: May 29, 2005 Date Added to File: August 15, 2005 Description of the Complaint: Bought 2004 murano 31 jan 2005. The Day I Drove The Vehicle Home, I Noticed An Oil Burning Smell, Which Was Later Found To Be A Transfer Case Leak. The Vibration Can Be Felt In The Steering Wheel.
I Have Had My murano In The Shop For Over 50 Days Total. Sometimes the problem lasted for a day or two sometimes for a week or more. The Car Had To Be Towed. I Received A Call Monday Morning 31st , And Pat From nissan Consumer Affairs Told Me There Was Nothing They Could Do Since It Was Out Of Warranty. Complaint Number: 10126418 Incident Date: June 22, 2005 Date Added to File: June 23, 2005 Description of the Complaint: Transmission failure: starting as a clicking sound from the front, only noticeble when driving slowly and with open window and occuring when accelerating or decelerating and during light turns the dealer first misdiagnosed it as loose steering rack mounting bolts, referring to nissan bulletin ntbb03-065a.
Mar 26, 2012 The Contact Owns A 2004 nissan murano. We Have Contacted The nissan Dealer Where We Bought The Vehicle, And They So Far Have Not Taken Any Responsibility. Needless to say this caused me to not complete the corner and tap the concrete barrier with my bumper on the side. There is a work around bypass for the reverse lockout problem in the owner's manual so the manufacturer was aware of a potential for trouble. The nissan dealer, bill hood nissan, hammond, louisiana said they would need to replace with a new transmission.