In my personal opinion, Nissan sucks. For shifting issues, its usually the shift solenoids. What are other B17 owners using? Now its back but with the jerking when I try to accelerate after a stop. I call dealer while I'm on interstate. Timing chains in 04-08 maximas and quests are prone to issues due to a poor quality plastic used on the chain guides.
If you are having problems with the transmission in your Sentra, such as clunky shifting or hesitation, check the fluid level first - it is amazing how many drivers pay thousands of dollars for transmission work when a half quart of transmission fluid would have fixed the problem. He said not to release the brake while the bleeder screw was open because it would suck the air in. This is something that should be a recall. Place your funnel into the fill port's opening. With that information in mind, I still asked if we could do a test drive with a technician so I could show him what I thought was off about the transmission's performance. Should have bought a Honda or Toyota. I tend to ramble when I am nervous, so I mentioned the shudder and the Nissan technician stopped me immediately.
Clean the fluid pan with a safe solvent and set it aside to air dry. The new one works like a charm! Starting around 98,000 miles the car began having a weird jerking like something was wrong with a tire or I drove over a bumpy road from first and second gear at times. No idea what went wrong with mine, I thought it was a torque converter issue because it was basically just slipping. I do many videos to back prove issue still exists, return to nissan. It was harder for me to avoid causing the car to shudder. Publication, reproduction or distribution of this film is strictly prohibited.
The sticker says that at least. And did you know where Nissan fell on the list? Shame on you Nissan for this big cover up. The final repair was completed in December 2018. Anyone here changed their oil thru the dealer recently? Insert the dipstick into the filler tube. But now it is hesitating to go into gear and I am driving it until the stupid thing breaks. As usual, the dealer had no idea either. Does anyone have a procedure or at a minimum a way to verify the fill level? Now I find out this should be a recall and cost me nothing.
Wouldn't happen all the time but here and there. If it wasn't for being in the middle of a mortgage process, I'd let Nissan Motor Credit repossess it. It's also the same unit used in the 2. Return the Altima to the ground, but make sure the car is still on level ground. Then again, after it went into failsafe it didn't slip anymore. You must use new bolts for this, because they're self sealing bolts.
Using a torque wrench, tighten the drain plug to 22 to 29 foot pounds. As transmission fluid becomes older, it thickens and is less effective as a cooling agent and lubricating base for the gears of your transmission. Is the transmission going out? Finally, tighten the bolts with a torque wrench to 5 to 6 foot pounds. Certified 124 pt inspection by Nissan Dealer. At first my car wouldn't start. Tighten the screws evenly with a torque wrench.
A tipped car means that the transmission pan is also tipped, which can create a safety hazard during the fluid replacement. If there isn't a drain plug, continue to Step 3. Remove the old gasket and discard it. The component that is likely to fail is the valve spring. I understand this should be done when warm and there is a drain plug in the pan as well as a fill tube above the transmission but without a dipstick. Remove the transmission pan's bolts with your 17mm socket wrench after all of the fluid appears to have drained out.
There were more in between that but that is what I remember. Eventually, I just stopped trying. Remove the filter mounting bolts, remove the filter and any seals or gaskets and install a new filter. Wonder if I should tell the dealer not to use 5w-30? Just another way to get money. Park the car and turn the engine off. They stated that Nissan would cover 80%, I guess they did otherwise it would have been a lot more.