Our wholesale customer had diagnosed the transmission as being bad, so the transmission was then replaced. Took it to my mechanic to diagnose and he said it needed to have the transmission replaced. This is the worst service I have ever seen. Since there are now gear on gear, is there less chance of the transmission going bad and the fluid isn't as important as it is in a normal transmission. The next morning I started browsing through all of the data in each module and noticed that, when cold, the engine temperature showed about 60°F while the intake air temp showed 98°F. Once the bearing were replaced with Genuine Nissan bearing the car worked fine. If you prefer not to get your hands dirty, our service center here at Nissan of Roanoke Rapids is equipped to test the fluid for you.
Do you believe that changing the rear wheel bearing may have caused some sensors to malfunction and cause the vehicle to perform in this manner? Step 1: Drive car around for about 10 minutes to warm everything up. Ok, so I'm new to this site. Fast forward to a few weeks ago, after driving the car for 15 minutes, the car would not accelerate when stopped even with the foot on the gas. However, it is very messy and care should be taken to keep the mess confined to the spill bucket and off of you. I never believed it when others claimed this, but now I definitely notice an improvement. Hi, I have a question about this procedure. I apologize for involving you but I am in need of your help.
I'll play it safe and get it tested at 100K. You will also need one person around to help. If i put it to the floor the car red lines and will lurch forward and slow down and lurch again and slow down. I highly suggest changing your transmission fluid. I have small ramps I use for changing my oil so I drove up onto these. I did some searches on line and saw that there have been a some issues with the transmissions in there cars.
Get the fluid suction gun ready, and open all the fluid bottles. On my drive home I noticed that the car is doing the exact same thing I described. I will get that thing open eventually! 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. If not, the transmission fluid has oxidized and needs to be replaced. The dealer probably isn't bs'ing you. This makes no sense to me.
I brought the car to Nissan dealership and they acknowledged the problem, diagnosed it as an internnal transmission problem, and since its under factory warranty, put a new transmission in it at no cost to me. I then performed the initialization routine, and surprise! Still waiting to hear back since that was this morning. Prior to this asset going to your Cool Springs facility it was taken to a repair shop and 4 quarts of transmission fluid was drained and 4 quarts was replaced and it made no difference. This is the only post I found regarding it. It may be rubber or plastic on the tip. .
Premium Maintenance may not be available outside the United States, please inquire of your dealer. I am going to print this thread and bring it in with me after memorial day weekend. If i put it to the floor the car red lines and will lurch forward and slow down and lurch again and slow down. That would point to what wheel sensor to look at first. Add the same amount of fluid you took out back into the transmission through the recharging pipe same place you pulled the dip stick out using your funnel.
I assume the Rogue is similar? The car ran perfect until I took it in for an oil change. Replace the drain plug with a new crush washer and torque it to 23 - 28 ft-lbs. Inspect and repair as needed any sensor with a spike in the output signal or that has a different value than the other sensors. I get the spill under control, tighten up the bolt and start to refill it. Any info on this would be great.
It should be inspected at regular intervals which my dealer does and I assume that if it tests unsatisfactorily they will recommend that I have it changed. As time went on when I would step on the accelerator and the engine would rev up but the car would not accelerate. If low you can top it up by adding extra fluid via the dip stick tube: add about a pint at a time and check the level between top ups. We are 175 on the list to get the part, told it would take about a mount to get it fixed. The fluid should last at least 160K. My advice: buy extra, replace what you drain, check and recheck levels after some drives, and don't sweat the small stuff. Pull the transmission dip stick out, wipe clean, insert back in but rotate 180 degrees and push all the way down.