The failure mileage was approximately 124,000. Car barely made it back to a safe place off the road. I don't know what they actually did, but I had brown fluid about 10,000 miles later and experienced hard shifting from 1st to 2nd gear between 4k-5k rpms can't remember if the hard shift was always there. The contact was driving approximately 30 mph when the transmission began to slip out of gear. So, do you think its my clutch and what do you think that loud clanking noise was? The mechanic further stated that a new transmission was needed.
The difficult part about diagnosing this problem is it happens under heavy acceleration, so unless they have a scan tool to monitor the transmission while driving, it will be a tough diagnosis. The vehicle was taken to an authorized dealer where the transmission code was reset. The most common condition people overlook is the transmission fluid. Transmission slips out of gear under 20m. Transmission kept slipping jerks felt, and dashboard warning light kept showing up. He told me that it has nothing to do with it and it is the just the transmission. What could be the problem? Very hard jerky shifts between 1st to 2nd and 2nd to 1st and accompanied by loud clunking noise.
He's afraid one day the car will leave him stranded and really not want to start. We sell only high quality used Nissan Maxima automatic transmissions, with 1-3 years warranty and free shipping. After a warm-up, as I brake the truck shutters as it comes to a stop and then stalls. You may hear a buzzing or whining noise coming from your transmission. This is my first Nissan and I have loved this car until these symptoms. May be the bands in the lower gears too.
Does this sound like a clutch issue? If the fluid is dirty or not at the correct level, this could also cause some issue like this. It did this about three times for about a mile until I could get home. Would getting a tranny cooler remedy the problem or do I need it rebuilt or what? The incident felt as if the vehicle was being rear-ended. I've read numerous reports of multiple transmission failures after Nissan replaced the original. While driving at an unknown speed, the vehicle jerked and shifted gears. The fluid level seems normal.
I hope that it's still under warranty. And since 2nd gen Legend was not officially sold in my country, the local dealership was not much of a help. Could I have made the problem worse by doing the tranny flush? I've checked the levels while the engine was running, and it's about 1cm above the full line. When one person wins, they all win! The is followed by a burnt oil. The sensor was a bit expensive, could have picked it up for maybe half the price online, but I did not want to wait any longer to have it changed, since the slipping could have damaged the transmission very badly.
For many customers, this happened on an almost daily basis. Get if fixed for real this time. The failure mileage was 120,000. If I turn the car off for about 5-10 minutes start it back up it drives again for about a block or two, then it stops. Sometimes I feel like I'm in a rodeo.
If the shift linkage needs an adjustment, you may also notice that the vehicle moves while in park or it may start in gears other than park or neutral. It only does this from first gear, and it happens more frequently as the engine warms up. Automatic Transmission 2001 Nissan Maxima Automatic Transmission Consumer Complaints Complaint Number: 10266096 Incident Date: May 13, 2008 Date Added to File: April 20, 2009 Description of the Complaint: The contact owns a 2001 nissan maxima. Question: I have a 1994 Honda Accord Automatic. It happened at night and i havent had a chance to check it out.
The vehicle felt as if it would stall without warning. If the clutch disc is worn out, you need to replace it, generally also along with the clutch plate and one or two bearings. I know you don't what to hear this but I recommend you get a second opinion because the components they are referring to are on opposite ends of the vehicle and I can't understand how they are both damaged beyond repair. If everything looks ok you'll have to have the line pressure checked. Only use Genuine Honda transmission fluid, or you will have shifting issues.
After this happens a few times there is no more acceleration, the pedal has to be pushed to the floor for the car to move. I have 2005 Nissan Maxima and the transmission started slipping at 20 mph. Another common reason for a slipping clutch is a faulty or damaged pressure plate. I later drove around the neighborhood and it does seem to make a vibrating noise at times, and it also seems like it is shifting at times. The vehicle has not been repaired. Crankshaft position sensor Knock sensor Manifold absolute pressure sensor.
The failure recurred whenever the vehicle was in operation. I am experiencing this when I try to park and put the car in to Reverse also. The car would not go above 2000 rpms periodically. Transmission slips out of gear during regular driving allowing the engine to rev freely then jerking back into gear with a loud clunk. Answer Hi, I have been having the same problem and I was told that the speed sensor is going.