Found no water in radiator, tape in air filter and the oil all right after maintenance. Chances are if your dealer calls Infiniti's TechLine they will most likely be told to start with replacement of the covers only. I feel like I am robbed! He was not in on Friday. My car has 53,000 miles on it. It started about an hour into a trip on a hot summer day when I noticed a high pitch whining noise.
After cool off for 60 min coud continuer on my way for about 100 more km. I want to join the class action suit. I know Steve has had the same problem and has not had much luck with Nissan Corp. Motorist pulled into available parking spot, nose first, and slowed down. When the contact engaged the accelerator pedal the vehicle moved very slowly.
I took my car to the El Cajon dealership. We had the recall done for the Cvt earlier this year. Have you replaced any parts? Visit to find a lawyer in your state. So we got a brand new transmission from the factory that totally failed again 2 years later with 60k miles of driving as the car had 144K and so we were out of the warranty period and the work was only covered for 1yr. This recall repair will be the last money spent on this vehicle. The mechanic says it is the timing belt, but we don't know if we should try to fix or get a new engine. Push down on the back of it and then pull back at the same time.
I had my wife drive my car to make sure that I was correct in what I heard. Change it out, rule it out. I then contacted the dealer who in turn told me to bring the car in to check it out. Once you are back in the shop three or more times for any repeated repair, or if your vehicle is out of service an extended period of time, you may want to look into your rights. This happended several times on the trip after extended driving time. Between 50,000 to 60,000 these transmissions seems to fail. Nissan basically stated exactly what each of you have experienced.
Any sign of oil, replace the sensor and clean that plug. Sit down with your partner get a game plan. I did contact corporate and explain the situation to them and I am formed corporate that I wanted my money back for the diagnostic test. My life is under risk if I do drive this Nissan Altima 2015 for more than 2 hours. Nissan Consumer Affairs is giving me the run around.
Transmission was shifting rough, engine idled rough when stopped at light, and it felt like the accelerator was pulsing when I tried to accelerate from stop or very slow speed. It occurred several times, never any warning light was on. I purchased the car about a year ago from a used car lot and it only had about 1000 miles left on the warranty about 6 months later well over the 1000 mile warranty I was at a stop light and the car would not go and I had the Excelerator all the way to the floor and I then thought to just to turn the car off which I did and started it back up and it was fine. I did a google search of this issue, and found Nissan had a recall on Nissan Altima 2014 pertaining to this issue so I contacted them on this problem. The mechanic says it is the timing belt, but we don't know if we should try to fix or get a new engine.
Push the gas pedal to the floor hold it there while starting, after the engine starts remove your foot from the pedal to avoid engine overreving. The worst part is that the serivce guy told me that the warranty ends at 60K miles, even though they replaced the transmissoin at 54K. I am disgusted that I am reading all the transmission issues these cars are having as the 2 other Nissans I had in the past gave none of these issues. It became worse on warm days or with a heavy load. Purchased this car for my son as a college car.
They still have my car as of now and I am waiting to see how they rectify this. Over the years I have purchase 3 Nissan Sentra, 1 Nissan Maxima, 2 Nissan Rogue and 7 Nissan Altimas. Now, my transmission is slipping. A week later was going back home and did the same. I feel robbed and cheated I was under the impression Nissans were good cars they know about the issue but are not willing to resolve the problems. I did all my required maintenance and it still went out in less than 2 years. When the 7 seconds are up, step on the gas pedal all the way to the floor without letting go for 21 seconds.