Luckily I was able to coast to the side of the road without getting into an accident or causing an accident. The failure and current mileage was 84,000. Thus, out of the first 35 days since the purchase of the car, it was in the repaie shop 18 days. Ultimately I was told that it was just the way the transmission operates and there is no fix. The transmission failure had become progressively worse over time. The failure and current mileage was 84,000. Car jerks into 1st gear at low speed.
This is a safety hazard and someone is going to end up getting hurt. Connected to the gear stick handle, it instructs the right passage for hydraulic fluid to pass through. The contact stated that the transmission was shifting hard and failing. The transmissions are not the problem its the valve body teflon coating. The valve body has numerous passages and channels within the valve body.
Complaint Number: 10401064 Incident Date: August 16, 2010 Date Added to File: May 16, 2011 Description of the Complaint: The contact owns a 2006 nissan maxima. The contact stated that while driving at various speeds, the vehicle would hesitate before shifting gears. After about 2 weeks, I started to notice the transmission was shifting rather rough. I was in the car with my family. I now wish they would stand in front of it! Complaint Number: 10412355 Incident Date: July 14, 2011 Date Added to File: July 14, 2011 Description of the Complaint: The automatic transmission in my nissan maxima 2006 jerks when it changes from 1st to 2nd and 3rd. If your answer is yes to any of such scenario concludes that you have a bad valve body. At first it would have happen every now and then and then it would jerk and mist every other day.
I then went on to a website, aboutautomobile. My car is doing 54,508 miles. It would appear that nissan tried to develop a tranmission that could think for you. Complaint Number: 10371956 Incident Date: June 9, 2010 Date Added to File: December 21, 2010 Description of the Complaint: The contact owns a 2006 nissan maxima. Complaint Number: 10395470 Incident Date: March 4, 2011 Date Added to File: April 11, 2011 Description of the Complaint: The contact owns a 2006 nissan maxima. The contact took the vehicle to a different dealer where a transmission flush was performed. The transmission fluid was flushed, but the failure began to recur a few days later.
No I did not get the code. The contact stated the vehicle would violently jerk when shifting from first to second gear. The contact stated that the vehicle violently jerked when shifting gears at any speed. The contact stated there was a popping sound coming from the transmission. Took the vehicle to a honda dealer, who hooked it up to computer to look at diagnostic codes. Usually gets progressively worse at a rapid rate once you begin noticing symptoms.
Their oil solution of royal purple synthetic oil did not work. Not just the brand new ones! My dealer waited for Nissan to respond, and of course, Nissan refused to participate. In doing so, it engages a specific clutch so the driver operator of your Nissan is able to easily shift the transmission into another gear. The manufacturer was contacted but have not yet responded. The vehicle was inspected by a dealer and they advised him that the transmission and the valve body would need replacing.
So if you start to experience a bit of erratic shifting or has hesitation while driving, a leaky valve body might be the culprit. When it did it for my husband, he insisted there was definitely a problem with the tranny. To fix the problem you will need a new valve body the latest one out from nissan or have your old one rebuilt at Level 10. This car has 89,000 miles on it with no warranty. As one of the , one could do a timely inspection of the transmission valve body to enhance its functioning. There is a hard jerk when shifting down.
I took it to my mechanic and he could find absolutely nothing wrong with the vehicle. It really doesn't start doing it until the vehicle is hot and has been running for a while. The approximate failure mileage was 92,000. Totally disgusted that a car with less than 50k miles is having trannie problem. So either way, its a moot point bc I had 75K. We bought the car at 35,000 miles about 2 years ago almost 3 now and it's just about paid for. A transmission service and flush has been done by dealer- and they 'said' they could find nothing wrong.