. Its a ticking time bomb, if the failure occured in traffic on an interstate, a major crash could have happened. On Saturday, June 15, 2013 the vehicle failed while I was approaching an overpass in a downpour of thunderstorms. Today going to lunch, it got stuck at the gas station. The Nissan dealership I purchased the car from did something to cover up the issue which was obviously why they were trying to sell it before 100k and I got burned on it. It will take you several tries to get it to fit properly.
Any ideas what might be causing this problem? Transmission cooler failure resulting in transmission failure and radiator failure. I am happy with solution, and it is great that this solution works for you for so long. If it still does not move then there may be another issue with the interlock. I have learned this is an ongoing issue the manufacturer has been aware of for years. When you attempt to raise the console cover you will notice you overlook a screws.
Finally the key turned, the car started and all was well. Doesn't grind, 1 2 3 and 4 work but no reverse no reverse lights. Finally the key turned, the car started and all was well. Put the vehicle in park and turn off the engine waited a moment then turned the vehicle back on and put the transmission in drive, vehicle began to move but the transmission acted like it was slipping. When it doesn't start, try wiggling the battery connections and try starting it again.
Oct 05, 2012 This is an indication that the gear at the base of the distributor has broken. Afterwards, the transmission is completely reassembled. More seroius situation would be a broken gear on the cam. Along with the cost to rebuild the transmission. The vehicle was towed to an independent mechanic, who stated that the transmission would need to be replaced. Always glad to read your posts. I had to aggressively jiggle the steering wheel back and forth while making multiple attempts to turn the ignition switch.
You will need a long and short phillip screwdriver. Check code on internet and saw where it was a problem Nissan had with a cracked radiator. To have this be a limited warranty recall is disgraceful. Elton Noway wrote:Here's my problem, when it occurs. My truck as you can see is out of the extended warranty for the radiator and was when I purchased it.
Thanks for the great post MazinAzn wrote:Would not recommend this, I did it and it confused the Rogue's computer. I would recommend having a friend hold a flash light above the shifter and shine it down. They very quickly diagnosed the problem. Had transmission failure on the freeway driving full speed, forcing me to quickly move over 6 lanes with no high gear. Total rebuild of transmission at a cost of 3,980. I was forced to pop that little tab, and stick my key in the hole to unlock the shifter.
I purchased this vehicle new in 2005 and was not made aware of this issue by Nissan. You can believe Nissan knows exactly when these incidents are likely to occur so they extended their coverage up to that point and they fail thereafter. You won't be able to pull up the other end as high because it will bump the console. Only now the problem is occurring more frequently. This after hesitation, stuttering, and other issues. Less than an hour later, was told not covered.
Told by Nissan that I was sol due to over 100,000 miles. They could be a signal that something is wrong. This occurred 2 or 3 times. Contacted Nissan consumer affairs but was denied reimbursement. Whenever you hear noises or feel vibrations from the vehicle that are not common, you should not ignore them.