They said that it was the transmission solenoids and once replaced that would cure the problem. If you do not replace with new bolts then you may get a leak. I know we had her oild changed at a local garage, and they called stating she needed her trans service as she was at 30K miles. We so far love this car and as of Feb. Thought vehicle was trustworthy considering we have had it serviced by the book and considered it still a safe ride for our children. In your Nissan Quest, the transmission fluid should be changed approximately every 50,000 miles to prevent the complications that can incur from using old fluid. I wouldn't be overly worried about your trans though.
Makes a really god awful sound. Eddy, my wife is at work with her car. If it's not what you meant, then I apologize Eddy. Its difficult sometimes to find these write ups in plain English and detailed to this level online. For a car this expensive, I don't understand why anyone would try to cut corners by partially replacing fluid intermittently.
We've been going through jugs of trans fluid and when we take the car for repairs, they can't seem to replicate it. Grinding Noises Strange noises and vibrations coming from your vehicle can occur for any number of reasons, but dirty transmission fluid is one of them. That's news to me, if you remove the bolts you have to replace them. Transmission is leaking as is the coolant. I hope this information helps everyone. Did not have a phone.
Nissan really needs to own up to their shotty work and fix these issues. Of course, if you don't know what you're doing and don't work much on cars, then you may not want to tackle this job. It happens constantly, though, just not when they test drive it. Consult the vehicle owner's manual to find the recommended transmission fluid for this vehicle. This is about second gear at times the transmission will not engage and the rpm goes up and when it does engage you feel this awful jerk.
Problem started 2016 when the car is cold transmission jerks from 1-2 gears. I again paid 1030 to repair the rear mounts. There are many stories of people getting high mileage transmissions flushed and it kills the transmission. Said it was common with that transmission. Raise and level it securely with ramp Change the automatic transmission fluid every 30,000 miles if you drive the Maxima under severe conditions. Why wouldn't you change the filter? Eddy, I think he meant is there a trans filter. After finally getting a good part in my car and taking off lot at mechanic I had noticed some tension when in reverse.
I took it to my local mechanic. The fluid and filter change is the least expensive of the two and that is more than likely what the issue is. The dealer probably isn't bs'ing you. You should change the automatic transmission fluid if you recently purchased a new Maxima or don't know when the fluid was changed last. Thankfully, I had extras that I had gotten from the Infiniti parts dept for the oil drain plug it was the same size for oil changes.
Your dealer is protecting themselves from that happening if they flush it. If you suspect you need a transmission flush, give Nissan of Roanoke Rapids a call. Had I known, I would not have bought the car, it was a waste of my money. I am all about saving money and doing things myself when I can but without a lift I know this is going to be extremely messy. Otherwise, you can change the fluid less often.
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 just figured the Maxima had to be the same, as it's the same trans. If the transmission fails at the wrong time, it could happen! No prob me doing job and have done several before. Bad transmission fluid will also put off a strange odor. Its really not that hard to do, just drain then take off all the 10mm bolts that hold on the pan.