If that clears it up, then I'd also go ahead and flush and fill again 10-15K miles after that to make sure you got any and all sludge free from the tranny. While on the highway, it has become necessary to restart the car while rolling in neutral to avoid having to switch lanes into faster moving cars. Also stated that while driving the vehicle she has had problems with the brake pedal and acceleration pedal. Eventually they did replicate the issue and are now replacing the transmission control module after consulting with Nissan. The list really goes on and on. New bushings will solve this problem.
However, it doesn't sound cheap to fix. If we sign an agreement absolving them of all future responsibility with transmission issues. I have owned my Nissan Pathfinder for 9 years and have had an amazing experience with it. There are two upper control arms and two lower control arms, with 16 bushings total to be replaced. No previous issues or warning prior as I perform regular maintenance as recommended by dealership - happened suddenly. Yeah I'm at that point.
On its last visit to the dealership, they replaced the camera and the screen. I think they just removed pan and cleaned up or replaced something possibly the valve assembly. Paint is bubbling and flaking off on the fender. The used car lot had welded the crack together. The revised manifold stud Nissan part number is: 14065-V5004 Revised Exhaust Manifold Stud. When they do disappear you have metal-to-metal contact between moving parts. The failure recurred three months later.
Used a dremel and went thru about 4 discs. I will never buy another Nissan and don't recommend anyone to purchase one. I took my vehicle to a body shop thinking a clip replacement would not be a significant expense only to find out that Nissan acknowledges the clips break frequently so they quit selling just the clip. The biggest problem is that the cable has a housing that bolts to the floor, under the carpets, and behind the console. As it turns out, a line inside radiator coming from the transmission broke and caused contamination.
When the dealership called corporate to see if they would just absorb the half hour of labor cost, it was denied. Dealer only serviced, locally driven only. Then recently with only 2000 miles on the car, we were making a left turn the car shuddered and felt like it was going to stall, and car would not accelerate past a few mph. However, during the summer, you may check the oil level on your Pathfinder if the outside temperature is around 90 degrees F or higher. First of all the flimsy sensor connection is right under the seat and basically had nothing protecting it. Not right because by that time I received the letter I had already gone over the mileage. I am leasing this and I am not up with my lease until Feb 2019! Original review: May 23, 2018 I purchased a 2013 Nissan Pathfinder platinum used in 2015, everything under the sun has gone wrong with it.
We purchased a 40K car, buying into Nissan's quality and reliability. At least the cars had over 100,000 miles on them before we had to do a really expensive repair. Regular driving is as tight as Santana's rythm section. Yeah, I was reading somewhere here about the fluid level potential problems but, unfortunately, it's not an issue in my case. This is not a good company to buy from and hope I do not have two Nissan product in my household. .
Nissan dealership said they have owners on their 2nd and 3rd transmission and no permanent fix. We complained to customer service and they are willing to pay for half of the bill but we still don't have a fully functional vehicle. Overall, my experience has been a very positive. The latest issue was the air conditioning compressor. As far as comfort and convenience, I love it. I am going to contact a lawyer and see if there is anything I can do! The rear bumper sensor is faulty resulting in backing into something, problems with transmission shifting but haven't had to replace yet , severe hood vibration on the expressway purchased and installed a hood air deflector which helps slightly. Ok, that's a shame that no one has come up with a header design.
A few months ago around 30000 miles my mechanic said my oil was gunning up and that shouldn't be happening so soon. By June of 2016, it needed a transmission replacement. By the way I had a Honda Accord before this with nearly 0 problems and 0 repair costs. Some people report using contact cleaner spray on the switch from the outside or after minor disassembly , but the effects don't last and re-cleaning is necessary. With P selected, shift through every gear and return to P. This applies to all Pathfinders from 1987 through 1995.
I was stranded in winter with a 3 month old in the car. The mechanical assembly connecting the lock cylinder itself to the inner door lock and armatures are mated by the use of small plastic parts that wear out and then break over time. Now it's in the shop torn apart waiting for Nissan to say if they will pay. ?? Add only oil recommended for your particular model. Dealer has had the car for over 3 weeks at this point. Be careful not to overfill the transmission. Shortly after the second door handle broke, the switch on my passenger side rear door somehow jammed and the switch does not move.
I been the only owner of this car and have take good care of it as much as I can I just pay off this car 2 years ago and I don't think is fair for us that had has this problems to paid for it I think Nissan America should do a recall on this and help us the consumers. Also, I would improve the accessibility to the 3rd row seating and modernize the body style. This is a voltage regulator for the gauges and it is known to fail. The car has since shuddered and lost acceleration three times in the 24 hour period since dealer returned car. It is also beneficial to occasionally grease the center window channels inside the doors and inspect everything for problems just in case.