At this point the damage, apparently, has been done. New for 2003 are luggage nets on the headliner deleted if you order the sunroof and the side of the cargo area. Repaired and refilled under Powertrain Warranty. The front end is from the local Pickup. This cannot be safe whether on the highway or rural road, what has Nissan done to mitigate this problem? Plus the typical junkyard warranty is only 30-90 days, and it only covers the transmission, not the labor. The mechanic advised multiple Nissan vehicles had been getting the timing chain replaced, and that this was very unusual for a vehicle like mine with only 70,000 miles. I was told that my radiator had failed and that it had leaked coolant into my transmission, causing both components to need immediate replacement.
Plus, many rebuilt transmission warranties are only honored by certain shops in certain areas, which could leave you in a bind if something happened to gearbox while you're outside of the coverage area. A Transmission flush and new filter took care of the problem. Searched on line and found that there are many Nissan's from 2005 -2007 with this failure. Dealer diagnosed and replaced worn U-joint on front prop shaft of driveshaft. I hadn't, so after pulling over and checking for loose tires or driveline I continue on perplexed as to what happened. Come to find out there is a known defect on 2005 thru 2010 Nissan Xterra's, pathfinders, and frontier's in which the radiators internally leak water into the automatic transmissions and causes the violent shaking at high speeds. The suspension does a great job on washboard gravel roads.
I braked hard as I thought I had ran over something. I felt since they clearly had a design flaw in the radiator hose connection that could cause the transmission to give out and be dangerous it should have been a recall issue. I feel like I have a possible lemom? The vehicle was inspected by a independent mechanic who informed the contact that he needed a new transmission. Replaced them with greaseable ujoints. . Developed at Nissan Design America in La Jolla, California, the Xterra was the first Nissan vehicle completely conceived, developed and manufactured in the United States.
Leakage also ruined parking brake shoes; replaced. I braked hard as I thought I had ran over something. The second generation Xterra model is only available in North America. Put new brakes and brake linesnew shocks front and back. Your actual mileage will vary, depending on specific options selected, overall condition of the vehicle, and your personal driving habits. This is not a luxury vehicle, and lacks the refinement of, say, a Toyota Highlander.
And the luggage rack hisses in the wind. After reviewing my complaint they told me there was nothing they could do for me. All 4 tires had to be replaced and all 4 tires are going bad again. The dealer informed the contact that it was a common feature on all their vehicles. The first sign of this failure is a slight vibration at 40-50 mph when the vehicle shifts from 4th to overdrive 5th gear. The whole padded center is the horn, the best and safest operation because of quick access.
I replaced both of them 246774 km The transmission started vibrating in a certain gear and power load. The failure mileage was 40,000. Nissan is ignoring the issue. Nissan recommended a trany flush like the thousands of complaints I have read. The parts were replaced to my knowledge. It shouldnt matter how many miles you have on the car it was a defective design by Nissan and should have been corrected.
Unlike a turbocharger, a supercharger delivers its power the moment the driver pushes on the throttle. Upon inspection found that there was coolant in the transmission. Had to have the valve body replaced. The transmission was disassembled and everything else was fine. The torque converter has been replaced and the Xterra drives much better now.
My truck was 18k outside of warranty. There has to be many of these cars having the same problem if there is a waiting list for the part. The contact stated that when depressing the accelerator pedal, the vehicle failed to accelerate. Option 2: Buy a Rebuilt Xterra transmission When you have a transmission rebuilt, a technician cleans everything, then replaces seals, springs, and other internal components. The repair would have been less but I had them replace both sides since they had the differential open.
All models featured removable, tab-secured rear seat cushions to accommodate a fold-flat rear seat back. The dealer recommended replacing the axle shaft and associated seal. The last year of the Nissan Xterra in was 2008. I had my car towed to a Nissan dealer and they said yes they knew about this and had issued an extended warranty to 80,000 miles my car has 100,000 miles on it so it wouldnt be covered. Upon inspection found that there was coolant in the transmission. The engine hesitates at apprx 4o miles an hour, one of these days I am afraid I will be hit from behind when I step on the gas and it does not go. SinceLastVisitFilter false, 1557624251534 ; listingsSearchManager.
Drive shaft replaced under extended warranty. The contact stated that while on an incline facing upward and when the vehicle was in drive it will rolled backwards. You either need to find it yourself or your screwed. It shouldnt matter how many miles you have on the car it was a defective design by Nissan and should have been corrected. I continued to fight the denial and comply with all their request to obtain records on all maintenance done to vehicle. Every transmission is cold and hot tested before shipment. It has been my personal experience that Nissan has made no offer of assistance for most customers with this problem.