This transmission unit includes a transmission case, valve body, tail shaft and housing, torque converter automatic only , and all internal lubricated parts. The approximate failure mileage was 95,000. Now at around 52,000 miles my fuels gauge stop working which caused my truck to turn off in the middle of the highway with my family in it and I see no recall on these issues from Nissan. Nissan is aware of the issue and has only chosen to extend the warranty on the radiators and not recall the vehicles. My transmission just failed and I was informed that the radiator fluid was mixed with the transmission fluid because the radiator failed. If you are looking for a rebuilt transmission price, please call us today at 704-821-3460 for a Free Estimate.
I've since done some research and see that this has happened to many people that own the 2005 Nissan Xterra. Coolant mixed with tranny fluid. Our nationwide network of certified salvage yards can assist you purchase any Nissan manual or automatic transmission used at the best price you can find. Buy a recycled 2005 Nissan Xterra transmission and save thousands of dollars. Faulty lines between coolant system and transmission. Whenever, the car would hit 40 miles per hour, the transmission starts shuddering.
Car had been vibrating prior to incident which was thought to be tires. The contact took the vehicle back to the dealer and was told that the transmission was slipping and coolant was leaking from the radiator into the transmission. There were also parts within the transmission that needed to be repaired, but the contact was unaware of the specific parts. What became obviously suspicious is that Nissan sent the ¿warrant notification¿ after the fact knowing that all and or most of the affected vehicles were out of warranty. Nissan knows of the problem and should recall it. I drove at minimum posted speed to the next ramp and exited. Shuddering After Certain Speeds The 2005 Xterra had a shuddering problem after a certain speed.
The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. It felt like I was riding on a rumble strip except I was not. I feel that they knew this was a problem. Nissan settled a class action lawsuit in January of 2013, but this doesn't mean that you still can't file a complaint with the National Transportation Safety Administration. Call us today at 704-821-3460 for a Free Estimate on your rebuilt transmission or transmission repair! To be sure that you are buying the correct 2005 Nissan Xterra transmission, we recommend you to speak with one of our transmission experts. Radiator reimbursed by Nissan but wouldn't pay for transmission despite clear documentation that it was due to a recall.
Our discount used 2005 Nissan Xterra transmissions come directly from a dependable network of modern junk yards. This vehicle is equipped with two coolers one air and one water cooled. However, it was only offered on the models specified for driving on rough terrain. The contact stated that while driving approximately 65 mph, she heard a rumbling sound. Come to find out that this is a common problem with Nissan and the only way to get around this problem is to place an external cooler to the transmission.
While driving at 45 mph, the contact stated that vehicle would not accelerate when he depressed the accelerator pedal. To read more about Used Transmissions Store, please visit our page. I have not received any recalls in the mail and I have always been the titled owner since I purchased it brand new. Not only was the price fair, but the entire process made me feel like I was in a big-brand dealership. Also the Cadillac converter needs replacing and experiencing the same fuel gauge problem. Taking it to the shop revealed that the transmission had radiator fluid in it which was caused by cracked radiator lines leaking into the transmission.
Notes: Some vehicles come with several transmission options and could be very confusing. It became apparent that Nissan was fully aware of the defects, hence, being liable for their negligence. In June 2009 it was determine upon paid inspection by Nissan service center, that both 1 and 2 catalytic convertor, fuel level sensor and gas gauge were all defective. Amidst all the complaints Nissan refuse to recall and or fix the defects. As a result of the leak, the coolant in the radiator would get mixed with the transmission fluid.
The rear end would shutter very hard to the point where we couldn't drive it any longer. I would like you to take into consideration of all the consumers who are frustrated by this dilemma, and have no possible alternative. Balanced the tires, the shuttering was still there and began to get worse when driving at higher speeds I. Please make sure to read the product description below and in particular match the engine size and number of speed with your vehicle's specifications. The potential transmission issue was never mentioned. I am most respectfully asking your office to launch an immediate investigation about the manufacturer defects that I have listed, and would like Nissan to fully compensate me for the repairs. Had to pull over several times on highway to get out of harms way.
We need to organize and get results for this issue. On Wednesday I barely made it to the Nissan dealer and the by the time I arrived the car would no longer go in drive or reverse. The mileage at the time of this service was approximately 108,000. It also offered a rear differential locker. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic where the transmission was flushed. While servicing my vehicle the mechanic discovered that the engine head had cracked. I have only had this vehicle for 2 months.