Have a container ready to catch some cvt fluid that will drain out. Will they last or are they just junk??? Check also our 2007 Nissan Murano manual transmission catalog. I wouldn't be overly worried about your trans though. If you prefer not to get your hands dirty, our service center here at Nissan of Roanoke Rapids is equipped to test the fluid for you. They don't stop to think that even though my car is insignificant to them, to me it is all I have to commute to and fro. I thought changing the fluid would be good for it. .
He said that since we never did it according to the service plan every 30,000 miles that we missed our chance and its best to just let it go. Buy a recycled 2007 Nissan Murano transmission and save thousands of dollars. We are very disappointed with Nissans customer services and even the fact that they do not stand behind their product 100%. Good luck with your car, I now have to find me a new car A fluid flush is never a bad idea. We finally asked her what were our options and she said pay for the transmission yourself.
This makes no sense to me. I can't help but think what if my daughter and I had made it to the highway, would we have caused an accident and gotten hurt or hurt someone. Out of nowhere we starting having issues while driving whenever we got over 40 mph the car would make a weird noise and kind of stall. They will take whatever opportunity to steal your money and not stand behind their product especially when they are aware it is a defective product. They cannot treat their customers like that and expect to keep them coming back.
Stalling Transmission sludge will eventually cause your Nissan to stall, especially when you first start it up or put it into gear. They new their transmissions have an issue so they extended their warranty. She basically became a broken record just repeating that there was nothing she could do. Dirty fluid causes the gears to shift harder than normal, causing the vehicle to jerk. In fact Honda I recall replaced a recalled part on my previous vehicle even though in my car it had not become an issue yet. The serviceman told me that there was no current problem he could see. The transmission basically is dying! My wife and I bought a 2007 Nissan Murano in 2008 used with 30,000 miles.
Put the open end of the rubber tubing into the container you want to drain into. Finally after two weeks we heard from a consumer specialist who was very rude. Oxidized Fluid Testing your transmission fluid for oxidization is easily done on your own, and the process is quite simple. If there is a recall please let me know. Step 1 - Drive car 15 min. One word of advice my dad and husband gave was to always let the car warm up long enough for the rpm's to drop down to 1000.
Drop several drops of fluid on a paper towel and see if they disperse. Step 8 - perform step 7 a total of 6 times. We were very faithful Nissan customers. This is the third and last Nissan I will ever buy. Believe me they will say whatever they can to get you to bring your car in for service.
The car jerked forward like it was slipping. We were told they would return our call numerous times with no avail. 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. Some are removed with phillips screw driver, some by prying with flat head screw driver. I could only drive in low range. Proper maintenance will ensure your Nissan drives optimally for many years to come. Update from Sep 2, 2014 : I would like to take the time to say Thank You to Nissan.
I use synthetic oil and service my cars regularly. Though not typically part of regular routine maintenance, a transmission flush is sometimes necessary to clean and remove particles that are causing your transmission issues. You have lost a customer and I am sure many others will look elsewhere. My daughter and I were leaving home when I backed out of my drive the car jerked forward and stopped. I bought and supplied most of the parts. I will never buy another Nissan vehicle! If not, the transmission fluid has oxidized and needs to be replaced.
Dealer replaced transmission under warranty. Had I known this, I would have alerted Nissan mechanics to check the transmission before 120,000 miles since I did have the slippage problem in 2007. You could just try a drain and refill as that will take out about half the fluid. If nissan knows there is a problem with their transmissions, why have they not done a recall? Most vehicles require a flush after 30,000 miles, which means that it should never be done prior to hitting that number. We took it to the dealer and they ran the codes and found that we needed a new transmission. Ford used the Volkswagon tranny according to my salesman. Sorry I didn't record while performing the second part, but I explain what I did.
Then I stopped and shifted reverse and drive a few time to try to reset. Very much in need of some schooling on this stuff. The video above shows where the transmission fluid dipstick is located in your Murano and how to check the transmission fluid level. Since there are now gear on gear, is there less chance of the transmission going bad and the fluid isn't as important as it is in a normal transmission. He said that since we never did it according to the service plan every 30,000 miles that we missed our chance and its best to just let it go. If you happen to drive a manual transmission, this could mean having trouble shifting into a different gear altogether.