. This problem happens usually after the car warmed up and been driven for a hour or so but can happen anytime. I am doing mine and I have 12000 when the belt starts to crack or make noise it is good to change it. I see there are approx. The vehicle was inspected by a dealer who advised her that she needed to replace the transmission. I am a single mother of 4 young children, the car is so unpredictable, whether it is going to jerk into gear or completely stall out.
There is no reason why a car under 100K miles should have transmission problems like this! The motor mounts were replaced at 82,000 miles. But that's not the case. Large 18-inch, 6-spoke alloy wheels come standard on the 3. Then when it would work I begin to notice downshifting deteriorating. I am on my fourth set of tires and have had three alignments and my front end inspected. I think Nissan should value their name is repair this issue, how can the same problem exist with different people. The pronounced rear fascia is elegant and leaves a strong impression, accented with the unique design of the body panel that surrounds the rear taillights.
Started happening at about 124000 miles. Also when I park it moves 4 inches in either direction and its getting worse. I have a 112000 on mine and it runs fine. After work on this very heavily traveled interstate on our way home I experienced the car hesitating and the rpm gage rived up over 4000 rpms and the car started to lurch and hesitate and had no response from the accelerator. Problem occurs regularly when car is warmed up. Now at 106,000 miles the second transmission is starting to slip. For any car, this is bad,.
It has progressively gotten worse. The trans fluid is expensive so make sure you use the right… The 96 Maxma has a timing chain which lasts the life of the car. There should be a recall on these defect transmission. The high rear deck provides easy accessibility to the ample trunk that is essential to a sedan. The vehicle was taken to the local mechanic who performed a diagnostic that located the failure at the transmission sensor. . I have already been told its a manufactures defect but the company refuses to pay for my repairs because its after my warranty.
While driving approximately 30 mph the vehicle stalled. August 9, 2008, my daughter and wife were driving the car and called me on my cell phone very excited and unset stating,? The more you have to stop and go like in rush hour traffic the problem becomes worse. The vehicle would also not accelerate to higher speeds after the gears were shifted. This is not very good and everyone has the same complaint. It's sad, and the fact that Nissan knows about this and chooses to do nothing is truly pathetic. This happened at around 77,000 miles, which is past my warranty.
Nissan needs to be responsible for the problem. All 2006 Maximas come equipped with a standard 5-speed electronically controlled automatic transmission with manual shift mode and gated shifter. We have had this problem for a while now ,but because of the cost of another transmission and the cost of labor we have been using the car as carefully as we can. I even changed the transmission oil at 50 thousand miles to make sure it last longer. What is Nissan waiting for to fix this? The contact stated that while driving approximately 30 mph on the highway, she noticed that it would jerk when shifting between 2 and 3 rpms.
There has to be something done with the transmission before someone gets killed driving this same type of car, there are several pages of complaints on the same issue with the same car, please please do a recall on the transmission of the 2006 Nissan Maxima!!!!!! This is so disappointing since Nissan was suppose to be one of the more reliable vehicles. I feel ripped off and screwed. To fully flush the trans, drain the 3-4 quarts and replace it, run the trans for 10 mins. Models and Options The 2006 Maxima is available in two models: The sporty 3. For the serious driving enthusiast, a 6-speed close-ratio manual transmission is optional on 3. It is my only car, and I can not afford to just replace a transmission every 20,000 miles.
When i slowdown it gets very jerky coming from 3rd down to 2nd and slipping when I accellerate again throughout the gears going all the way to 5th. I blogged the internet, Nissan murano forum and to my amazement uncovered many individuals experiencing the very problem with my car, transmission. It has since progressed into a jerking and slamming into 2nd and 3rd gear on acceleration and 3rd to 2nd and 2nd to 1st in deceleration. It makes my ride uncomfortable and irritating. At around 100,000 miles the transmission started stalling and jumping. Would jerk from reverse to drive out of driveway.