The 18 wheeler came within inches hitting my rear end. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. We stock these Automatic Transmission Solenoid brands for the Nissan Frontier: Genuine, Pioneer Cables and Standard Motor Products. Vehicle shutters around 40 mph and some loud clunking noises when the tranny shifts. The failure mileage was 150,000. Waiting on a call to find out if it is a better radiator or just a new one with the same defect. My trasimission broke dow due to antifrezee contamination in the transmission.
So it seems that what these consumers need is backing from a legitimate institution or agency. My vehicle has 129,000 miles and more than 10 years since purchase. Call toll free to order or place your order online via our secure checkout system. We rebuild all of our transmissions in house and at our location by expert transmission repair specialists. My truck as you can see is out of the extended warranty for the radiator and was when I purchased it.
I put my flashers on and was able to coast to an exit. No further information was available. They indicated it was a common problem with this vehicle where the transmission cooler fails and intakes radiator coolant into the transmission. Gabby at Nissan siad they would look into it. Because we sell on Quality. Nissan Frontiers are known to retain almost 58% of their value after a 2 year period and did not come in a V6 engine until 1999.
When this happens the vehicle goes into the limp mode. Complaint Number: 10247658 Incident Date: October 24, 2008 Date Added to File: November 4, 2008 Description of the Complaint: I had to have emergency service to the u-joints. They could be a signal that something is wrong. Hope this helps Sep 08, 2012 it does seem that that might be the problem. The indicate the transmission will in all likely hood need to be rebuilt.
The test drives were fine, the car sounded and drove perfectly fine for a few months. Truck has 100,000 mile Nissan extended powertrain warranty. The problem slowly got worse with shuttering occurring at different speeds and under different loadings. It recently began to start shifting roughly. Nissan knew about the defect and did nothing to correct it. Put the vehicle in park and turn off the engine waited a moment then turned the vehicle back on and put the transmission in drive, vehicle began to move but the transmission acted like it was slipping. The contact called the manufacturer who offered no assistance.
Took to radiator shop and he said radiator was cracked and fluid from radiator and transmission was mixing together had radiator replaced and took truck to Nissan to have transmission check, they said transmission was damaged by antifreeze and it has to be replaced. Transmission cooler failure resulting in transmission failure and radiator failure. Clutch packs checked okay however the mechanic could not guarantee that the torque converter was okay. When you invest in Twin, you know you are getting the best service and at the best price. The old torque converter came apart and after pulling the transmission, he saw a lot of metallic shavings on the screen on the valve body. Vehicle had exceeded the 80,000 mile warranty but also found out that warranty had been extended from the original 36,000 mile warranty because of problems.
Contacted Nissan consumer affairs but was denied reimbursement. I have to disconnect the battery to reset the code and it will drive okay for about 10 miles and the service engine light goes on. Vehicle seemed to drive okay after the repair. This is a safety issue and it really does baffle me that a whole generation of Nissan vehicles from 2005-2010 have this issue and that it could caused some accidents due to high speed transmission failure. My mechanic told me that he thinks the torque converter is shot and will have to be replaced. The Nissan dealership I purchased the car from did something to cover up the issue which was obviously why they were trying to sell it before 100k and I got burned on it. Told by Nissan that I was sol due to over 100,000 miles.
Html Complaint Number: 10406286 Incident Date: June 3, 2011 Date Added to File: June 14, 2011 Description of the Complaint: 2005 nissan frontier le transmission failure. Dealer said transmission failure was due to a radiator issue on vehicle. At that point, there was no water in the transmission. Each transmission part is taken out, cleaned and inspected for worn or broken parts. Nissan service department is not able to repair due to high demand for parts. Common 2005 Nissan Frontier Transmission Repair Problems 1 Cracked Radiator The first most common problem with the 2005 Nissan Frontier is damage to the transmission due to a radiator that has cracked.
Complaint Number: 10421674 Incident Date: June 15, 2011 Date Added to File: August 27, 2011 Description of the Complaint: 2005 nissan frontier. The contact stated that there was an internal leak in the radiator while spilled onto the transmission and caused it to fail. My current vehicle is a nissan frontier 2005 but I had the fuel sensor problems on my 2006 nissan xterra as well. Mechanics and auto part stores have diagnosed it as an issue with the transmission brake control valve internal. Its a ticking time bomb, if the failure occured in traffic on an interstate, a major crash could have happened. The truck has 108,000 miles but the technician that replaced the transmission and radiator said that it had been mixing for a while so it is difficult to say how many miles the vehicle had at the time of the failure. The contact also stated that the failure occurred five other times within a two week period.
. The manufacturer was notified of the defect. While attempting to drive, the vehicle would not accelerate. Dealer tried to blame my brakes. Complaint Number: 10399378 Incident Date: April 15, 2011 Date Added to File: May 6, 2011 Description of the Complaint: Vibration occurred while shifting. Depending on the type of transmission, a complete transmission rebuild can be completed in several hours to 1 — 3 days.