Regardless, the car should be under factory warranty until the 36k mile mark for the bumper to bumper warranty, and to either 60k or 120k miles for the transmission, depending on which one, under the power train warranty, and then whatever the extended warranty covers. McGee as the attorney responsible for this site. On the trans there are 2 coolant lines that go into something on the trans. The sedans were also having an heat fail safe and had a tsb for the cooler installation. That's the message I received from their service agents at Consumer Affairs in Tennessee. To avoid the converter from popping out. Remove any remaining bolts on the subframe.
Takes 1 minute - get your answer back the same day. As was already stated, there is more to this story than has been presented so far. Put this one on a Silhouette and by-passed the in-radiator cooler altogether. McGee or any of it's attorneys. The converter must be in flush with 2 of the 4 slots! All other trademarks used herein are trademarks of their respective owners.
I rented a vehicle during the time of the transmission fix. Leather Upholstery Included as part of the 2. After 67,672 miles the first one broke down where the car had to be towed 95 miles to the Nissan Dealer. I had the mechanic check it out a couple of times but wasn't readily noticeable at those times. Besides pulling the engine out too. Remove the sway bar end link from the strut assembly. There are a total of 6 subframe bolts.
Their employees are poorly trained and poorly paid, are not actually real technicians in most cases, and are pushed to the limit to get cars in and out as fast as possible. When got out of car, there was transmission fluid all over drive. Easy test, take it on the highway way and see if it goes into limp mode 6th gear, Nothing over 45 mph. Unless Nissan made that difficult too! ProTo20 wrote:I will be doing this at some point with my manual 2. The fluid was changed and a valve was replaced, not sure exactly what was replaced though. You will have to wiggle the sway bar bolted to the subframe around the rack and pinion tie rod ends. I may just make a how to thread on this.
Lift car up e brake all the way up, wheel chalks on rear wheels should be used and drain and trans fluid. Start by removing the axles first. Large doors simplify entry and exit for all seats, and the Sentra offers more space for both people and their carry-ons than most of its competitors -- including a laptop-sized locking glovebox and a 13. I have been to a Nissan dealer last month with this issue and they could not figure it out. I can't believe all you had to go through just to change the sway bar. This is my 2008 Nissan Sentra, 4-cyl with a 2.
They then told me that the engine crank snapped and the entire engine had to be replaced. Remove both front left and right hub assemblies off. I wish I had pictures, but I didn't take any during this. I have removed every single thing, trans mounts, trans bolts to block, everything. It's the Nissan Altima coupe, which weights just as much as the sedan, go figure.
As a result, all three display a fair amount of body roll during aggressive cornering maneuvers and prominent nose-dipping under hard stops with their capable front disc and rear drum anti-lock brakes. Remove the hoses by removing spring loaded clamps on the hoses. Tire pieces from a steel belted truck tire? I believe there were a total of 8 bolts all around the trans. Thanks in advance for any replies. By the grace of God, a tap and die set from harbor freight had a size the biggest size that fit it and was able to save me.
I had to complain about a burning oil smell and they tell me it needs a new tranny! Automotive warranties do not cover either type of damage—and that is true for every company in addition to Nissan. I was happy that i had everything removed and thought the trans would slide right through the small gap and off the block. The other side will be held by the engine mount. McGee is licensed to practice law in the State of California. Attach and engine hoist to the engine using chains attach it where you think its best. Whenever I accelerate, there is an audible whine coming from the car. Imperial Econo-Cool® transmission oil coolers are ultrasonically soldered for reliability and are 100% pressure-tested to ensure quality.
How to I get around this? Take the car to a different Nissan Dealer, if this one is not going to be helpful. Easy test, take it on the highway way and see if it goes into limp mode 6th gear, Nothing over 45 mph. Law Offices of William R. I would not do this again, unless I was paid very well for it. Remove battery, battery tray, and any connections the trans. And yes, the dealer is trying to get out of repairing the transmission.