I searched the forums but nothing was very specific, its in the transmission did not help me much. They finally replaced the entire clutch system roughly the summer of 2011. Takata when the airbag deploy which almost caused my life. The recall from Nissan says there we engine cooling problems. It happened one driving about 20mph and then a few times in traffic. Midas replaced two of them still could not clear the code.
I have found it but it seems to hard to get there. This was so scary and hazardous, thank god I got off the highway beforehand because there was too much traffic!. Has anyone replaced the transmission speed sensor on 2003 G35? I do not think this is normal. Also, I am really concerned since the factory tells you to use a certain size of tire, with me using their recommendation, this will cause the wheels to spin faster than what I am actually really going, thus saying I am traveling farther mileage than what I truly am. I should be entitled to have this problem re worked and fixed.
According to the manual it looks like it is just screwed down and has a clip as well. Shortly after, I noticed that the heating system did not work in the vehicle. They have no interest in addressing the real issues or fixing what the real problem is, what a rip-off. This time the service engine light came on. How do you get to it? I checked recall notices and then was told I needed sensors.
I have 20 some fractured ribs and spine fractures as well. The ses service engine soon light is displayed and even after having an oil change and tune up the light is still illuminated, confirming it's an ongoing issue outside of standard maintenance. R3022 that states exactly what did happen - the check engine light came on and the engine stopped without warning. The problem is the crankshaft sensor, and Nissan should be responsible for replacing the defective part the part has been modified from plastic to metal because of other complaints however they will not cover the replacement, ridiculous! Our quality-engineered Auto Transmission Speed Sensor restores peak transmission function. Pull the clip at the end of the cable and the cable should release without trouble. All of our Speed Sensors are guaranteed to fit if you use enter your Nissan Altima into your Year Make Model selector. No apparent reason why, no warning lights.
Most recently I was exiting the interstate exit and the car stopped as a slowed to turn left off the exit, almost resulting in a car rear ending my vehicle at 50 miles per hou. A search for recalls revealed in fact that there was a recall issued, 06V-223 on the 2006 Altima, but was not notified or the recall addressed. At aprox 34,000 miles car now has 42000 the instrument cluster would fail, the overdirve light would start flahing then overdrive would disengage. The speed sensor reads the pulse signal from your transmission. Information redacted pursuant to the freedom of information act foia , 5 u. This is a part you can live without, but you don't want to go without it because getting a speeding ticket will cost more than this part.
There is also a good write up since Altima's with different engine size also have different locations for that. It then sends the signal to the computer on your dashboard so it registers on your speedometer. Called dealer they were no help at all and wanted to charge us to check codes told them we already had them and they said its not their problem. So I am forced to attempt this last try before joining a class action law suit. Pictures would be most helpful if anyone has some. When driving, cvt goes into safe mode with reduced acceleration, indicating a transmission issue and would also trigger vehicle dynamic control system fault.
Nissan Altima Replacement Automatic Transmission Speed Sensor Information It might be tempting to see how fast your Nissan Altima can go, but you do have limits. The vehicle will start in drive but it will sputter while stopped like it is going to stall. It stalls out while driving and while idle. Towed it to dealer they flashed ecm. I gave up and found what I needed on PartsGeek website.
Hate to admit, but I'm a chick who knows little about cars and would love advice from those who do before I subject myself to the Nissan dealer ugh! While trying to get to the dealership, the car lurched and picked-up its normal speed. I find that hard to believe. Someone who drives 10 mph on the interstate is a hazard, I believe. Nissan na consumer affairs contacted, researched and also denied. I have had my car 5. The car has been consuming more oil than usual and after the first incident, the service engine light came on and does not shut off. And I am now having this problem with the pedal barely giving resistance when pressed as well as the pedal falling to the floor of the car.
This still has not fixed my problem and I'm worried about driving the car and causing an accident when it randomly shuts off. Thank goodness there were no other cars coming and she was able to pull off the road with no incident. I called Nissan in September and was told out of the 653K cars mine was not affected! Our product specialists work with a network of global sourcing partners so you can install the right part with confidence. I got the car fixed by an independent mechanic and the noise continued. Also my footpedal speed up without my knowledge and was stuck. As I mentioned, I replaced the crankshaft postion sensor. They said there was no problem and didn't put it in their service report.