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Looking for a replacement automatic transmission 4X2 for my 2006 pathfinder
2010 4X2 automatic transmission
Rebuild the engine 1st time with a used crankshaft oil pressure low when warm up .
2dn time new crankshaft same thing. Both times stared right up.
3rd time replaced with rebuild cylinder heads
No start almost but no. It has fuel pressure but intermittent spark. Check the fuses, relays, replace the crankshaft sensor, checked the cam sensors, check the timing chains, check the flex plate
When turn key, it makes one click noise. Radio and gauges amd lights come on. Fuses look fine. Where is the starter located to check it?
last week i traveled on 4 hours journey and i lost 2 liters of Oil. meanwhile the engine is not smoking black and there is no visible leakage on the engine body. My VDC-off and Slip light are on but it drives well. could this be responsible for the Oil drop
Does it make sense to fix this truck and I hear this is a known Nissan issue???
I am trying to find some info on the cost to replace the timing chains. They are rattling
My Mechanic told me I needed a rebuilt transmission. 7 weeks after taking the truck to him and 2 rebuilds later, he now tells me the TCM is bad and wants another 1500. He is claming that the faulty TCM didnt show up when the codes were ran.They are holding my car for ransom. I called 2 nissan mechanics and the BAR in Culver city. They all agree he should have found the problem with the TCM first. But he wont budge. BTW after 3 of the 7 weeks of the car being in the shop, he called me and said your car is ready. I went to pick it up. I Drove it 100 yards and my heart sunk, it was acting the EXACT same way as when I 1st took it in 3 weeks b4. I asked him, did it ever need a trans rebuild? he was upset by my question. So he starts looking for the problem and rebuilds it again. Then the TCM call.
My Mechanic told me I needed a rebuilt transmission. Long story short. 7 weeks after taking the truck to him and 2 rebuilds in which he rebuilt it twice, he now tells me the TCM is bad and wants another 1500.He is claming that the faulty TCM didnt show up when the codes were ran.They are holding my car for ransom. I called 2 nissan mechanics and the BAR in Culver city. They all agree he should have found the problem with the TCM first. But he wont budge. (FYI) 7 momths ago the same mechanic replaced the Valve body. That lasted about a week b4, he claims, pieces of metal from the bad tranny caused the newly installed valve Body to malfunction. Its a nightmare
Hi, I am looking at buying a 2006 Nissan Pathfinder just over 105k miles. He says the radiator and transmission have not been replaced. I'm going to have those checked out before I move forward. My question is: will the radiator leak again? I saw that some people are putting a transmission cooler on it. How much would that run part + install? Is there other workarounds? Lastly, is the transmission a good one if that is all taken care of?
Notice yesterday when accelerating it didn't have the same pick up that it had the day before
Occursvwhen braking slowly.
My mechanic said it would be easiest to google. So far I haven't had any luck finding an answer.