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I would like to have the problem fixed, or the money to fix it what ever the cost is.
- Herman H.,
Houston, TX, US
CAR SHUT DOWN ON MONDAY NIGHT ON MY WAY HOME.... HAD IT TOWED AT MY EXPENSE TO AAMCO THEN TO ANOTHER TRANSMISSION COMPANY CLOSER TO HOME.... THEY TOLD ME THERE WERE METAL PIECES IN THE PAN.. STILL WAITING TO SEE WHAT IT IS AND HOW MUCH..... CALLED NISSAN, THAT ASSES THEY ARE, TOLD ME TO TAKE IT TO NISSAN DEALER FOR THEM TO DO A DIAGNOSE... THEY WILL ONLY TAKE NISSAN DIAGNOSES.... SO, I ASKED HER HOW DOES SHE WANT ME TO PUSH IT THERE? SINCE, THE TRANSMISSION IS OUT OF MY CAR ALREADY.... SHE WASN'T GETTING IT AT ALL. I ASKED HER IF SHE OWNED A NISSAN HERSELF AND SHE STATED NO SHE GOT RID OF IT LAST YEAR...... CAN THIS PROBLEMS FALL INTO THE LEMON LAW? STILL DON'T KNOW WHAT'S WRONG WITH IT, AS OF YET? WILL NEVER BUY, REFER ANYONE, TO BUY A NISSAN.
TOOK IT TO NISSAN REGARDING COOLANT LEAKING IN THE TRANSMISSION... THEY TOLD ME IT WILL BE VERY PRICEY AND SUGGESTED TO CALL MY INSURANCE COMPANY AND MAKE A CLAIM SAYING I HIT A POTHOLE, SO THEY COULD FIX IT..
- Maria R.,
Hillside, NJ, US
2006 Nissan Pathfinder- needed a new battery so I changed it. When I took it for a test drive it would not accelerate properly. It starts off very sluggish and once you get to about 30 miles per hour it finally picks up speed. After several tests and checking on codes it is said to be stuck in fail safe mode. I have taken it to several repair shops and Nissan dealers and most are saying to replace the transmission (at my own expense). Although the warranty was recently extended to cover up to 80,000 miles (with no explanation from Nissan) and mine has 86,000. Nissan is saying they won't cover it and too bad. I don't understand how a car with 86,000 miles can need a new transmission. Nissan is also not willing to stand by their products to help cover the cost of the new transmission. I also don't understand how changing a battery can cause your car to lose all power. It is not able to go up hills or steep driveways.
- Andrew B.,
Powder Springs, GA, US