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#252 of 281 Re: 2008 Nissan Altima - CVT Transmission Failure [randancer]
Mar 26, 2013 (5:10 pm)
IF YOU HAVE HAD A FAILED CVT TRANSMISSION OR A FAILING ONE GO TO THE NISSAN DEALER AND GET IT REPLACED FOR FREE!!!!!!! THATS RIGHT. MY 2007 ALTIMA HAD A PROBLEM AND THEY REPLACED THE CVT FOR FREE AND EVEN GAVE ME A RENTED CAR FOR THE ENTIRE TIME THAT THEY HAD MY CAR.
CHECK IT OUT HERE
THEY HAVE EXTENDED THE WARRANTY TO 120000 MILES SO GO GET IT NOW. JUST WANTED TO SHARE WITH EVERYONE.
#253 of 281 NISSAN CVT FAILURE
Mar 26, 2013 (5:12 pm)
IT COVERS FAILURES AS FAR BACK AS 2010. SO IF YOU ALREADY PAID FOR IT THEY WILL REIMBURSE YOU. THIS DOESNT HAPPEN EVERYDAY SO LETS ALL TAKE ADVANTAGE OF IT.
#254 of 281 Re: 2008 Nissan Altima - CVT Transmission Failure [nizzan1]
Mar 27, 2013 (6:16 am)
I HAD A 2010 ALTIMA, THE DEALER REPLACED THE TRANSMISSION TWICE, THEY GAVE ME LOANER EVERYTIME MY CAR WAS DOWN (5 TIMES- OVERALL DOWN TIME APPROXIMATE 30 DAYS) THE THIRD TIME THE TRANSMISSION FAILED NISSAN ACCEPTED TO BUY THE CAR BACK FROM ME. IT ONLY LAST ME 1 YEAR - 15,000 MILES. I AM DRIVING A HONDA ACCORD NOW. I HOPE NISSAN CAME UP WITH AN IMPROVED TRANSMISSION THIS TIME.
#255 of 281 Failed CVT - rental car covered?
Mar 30, 2013 (1:21 pm)
To anyone who has had their CVT repaired on the extended warranty, does Nissan cover a rental car while it is being repaired? My car is 300 miles away (broke down 4 hours from home) and I have no one who give me rides, and public transportation is also not an option. I am a full time M-F, 8-5 student who cannot miss school. Hoping someone has good news about a rental car coverage!
#256 of 281 Re: Failed CVT - rental car covered? [shandi_nicole]
Mar 30, 2013 (2:42 pm)
Shandi, my dealer offered me a rental car without me even asking.
#257 of 281 Re: Failed CVT - rental car covered? [shandi_nicole]
Apr 01, 2013 (5:19 am)
The answer is YES Nissan does cover the cost of rental and it should be provided. They gave me one without even asking but i had to know more so i asked.
#258 of 281 Having trouble with '09 Altima 3.5 SE CVT Transmission
Apr 22, 2013 (1:01 pm)
Hello I recently bought 2009 Nissan Altima 3.5 SE equipped with CVT Transmission. I'm experiencing some trouble with its transmission. When I let go off accelerator engine makes a rattling sound and when it decelerate the engine gives a strong jerk and this jerk also happens when I accelerate the car. At high speed the car runs smoothly but at low speed I experience these problems. My car has done 76,000 kms on it. So warranty is expired.
I took it to Nissan Service in Saudi Arabia and they didn't mentioned anything about the transmission but after that when I took it to private workshop the mechanic pointed out that it's a transmission fault. Plus nothing was detected on computer diagnose testing by both Nissan and private workshop.
So any suggestions on what should I do and what could be the exact problem and how it can be rectified?
#259 of 281 Re: Having trouble with '09 Altima 3.5 SE CVT Transmission [mfarazkhan]
May 24, 2013 (2:23 pm)
Take it to the Nisson dealer and have the CVT fluid changed
#260 of 281 Re: My Transmission Story [brendapi]
Jun 23, 2013 (1:19 pm)
I have a 2008 Altima with 2.5S engine and cvt. The car has only 29700 miles. Recently I noticed the following: when driving on highway at speed 55+mph, I swiched the gear shifter from auto to manual mode. The digital shift indicator on the instrument panel stays on 5-th gear even if I increase my speed. The only way to get the indicator on 6-th gear was to manually up shift the transmission to 6-th gear. It does not seem right. Does my cvt has a problem? How do I know if my transmission works properly on auto mode? Is there any way to reset the cvt to default mode?
#261 of 281 Re: 2008 Nissan Altima - CVT Transmission Failure [nizzan1]
Jun 25, 2013 (12:33 pm)
I have a 2009 Altima and am going through the same CVT issues a lot of people on here have complained about: surging, slipping, etc. I took the car in today and it's covered by the 10 year, 10k mile warranty, but I was told my replacement transmission would only have a 1 year 12k mile warranty. This seems strange to me...anybody have any input on this??