Last post on Dec 04, 2013 at 12:12 PM
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Nissan Rogue, Safe Driving, Auto Repair, Transmission, SUV
#80 of 237 Re: National Safety Commission [errbear14]
Mar 25, 2012 (10:33 am)
I have a 2008 Rogue and without warning the power steering went out I almost went off the road but keep the car in the road. Got it back to the dealer and found out my certified car was not under warranty for this problem and it would cost 1000 to repair. i have filed a complaint with nissan. I cannot drive the car. and it has set for a week because I cannot pay for repair. I have a friend as an attorney and plan on a lawsuit. I hope Nissan goes Bankrupt for selling JUNK!!!
#81 of 237 Re: National Safety Commission [dougc56]
Mar 25, 2012 (5:05 pm)
I would contact the district manager for nissan. Also, does your certification exclude the power steering in writing? Also, contact the state attorney general for your state and complain, and file a complaint with the BBB.
Good luck, Jim
#82 of 237 SPEED ABRUPTLY REDUCED TO 30MPH
Apr 13, 2012 (9:49 am)
I have rogue 2008 purchased as second hand (in Ghana). It has recently developed a problem of abrupt reduction in speed when in motion. What are the causes of such problem
#83 of 237 Rogue loss of forward power
Apr 13, 2012 (3:49 pm)
My first look, see would be the transmission fluid level and type. Standard transmission fluid is red, and Rogue fluid is not. Usually quick change oil service will not know about the requirement.
#84 of 237 Re: Rogue loss of forward power [rogue_driver]
Apr 14, 2012 (7:02 pm)
You should also taste the fluid. Bad fluid has burnt taste. Do not swallow. If the fluid is bad haVe it power flushed, do no just drained and replace. Use a qualified mechanic, and use Nissan transmission fluid.
Check if the car has a recall on the transmission. You may be covered.
Please advise as to what happens.
#85 of 237 Re: Rogue Transmission [testagm]
Apr 20, 2012 (6:26 am)
My 2010 Rogue's CVT went out in December 2011 while I was driving 75 mph on the tollway. I had it towed (on a cold rainy Sunday) to the dealership where I bought it. The next morning, it drove just fine for them. The could not find any codes in the computer indicating a problem. I refused to take it back until the found something. A week later they said they replaced some valve and seal and I was good to go. Fast forward to March 2012. Same problem, same speed, same roadway. My car has 36,000 miles on it at this point. Had it towed back to the dealership. The next day, thankfully this time, it duplicated the problem for them. They replaced the transmission. It still did not show any computer codes, by the way. The warranty for the CVT is 120,000 miles. I wish I wasn't so upside down in it so I could get rid of it!
#86 of 237 Re: Rogue Transmission [gailintx]
Apr 20, 2012 (8:59 am)
I am glad you got the transmission replaced. I would keep the car now. The main problem with the car has been fixed.
Enjoy the car. It is a very good vehicle.
#87 of 237 Re: Rogue Transmission [gailintx]
May 10, 2012 (8:51 pm)
We just bought a Nissan rogue 2012 last month with 3400 miles on it. Im completely freaked out now to even drive it and were suppose to be going from Augusta ga area up to NC mountains this coming week in it. I havent had any issues yet but it sounds like its coming. Can you tell me anything else about the 2010 or should I just sit and be scared?
Before we bought it, it was a fleet car for a company and then the dealership bought it at an auction where we got it. The reports for it are clear thus far. It now has 5000 a little over miles on it. Any tips help TY :/
#88 of 237 Re: Rogue Transmission [nena_white]
May 11, 2012 (1:47 am)
Nena, Please ignore the hot air you read. Many like to demonstrate their personal insecurities by telling stories where no one can confront them face to face with truth. I bought my 2009 with 25,000 miles and now have 30,000. Beautiful!! Although a bit expensive, you could have the transmission fluid changed to give you a little extra confidence. It is true that a very small fraction of these CVT transmissions had early life issues, 99 % are just fine. I have come to believe most trouble comes from young drivers who like to race, but will not admit it when sharing their personal grief.
#89 of 237 Re: Rogue Transmission [captmiller]
May 11, 2012 (8:34 am)
I am one of those who suffered loss of acceleration in the middle of an intersection. Very scary, and thank god I had the green arrow and wasn't struck by oncoming traffic! However, I would agree with captmiller when he says not to worry. If you have a 2012, I'm sure they have worked out the bugs of the 2010 that I still drive. I had my CVT replaced and the problem has not returned since. Drive happy!
(By the way, I would disagree with the comment of assuming the people who had problems are young drivers who like to speed. I am not one of them, and the others who wrote in sounded like nice couples on long road trips like I was.)