Just to find out that I was not the only one with this issue but many more like me. Does not accelerate when needs to. The Failure Persisted And The Vehicle Was Not Repaired. It starts to jerk gradually. I have an 04 Nissan Maxima also and I have the same problem as others. They know its a problem but are doing nothing about it. The Failure And Current Mileages Were 58,300.
It is currently back at the dealership awaiting testing. Tranny slips as engine rpm's rev as well. June 09, 2010 I Bought My 2006 nissan maxima Se In 2007 With About 8k Miles On It. Seems nissan Has No Clue As To Why The Problem Occurs And Only Solution Found Is Spending 3-5k Dollars To Replace The Transmission. It Finally Caught But Was A Close Call. Their really needs to be a recall on the maxima between 2004-2006 models before someone gets hurt. Since this appears after the car is driven for about 15 minutes, I will let the car sit for a while before I drive it again.
While Driving Approximately 25 Mph, The Vehicle Began To Jerk Violently. The contact did not inform the manufacturer of the failure. The vehicle is unsafe to drive once this condition appears. Every Single One Of Them Are Having The Same Exact Problem As I Am. I Told Him That I Also Have A 1994 nissan Altima With 300,00 Miles On It And I Have Never Had A Problem With The Transmission.
I had the flush done on the car, problems still exist. It seems to be much worse when accelerating and appears that it is happening when changing from 2nd to 3rd gear. The vehicle was then taken to an authorized dealer where the dealer advised replacing the transmission. I have been encountering trans. After returning home the vehicle was taken to a local repair shop who diagnosed the symptoms and not the root cause of the problem. In my example, I have not described any slipping of the transmission. The vehicle currently has 113,000 miles on it now.
Complaint Number: 10378642 Incident Date: November 10, 2010 Date Added to File: January 25, 2011 Description of the Complaint: The contact owns a 2006 nissan maxima. The Car Only Had Approx 80k Miles When This Started!! The current and failure mileages were 73,000. Most everything I have found has more than 100K miles. The Contact Was Able To Restart The Vehicle The Next Day And Took It To The Dealer For Diagnostic Testing. Mar 03, 2011 The Contact Owns A 2006 nissan maxima. By this january 2010 I started experiencing clank or hard shift in gear from 1st to 2nd it also clanks when coming down from 2nd to 1st gear.
I have been contacting dealers and they claim this is not a problem they know about regarding this model year. Complaint Number: 10258197 Incident Date: February 9, 2009 Date Added to File: February 10, 2009 Description of the Complaint: I did not have a crash. From what I understand the transmission is made for a 2. Like many others, I started noticing gear shifting auto trans at about 98K miles, so I took it to the dealership that honored the warranty before it expired. So I called Nissan Headquarters because I did my research and apparently this has happened to 2006 to 2017 Nissan cars!!! When I Change Gears From Park To Reverse, From Reverse To Drive, Or When Accelerating From 1st Gear To 2nd Gear There Is A Hard Jerking. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. My Latest Incident Is When At A Stop And Move To Accelerate The Car Starts Off As If It Was In 5th Gear! So many people have experienced this problem from 2004 to 2008.
If i let it sit for about 5 minutes starts fine and is back in first. I just purchased a 2006 Maxima. Nissan has done nothing to admit or address the issues with the transmission and I have read many similar stories online. Next, I started having issues with the drive computer resting itself and the presents on my radio clearing themselves. Car Is Unsafe To Drive. Mar 04, 2010 2006 nissan maxima Numerous Electronic Problems Affecting The Transmission. I could have lost my life and my family could be making arrangement for me but praise God I am alive to tell Nissan they should recall these cars asap.
After about a 2 months of purchasing it, it starting jerking while driving it. Without A Light Detecting This Problem A Lot Of Service People Are Unable To Find The Cause. All electric controls worked well. The Vehicle Stalled Within Seconds. However, the computer did not show anything wrong. The Contact Did Not Inform The Manufacturer Of The Failure. However, We Were Told That The Entire Motor Needs To Be Replaced And Their Are No Issues With The Transmission.
The Contact Called The Manufacturer Who Offered No Assistance. It seemed like the transmission would not shift and she could only go 20 mph after taking off. And That I See The Complaints Im Not The Only One. The contact also mentioned that the vehicle would jerk whenver the failure occurred. Complaint Number: 10393909 Incident Date: March 14, 2011 Date Added to File: March 31, 2011 Description of the Complaint: 2006 nissan maxima 3.
I Went And Got My Transmission Flushed Thinking That Would Solve The Problem. I never had a major problem with the car. Nissan Corp Consumer Affairs would not assist me in paying for the Firewall to be welded!! This Need To Be A Recall Enforced By The Government Safety Department. He stated nissan did extend a transmission warranty on some cars to 120,000, but mine was not part of that recall. A transmission is never cheap and they are one of those kinds of car repairs that need a professional to take care of them. I told the dealer how is this so this is a nissan. Other than oil changes, every time we had work done on this car it was done at the dealership broken tension arm assembly due to faulty part; air conditioning fix and recharge I don't know of anyone that takes their vehicle to the dealership to get the oil changed every time! I Just Purchased A 2006 maxima.