Includes manufacturer warranty of 3+ years or 50,000+ miles. My daughter has a 2008 Sentra with 31000 miles on it and the transmission blew up. The second one broke down at 68,845, only 2 weeks after getting it back, 173 miles. I had the mechanic check it out a couple of times but wasn't readily noticeable at those times. The Sentra is a pleasant small sedan in everyday driving.
The '08 Sentra probably had two transmission choices, depending on the motor. The service manager then said it was because they found remnants of rubber under car. Let the adjuster investigate and O. I'm at 123k, them bastards. It is possible that the transmission was damaged by an impact or water damage, which would not be covered. The problem is the transmission, but it just may be acting exactly as Nissan designed it to act.
I am frustrated I feel like crying everytime I think about all the phone calls I have made and how everyone refuses to assist me. It is very unsafe and unreliable to take on any long trips. Their employees are poorly trained and poorly paid, are not actually real technicians in most cases, and are pushed to the limit to get cars in and out as fast as possible. Force them to prove that the case is damaged because of either abuse or impact. They are aware of this problem and just keep replacing it with rebuilt transmissions.
The fluid was changed and a valve was replaced, not sure exactly what was replaced though. But we found the Sentra tricky to control in a simulated emergency maneuver, as it had a tendency to lose grip too easily and slide. Said slight leak was not to worry over. She is very particluar about her car. How do you do that? Going to Jiffy Lube was possibly a huge mistake. Do I get an attorney? Either way, Nissan bears no responsibility here unless you can introduce some new evidence to the contrary.
Younger, inexperienced guys servicing cars under a hurry up business model like this leads to a lot of errors. When got out of car, there was transmission fluid all over drive. As usual, ok4450 has defined the probable situation very well. We carry a wide-ranging catalog of used Nissan transmissions for all applications including gas and diesel engines. Rubber from a pad on an oil change hoist? Only way to know that is to have someone else look at the car, as quickly as you can. Buy used Nissan Sentra transmission from our network that offers up to a two-year warranty on qualified units! Now I think that they are trying to get out of paying for this tranny. That, however, does not mean that the transmission is malfunctioning.
I've been the only owner. They serviced the car for nearly 8 years and they never caught a tranny problem? There is definitely more here than meets the eye. Install new transmission filter, gaskets and seals and transmission fluid. Includes all bearings, seals and gaskets. Includes gasket, lip seal s and O-ring s as needed for proper installation. She was very particular to take it to the dealership for inspections, just in case… So…she comes home last week no trouble with car…all running fine and goes to park her car in the driveway, when it was put in reverse, backed into space and smelled something.
Does she have any recourse? The towing company showed up that same day and towed the car to Nissan Dealership. The Paul Harvey and the rest of the story… I hope you all are ok with me going into details. After 67,672 miles the first one broke down where the car had to be towed 95 miles to the Nissan Dealer. Buy your used Nissan Sentra transmissions from us and save time and money. Regardless, the car should be under factory warranty until the 36k mile mark for the bumper to bumper warranty, and to either 60k or 120k miles for the transmission, depending on which one, under the power train warranty, and then whatever the extended warranty covers. Auto repair shop prices are set by each shop and may be different than price ranges estimated here - particularly if the scope of work varies from that described here.
All other trademarks used herein are trademarks of their respective owners. Dealer said it overheated and burned up, that the computer shut the car off for the safety of the transmission. Automotive warranties do not cover either type of damage—and that is true for every company in addition to Nissan. One of the mechanics there went as far as to say that her son who is 3 months old might have taken it out for a joy ride. The dealer changed the entire transmission.
Took it to dealer we bought it from who then took it to Nissan. Valve Body 56000 km front driver side axle changed 85484 km Transmission was slipping and you had to accelerate more and rev the engine more to speed up. Well, the car is an '08 so it could have been sold in '07. If the hole was caused by something coming loose inside the transmission, it should be covered…A careful investigation should pin-point the cause… Kathy, I Think This Has Been Figured Out, Sort Of. Any help would be appreciated. Took it to dealer we bought it from who then took it to Nissan.