It is getting worse and more frequent. After tow and diagnosis, dealer found failure in the radiator leaked coolant into transmission and there for failure of tcm transmission control module. He came back with some crazy numbers despite the fact that my credit score is 750. While driving unknown speeds, the transmission shuddered and slipped. It also happened from time to time while on slow speed but happened most of the time while making turns. This codes mean a lack of connumication.
U 1000 an U1001 one of the modules is having a problem on the wiring for the C. Not happy about this at all. While on the highway, it has become necessary to restart the car while rolling in neutral to avoid having to switch lanes into faster moving cars. Customer satisfaction was definitely their number one concern! The car was repaired and running fine however a new problem emerged, that is a result of the same radiator leak. What are the other codes that you had? The manufacturer was notified of the failure and informed the contact that the repairs would be at his expense. She was stopped at a stoplight on a busy freeway and suddenly could not move the vehicle.
In addition, the contact stated that the tire pressure monitor sensor tpms indicator illuminated. It's not actually that expensive for a gallon of concentrate. Class 2 serial data is transmitted on a single wire at an average of 10. This is what it said. No other changes have been made.
It created a huge safety issue for her and my sons. I have in writing from the previous owner before the sale that the radiator was changed before there were any issues with the coolant. It last a few seconds and during that time it was as if the car was riding on very rough continuous surface like driving on the warning strip to slow speed at the toll booths. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The vehicle was not repaired. I would try checking all of the fuses, here is a guide and diagrams to help us get it fixed.
The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic. Took the car to Nissan dealership was told coolant leaking into transmission due to a defected seal in the radiator to fix the problem ecm,tcm, transmission and radiator need to be replaced about 7,000 to fix the problem Nissan need to correct there mistakes not recall one component that got fried because coolant leaked on it that's not going to correct the problem. N - controller area network. How did you pull this code? Rpm would jump up and down with constant or no throttle applied. I'm fed up with trying to fix a vehicle that I kept maintained with the necessary maintenance checks.
The vehicle was not repaired. Now, while driving, the car randomly stalls and loses all power. Transmission shop reported that coolant leaked into the pcm compartment causing this problem. The part alone is 1,350. Nissan dealership said they have owners on their 2nd and 3rd transmission and no permanent fix. Depending on the situation, this issue could present a major safety hazard and did for me.
I am going to look into this bulletin. Also while driving the car would begin to shudder violently and would not stop until the vehicle came to a complete stop. All vehicles are sold cosmetically as is. Its Variable transmission and Premium Unleaded V-6 3. Due to this defect my family was stranded, I had to leave my work and pick them up in below 30 degree temperatures. I actually vaguely knew about the issue before but now I'm getting my Phd. When she pulled away from the intersection the vehicle moved very slowly and would no longer shift.
Or should I just return it and get the Nissan branded antifreeze? Less than a mile out of the dealer, while making turn at the traffic light, the noticeable rumbling happened again. Estimate to rebuild the tranny is more than the truck is worth. Unfortunately we do not have access to the full versions. Before do any repairs with the U1000 and U1001 codes, the factory recommend repairing any other problems in the car. Two days later I was in traffic and car wouldn't go past 10 mph. It's a high speed standard designed for powertrain control modules, antilock brakes and stability control systems. A week later the car was parked and would not start.