Nissan Altima Transmission Problem-3

Multiple consumers have complained of various transmission problems on the Nissan Altima.  The continuously variable automatic transmission may shake, shudder, bump or vibrate during normal vehicle operation. This may be  due to either a faulty valve body inside the transmission or the CVT needing to be replaced.Lemon law claims lady

One sources suggests the NHTSA has received (512) five-hundred-twelve consumer complaints between August 2005 to May 2012 regarding transmission problems. https://www.facebook.com/Nissan-Recall-Transmission-Failure-443732829006284/
Nissan Recall Transmission Failure

WE ARE POSITIVE THERE ARE MORE PEOPLE OUT THERE WITH THIS SAME PROBLEMS AND HAVE YET TO FILE A COMPLAINT, THE MORE CASES THEY RECEIVE THE BEST CHANCES OF A RECALL, DO NOT LEAVE IT FOR LATER FILE YOUR CASE AND PASS THE WORD!!

Here is a typical complaint

My daughter  has a 2014 Altima while driving the engine will over rev (sometimes red lining) but lose speed especially during times of high humidity or rain events ( as a matter of fact every time ) Wright Nissan of Wexford, PA. says no code, can not duplicate. now mind you this has been in the shop now for the fourth time. even though maybe a fuel issue but this time it was full and it was recorded trying to make a left from full stop onto a side road (25MPH) and it couldn’t do it.

The continuously variable automatic transmission may shake, shudder, bump or vibrate during normal vehicle operation. This is due to either a faulty valve body inside the transmission or the CVT needing to be replaced.
CALL 973-598-1980 FOR A FREE CONSULTATION ON YOUR NISSAN ALTIMA TRANSMISSION PROBLEM

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