Nissan Infiniti Transmission Problems

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Owners of Nissan and Infiniti vehicles have experienced transmission problems and may be entitled to compensation for loss of use, repair costs and other problems.  Enclosed is material obtained from the NHTSA dealing with an investigation into Nissan transmission problems.

INFINITI JX  2013   POWER TRAIN:AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION:COOLING UNIT AND LINES    Nissan North America, Inc.    Transmission cooler hose separation

Nissan North America (Nissan) submitted a Defect Information Report to NHTSA describing a defect of inadequate hose clamping force that may result in the internal transmission oil cooler (ITOC) hose detaching from the cooler.  Transmission fluid leakage from a detached ITOC hose results in a progressive series of symptoms beginning with malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) illumination, followed by noise and vibration and culminating in loss of power due to transmission failure.Many of the incident vehicle drivers interviewed by ODI indicated that the loss of power occurred soon after the first symptoms were observed.

Owners of all potentially affected vehicles will be notified within 60 days to take their vehicles to a Nissan dealer.  The dealer will install an oil hose repair kit at no charge to owners.  ODI’s analysis of failure data for the 3,065 Pathfinder vehicles that are included in Nissan’s recall identified 12 Vehicle Owner Questionnaires (VOQs), 134 Nissan complaints and field reports and 259 warranty claims.This equates to a complaint/field report rate of 47.6 incidents per thousand vehicles (IPTV) and a warranty claim rate of 8.5 percent.The failure rates for the 120,474 subject vehicles that are not included in the recall are much lower, with complaint rates of 0.4 and 0.8 IPTV and warranty claim rates of 0.1 and 0.2 percent for the remaining MY 2013 Pathfinder and JX vehicles, respectively.

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If you purchased a Nissan vehicle and experienced transmission problems, you may be entitled to compensation.  Call for a Free Consultation.

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