Advance Auto Parts has 8 different Automatic Transmission Fluid for your vehicle, ready for shipping or in-store pick up. . On the second and third visit the brake pads were replace. The dealership has not been able to diagnose the problem with the transmission. When hesitating, the car loses acceleration and sometimes when it does change into the next gear, there is a loud clunk noise.
About 2 months ago returned to the dealer because along with the shaking and noise now there is a loud clunking on the right passenger side. Driving and does not require the fluid be changed until 100,000 miles. So I went to an outside tire dealer to have replaced, was told rim was bent. Based on complaints on a website she felt that a clamp nut may be loose. After 6 phone calls with Nissan customer care they too decided that they felt it was out of warranty and not their problem.
Luckily, no pedestrians were in the way of the uncontrollable vehicle. It was me, I found the 6 quarts over on the shelf for commercial accounts desk and of course I needed more than 6 quarts but when I went to order the product they said they only had 6 in stock so I just dealt with it but when I was there and I ended up finding the fluid myself I also seen that they had an additional 3 quarts including the 6 I ordered but like usual their inventory count is off as usual. I am now told that claim will be denied because a diagnostic test was not done when I took the vehicle in at 59,000 miles. The transmission jerked, and hesitated in low gears. The first time dust was blown off the brakes.
So I went back to the dealership and received a recommendation to speak with the service manager. When it comes to your Nissan Altima, you want parts and products from only trusted brands. The driver then waited a minute and started the vehicle again and was able to drive it. I then was driving about 35 mph and the right front tire blew out. I can't count how many times I've order parts for my customers go to the store to pick them up and they say they can't find them and pretty much tell me they can't help me that I should go check another store as if fuel, time, and running a business is free! Also the key gets stuck in the ignition which it has been doing for a couple of years. At this time I plan to pursue this further by contacting the better business bureau and lemon law to see if they can assist in anyway.
If you are interested in advertising a for-profit service,. I'm on a time sensitive situation at all times with my clients and the last thing I need is to be told the part s i was charged for upfront is not in stock like it said it was, so now not only am I wasting my time, fuel, money! Called Nissan said tires were not covered under warranty. The contact stated that upon starting the vehicle and shifting into different gears, it would not move. You can feel the shaking in the seats, gear shift and steering wheel. Or soon i guess parts will be sourced elsewhere. I'm on a time sensitive situation at all times with my clients and the last thing I need is to be told the part s i was charged for upfront is not in stock like it said it was, so now not only am I wasting my time, fuel, money! I pulled off the side of the road and after several attempts was able to restart the car.
The campaign that they show for the crankshaft position sensor is for the 2002-3 Altima models. It is formulated with full-synthetic, premium base oils, long-life friction modifiers, unique anti-wear additives and shear stable viscosity modifiers that help prevent oil film breakdown. I have had nothing but problems. The check engine light has come on in the past and after having the computer cleared the problem goes away. The dealership finally did a diagnostics test at 67,000 miles and determined that the transmission was bad, but they will not replace under warranty. Again called Nissan was told that was my problem. A local mechanic determined it was a broken catalytic converter.
The manufacturer was notifed and they were unaware of the failure. Noticed when driving the vehicle it accelerated, then when letting off the accelerator was pulling back like a rubber band effect. This has not been addressed by the dealership. Noticed transmission slipping at 59,000 miles. After one lap at creeping speed of 5 mph, motorist found an unoccupied parking spot facing the woods.
The dealership has already replaced the transmission solenoid pack but that has not fixed the problem. It's unsafe to drive a vehicle with an undependable transmission. The premium has been determined based on annual premium data for defined coverages liability, comprehensive and collision from a major insurer. It was me, I found the 6 quarts over on the shelf for commercial accounts desk and of course I needed more than 6 quarts but when I went to order the product they said they only had 6 in stock so I just dealt with it but when I was there and I ended up finding the fluid myself I also seen that they had an additional 3 quarts including the 6 I ordered but like usual their inventory count is off as usual. Nissan claimed that there was no such campaign and they could not help me. The contact owns a 2005 Nissan Altima. The contact states they have never had any problems with the vehicle until after the recall was done.
This did not correct the problem therefore the dealer determined the transmission needed to be replaced. The product worked good for a customers 2005 ford freestyle and you can't beat the online discounts compared to any other parts store. The fourth time, the brakes were determined to be 'glazed' and nothing could be done to repair the problem. They have had my car more times in the last 2 months then I care to remind myself. I continued to pursue the claim even after the 60,000 mile warranty expiration period.