Question about 1995 Nissan Maxima
My 95 Nissan Maxima has about 200,000 miles on it, I just had my transmission replaced about 4 months ago,
Starting about a week ago I would start to drive and when I'd get to a stop light, instead of inching forward when I let my foot off the gas it would stay stopped, and (once in a while roll backwards!) I'd have to sit with my foot on the gas reving the engine a few times before it would 'catch' & start to drive- sometimes *jumping* forward.
It has gotten progressively worse, especially from this cold weather we just got, and when I'm driving just main roads my car's basically rolling forward with the RPM going way too high before switching gears, (as if my wheels are spinning in mid air but going nowhere)
Highways are fine, and once the car warms up it seems to do a little better but...
This morning I stopped at the gas station before work to let the car warm up and I went to reverse out of the spot and the Engine started revving and spinning as it does, when it finally caught, It actually drove FORWARD.
Please HELP, I just have no idea, I've gotten so much work done on this car already within the span of having it~
Any suggestions or ideas soooo much appreciated!
Check the transmission fluid for starters. sounds like it is low. Is tranny still under warranty? I would take it back to whoever did work
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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