Question about 2005 Nissan Xterra
Take it to a transmission shop, To take it for a road test,There is no charge for that, End seewhat they stay the problem is, Take it to more then one place, To see what they stay the problem is with it, If they all cliam the same thing, Then replace it, That way you are not putting in something it didn,t need in the first place, Unless you have money to burn,
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