Question about 2005 Nissan Frontier
I have an 2008 nissan frontier, & noticed (since purchased new, at 50 miles on odometer) that once warmed up, there's about a 3 second delay when i shift from neutral or park into drive (or reverse).
It's also a 'gentle' engagement.
When at fast idle , eg, when it's cold) there is no such delay.
Seems to otherwise shift ok when on the road.
Acceleration a bit low.
It now has 900 mles on it (most short trips). have i damaged it, or are short trips my salvation (assuming trans fluid is low)?
Other identical models don't have this delay. (i drove 2)
Thats a deff. tranny prob. theres a fluid transition prob when it goes to buildup... almost like air brakes
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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