Question about 2000 Nissan Maxima
Started off with a speed sensor error - took to shop, who did not find a speed sensor error, but instead found two transmission errors which required an entire valve body assemply replacement. They day we picked up the car (only replaced based on the codes it was showing, which did not include speed sensor), it started to hang up between the shift from 2nd to 3rd. Took back to shop and they can not duplicate, but while trying to duplicate, the speed sensor came back on. We are able to duplicate once in a while, but is this a problem with the valve body replacement? This is a completely new error and I believe the shop should correct - especially based on the price tag to replace the valve body!
Hi if the shop worked on your transmission and you specified about this code then they are reliable they should fix with no cost being that you paid for this service already good luck
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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