Question about 2005 Nissan Maxima
Why do you need a new transmission? What was it doing. Becareful in working with a dealership. One of the most common problems is that of hard shifting or the engining reving inbetween gears then slamming into gear. This is a problem with the valve body that shifts the gears. If you get this fixed soon and are careful driving it to a good transmission shop, you will not need a full transmission. The valve body, fulid and gaskets must be replaced. This will run $1500-$1800 not $3500
This is a known defect withthe transmission that has not been recalled. Report this to NHTSA as a safety related issue.
Posted on Sep 30, 2010
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