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Transmission slipage i have a 2005 nissan altima 2.5 with 81,000 miles and hesitates going into gear sometimes what may be problem

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If you haven't changed the transmission yet, try changing your transmission fluid..

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I had the same problem and took it in the dealer. The teeth from the gear broke off. They had to replace the whole trans. at their expense.

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2005 Altima auto zone code po725 poor connection between pcm and tcm what does this mean , check engine light is on how can I resolve this issues?


Google any codes you get

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There are lots of sites with more info
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You have gotten the codes & now know you have
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When putting car in drive it hesitates before it goes into gear, sometimes it is quick, sometimes it takes forever in my 2004 Nissan Altima


Yes, but you can have similar problems on the outside of the transmission if your car uses cables to shift. If the cables are binding or dry they can bind in one direction and move freely in the other. Temperature can also affect the cable shift or internal transmission parts

Now sometimes internal transmission parts can bind or hang in place. Valve bodies could do it and sometimes electric solenoids could stick.

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