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05 NISSAN ALTIMA JERKS ON TAKE OFF AND KNOCKS . TRANSMISSION FLUID IS FINE. DIAGNOSTICS TEST SHOWED NOTHING WAS WRONG. PLEASE HELP

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Have you been running the right octane for the car? if so try an additive to boost your octane.

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What is wrong with my Nissan 2013 Altima feels like trans is slipping and jerking when taken to the dealer nothing shows up on the computer


todays cars have several computer controls and sensors on the transmissions, and often when you have a problem it will show up on the computer. However there are still many internal mechanical parts that in know way register on the computer system, clutch disc wearing out causing slipping, a gear with teeth worn causing jerking or a torque converter can cause vibration or what some people describe as a jerking feeling..it sounds like you have something internal going on with the transmission. if you pull the transmission dipstick out trans fluid is a pinkish red color...if you see dark streaks or little fine pieces of ground metal on the dipstick its an indication that you have internal component wearing out. It is normal for these parts to wear, there is a magnet in the bottom of the transmission pan to collect these metal fragments,,but if you can see them mixed with the fluid on the dipstick the wear is usually excessive. and guessing you are probably still under warranty, If you are driving and it is doing it noticeably enough to record a video with your cell phone, and proof of a problem will help your cause.

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My '05 altima hesitates when i shift from park to drive then jerks into gear. once driving changes gears smoothly, no jerking, no slipping, no hesitation.


Read the owners manual for checking the Transmission Fluid. Usually it involves putting the car in Neutral and checking the fluid. If it is low, that could be the problem. If it is not, it may be a problem with the gears. I would take it to a shop to try to diagnose the issue.

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'05 Nissan Altima Low Beam not working


Need to disconnect ground to battery before replacing light bulb or fuse will blow. Fuse is located in engine compartment next to windshield washer fluid.

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Transmission slipping


absolutely. every maker like honda, nissan , toyota, have there specific tranny fluid to use because it does not over heat the tranny. dexron lll will hurt any japanese cars. i would check to which fluid they used and check with the dealer for the proper spec of oil.

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1993 Nissan Altima Gearshifter or Transmission problem


Sounds like a neutral safety switch in problem #1 and a sticky or faulty solinoid in problem #2
The tranny has quite a few solinoids that are electronic which sometimes burn out or fail with high mileage.
Hope this helps
Regards
Sam

May 12, 2009 | 1993 Nissan Altima

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Transmission Dipstick


you have no dipstick in the manual trans. it's non-maintenance kinda system and its sealed.
unless it's leaking you don't need service.

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2003 nissan altima 2.5s transmission rough shift


Probably sensors! I have already replaced the crankshaft positioning sensor once, nissan replaced it once under recall and now it is bad again! Plus my speed sensor is bad too! Go to any part store and get diagnostic test ran, it will tell what sensors are bad.

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