The First Failure Was A Complete Loss Of All Electrical power On The Vehicle While Driving And In Traffic. Upon Shutdown And Restart, Transmission Functioned Normally. This Has Happened Before While Driving Where It Will Slip From Drive To Neutral. The failure mileage was 40,000. He also said that I was the third customer complaining this problem on that day alone.
The salvage yards that process orders through our service are verified as reputable, so you can be sure you are getting quality Nissan parts for a whole lot less than what you would pay if you purchased a new transmission control module at a Nissan dealer. We Turned The Vehicle Off A Second Time And Restarted. Also while driving the car would begin to shudder violently and would not stop until the vehicle came to a complete stop. The vehicle was not repaired. Eventually they did replicate the issue and are now replacing the transmission control module after consulting with Nissan.
Only able to shift to neutral with vehicle off to roll to a parking space on the side of the road. It is getting worse and more frequent. The Dealer Is Now Waiting For Technical Direciton From nissan And I Am Waiting For A Return Call From A nissan Consumer Affairs Regional Specialist. May 06, 2004 The Transmission Slipped On Three Occasions. The Drive Home Was Uneventful.
After reprograming dealer could not duplicate issue and told us that was all that could be done until they could personally duplicate the issue. Transmission shop reported that coolant leaked into the pcm compartment causing this problem. I was stranded in winter with a 3 month old in the car. Abnormal burning smell coming from front of car was observed. I Realize That My Vin Number Is Not One Of These And The Nice Folks At The Call Center And The Service Folks At The Dealerships Are powerless To Do Anything Unless There Is A Vin Match. I Brought It Into The Dealer And They Could Not Duplicate The Problem, And Told Me If It Happens Again To Go To The Closest Dealer While The Problem Was Happening. The Contact Has Called The nissan Corporation And Filed A Complaint And Was Given 557-22135 As A Reference Number.
Slowly drove it around the block back home. The failure was not diagnosed or repaired. The tpms was replaced, but the sensor illuminated again a few weeks later. Full transmission fluid and radiator flush of systems. I Have A Problem That I Am Not Resolved On And Details Are As Follows: I Am A Reserve Navy Officer Now Deployed To Iraq, Which Makes This Entire Evolution A Bit Difficult.
They Also Found No Error Codes In The Computer. Vehicle was purchased on 20031220. When you purchase a used Nissan Pathfinder transmission control module from our affiliated salvage yards, you can be confident you are getting a transmission control module that meets or exceeds the original Nissan manufactured parts for your Pathfinder. Dealer looked over car said they were to reprogram the tcm as this is a known issue. Issue recurred several times on my commute home.
Vehicle was purchased on 20040307. As it turns out the transmission blew a fuse and was not registering that the vehicle was in park. Vehicle was purchased on 20040124. The Engine Was Recalled And The Car Fixed At 58,000 Miles. Very Difficult To Get The Car To Move Out Of Traffic. Vehicle was using Cruise Control. The Same Issue Happened Again Week Of January 31, 2005 Again Now The Car Has 87,000.
Repair Recommended Is To Replace Transmission including Computer And Radiator And Hoses. We Called The Service Department And They Told Us If There Was A Problem With The Transmission An Error Light Would Appear On The Dash. First Time It Failed To Accelerate From A Stop. Dealer Was Contacted And Stated That Never Heard About This Problem. The failure mileage was approximately 89,000. Vehicle was purchased on 20010717. The Car Is Behaving Just Like It Did When The Car Lost power On The Highway Twice Before The Recall.