Transmission issue?

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Re: Transmission issue?

Postby Wazza » Tue Mar 05, 2019 6:53 pm

Hi Brad

I will have to read more then if it's common - I'll search in this forum and see what shows up...

It's definitely noticeable up-hill or at any stage where you accelerate on an incline, which of course is putting 'load' on components. Until a change down in gear, then it's fine. The reality is - it wasn't there before Xmas and now it is - so what is causing it? That's the million $ question?! I might be wasting my time visiting the Auto Gearbox specialist? Maybe not...

Is it gearbox or maybe driveshaft. I suppose it going to be an elimination game. It's disappointing as the Pathy is awesome - I don't want to get rid of it!! :)

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Re: Transmission issue?

Postby Wazza » Tue Mar 05, 2019 10:33 pm

Found this post online - http://australiancar.reviews/reviews.ph ... er&gen=712

It certainly describes the issue - but reading through other posts on here tonight, maybe it's not the Torque Converter... might be worth changing though... I'll ask Nissan how much.
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Re: Transmission issue?

Postby toymaz » Fri Mar 15, 2019 10:34 pm

Hi Wazza
That sounds like the issue ,definitely different to what Canberra Nissan workshop foreman told me.
My mate has same year model ,spain built d40...its the same.
Mine has done this for years, its just more noticeable since , the bigger tyres alter speed@revs slightly.
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