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Old 11-18-2014, 08:25 AM   #1
 
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I have read that the 05 and up Maximas have trans issues. From what I read they are the trans solenoids. Some either replace 2 solenoids from aftermarket company or others get the updated valve body from Nissan. I ran across a 05 Maxima 5sp auto that the owner says is throwing 2 trans codes and will not shift into 4th. Anyone know what the best solution is/and or a shop that specializes in these issues?

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Does it slip or just not engage 4th? If it just wont engage then the shift solenoid is bad as you said. Any trans shop can do this. Call around for pricing. .. transverse trans are not cheap to work on because of location. Also how many miles and how does the fluid look? if its brown like oil the trans fluid is burnt. I would have the pan dropped and replace the filter and fluid as well. Dont flush the trans. That can cause all the clutch material to get whipped away and it will slip
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