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#61 NVAD

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Posted 12 April 2018 - 06:39 PM

Just wanted to thank you guys for posting this issue and its possible solution(s). I just encountered this issue trying to downshift from auto to manual and was wondering what was going on. I've got about 90,000 miles on my 2012 NV2500. Dealer flushed the transmission fluid on the maintenance free transmission last service @ 70,000 miles and Ive had a few issues since then and was starting to wonder if servicing the maintenance free transmission was the cause. Not switching from auto to manual is one issue. The other is not engaging after shifting from park to drive. Both are intermittent problems (of course) right now anyway. I'm wondering if a faulty TCM could be the cause of both of these issues. Something I'll be bringing up with the dealers service dept. Thank you again for all the posts in this thread. Super helpful.



#62 radin2son

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Posted 12 April 2018 - 10:24 PM

I’ve never had it not engage manual mode from auto or disengage.

I wouldn’t even call it intermittent, but I have had it not shift into D. Caught between N and D even though it looked to be in D. Shifted it back to N, then D. I attributed it to sloppy shifting on my part.

Had transmission fluid changed at 30 and 60k at dealership. No related problems.

#63 NVAD

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Posted 13 April 2018 - 03:01 PM

I’ve never had it not engage manual mode from auto or disengage.

I wouldn’t even call it intermittent, but I have had it not shift into D. Caught between N and D even though it looked to be in D. Shifted it back to N, then D. I attributed it to sloppy shifting on my part.

Had transmission fluid changed at 30 and 60k at dealership. No related problems.

Thanks for the response. Good to know about no issues with a transmission fluid flush. If it ends up being a mechanical issue I'll post what it is. Thanks again.



#64 radin2son

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Posted 14 April 2018 - 11:39 AM

I re-read Daniel’s initial post forward and came to the conclusion that an obd scanner should be part of every NV tool kit.

I have Bosch mobile scan that works with both of our vehicles and shows codes when the check engine light comes on or with an emissions scan. There are less expensive units available.

Auto parts stores also can run a scan and give you the code. The benefit of having your own is to be able to determine if you can drive it or need to get it towed. Nissan roadside service will cover the tow to the nearest commercial dealership. The longest tow that I’m aware of is Moab to SLC.

If you have a problem, service will ask what code came up. This way they have a starting point.

There haven’t been any recent posts regarding Commercial customer service. Hope it improved but doubtful...






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