Nissan A federal class action lawsuit claims Nissan knowingly sold certain Maxima, Altima and Quest vehicles equipped with defective automatic transmissions that can suddenly and unexpectedly fail while being driven.

According to the Nissan transmission defect class action lawsuit, the allegedly defective transmissions are present in 2004-2006 Nissan Maximas, 2005-2006 Nissan Altimas, and 2004-2007 Nissan Quests. The class action lawsuit claims Nissan knew, or should have known, since at least 2004 that the automatic transmissions in these vehicles are defective, which can cause them to break down prematurely; experience transmission slips, delayed shifts, and acceleration surging; and suffer mechanical failure.

Rather than alerting consumers about this safety hazard and offering to repair the vehicles, “Nissan has concealed this problem from its customers at the time of purchase or lease and thereafter,” the class action lawsuit states. Not only has this put consumers in danger, but it has also allowed Nissan to profit from the defect by selling replacement parts to Class Members.

The Nissan transmission defect class action lawsuit is brought on behalf of all U.S. consumers who purchased or leased any 2004 through 2006 Maxima, 2005 through 2006 Altima, or 2004 through 2007 Quest vehicle equipped with an automatic transmission. It is seeking class certification, damages, disgorgement of profits, and injunctive relief.

A copy of the Nissan Transmission Defect Class Action Lawsuit can be read here.

The case is Howard Teba v. Nissan North America, Inc. and Nissan Motor Company, Ltd., Case No. 12-cv-00332, U.S. District Court, Central District of California, Western Division.

UPDATE: This case was voluntarily dismissed by the plaintiff on June 29, 2012. Details behind the dismissal were not indicated in court documents.

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664 Comments

  • Anonymous March 22, 2012

    How can I get added to this class action suit? I have a 2006 Nissan Maxima with the same transmission problems

    • Carl Johnson December 29, 2013

      I have a 2005 maxima with the same problem. How do I get added to the list?

      • Charles Williams March 21, 2014

        I have a 2006 Maxima that I got new!!! It has 91,000 miles on it. I just started have problems with the transmission this winter. The same problems as the other comments. It has been at the dealership for two weeks with no response on the repairs!! I would like to be added to the lawsuit, please contact me!!

        • alfredo gaytan-toro March 30, 2014

          i have a 2006 maxima with the same freaking issues.How do I get added to the list?

        • Gisela Calderon April 29, 2014

          My 2006 Maxima has only 83k miles on it and it has the same problem. I stopped driving it since January of this year because I was afraid that I would cause a bad accident because of the terrible jerking. It’s a shame that Nissan hasn’t do anything for their customers. I been a loyal customer, previously owned an Altima and a Versa but I will never buy any of their vehicle again!

      • Naomi Howell June 5, 2014

        Make complaint to Nissans Consumer Affairs dept. Then file a complaint with the State’s Consumer Affairs . Your state may have a formal complaint process you can follow to make a statement about your rights as a consumer. I did. Tell everyone you know.

      • Sue Henderson July 22, 2014

        I have a 2005 Nissan Maxima with the same transmission problems. How can I get added to the lawsuit?

        Thanks
        Sue

        • Julien Wallace July 29, 2014

          I also have a 2005 Nissan maxima with the same transmission problem and would like to be added to this lawsuit!

          • thomas goncalves August 7, 2014

            how can i be added to this lawsuit

          • Anonymous August 9, 2014

            I have a 2005 Nissan Maxima with the same problems. The transmission knocks and jerks. How do I get in on this class action lawsuit?

    • Danetta Milton January 1, 2014

      Again, here is the lawsuit that is open, please sign up: http://www.chimicles.com/nissan-transmission-failure-altima-maxima-and-quest-vehicles

      • Danetta Milton January 1, 2014

        The website is listed below on a post from Oct. 24 2012. You can actually click on the link and it will take you to the site. I’m not sure why you can’t click on the one I posted since I just copied and pasted it. Hopefully that will help us all.

        • Shauntae Lynch September 26, 2014

          I have a 2005 Nissan Maxima with 127000 miles on it and I’m having the same transmission problem. How can i joined the lawsuit. Thanks

      • Deangelo Pinder January 17, 2014

        I have a 2004 maxima with the same issues

      • gloria chiguina February 5, 2014

        Is guam included i have the same problem trans 2005 nissan quest pls reply

        • Carlton Osborne April 23, 2014

          We have a 2005 Nissan Quest with the same problem. Happened this past Easter Morning. Getting quoates for repair. I have read alot about this problem from others. This is extremely dangerous if failure happens at interstate speeds.

      • Carol Caruso March 22, 2014

        I have a 2005 Nissan Maxima with only 43000 miles, I too believe that the transmission is blown. The car died o me in the middle of a highway, pulled over and now the service engine light is on. I will take it to a Nissan dealer and see what Nissan has to say about this

      • gabriel March 23, 2014

        I have a n quest 2007, and I repaired the transmission $3,200 and 3 months after I have the same problem .

      • dominic dimeola June 10, 2014

        2007 Altima experiencing the same problems with jerking, shifting and a very loud noise coming from the transmission

    • Russell ferguson January 20, 2014

      I would like to be added to the lawsuit. I have a 2006 Maxima and I am experiencing the same issues with the transmission, no help what so ever from Nissan.

    • Richard Lipscomb January 26, 2014

      2006 Maxima started jumping when I put in in gear, had transmission problems with a 91 Pathfinder too. How do I get added to the list?

      • David Utaga February 1, 2014

        Hi, Im new to this site and I’m just wondering how did you add a comment?, so I could also ask how to be part of this law suit !

    • Eunice Salyer February 25, 2014

      I had the same problem with my Nissan Maxima a 2006. Which cost me 1500.00 to have it repaired I did not know there was a recall on this car. Repaired it in February 2013 aftter the problem made me afraid to drive the vehicle. I also had to pay 600.00 to rent a car to drive until the car was repaired. How do I join the class action lawsuit.

      • Jay June 16, 2014

        How is your car after repairs. I have the same problem.Did they replace the valve body?
        Pls Reply.

    • Nancy John March 5, 2014

      Please add my name to the class action suit my car has approx. 70 000 mile same issues slipping replaced motor mounts 2 x now need a new transmission.

      954-755-4246

    • Naomi Howell June 5, 2014

      Make complaint to Nissans Consumer Affairs dept. Then file a complaint with the State’s Consumer Affairs . Your state may have a formal complaint process you can follow to make a statement about your rights as a consumer. I did. Tell everyone you know.

    • Ricardo Castang July 26, 2014

      I have 2000 maxima… it would idle really high an jerk alot parked an when driven. I was advised to change the throttle body an sensors. Did that but now the jerking is worse an the tranny sticks in 2nd to 3rd. I mostly drive it in D2…!! Add me to this lawsuit… still working on some kind of solution. Great cars but it sucks the company won’t do a recall… guess they don’t care about us consumers getting hurt…!! Good thing we in America where we can take them to court for our safety…!! Judicial system don’t fail us now…!!

    • jennifer ellis August 2, 2014

      I have had same.issues since bought the car which is 06,maxima. Was in Nissan for week and then transmission shop for three days with undetermined cause and was told.to.monitor. 5k later car slipping so bad unable.to drive

    • Tammy August 27, 2014

      I have a 2005 Nissan Maxima and mine did the same thing now it is setting in the drive , I can’t drive because my daughter was driving it and it made a noise then everything on the dash quit working then it quit pulling… so I guess the transmission is out…But can’t understand why everything on the dash stopped working … the only thing that stayed on was the radio!!! Imagine that.. I wish we could get something for the problems this has caused ….I now have nothing to drive!!! Wish I was on this Class Action Law Suit to!!

    • Shante Moore October 24, 2014

      I have a 2006 Maxima & have the same exact problems with my transmission I had to get mine rebuild for 2400$ the transmission went completely out on me without any warning signs in the middle of a big intersection if it wasn’t for the traffic light being on red for the other cars I don’t know if I would be dead or alive today…something needs to be done about these transmissions asap

  • Anonymous April 3, 2012

    I too have a 2006 Nissan Maxima with a major transmission problem. How do I get in on this law suit?

  • Anonymous April 5, 2012

    I also have a 06 nissan maxima and am experiencing this I spent alot of money on this and have gave up it slips really bad causing whiplash easily nissan needs to step and fix this dang problem!

  • Anonymous April 5, 2012

    I have a 2005 maxima with 60,600 miles on it. Tranmision diagnosis from a nissan dealer revealed that it was “junk.” $3700 to fix. Consumer affairs at nissan said “we are not able to help you at this time.” Time to buy a hyuandai.

  • Anonymous April 9, 2012

    Same issue….just bought a used 2005 Maxima 3.5 SL 60 days ago. Transmission already gone and they want 3600 to fix it. Would like to get in on this lawsuit. If anyone knows how, please let me know. Thanks!

  • Anonymous April 10, 2012

    I have a 2009 Altima. Transmission had to be replaced right over 60,000, after the warranty had expired. Dealership said that they had to extend the warranty because they were having trouble with them. Guess they were just gonna wait and not tell anybody till they had trouble. They replaced it free of charge. Now just wondering how long the new one will make it.

  • Anonymous April 17, 2012

    I have a 2005 Nissan maxima that has the same problems and the dealership just blew me off. It’s gonna cost me $4500 and I still have about 12000 left to pay. How do I get on the class action lawsuit? Please help!!!!!!!

  • Anonymous April 17, 2012

    i want in! i have a 2004 maxima with 95k miles on it and the transmission had to be replaced THREE times!! the first 2 were under warranty, now they want me to pay 3800 for this third transmission.

  • Anonymous April 18, 2012

    I have a 2005 Nissan Maxima and I’m having the same problems, I recently had a near death experience because my transmission slipped and violently jerked back into gear causing my steering wheel to pull hard left into oncoming traffic. I had my 2 small children in the car and this could’ve ended very badly. luckily the on coming driver managed to swerve out of the way. I’ve contacted the Nissan dealership near my home and they recommended I bring it in and have them look at it. They also stated that since I am no longer under warranty that I would have to pay for any service down on my vehicle. This is Bulls#!t. How do I add my name to this lawsuit. They quoted me roughly $4500 for repair. I looked into converting my auto to manual as to avoid all this but thats not cheap either. SOMEONE please Help!!!!

  • Anonymous April 22, 2012

    I have a 2006 Nissan Maxima with the exact same transmission problems. Started at 60,000 miles. Performed proper maintenance on the vehicle. There are hundreds of owners in blogs complaining about the exact same issue

    • Tamara February 5, 2014

      I have a 2005 Nissan altima,paid cash brand new 36 miles on car,you don’t wanna car fax on it,its been in the shop more than 30 times,such a waste of investment,vent system melted from inside out,transmission is slipping,numerous other defects,dealership was of no help,had manufacturers warranty plus additional warranty,was taken to dealership 11 times for exact same problem,no one would help,can I please ge

  • Anonymous April 24, 2012

    I’ve just had my transmission replaced for $3,600.00. Same problems as all above. How can I join this class action?

  • Anonymous April 26, 2012

    I am just having transmission repair work completed on my 2006 Nissan Maxima for $1700.00. Same transmission issues as other owners. How can I join the class action?

  • Anonymous April 27, 2012

    I am having serious problems also with my 2005 Maxima! It scares me when I’m driving, I know that it’s not suppose to be jerking. Sometimes, it jerks so hard, it’s just unexplainable… Nissan needs to correct this! Why won’t they just do a recall? I need help!

  • Anonymous April 27, 2012

    I sure hope no one gets hurt from these faulty transmissions

  • Anonymous May 7, 2012

    Add me to the list as well….this sucks! Nissan is terrible, and i will never purchase again with them!

  • Anonymous May 10, 2012

    I have the same problem that I’ve seen and heard described everywhere else. Transmission starts to slip and jerk… hangs in 5th gear sometimes… eventually mine went out entirely. Car wont go into gear. Now they want over 4000 to fix it.
    I just don’t have that kind of money. Who does in this economy?
    Now I’m stuck with a car payment driving a cheap car I bought with cash. I will never buy nissan ever, ever, ever again. My first and my LAST.
    Would love to know how I can join in on this lawsuit.

  • Anonymous May 22, 2012

    I have a 2006 Maxima and the transmission is slowly dying. The dealer suggest I purchase another car. Please help!!!

  • Anonymous May 27, 2012

    Same problem with our 2005 Maxima. Would love to have info on the class action suit if possible.

    • Henry Rios February 7, 2014

      Have problems with 2005 maxima transmission. Jerks when transmision engages. Only has 53,000.00 mi. Why no recall??????? How do I get info on class-action lawsuit?

  • Anonymous May 29, 2012

    Have same problem with my maxima . it is a 2003 model but is doing same thing that u have listed as problems and only has like 55 to 60 thousand miles on it .transmission just qiuts while driving . if you pull if you stop car and put in park it will start working agian . but is now doing it more and more . my daughter drives this car i do not want her to get hurt are get into accident because of this can u please let me know if i have any right to this suit

  • Anonymous May 30, 2012

    I have a 2005 Nissan Maxima that is doing exactly what is described here by most. Slips in and out of gear, jerks, surges, slips between gear changes and slams into gear when shifting. I have parked the car even though I am still making payments. It;s too unsafe to drive and I cannot afford the $4000 Nissan dealer wants to replace it. I hope this Class action suit is successful.

  • Anonymous June 4, 2012

    I have an 2005Maxima which two yrs ago i had to get my transmission rebuilt. the the repairs cost me over 3,000. now my car wnt pass inspection due to catalyst and evap system failure. i hve 78,634 miles on it. Nissan tld me to drive it 150mls more to get it open. i found out at my job by a mechanic tht my catalyst is cover under 80,000mles!!!!! sooooo Nissan is trying to be slick so i wld hve to pay for a new catalyst. theyre Bullshit!!!!! BBB needs to gve them an F for fake,failure,fraud,.

  • Anonymous June 11, 2012

    Hello everyone,

    If you want to be added to this class action lawsuit simply call the legal firm that is handling the case. I just got off the phone with them. They are Intiative Legal Group based in Los Angeles, CA. They were very helpful and they asked some questions about your vehicle.

    Hope that helps!!

  • Anonymous June 27, 2012

    I have 2007 Quest ….. 2,100 for transmission. I’m so upset , I almost had an accident. I have kids in my car. This is so wrong!!! I want in

  • Anonymous June 29, 2012

    I have a 2005 Nissan Maxima and I have the same problem that I’ve seen and heard described everywhere else. Transmission starts to slip and jerk… hangs in 5th gear sometimes.

  • Anonymous July 6, 2012

    I have a 2004 Nissan Maxima and have been going through the same problems for almost 2 years and its getting so bad I know one day this car isn’t going to move. I regret ever buying a Nissan which I will never do again.

  • Anonymous July 15, 2012

    I have a 2006 maxima and i’m having the same transmission problem.The mechanic informed me that nissan knows about this valve body problem.He informed me also that the same company makes transmission for volkswagon and those vehicle have the same problem,the difference is volkswagon fixes the situation.My situation with my 2006 maxima started at 4500 miles I contacted the dealer and they stated they can’t do anything unless I paid them $3700 .I need to get in on that class action lawsuit.

  • Anonymous July 16, 2012

    I have the same problem with my 2006 Nissan Altima 2.5s. This transmission causes the car to slip, jerk and shift hard. I’ll never buy another “Nissan” again! My next car will be a Toyota!

  • Anonymous July 18, 2012

    I had this Same problem I have a 2005 altima When I took it in they didn’t see anything. Next time they said leave it over night to see in the morning. Same thing. Nothing was wrong.. Right before the warranty was over I took it in they wanted me to pay out of pocket put I told them it was still under warranty. They changed it for free but I still have the same problem. When I asked the guy if he had heard of any similar problems he said no. What a lie. Next car will be a Hyundai sonata

  • Anonymous July 19, 2012

    Been having problems with my wive’s 2005 Altima SE-R. Makes a loud noise from the transmission. Just got the letter for lawsuit and already signed up. Another reason why we should of bought a Ford. Bye the wa, my car is a 2003 cobra 460 rwhp. Runs like a champ. Buy American cars.

  • Anonymous July 19, 2012

    Had the same “jerking” problem with my 2005 Maxima last year.. cost me $4k to have it replaced with a rebuilt one! Nissan Customer Service was a JOKE.. If its not under warranty forget about them helping you at all! No matter how much you complain. Their Reps are sleazeballs.

  • Anonymous July 25, 2012

    I had the same problem with my 2006 Maxima ….will cost me 3,000 and some change to replace my transmission. I had this car for 2yrs now and am not done paying it off. This money could of gone towards payments which makes me very upset. This situation makes me more eager to know what type of actions can be taken with this lawsuit

  • Anonymous July 26, 2012

    i have the same problem i fixed my cost me a total cost of $3900 in total, would like to get in this class action lawsuit to get reimbursed for the money i lost in the process, nissan did not want to coverage the charges

  • Anonymous July 27, 2012

    I have the same problem…. 2005 Nissan maxima with transmission problems…

  • Anonymous July 31, 2012

    how can be a part of this lawsuite we just bought a 2007 nissan quest Nd the transmisiion is already going out….

  • Anonymous August 4, 2012

    I have a 2004 Nissan Quest with transmission problems, how do I get on the list?

  • Anonymous August 7, 2012

    I have a 2005 maxima with the same transmission problems. How do I get in on this lawsuit, and get this problem fixed?

  • Anonymous August 7, 2012

    I have a 2006 Nissan Maxima and I just spent $3,000 to have transmission rebuilt.

  • Anonymous August 8, 2012

    Our 2005 Maxima just had its transmission rebuilt do to the same problems described above. Not only did it slip and jerk, but then the engine started to rev up on its own – only to jump forward out of control. This car is a serious danger to drivers. Has anyone learned how to join this class action suit???

  • Anonymous August 9, 2012

    Bought a 2005 Maxima today. Noticed small things in the transmission. Now I know more.

    Previous vehicle was 2005 Honda Civic Hybrid. Catastrophic battery failure, $4000 to replace. Dealer I bought from say “”not them, call Honda USA. BIG class action lawsuit, buyers will get a $100 check or a $1000 voucher to buy another wonderful Honda with new problems. Service manager candidly told me, she would not buy a hybrid.

    Thought I was trading up, now realize they are the same company using the same methods to screw their vehicle owners.

    Out of the fire, and into the toilet bowl.

  • Anonymous August 11, 2012

    How can I be add to list ?
    have a 2006 nissan maxima, car started slip and jerking ,

  • Anonymous August 11, 2012

    I have a 2006 nissan maxima with same problems listed and I would like to be a part of the lawsuit.

  • Anonymous August 13, 2012

    I have a 2006 Nissan Maxima with same problems listed as well a valve body needs to be replaced. I only have 60K miles and I would like to be a part of the lawsuit.

  • Anonymous August 14, 2012

    Can, I get added to the suit or get the info needed?

    Same problems. I was told by Nissan Corp. they would not fix the transmission!

  • Anonymous August 14, 2012

    I have a 2005 Nissan that I purchased 3 years ago….and noticed the transmission problems about 1 year after purchase (55k miles). I took it to a Nissan dealer and found that I still had the powertrain warranty available. So they swapped the defective trans for a new trans….Now the new trans (car is at 63k, not many mile put on it) is having issues just like the replaced trans. Nissan will not replace it again because the warranty on the swapped trans is 12 months or 12k miles. The trans was replaced 18months ago. I need to be in on this lawsuit….THIS IS CRAZY! If it was a rich man’s car it would have been recalled!!

  • Anonymous August 16, 2012

    I was going to buy a nissan maxims,I will stick with Lincoln’s

  • Anonymous August 17, 2012

    I have a 2006 nassan maxima an I have that same. Transmission. Problem an I don’t have that kind of money to fix im currently on disability without a way around because of the transmission who should I see about this problem plz help

  • Anonymous August 20, 2012

    2006 maxima, 66k miles…

  • Anonymous August 21, 2012

    I bought a used’06 Maxima in July ’12. Less than a week later, had to return it to the dealer for transmission issues. Have not seen it since.. Nissan would not participate in the repairs. my Chrysler dealer attempted to replace with a re-built tranny, and guess what? It was BAD! Now a Nissan rep is coming in less than 48 hrs to investigate. If they don’t replace I am going 10 kinds of crazy on them! Nissan needs to stand behind every vehicle, not just new!

  • Anonymous August 21, 2012

    So glad people are speaking up about this dreadful problem. I have a 2006 Maxima, and my mother has a 2005 Altima. I have been dealing with the same transmission problems for some time and has been tempted to go to the media with this problem. I definitely need to be apart of this class action lawsuit, because Nissan seriously need to recall and repair this problem ASAP.!!!

  • Anonymous August 21, 2012

    Bought a 2007 Nissan quest last summer now the transmission is going out. What can I do to be a part of this lawsuit?

  • Anonymous August 22, 2012

    My 2006 Nissan Maxima is having problems that are intermittent. It has an automatic transmission and sometimes when it changes the gears, it lags back and then when the gear engages, it jumps forward. I also have this problem when I am slowing down and the car is down shifting. I have taken it to a mechanic and it seems that the problem never occurs when I have it at the shop. I would definately like to be part of the class action lawsuit. I have not taken it to a transmission shop yet and I will probably trade it asap.

  • Anonymous August 22, 2012

    I have a 2006 Maxima and I am having the same issues with the transmission. I almost hit a car with my 3 year old in the backseat because my transmission slipped while backing up!!! I know this is going to be very expensive to fix and we are looking to trade too!

  • Anonymous August 24, 2012

    Have the same problem with a NON-CVT trans! Nissan NA told me to pound sand! $3200 for the repair. I want to join this class! Does anyone know the progress?

  • Anonymous August 25, 2012

    I have a 2006 nissan maxima with same problems listed and I would like to be a part of the lawsuit.

  • Anonymous August 25, 2012

    Add me to the list – I have a 2004 Nissan Maxima that required a brand new transmission in 2011 – that cost me $4,000!!!! The car started slowing down and jerking and nearly caused me to wreck! I had 75,000 miles at the time
    Nissan needs to pay – people don’t have $4,000 to dish out on the count of their lack of care and concern for consumers

  • Anonymous August 30, 2012

    I have a 2005 Altima, the same thing has been happening to me, it jerks between gears. It’s dangerous because not only can this cause an accident, I am pregnant and carry my 2 small children in the car with me. I’ve tried having this fixed, btu they quote me 4500 plus!

  • Anonymous August 30, 2012

    My problem seems very Dangerous! I’ll make a turn as a I go around the turn and I give it gas it will slam down into first gear VERY hard feeling and sounding like the transmission or engine is going to fall on the ground! Coming to a stop sign it will shift down into first gear way before it’s ready to and I feel like I’m going to go through the windshield ! 2004 Nissan Quest! Now knowing that they knew of Transmission problems I feel like I bought a cheaply made van for A LOT OF MONEY!

  • Anonymous August 30, 2012

    My 2005 Maxima is bucking like a wild horse. The engine will rev up to 5-6 and then suddenly lunges forward with incredible force. Am taking it in for service to the dealership this evening. Nissan needs to be made accountable for this issue before someone is killed driving this piece of garbage. I, too, want in on this lawsuit.

  • Anonymous September 2, 2012

    2007 nissan quest… constant tranmission issues…. this is not right.. thank goodness someone is standing up to nissan

  • Anonymous September 3, 2012

    2005 Nissan Quest. with 75,000 miles. At 65,000 automatic transmission was banging hard going back down into 1st gear. Happened when it was cold or warm. Took to Nissan they replaced motor mounts. Now 10,000 miles later same problem banging back down into 1st gear. I guess I had better start riding my bicycle to work.

  • Anonymous September 8, 2012

    i have a 2006maxima wit 95000 miles and it has the same issues, transission slipping, abrupt jerking. How can i get in on the lawsuit?

  • Anonymous September 8, 2012

    I’m having the same problems with my Nissan Quest 2005.

  • Anonymous September 10, 2012

    I have 117,000 milesand have the same issues. I have been to the dealership over the last 6 months and today they told me I need another transmission.

  • Anonymous September 11, 2012

    I HAVE A 2005 NISSAN MAX 106,000 MILES SAME ISSUES .

  • Anonymous September 17, 2012

    50 k miles on 2007 Quest Trasmission slips what a piece of junk

  • Anonymous September 18, 2012

    I have a 2005 Nissan Maxima, and had to replace the transmission valve body, and engine motor mounts. Grand total…$2100! Exactly one month later… 3 sensor go out…. an additional $600!

  • Anonymous September 20, 2012

    OWN 2006 MAXIMA HOW CAN I GET IN ON LAW SUIT

  • Anonymous September 20, 2012

    Sign me up for this as well or, how do i do it!!!! It’s a bit outrageous so many complaints and nothing has been done!!!!

  • Anonymous September 21, 2012

    I bought a 2005 Nissan maxima on Tuesday Sept 18 no signs of problems on the test drive … the next day it starts shifting hard and erratically! I have always wanted a maxima after 10 years I bought this beautiful car and I’m very dissapointed in it. If I can sell it I will go back to my DEPENDABLE 15 year old Toyota corolla! Also will let anybody who asks know what a piece of crap Nissan is building.

  • Anonymous September 26, 2012

    I have a 2007n issan quest that has 86000 miles on it and.my transmission stays in high gear and does not switch. It has acually jumped and gerked while going down highway. I would like to know what to do. And be part of lawsuit.

  • Anonymous September 27, 2012

    Just bought my 05 maxima 3.5 With 90000 miles and in less the a week i started feeling the transmission havin issues, switching from first gear and also
    From reverse to drive.

  • Anonymous September 30, 2012

    We have a 2004 Nissan maxima with transmission problems. Sometimes it bangs and jerks so hard you feel like someone hit you from behind. Very unhappy with this vehicle and nissan.

  • Anonymous October 3, 2012

    I have a 2005 Nissan Altima and the tranny is stuck in 5th gear. They want over $3000 to rebuild it. How do i get added to the lawsuit?

  • Anonymous October 4, 2012

    How can I be contacted for a class action suit? My transmission went out on vacation at only 47k miles

  • Anonymous October 4, 2012

    When put in reverse transmission will jump and will not catch for a few minutes. When it does catch in reverse the car jumps. When driving and then slowing down the car will jerk as it’s coming to a complete stop.

  • Anonymous October 4, 2012

    I have a 2006 Nissan Maxima and had the same problem. It cost me $3500.00 to have the transmission re-built. Please send contact info on how I can get in on this lawsuit……

  • Anonymous October 4, 2012

    I own a 2005 Maxima and has been experiencing problems as well. The engine will rev up to 5-6 and then suddenly lunges forward with incredible force. I took the car for fixing and i have to spend about 3000 bucks to replace the transmission. Please someone help on how to join this lawsuit.

  • Anonymous October 9, 2012

    I also have a 2006 Nissan Maxima with the same problems and I would like for my voice to be heard also.

  • Anonymous October 10, 2012

    I own a 2006 Nissan Maxima that is currently in the shop to replace sensors and transmission. This is ridiculous! Please send contact information on how to join this lawsuit.

  • Anonymous October 10, 2012

    i have a 2004 maxima and would love to be a part of the class action lawsuit

  • Anonymous October 10, 2012

    I also have a 2006 maxima with transmission problems how do I file for the class action lawsuit

  • Anonymous October 11, 2012

    I also have a 2005 maxima with transmission problems how do I file for the class action lawsuit

    Read more at http://topclassactions.com/lawsuit-settlements/lawsuit-news/1571-nissan-transmission-defect-class-action-lawsuit#acALskzhogzBIqCY.99

  • Anonymous October 11, 2012

    I have a 2006 Maxima and I am having the same issues with the transmission. I almost hit a car with my 2 and 7 year old in the backseat because my transmission slipped while driving. I took it to Nissan Maple in Canada, and they charged me $355 to perform the diagonise. They didn’t even bother telling us whether it was a transmission problem or something else. Within 15 mins of my driving, the gears started slipping. I went back to have them recheck the problem and advised that the problem seems to be with the transmission, and it is going to cost me $4500. This is ridiclous that we have to pay that much money to fix the problem, when they are very well aware of this issue. I suggest everyone to be part of this class action to teach them a lesson.

  • Anonymous October 11, 2012

    also, I forgot to mention that I bought this vehicle brand new in Canada, however, this car was manufactured in the USA. Regardless of whether I am a Canadian or US citizen, the car was manufactured in the USA.

  • Anonymous October 11, 2012

    WOW!! Same problem here, slipping and banging. This is crazy, Nissan needs to do something.

  • Anonymous October 11, 2012

    I have a 2006 Nissan Maxima. I am to experiencing the same problems. My car is at the dealership not and I was told that I would have to replace my transmission. They told me if I just replaced the valve body I would have to eventually change my transmission. Nissan really do need to owe up their problem. I will never buy another nissan car. I owe an 02 never experience any problem like this. I would like to be added to the class action lawsuit.

  • Anonymous October 13, 2012

    The same problem here. I am experiencing problems with my 2006 Nissan Maxima with the transmission. I have two small children and don’t feel safe driving this car anymore. I am a single mother and student and don’t have $3000 to fix the transmission. I spent all my money purchasing this car!!! Nissan has to fix this problem.

  • Anonymous October 14, 2012

    I have had the same problem with my 2006 nissian maxima and currently on my second transmission and having the same problems all over again. I am a soldier in the Army and station overseas. I am woundering how can I get more information on this and is there going to have a fix to the problem? I have spent alot of money on this car and if I can get this problem fixed I would love to.

  • Anonymous October 15, 2012

    I have a 2004 Maxima with these same transmission issues. How can I join this suit?

  • Anonymous October 15, 2012

    Today, 10/15/12, my 2005 Nissan Maxima is in the shop because of the transmission, feeling like it is not engaged, jerking forward while driving and when pulling off from stop. The transmission personnel stated it was the Valve Body. He shared w/ me, the Nissans, since 2005, have had this defect. I asked whether there was a “Recall” and he stated, not to his knowledge. $1,500 to replace this item which I understand cost under $100. Add me to the Class Action Suit. it must be fixed. It is not safe to drive.

  • Anonymous October 16, 2012

    I have a 2006 Nissan Maxima with 81,000 miles and the transmission slips and jerks from 1st to 2nd gear. I called Nissan’s corporate complaint dept and they advised there were no class action suits filed. When I asked where the transmission was manufactured he claimed he didn’t have that info. There needs to be a recall ASAP. Please add me to the class action suit.

  • Anonymous October 17, 2012

    I bought a 2006 Maxima last year with 59.000 on it but it started to slip so. I took it to dealer and was told the transmission is out and would cost over $4000.00. It just turned 75.000 miles and I still owe close to 10.000. This sucks! How can I join the lawsuit?

  • Anonymous October 17, 2012

    I have a 2005 maxima with the same problems and have it in a transmission shop right now. How can I join the law suit?

  • Anonymous October 18, 2012

    2004 Maxima ran great until transmission TOTALLY failed within 24 hours at 116,000 miles (very premature failure mileage!). Car towed for new transmission on July 2, 2012. It’s now October 18, 2012, and the car still hasn’t be repaired. Have spent $3,800+ for what I thought was going to be a full repair plus fees for a rental car. Please know that the independent mechanic who fixed the transmission did a very good job. However, the failing part is a computer for the transmission. The car has to be towed to Nissan for calibration once this part is installed. We’re now on computer #3 and I still have no car! (Well, I did have it for a couple of days in September. Nissan gave it a green light as fully repaired. I drove it less than 30 miles before the transmission started clunking when changing gears and slipping terribly,…just like before!) As of today it sits at a Nissan dealership and they are supposedly calling in a field person to see what is wrong. Duh! I can tell them! They originally installed a shoddy transmission and instead of doing the right thing and recalling the impacted cars, they have let hundreds of us pay for new transmissions, yet they cannot truly fix them! The computers keep failing!! Why,…there apparently are no new parts to install so the ones being used are from cars the same age as those having the initial problems! It’s a lose-lose for the consumer!! Nissan should have stepped up to the plate and made this right in the first place, but they did not. There was not even any notice that the problem existed so those of us who might have wanted to sell the car while it had some value could have done so. Today, I have a car that I paid over $29,000 for in 2004 that currently is worth scrap metal. When it’s fixed (if ever!!), it has a market value of between $1,600 to $4,300 in my area. Truly a disappointment considering this was my 3rd Nissan driven brand new off the lot. Know it is my last!!!! I trusted them with my automobile needs for over 23 years and gave them many hard earned dollars to do so. They have proven that they have no interest in me as a repeat customer any longer based on their decision to not do the honorable thing about a known transmission problem.

    Kindly send information on the status of this suit and information on how those of us interested in participating may do so.

    Thank you!

  • Anonymous October 19, 2012

    Wow I can’t believe my first car and over night my transmission needs to be fully repaired rebuilt what ever…. Drove fine until this morning all of the sudden I need to literally spend around $2000 to get it fixed I can’t drive over 55 MPH it won’t let me and every time I stop it jerks to start going again. I have around 143000 miles. I knew I made a mistake when I didn’t buy a Toyota or Lexus. My Toyota had close 300,000 miles never had a prob and even sold it to someone who is still driving it.

  • Anonymous October 22, 2012

    I have a 2006 Nissan Maxima, in the past few weeks it has started shifting really hard when changing from reverse to drive. I back up, brake, put it in drive and mash the gas but it does nothing for a few seconds then all of the sudden it makes a really loud noise then shifts into gear.
    Please tell me as to how I can be included in this lawsuit.

  • Anonymous October 23, 2012

    I have a 2006 Maxima, I bought in 2006 with 8000 miles it currently has 93*** miles on it. I would like to know how to get in on this suit if anyone can help. Mine just started to make the acceleration issues shifting between 2nd and 3rd gear. If anyone can help it would be much appreciated. I am the type that if I lived by Nissan Corp in TN I would drive the car right up in the lobby to prove to them the issue or I would drive the car out on the golf course and find the clown that needs to answer his customers.

  • Anonymous October 24, 2012

    Everyone looking to get added, please do it here:
    http://www.chimicles.com/nissan-transmission-failure-altima-maxima-and-quest-vehicles

    An update was sent recently from the lawyer saying Nissan tried to get this dismissed, but most of their oral argument was thrown out.

    For those of you who are mechanics or know someone, its looks like a faulty valve body…here is the fix that solved many peoples problems…its a long thread, but worth the read, goodluck!

    http://forums.maxima.org/6th-generation-maxima-2004-2008/597683-re5f22a-transmission-fix-27.html

  • Anonymous October 28, 2012

    I bought a brand new 2005 Nissan Maxima SL in July 2005. As of yesterday, October 27, 2012 the transmission failed to shift between the 1st and 2nd gears. The vehicle currently has over 153,000 miles and is currently in the shop. I was told the valve body needs to be replaced or a new transmission. I’m currently without transportation and I work in another county that’s 45 minutes from home. I just spent $800 on repairs 3 weeks ago and another $200 for a rental to get to work. I can’t afford this car nor a new car at this time.

  • Anonymous October 29, 2012

    Bought my 2006 Maxima with 109k in July of this year,after only about a couple months I started noticing jerking and sliping issues. Now after three months the tranny went out and is stuck in 5th year. I hardly ever drove it but when I did this stuff happens!!! The car is nice and all but something needs to get done about this issue. Never buying a Nissan again, im going back to Honda. Extremely aggravated, I don’t have money like that to get it fixed and also my car payments. I need to get in on the lawsuit!

  • Anonymous October 31, 2012

    Again, here is the lawsuit that is open, please sign up: http://www.chimicles.com/nissan-transmission-failure-altima-maxima-and-quest-vehicles

  • Anonymous October 31, 2012

    Add our 2006 Nissan Quest to the list. While on vacation, on the highway, 3 sudden jerks followed by high revving. We pulled over, restarted the car and were able to drive a few more miles before it did it again. Drove to a Nissan dealership where they told me 4200 for a new tranny, but it would take a week to get it in. THANK YOU NISSAN

  • Anonymous November 1, 2012

    I have a 2006 Nissan Maxima with 102,000 miles in which the transmission is jerking and slipping tremendously bad. In which Nissan wants $4000.00 to repair the transmission. I have researched and there has been numerous complaints on the transmissions and Nissan still chooses to charge the customers. How can I add my name to this action suit? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

  • Anonymous November 2, 2012

    Same problems that everyone has. Its amazing that the sales Men and Tech’s tell you that maxima’s and Murano’s and now Altimas have a lot of transmision problems as well as undercarrage corrosion problems. Its a bunch of BS! Spent $2000 replacing the floor boards because they rotted out(2005), now the transmision is junk. Car has 120K on it. Suppose to be a great car? Who’s gonna step up?

  • Anonymous November 5, 2012

    Found this place while looking for an answer for why my transmission just failed. I’m having the exact same problem with my transmission – should be about the same cost to repair as replacing the main wiring harness that is also defective. My car has been cutting off while driving for years and was told by Pacific Nissan in San Diego that the main harness need to be replaced. They also said it was not the first one they would replace Nissan would not take responsibility for that one either.

  • Anonymous November 11, 2012

    my 2006 altima has the same characteristics. i was under it yesterday and the shaft has metal shavings on it. THANKS NISSAN

  • Anonymous November 12, 2012

    I purchased an ’06 Nissan Maxima with approximately 46,000 miles on it. After purchase, I noticed an extremely high acceleration when cranking the vehicle, as if it was going to just take off without any effort on my part. Secondly, the transmission would start jerking after driving for a period of time and remain in 5th gear, causing the RPM to excel. On Sunday, November 4, 2012, while driving on I-10 West bound, the car stopped moving, without any warning. Thank God I made it onto the Emergency lane or I probably would have been seriously injured or killed. I need to be added to this lawsuit. Something needs to be done before a death or serious injuries occur. It was by the Grace of God that I didn’t get hurt. I have a husband, children, a grandchild, family and friends that need me. Please….. Something needs to be done A.S.A.P.!

  • Anonymous November 12, 2012

    I would also like to be added to this lawsuit. I have a 2004 Maxima and the transmission is horrible. I wasn’t sure I was going to make it home this past Saturday. Something needs to be done before someone gets seriously hurt or worse…

  • Anonymous November 13, 2012

    I have the same issue. I have a 2005 Nissan maxima sl and my transmission was causing problems while my wife and 3 kids in the car, I want in, plz help me how!

  • Anonymous November 13, 2012

    i have a 2006maxima wit 95000 miles and it has the same issues, transission slipping, abrupt jerking. How can i get in on the lawsuit?

  • Anonymous November 15, 2012

    I have a 2006 Nissan Quest. It has only 54,000 miles on it and the transmission just suddenly went as well as the timing chain ($1,500). Nissan just said “sorry, but nothing we can do.” I keep the car well maintenanced and I just had it detailed 1 month ago because I figured it was at about it’s half life. No idea it would die a month later!! I am sick about it because I also just put 4 new tires and new brakes in it plus few months ago had a big bill replacing bushings. I would NEVER buy another Nissan!!

  • Anonymous November 17, 2012

    2005 nissan maxima my extended warrenty ended and of course the jerking began. can not afford thousands of dollars to fix. i want to be added also to the lawsuit this is not right

  • Anonymous November 18, 2012

    2005 Altima started jerking then whining while switching to the next gear. Please add me to this lawsuit.

  • Anonymous November 19, 2012

    I own a 2006 Maxima and began experiencing the identical transmission problems as most of you described; slipping, jerking, loud noise when starting up. Nissan needs to take responsibility for these problems and repair these defective transmissions free of charge!!!

  • Anonymous November 20, 2012

    Same problem as the rest of the people on here, but has anyone been told how to get involved with the lawsuit? I see alot of people asking this question but no one has an answer. Please help!!!

  • Anonymous November 22, 2012

    Jerking because unbearable so I would drive in manual to try and control the shifting. But eventually had to get the transmission replaced. Car’s currently at a national transmission company who are quoting me about $3,000. That’s outrageous and very disappointing to someone who has owned a 93, 03 and now an 05 Maxima.

  • Anonymous November 25, 2012

    I have a 2006 Nissan Altima se the transmisson. How do we look into to this lawsuit? this car was highly defective in various aspects.

  • Anonymous November 27, 2012

    Please add me to this class action suit, my 06 Maxima has the same issues as all those that have said something before me. This is a joke!!

  • Anonymous November 30, 2012

    Law firm handling the class action can be found here
    http://www.chimicles.com

  • Anonymous December 2, 2012

    2006 nissan maxima se just purchased with 92,000 miles and having some tranny issues. This is crazy

  • Anonymous December 4, 2012

    I have a 2006 Maxima my car is beautiful my transmission is not why are they allowing these dealerships to sell us these lemons knowing that its guaranteed to happen. The cost to fix this is crazy.Nissan should be held fully responsible and reimburse or fix these problems..Save your receipts..

  • Anonymous December 5, 2012

    I cant believe how many people are having the same issue. My 2006 Maxima just started to slip third gear and I am freaking out. I have a wife and two kids and I cant afford this repair. The mechanic wants to charge me $3000 and I don’t have the money for it. Nissan should take responsibility if they care about their brand reputation. I still owe $8000 on the car and I want to be part of this lawsuit. Maybe we should get the news channel involve to put them in the spot…

  • Anonymous December 5, 2012

    i have a 2006 maxima with 106,000 miles,transmission started jerking and slipping into gear from 1st to 2nd and from reverse to drive, not long after problem started tranmission came completeley out and left me in oncoming traffic.took car to mr.transmission to check out they told me that the valve body was bad and only fix was to do complete overhaul costing 3770.00, he also told me this is a very common problem with these 06 maximas.after checking online and reading 1000s of cases with this same problem im furious with nissan for not doing anything to help their customers fix or reinburse for damages if their is anybody sueing please allow me to get in on it,because nissan needs to be held accountable for this,this is a multimillon dollar commpany selling one of their top end cars knowing the transmissions are defective please someone do somethuing to help!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Anonymous December 11, 2012

    I have a 2005 nissan altima 3.5, and all of a sudden the engine cuts off while driving..it will start back up then switch gears ruff. I have tajen giid care of this car. There is a recall forother engine size but not 3.5..

  • Anonymous December 11, 2012

    I am gving the same issue on my 2006 Maxima, today (December 11, 2012) i have my car down and a NIssan dealership getting it diagnosed. so i can call customer affairs to give them the diagnosis and then SEE if they will do anything about it. I was talking to the technician, and when i started expaining what was going on, he says “ohh yes, we’ve had this problem alot”, and told me NIssan hasn’t paid for it to get fixed, i said that’s because they know about the problem and don’t want to dish out $3000+ on every car that was sold between 2004-2006.
    I want in on this lawsuit too!!!!!
    It’s not fair that we have to pay for this defect, especially when there are SO many people that have expirencing this!

  • Anonymous December 12, 2012

    I too have a 2005 Nissan Maxima and I got it thinking it would be a dependable car to start my family with, I am pregnant 5 months atm. Now I drive everyday with the fear my transmission will falter and I will be unable to afford the $4,000 repair. When I was sold the car I was told it was one of the most dependable safe cars out there. I was lied to! Nearly everyone I have talked to has had to replace the transmission every 50-80,000 miles. Not just at 70,000. I want Nissan to replace my transmission with a good quality one that fits the cars needs. What kind of company gets all these reports of problems and ignores them? If I get hurt because of their faulty transmissions you can bet I will be suing for every dime I can get.

  • debra pollizzi December 28, 2012

    2007 nissan quest.. transmission problems, jumping, clutch issues, etc etc
    How can I be part of this class action suit ??

  • debra pollizzi December 28, 2012

    THANKS !

    #101 Michael Lopez 2012-10-30 19:44
    Again, here is the lawsuit that is open, please sign up: http://www.chimicles.com/nissan-transmission-failure-altima-maxima-and-quest-vehicles

    Read more at http://topclassactions.com/lawsuit-settlements/lawsuit-news/1571-nissan-transmission-defect-class-action-lawsuit#HVcP4oOJqHruxMDs.99

  • Albert December 31, 2012

    i been having this problem since 2010 this car has 125000 miles car nissan corp. in nashville tenn. no solution

  • C-LOS January 3, 2013

    ATTENTION EVERYONE.. If you have problems with you nissan maxima , altima or quest from 2004-06 you guys must call Nissan Corporation , do not call the dealer , the dealer will not resolve anything for you unless you have a warranty. I am in the middle of getting my maxima 2006 with 75k and the trans.. didn’t work anymore. I called the headquarters and they are handling my case. If we have enough t people calling and reporting issues with their transmission they will be forced to make a recall on your maximas…but take a few minutes to report your problem.

  • Sarav January 3, 2013

    I am tired of my Nissan 2005 Altima maintenance issue, everytime I go for oil change, some way or other end up loosing 500 to 1000 dollars. My car has 115k miles and now I see the issue with transmission, I am not afford to make another 4k repair for this extremely high maintenance car.

  • Eva January 3, 2013

    My 2006 Nissan Maxima has been diagnosed with bad solenoids and was told that I will have complete failure if I continue to drive. Repair cost is between $2850 and $3150. My next car will definitely NOT be a Nissan!!!!!

  • Alfred D January 3, 2013

    2006 Nissan Altima problems after problems I keep putting more and more money into this car

  • Smitty January 4, 2013

    I have a 2005 Nissan Maxima which I purchased in 2007 with about 43,000 miles. I started having transmission issue around 85000 miles with the bulking & gear changing. I took it to the Nissan dealership and they informed me that I will be needing a new transmission and it will cost me $4000. I told them thanks and left. The next week I went to another Nissan dealership and the service personnel inform me that it is a transmission issue but he also informed me that he found a code in their system that when this car was out on lease the person reported some issues with the car related to the trans. The service guy inform that he will talk to his supervisor to see if they can get Nissan to replace the trans for free. They finally got the corperate to replace it with another one for free all I had to pay for was the rental car. Two years later around 110,0000 I noticed one time the car hesitated to move in the summer of 2012 and started with the slipping but not the bulking issue. I said, Oh No, not again. I went and brought me a bottle of Lucas Transmission Fix and pour it into the transmission. I said, what do I have to lose, no warranty and not money to buy another transmission. I drove it for 2 months and every time I noticed the transmission were improving little by little. It is not at 100% but on a scale from 1 to 10. When it started the slipping, it was around 2 but today I can say it is at a 9. The car is shifting normally now and it have been about six months now after using the Lucas Transmission Fix. I am not sure what that Lucas stuff does but it sure helped me. I would like to part of this lawsuit also.

  • Smitty January 4, 2013

    I have a 2005 Nissan Maxima which I purchased in 2007 with about 43,000 miles. I started having transmission issue around 85000 miles with the bulking & gear changing. I took it to the Nissan dealership and they informed me that I will be needing a new transmission and it will cost me $4000. I told them thanks and left. The next week I went to another Nissan dealership and the service personnel inform me that it is a transmission issue but he also informed me that he found a code in their system that when this car was out on lease the person reported some issues with the car related to the trans. The service guy informed me that he will talk to his supervisor to see if they can get Nissan to replace the trans for free. They finally got Nissan corperate to replace it with another one for free all I had to pay for was the rental car. Two years later around 110,0000 I noticed one time the car hesitated to move in the summer of 2012 and started with the slipping but not the bulking issue. I said, Oh No, not again. I went and brought me a bottle of Lucas Transmission Fix and pour it into the transmission. I said, what do I have to lose, no warranty and no money to buy another transmission. I drove it for 2 months and every time I noticed the transmission were improving little by little. It is not at 100% but on a scale from 1 to 10. When it started the slipping, it was around 2 but today I can say it is at a 9. The car is shifting normally now and it have been about six months now after using the Lucas Transmission Fix. I am not sure what that Lucas stuff does but it sure helped me. I would like to be part of this lawsuit also.

  • Beverly January 4, 2013

    My car has been jerking and changing gears really hard for the longest. I am getting the code 780 meaning the transmission is bad.

  • Matt January 5, 2013

    Bought ’05 Nissan Altima 11/2011 from dealership with low mileage. It started the jerking problem in the low gears after about 4 months. Gets worse the longer it’s driven. Told it needed a new trans costing $4000.00. At a loss here.

  • Salee January 6, 2013

    Have 2005 Nissan with ~90k miles. Over the last few months, transmission started giving me problems. Now the situation is so bad that I have the van but can’t drive it much and since $ to fix it so much that I cant even get it fixed for a long time :(

    Besides, I have noticed many other issues with this van which seem to be very common. Nissan has been a BIG disappointment.

  • Brad January 9, 2013

    My maxima has extreme transmission problems. It jerks so hard that it really scares me and my children and grandchild. It’s so bad it feels like the engine is ready to drop right out from under the hood. It jerks so hard that I’m afraid it could give us whiplash. I’ve never experienced this in any other car in my life. I’m going to call
    Them and see what they have to say.

  • Tim Glass January 9, 2013

    our 2007 Nissan Pathfinder started jerking while on the interstate. found out it is a defect that Nissan was aware of that causes transmissions to fail. How can a company get away with selling vehicles that it knows will fail????? We are stuck with a 6500.00 cost to repair. Needless to say we have lost confidence in Nissan and will not buy again.

  • EB January 11, 2013

    WHAT IS THE STATUS OF THIS LAWSUIT, I HAVE A 2005 NISSAN ALTIMA AND MY TRANSMISSION I IS GIVING ME PROBLEMS ALSO

  • Monique January 11, 2013

    I have a 2006 nissan maxima with same problems listed and I would like to be a part of the lawsuit.

  • Emma January 12, 2013

    want to be part of law suit

  • Alan Dussor January 12, 2013

    2005 maxima 130k Exact same problem. hard down shifts and up shifts from 1st to 2nd and 2nd to 1st. I want to be apart of this.4k for a transmission is ridiculous

  • Gabriel January 12, 2013

    2005 Nissan Maxima transmission started violently jerking and slipping at 60k miles. Had to get it replaced a few months ago and the problem is still lurking. I would like to be a part of this lawsuit.

  • Lee Thompson January 12, 2013

    We bought a 2005 Maxima . It is now starting to slip and jump when you put it in drive. We want to be added to this lawsuit.

  • Johnnie January 12, 2013

    I had to buy a new transmission for my 2005 maxima. I purchased the car new in 2005. I still own the car. I would like to be added to the lawsuit

  • Steve January 13, 2013

    I own a 2004 Maxima an have had same issues. How can i be added to this lawsuit?

  • Gerald January 13, 2013

    I have a 2008 Nissan Quest. It slips when going from 1st to second and its getting worse. My van only has just over 60,000 miles. How do I get added to the lawsuit?

  • Debbie B January 13, 2013

    Have a 2004 Nissan Maxima and right after we paid it off last year, it started jerking when shifting from park to drive. Had the transmission fluid replaced and stopped driving it so much but it still does it and is continually getting worse. Really disappointed that this started happening after we paid it off!

  • Emily January 14, 2013

    I have a 2005 Nissan Maxima with transmission problems. How can I be added to this lawsuit?

  • Sandra January 15, 2013

    I have an 06 maxima and having the same problem the car jerks so bad I think I will have whiplash . How can I be added to the lawsuit

  • Maria January 15, 2013

    I have a Nissan Altima 2005, and my car has been in the shop four times already, with the radiator leaking, causing the transmission to burn and at one point while driving it i could not steer it. I was so greatfull that I was pulling into the Walmart when this happened. Since than I had the transmission put in JUly 2012, it has leaked and busted twice, car is paid in full and worth crap, I will never purchase another Nissan again, I just want my money back 6.000 for repairs plus 10.000 for the car…

  • Ebony January 16, 2013

    I have a 2006 Maxima and my car has the same transmission issues.. I call Nissan consumer affairs and they stated that they have not recieved any complaints about the 2006 maxima defective transmission…they lied! I would like to be apart of the suit…car is jerking and slipping until I can afford to get it fixed.,, and I just spent $800 on motor mount engine repairs..

  • Samuel Dormervil January 17, 2013

    This is the secound transmission I have put in my car, and after a couple of months it jerked real hard and now its stuck on 5th gear

  • Frank January 17, 2013

    I have an 06 maxima and having the same problem the car jerks so bad between 1-2 gear! How can I be added to the lawsuit….Nissan needs to FIX before more get hurt

  • Priscilla January 17, 2013

    I bought a brand new 2006 Nissan Maxima and starting around 65K miles my car start jerking for some all reason..I took it back to car dealership and they stated couldn’t diagnose problem but it could be transmission. After several attempts of going back to ame Nissan Dealership that stated it was the transmission mount..After paying over $500.00 to get this fix, I thought the issue would be resolve.To my dismay, the problem still existed when i was driving and i took back to dealership. They told me that they can’t diagnose problen without Service Engine light been on…I think this was a way for them to cop out of helping and fixing the problem. I kept going back to Dealership getting same response while the issue kep get worse. Fianlly after several miles and a bad jerk on the insterate which almost cause me a major accident the service engine light came on. I took back to Delaership and they states it the transmission and needs to be replace which would cost me over $3300.00. I can’t believe Nisaan won’t stand behind their product.

  • BRITNEY January 18, 2013

    I have a 06 maxima that delays when I put it in drive, and then jerks hard I into gear. The transmission also slips….Local Nissan dealer ripped me off ….. Spent 600 getting mounts replaced!

  • howard January 18, 2013

    2007 nissan quest has transmission issues shifting from 1st to 2nd and clunks downshifting from 2nd to 1st.
    It is on transmission aw55-50sn, ref-f22a.

  • Samuel Dormervil January 18, 2013

    i’m here again because my transmission is getting worst by the day, i have no money to buy a new one and i would like to know how i can be involved in this law suit, i’m affraid for my family’s safety

  • Joseph R. Taylor January 19, 2013

    how can i get added to this class action law suit? my 2006 maxima tran. is going bad, 114000 miles brought the car new.

  • KhaderJubeh January 20, 2013

    I have a 2005 Nissan Maxima Se. I am having serious transmission problems. It jerks badly. How can I get added to the lawsuit?

  • Alan Cook January 20, 2013

    I bought a 2004 Nissan Maxima in july 2011, I have had it for 1 year and 6 months now and still can not get it passed emissions because of this transmission issue. I have been payin $600 a month ($10,800 so far!) for this thing to just sit. I bought a car to get to and from work, but all i got was an outrageous monthly bill and a boat load of problems and repairs. This is wrong. This is like selling an airplane that you know the wings will fall off in mid-flight. Then when they DO fall off they charge you $200,000 to put the same broken wings back on, even tho they WILL fall off again. Its no different from Nissan selling cars with ticking time bombs instead of transmissions, then charging us $4,000 to put another defected transmission in so we can do this all over again in 1 year. I cant believe Nissan has gotten away with this for so long. I also cant believe no one has been killed because of this defect.

  • Steven Thompson January 21, 2013

    I bought a used nissan maxima that had 120000 miles on it. The car fax showed that the transmission had been repaired 2 times and both times with new transmissions. I have this thing in and out of the shop on a weekly bases because it is still working like crap even soaking up 4300 so far. I also found in fourms that there is companies that made a fix for this problem and are making huge profits just from these cars alone. I can not believe this at all. I have always drove GM and have come from a 03 chevy lumina with 560000 miles that was sold for $700 buck. And my lowest milege was 340000. Coming to nissan I thought they where trust worthy but see that is because they are getting over on people everyday. Ask anyone with these cars great engines but all of the 100% have transmission issues.

  • Julie January 22, 2013

    I bought my 04 Maxima in 2007, got the transmission replaced in 2008, and yesterday the car turned off while on the road (SCARY!). I took it to my friends shop which was closest and its the transmission valve! I’m looking at about $1,200! warranty of the transmission repair was for 12ms/12,000 miles. I’m sooo bugged!! can we still get on the class action suit??

  • Kathy Jones January 22, 2013

    i have an 2006 Maxima and i am having the same problem jumping in drive, slipping when changing from one gear to the next, i took it to Jack Ingram and they kept my car three days and told me nothing was wrong with it, and now i’ve had to have the transmission worked on. How can i get added to the class action law suit?

  • Geneva January 23, 2013

    I’m having simular problems with my 2004 Maxima, I bought from Major World Auto, My car is jerking I thought it was the motor Mounts turns out to be the Transmission, what can I do about this. I bought the car a year ago and these people knew that this car had transmission problems

  • Geneva January 23, 2013

    People I think we should all call Nissan Head Quarters and complaint to them, cause It’s not fair to consumers that we spend our hard earned money to buy these cars that they knew something was wrong with them, thay should be made to pay for this. People each day spend thousands of dollars on Nissan cars, I think it would be a good jesture of them to at least fix our cars properly; cause these side mechanic’s don’t have a clue as to how to fix these cars. If you agree write back ….

  • Damaris Bello January 23, 2013

    I have a 2004 Nissan Maxima and my transmision was giving me problems and like a week ago it just stop working every were that i go is the same story all those cars suffer from the same problem is a factory problem and it is not fair for the consumers.

  • Oliver Wint January 25, 2013

    I purchase a used nissan from the vero beach us ! nissan. The transmission start acting up. cars gives code 0780 shift solenoid nissan wants me to authorised them to do the repair i told them it a factory fault they need to fix . had to park car even thought i still paying for it loss of use plus embarassment.

  • Jamie January 28, 2013

    We have been having problems with our 2006 Nissan Quest transmission. It won’t go in reverse and when you press on the gas to go it doesn’t shift and makes a gunning noise. So I did some research and came across this page. I’m really upset now because we don’t even have the money to fix it and I find out that this is a common problem that was probably overlooked by the Nissan company.

  • Erin January 28, 2013

    i have a 2006 Altima, that won’t shift into overdrive when the vehicle is cold, has to warm up at least 15 minutes.
    How do i joint the lawsuit?

  • brenda payton January 28, 2013

    my 2006 maxima se jerks,stalls and would not move at times. I took my car to a Nissan dealership maintance dept when my power train was suppose to cover my trans. I was told the type of trans I had in my car was not cover under the power train warrenty. That some maxima got the trans that was cover and some did not. I reply; How would I know something like that and would not fix my car.

  • Rebecca January 29, 2013

    I have a 2005 Maxima and I am having transmission problems as well. It will not switch gears from 1st, 2nd, to 3rd. It jerks so bad and my RPMs rev up and then it finally switches gears. Its very scary. I bought it 4 years ago with 17,000 miles on it and I still have 4,000 to pay on it. I dont know what to do. I am out of warranty! I will never buy a Nissan again.

  • MPardo January 30, 2013

    I encounter all the same issues with my 2006 Maxima,
    jerking into gear from 1st to 2nd and 3rd and sudden jerks when shifting into reverse. I also purchased a new throttle body and sensor, plus had the transmission flushed and for what “NOTHING” the issue continued. At the time the vehicle only had 70,000 miles. I eventually had to put out $3,600 plus to get the tranny replaced. I wonder how long this one is going to last. Someone please update me if this law suite is ever settled.

  • Lyshan January 30, 2013

    I have a 2005 Maxima and this is the 2nd transmission repair for me. I purchased the vehicle brand new in 2004. Please email me and tell me how I can be added to the class action law suit. We have been Nissan owners (all Maximas) since the 80s. However, this may just mark the end of the Nissan purchases for my family!

  • johnwtoney January 30, 2013

    i own a 2004 nissan maxima that has 85000 miles. the transmission locks in 5th gear and down shifts hard and up shifts hard in 1st and 2nd gear. i have an extended warranty on it but they will not fix the problem or neither will nissan that will cost 2700 to 3200 to fix it.

  • Griff January 31, 2013

    How do we get added.Have an 04 nissan maxima and my transmission went 1yr ago.When I drive it slam,jerks and loss power.Have it worked on twice still not running right.

  • Griff January 31, 2013

    Also replaced Val Body and still driving the same..Only have a little more then 100,000 miles.

  • John K. Hart February 3, 2013

    II have a 2004 Nissan Maxima. It slips in and out of gear, jerks, surges/revs, slips between gear changes and slams into gear when shifting. It also makes a loud clunking sound sometimes when shifting gears. A few days ago the engine seemed to rev but the car did not accelerate. I was on a freeway. It’s very scary. Unfortunately, the problems are not constant, although they seem to be occurring more and more frequently. I have taken my car to three different dealers all of whom say they are unaware of the problems I am describing and cannot replicate them. Nevertheless, they have recommended costly repairs (replacing sensors, replacing motor mounts, flushes, etc) none of which has done anything to solve the problem. I asked the last dealer to contact Nissan’s corporate office. He said he called Nissan Corporate and that Nissan Corporate said it was unaware of the problem I was describing

  • John K. Hart February 3, 2013

    I have a 2004 Nissan Maxima. It slips in and out of gear, jerks, surges/revs, slips between gear changes and slams into gear when shifting. It also makes a loud clunking sound sometimes when shifting gears. A few days ago the engine seemed to rev but the car did not accelerate. I was on a freeway. It’s very scary. Unfortunately, the problems are not constant, although they seem to be occurring more and more frequently. I have taken my car to three different dealers all of whom say they are unaware of the problems I am describing and cannot replicate them. Nevertheless, they have recommended costly repairs (replacing sensors, replacing motor mounts, flushes, etc) none of which has done anything to solve the problem. I asked the last dealer to contact Nissan’s corporate office. He said he called Nissan Corporate and that Nissan Corporate said it was unaware of the problem I was describing

  • Joy February 4, 2013

    I have a 2004 nissan maxima, original owner with 57,000 miles and started to experience the whole gamut of problems mentioned. I had the value body replaced for $1,400, part and labor and my car drives like a brand new car. Also got a 12,000 mile warranty with the repair. Told to hold on to my receipt for class action suit.

  • Dan Hundley February 4, 2013

    2007 quest with same issues. Started with a small bum in low gears and low rpms. Now it’s like driving a stick shift

  • Rhonda February 5, 2013

    I own the 2005 Altima S I have also have had transmission problems.

  • Rhonda February 5, 2013

    Transmission problems 2005 Altima S

  • Leah February 7, 2013

    I bought a brand new 2004 Nissan maxima and had just paid it off after a 5 yr loan, and the transmission went out with around 70k miles. Warranty had just ended Nissan told me it would cost $4000.00 for a new one. I still have the car sitting in my garage. Would love to drive it.

  • ronnie whittaker February 9, 2013

    I purchase a 05 Maxima I have owned Nissan since it was called Datsun from a 72 240Z to a 04 350Z I’ve had 84,91 Maxima 93,95 Q45 a 94 Pathfinder 92 240SX and 92 300ZX Twin Turbo and finaly this 05 MAX the worst car ever Nissan offered to consider a transmission if I would spend $3000.00 in recommend service items which were not needed at the time. Presented to me Fontana Nissan in Fontana, CA.

  • Amber February 11, 2013

    I have a 2005 Nissan maxima experiencing the same problems. I would like to know how I can be added to this suit as well.

  • Jenni February 11, 2013

    I have an 06 nissan quest that has this transmission problem. Getting worse daily. Cost to replace transmission is about what it’s worth. All resale value has been lost and for safety of my children it is undrivable more than a few miles up the road. How do we participate?

  • Maria Rosa February 12, 2013

    I have a Maxima 2005, I to have been having lots of problem with my transmission jumping in drive, slipping when changing gear jerking. Your help is greatly appreciated.

    Thank you,

    Maria rosa

  • keith February 13, 2013

    I have a 2006 Nissan Maxima that is having problems with its transmission as described in the previous statements ,how do I join your class action lawsuit.

  • adam February 14, 2013

    I have a 2005 maxima SE and i am having these same transmission issues and can not afford to shell out that kind of money,,, how di i get added to this lawsuit? please help

  • adam February 14, 2013

    i have a 2005 maxima SE and i have this same issue,,, how can i be a part of this and get added ?

  • Donna February 15, 2013

    I own a 2005 Nissan Maxima with the same transmission issues. I had my car evaluated but even after Nissan was contacted by their own representative, Nissan refused help with transmission repairs. How may I join this class action suit?

  • Ernie February 15, 2013

    My SIlver 2005 Nissan Maxima is throwing error codes left in right in particular p1800 and transmission issues. slipping tranny and gears. How do I get in on this lawsuit?

  • Valerie Scott February 18, 2013

    I also have a 06 Nissan Maxima with major transmission problems. How do i get added to this class action law suit

  • David Dumpert February 19, 2013

    I own a 2006 Nissan Frontier. At 95,005 miles the transmission clunked and quit. No warning, not a clue. So, Nissan offered to replace the transmission and radiator for $3,000. When they did a complete vehicle check, the bearings on my timing chain were totally worn out. Another $1,150! So, I have my truck back and am minus $4,476. Pretty good deal…for Nissan. If anyone is continuing the lawsuit to recover some of this money, count me in and send me the information.

  • Tiffany February 19, 2013

    I too have a 2006 Nissan Maxima with the same exact problem. How do we all get added to this lawsuit???

  • Tracy H February 19, 2013

    I have a 2006 Nissan Maxima with 122K miles with automatic transmission. Shifts hard from park to drive and when you reaccelerate from about 2nd or 3rd gear. Just told that I have to have the transmission replaced and it will cost $3500. I would like to be added to this class action lawsuit as well.

  • Trevor walker February 20, 2013

    My 2005 maxima with only 80,000 mileshas same problems listed above hard shifting between gears, slipping out of gears, while driving.. Took the car to dealership confirmed transmission problems and broken engine mounts.. More than $4,000 dollars of damage.. Luckily I purchased an extended warranty from outside vendor which is covered under my warranty policy.. But I still will like to be added to this class action lawsuit… Transmission should not fail this early.. I’m disappointed the way Nissan is handling this issue.

  • Edward February 20, 2013

    My 2007 Quest transmission started shifting early on by kicking in to gear & eventually slipping & getting worse as it got older resulted in a rebuild of transmission but it still have the same problems

  • Corsheka Cook February 20, 2013

    I just had the same issue. I replaced the transmission in my 2006 Nissan Maxima 5 days ago in the amount of $3000.00 I was also told that the radiator had to be replaced since it was the case of the transmission failure. I was told that the fluids from the radiator were running into the transmission and causing failure. I also had some of the motor mounts to break and the wheel bearings or the hub assembly to be replaced twice…. Any one had any of these problems?

  • Grant M February 21, 2013

    Same thing happened to me just recently with my 05 Max. Same symptoms and same diagnosis. Can’t wait for my name to be added. I don’t want to have to part with thousands of dollars for something that should have been taken care of long ago.

  • Brian February 21, 2013

    I have been having a problem with my transmission also in my 2006 maxima.how do I get added to the list

  • Gustavius February 23, 2013

    I have a 2004 Maxima with the same problems. Was wondering how I can be apart this class action.

  • Richard Thompson February 23, 2013

    I have a 2005 Nissan Maxima with a major transmission problem. It jumps out of gear when slowing down. It also jerks. How can i get added to this Class Action suit?

  • Richard Thompson February 23, 2013

    I bought a new 2005 Nissan Maxima in 2005, I am having the same transmission problem jerking and jumping out of gear. How can I be added to this class action suit?

  • Elizabeth Salhany February 23, 2013

    I’d like to be added to this law suit as well. I have a 2004 Maxima and had to have the transmission replaced with only 65,000 miles on the car. Please contact me.

  • Dale Stark February 23, 2013

    Please add me to this Class Action suit. I have a 2006 Maxima with the same problems.

  • Anthony K. Vickers February 24, 2013

    Please add me to the class action suit. I purchased my 2005 Nissan Maxima with 38,000 miles on it. By the time we reached 75,000 miles the transmission started acting up slipping in and out gear. It has been a nightmare from hell. I will never purchase a Nissan product ever.

  • Rolando Galdamez February 24, 2013

    I would also like to be added to the lawsuit I have a 2004 maxima SE and I’ve had to replace all my motor mounts twice and my transmission is failing! There is no reason this should be happening when I have older cars with no problems whatsoever

  • CLAIRE FRANCIS February 25, 2013

    How can I be added to the lawsuit, I purchased a used 05 Nissan Altima. It has 83,000 and transmission jumps and jerks. The dealership told me that was normal. Please send info about the lawsuit thanks.

  • CLAIRE FRANCIS February 25, 2013

    #212 How can I be added to the lawsuit, I purchased a used 05 Nissan Altima. It has 83,000 and transmission jumps and jerks. The dealership told me that was normal. Please send info about the lawsuit thanks.

  • matthew fazio February 25, 2013

    I am replacing a bad transmission on a 2006 maxima with only 105,000 miles on it. I would like to be part of this class action lawsuit. thanks. please feel free to contact me anytime.

  • Julio February 25, 2013

    I have a 2005 Nissan Quest that is being giving me problems with my transmission also with the cluster can we do something about it to.

  • Barbara February 26, 2013

    I would like to be added also. I have a 2005 Nissan Maxima and I have had to put another transmission in also. I contacted Nissan of North America about a year or so ago and told them about the problem. Their response was we are sorry but maybe I should contact the dealership and maybe they could give me some help. Unfortunately I had to pay this myself. I just wanted Nissan of North America to be aware of the problems that were being generated by the transmission and that a number of people that I know were having the same problems. I thought they would be more concerned but this was not the case.

  • Barbara February 26, 2013

    I also have had the same problems with my 2005 Nissan Maxima. I replaced my transmission also. I contacted Nissan of North America over a year ago so that they would be aware of the problems that several people were having with their nissans. They did not respond in a positive manner. I would like to be added to this suit also if possible.

  • Angie Martinez February 26, 2013

    Have a 2006 Nissan Maxima with same issues. Would like to join the Lawsuit. Let me know how.

  • Dillon ross February 26, 2013

    I am having the same problem with my 2005 nissan maxima right now its on its way to the shop to get fixed nissan told me not thier problem. How could a corporation get away with this i would like to be inculed in th elaw suit how do i join

  • Shanna February 26, 2013

    I also have a 2006 Maxima with the same transmission problems, I also had some of the motor mounts to break and the wheel bearings or the hub assembly to be replaced twice…. I only have 68,000 miles on mine and sad they won’t stand behind…..I will be getting my new one put in this week..no thanks to Nissan or the dealership..

  • Samuel Doku February 27, 2013

    I HAD BOUGHT 2 ENGINE MOUNTS FOR THE JERKING OF THE ENGINE AND REPLACED THEM BUT I AM STILL HAVING THE SAME PROBLEMS.I HAVE PROBLEMS WITH THE TRANSMISSIONS,WHICH IS BEEN WORKED ON. I HAVE BEEN ADVISED TO BUY A NEW COMPUTER,IN ORDER TO SEE IF THE TRANSMISSION PROBLEM COULD SOLVE THE CHANGING OF THE GEARS AT CERTAIN SPEEDS. I HAD TOO MANY PROBLEMS WITH MY SE MAXIMA,SINCE I BOUGHT IN NOVEMBER 2005.MAXIMA SE 2006.

  • Samuel Doku February 27, 2013

    PROBLEMS WITH MY MAXIMA SE 2006,THEY ARE THE FOLLOWING: ENGINE MOUNT,TRANSMISSION, ELECTRICAL AND OTHER RADIO PROBLEMS.I AM GOING TO BUY A NEW COMPUTER NEXT WEEK,TO SEE IF IT COULD SOLVE THE TRANSMISSION PROBLEMS. JUST TOO MANY PROBLEMS WITH THE 2006 MAXIM BUT I HAVE BEEN BUYING THE PARTS TO FIX THE PROBLEMS…BUT STILL MORE PROBLEMS TO BE FIXED.

  • Kim February 27, 2013

    I would love to be part of this! My car is in the shop now getting its transmission rebuilt. 2004 maxima with 109,000 miles. Has been a headache for the last 3-4 yrs.

  • Carlos Nolasco February 28, 2013

    How can I get added to this class action siut? I have a 2007 quest with the same transmission problems as everyone else. It’s been going on for about a year now and when I contacted the nissan dealer they told me there were no recalls. The transmission is getting worse and soon i won’t be able to drive the van. Please let me know and thank you in advance.

  • michael isenhower March 1, 2013

    Just bought a 2006 Maxima about a month ago and now the transmission is slipping. I want to be added to this suit.

  • Richard Bisnett March 1, 2013

    I have a 2006 maxima with 83000 miles that the transmission is now slipping. It starts slipping shortly after I start to accelerate and the car won’t go over 30 MPH until it stops slipping, the car jerks back and forth until it engages. A very dangerous situatyn when trying to get on a highway.I have owned this since it was brand new and would like to make sure I am included in this lawsuit and also kept up to date on is progress.

  • Pasquale Botelho March 1, 2013

    I have a 2007 Nissan quest and having trouble with slipping and banging transmission how do I get added to this class action suit?

  • Rose Taylor -Bridges March 2, 2013

    What a freaking nightmare!!!!! I have a 2006 S E Nissan Maxium I have replaced the motor
    mounts and transmission

  • Marika Bright March 3, 2013

    I purchased a used 2005 Nissan Maxima and has had it only 8 months and the motor mounts and transmission has failed. It is a costly repair and I feel as if I have been deceived. I can’t trade it either cause the dealers know of this malfunction. I want to participate in this lawsuit.

  • Maryann March 5, 2013

    I purchased a used 2005 Nissan Altima and have had transmission problems since day one. The vehicle shifts from 1st gear to 2nd gear very harshly. It also feels like it is slipping while I am on the highway using cruise control. I would like to join this law suit.

  • juanita wilson March 5, 2013

    I have a 2004 max tjat i haven’t been able to drive in 2 years because if d jerking n popping noise…i no it d Trans mission but i cant afford to have it fixed…please help i need to be added to this law suit…

  • Michael March 5, 2013

    I have a 2007 Nissan quest with 86000 on it. Transmission had been slipping and found out today that it needs replaced for somewhere around 4g. Please tell me how I get added to this law suit. I cant afford it and I cant even give this car away.

  • Cheryl March 6, 2013

    Transmission problems with slipping and I only have 67,000 miles.

  • Moki 5682 March 7, 2013

    My transmission has gone bad in my car and I was wondering how can I get added to this law suit I have a 2005 Nissan Maxima please reply back ASAP. Thanks in advance

  • Chinnaz Ammari March 8, 2013

    I have an 06 Maxima and I am experiencing the same problems as the above comments. How can I be added to this complaint??

  • Chinnaz Ammari March 8, 2013

    I have an 06 Maxima and am experiencing the same problems at 72000 miles. How can I be added to this list please??

  • Marilyn March 8, 2013

    I have the same transmission problem with my 04 Nissan Quest. Had the transmission repaired in 08.

  • jd March 8, 2013

    How can I get added to this class action suit? I have a 2005 Nissan Quest with the same transmission problems

  • jd March 8, 2013

    How can I get added to this class action suit? I have a 2005 Nissan Quest with the same transmission problem

  • Cheryl March 9, 2013

    I have 2 maxima 2004 and my daughter have a 2006 same problems luckily I had bumper to bumper on the 2004 so the tranmission was replace but My family stilll have to suffer the cost of replacing my daughter tranmission. Nissan shame shame sahme on you this is crazy that you will not help the conusumer knowing this was a problem how can we get in the the class action lawsuit.

  • jroberts March 10, 2013

    So iam not alone the same thing I am going Thur with my 2004 max this is causing a big strain two other family members of mind have the same year and the same problem

  • Eduardo March 10, 2013

    Have 2006 Maxima. How can i get in on the law suit?

  • Desiree March 11, 2013

    Had the same issue with my 07 Quest, replaced it at an astronomical 3,600.00, found out about the lawsuit at the time I replaced it and brought it to Nissan’s attention but to no avail. I was told by the law firm handling this suit that we don’t need to anything to include ourselves in this, we will receive word once the lawsuit is complete. You will receive a letter from Nissan, if you don’t, contact them yourself once the judgement is complete.

  • Shantay Reado March 12, 2013

    Have a 2006 Maxima and I am also having transmissiin problems. How can I get in on this lawsuit.

  • VICTORIA March 12, 2013

    I have a 2005 Nissan Maxima withe same problems. It is in the shop now.

  • Kitrease March 12, 2013

    I have a 2006 Nissan Maxima, with a transmisson problem as descibed in the above comments,how can be added to the lawsuit please?

  • Mike March 12, 2013

    2005 maxima, just spent $3000 on replacing the transmission. I called Nissan Consumer Affairs and they provided me 0 assistance. How can I join this law suit?

  • John Godwin March 13, 2013

    2005 Nissan Maxima: Valve body is bad. Shifts hard after transmission warms up. Also will hesitate going into gear and jerk once warmed up. Initial thought was bad transmission but after researching on web, valve body needs replaced. Still not a cheap fix but not as expensive as a transmission.

  • Shirleeta March 13, 2013

    I have a 2004 Nissan Quest. The motor will jump, the steering wheel shake, the tires rumbles, transmission is slipping, electrical doom lights have stop working. Now I found out I need to replace all these parts. Which will cost me a lot.

  • Charlie McCarthy March 14, 2013

    My 2006 maxima is doing the exact same thing slipping,slamming into drive,reverse and I definately can’t afford 3 or 4000 dollars to fix it,please I would appreciate any help you can give me,thankyou!!!

  • christy March 14, 2013

    I bought a 2005 Maxima in 2006 and it drove fine until I gave the car to my parents two years ago and every now and then I drive the car because my husband has my car. Well the tranny has a hard time shifting and on top of that I have to wait before I step on the gas until it shifts if not it will slam into gear. I’ve read a lot of posts about this, when will the lawsuit be finished and will there be a mass recall for those vehicles with this problem? My parents can’t afford the cost of repairs, neither does everyone else who owns this car for a long time and this happens years later and Nissan is doing nothing about it. I hope the lawsuit comes through for everyone who has this problem.

  • Gail March 14, 2013

    If this lawsuit is in NJ I would like to be added as well 2004 Maxima . How do I get added?

  • Vineet Shrivastava March 16, 2013

    Hi There,
    I have a Nissan Quest SE 2005. I have started experiencing Transmission problems. I would like ot be added to the lawsuit. I am in CA.

  • jeannette March 16, 2013

    How can i be added to this class action suit. I have a 2006 nissan maxima with the same transmission problems.

  • Len Shannon March 16, 2013

    Have a 2006 Nissan Maxima with 102K miles and experiencing same problems with jerking transmission as described by others. Would also like to be added to class action suit.

  • Hebert March 17, 2013

    Have 2004 guest…. How can i get in on the law suit?

  • Jamie March 17, 2013

    Having the same trans problems with my 2006 Maxima. I’ve already spent over 2 grand and still have problems. How can I join the lawsuit?

  • Mike March 18, 2013

    how long would it take to get nissan to admit the problem.
    i just called nissan corp. offices and the are dening the the problem.
    Greedy, and unethical action.

  • Mike-Max06 March 19, 2013

    I have a 2006 Nissan Maxima that has the same transmission problems. How can I get added to the lawsuit?

  • Robert Flaherty March 20, 2013

    I have a 2005 Nissan quest SE with the same transmission problems help can I get added to the class-action lawsuit?

  • Luis Marrero March 21, 2013

    I have a 2004 Nissan Maxima with a major transmission problem. How can i get added to this Class Action suit? I am in PR.

  • Tyrone March 21, 2013

    Having the same problem 2005 maxima sL.tranny slip hard jerk in lower gears at high speeds car runs fine how do I get in on the lawsuit

  • Earl Aycock, Jr March 21, 2013

    Ditto to what has been said. Transmission slips and changes gears roughly. I am feeling less safe now while driving. Please advise on how to participate in the class action suit

  • irv kodimer March 21, 2013

    I have the same transmission problems detailed by many others on my 2004 Maxima SE. Shuddering and hard shifting between 1 & 2 gears on my automatic tran, also hard shifting when slowing down between 2 and 1. Also, same hard shifting between drive and reverse. HOW DO I GET ON THE CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT AS A PLAINTIFF? Thank you..

  • ingrid March 22, 2013

    We have a 2005 nissan maxima same problem with a bad transmission.. how do we get on this law suit..

  • Ashley March 22, 2013

    I would like to be a part of this. I’m having the same exact issues.

  • Anthony Hart March 23, 2013

    I would love to be part of this I have a 2005 Nissan max SL and its having sifting problems from p to r to d its a bad jerk . Went to three different shops one place told me 6666.00 second place 3000.00 and third place said 3000.00. Third place told me they have a lot of nissan max my year come in with the same problem and nissan should of recalled it and they never did. So were do I sign up to be part of this lawsuit ..

  • William Kelly March 24, 2013

    We have 2007 Nissan quest with trans problems. I would also like to be involved in suit. Our estimate for repairs was almost $5000 dollar.

  • Fidel March 25, 2013

    Had mine repaired last year for almost 5000. How do I get in?

  • Anthony March 25, 2013

    I have a 2005 Nissan Maxma that just went out on me last week due to transmission failure…Called Nissan corporate they saying they cant help due to mile outside of warranty…I refuse to pay for a new transmission seeing that this is a widespread problem and when the service department pretty much telling i bought a defected car from the beginning…how do i get in?

  • Anthony #270 March 25, 2013

    just adding my #

  • Jeremy March 25, 2013

    2005 Nissan Quest having same transmission problems.

  • Jill March 25, 2013

    Having the same problem with my transmission. Bought the car brand new in 2005 (Maixma SL) and has been babied ever since. What do we as consumers need to do to participate?

  • edward March 26, 2013

    how I sign up for Nissan transmission lawsuit, I have Nissan maxima with same problems

  • Wadih Z March 26, 2013

    I have a 2004 Nissan Maxima…I been taking care of this car Immaculately for the past 3.5 years. Car has 174K and requires a new transmission…How do i get in on this law suit?

  • nydia March 26, 2013

    2005 nissian quest, Transmission problems, also want to be added to the class action suit. dealer wants 5200 to fix it.

  • JAMES March 29, 2013

    I brought my 2006 Nissan Maxima with 30,000 miles on it. I kept car serviced and mainteance up as well. In the last 6 months I have been experiencing transmission problems after taking it to a total of 3 shops and all telling me the same thing it’s a internal problen with cheapest repair of $3000. My car currently jerks, fails to go into gear properly, starting to accelerate slow etc. Beforw coming to websight I have 3 friend having same car and having the same problems. I really don’t understand why if so many defects Nissan won’t help with repair. I would definitely like to be part of the lawsuit and would be willing to talk to anyone in person. Due to finances I really can’t afford to fix andthe problems has caused me dramatic stress while I’m still trying to pay off vehicle.

  • Ayana March 29, 2013

    I have a 2006 Maxima as well with internal transmissions problems. I have has 3 estimates all which suggest that the transmission is fixed for about $2000 to $3500. I only have 140,000 miles on it. Please add me to the lawsuit. I need help

  • Rodney March 29, 2013

    I have a 2005 Nissan Maxima that had the same problems. At less than 57,000 miles because it involved the safety of my family I paid $4000.00 to get it fixed and now less than 6 months later there are other issues going on with my maxima. Again my Maxima has less than 57K and it was bought brand new and it just amazes me how many issues it seems this class is linked to. This makes me think that there is a defect and I would like to know what is being done and what actions they are taking to resolve this.

  • Aric Strickland March 29, 2013

    I have the same issues as above. How do I get involved?

  • debra pollizzi March 30, 2013

    http://www.chimicles.com/nissan-transmission-failure-altima-maxima-and-quest-vehicles

    contact this law firm about these problems they are handling the case

  • Sherkita March 30, 2013

    I hv a 2005nissan maxima only 80k milesthe transmission slipping already how do i get involved with this class action lawsuit?ls email me at keshagantt@yahoo.com

  • Nancy March 30, 2013

    I do not understand why there does not seem to be any answers regarding this. The sales person at the dealership knows nothing about this problem. I have a 2004 with 84,500 miles. Never have I replaced a transmission! My last Nissan had over 200,000 and my Pontiac had well over 150,000, Buick over 175,000. I trusted Nissan. How do we get this law suit to work for us?

  • Kelley Colbert April 1, 2013

    My husband has bought me 3 new Nissans in the past 15 years. It was not until this 2005 Nissan Altima with the obvious transmission problem, which Nissan acts as if they do not know exists.
    One thing we came away with, WE WILL NEVE BUY ANOTHER NISSAN AGAIN BECAUSE OF THIER LACK OF DECENCY TO ASSISST US CONSUMERS.

  • Stacy April 1, 2013

    How do I become part of the lawsuit?

  • Mark April 2, 2013

    Im having the same problems with my 2005 Nissan Maxima. Where do i sign up for this lawsuit. Please let me know!!!

  • Curley Coleman April 3, 2013

    I bought my wife a 2005 maxima we are having the same problems where do we sign up. I had to buy her another car because it was too expensive to fix this one Now the car just sets in the yard.

  • Veronica April 3, 2013

    i have had issues with my 2005 maxima since the beginning. The biggest problem is the constant jerking and pulling while driving (the transmission/gear change). I have also had many problems electrically. Three times have I been left stranded with my baby in the car when the battery connections decided to fail on me. It’s never been an issue with the battery I’ve always been on top of having a fully charged or new one.
    I’m so sick of this car. I bought a Nissan because we had a sentra for such a long time and It was wonderful and dependable, boy has Nissan disappointed us! Never again will I purchase a Nissan. >: / I will sign up for the newsletter to keep updated. What can I do as far as fighting back on this Lemon they sold me?

  • Niki April 3, 2013

    I have a 2007 Quest that has been having the same transmission problmes that people are talking about. I would like more information on the class action suit.

  • jim ferrazza April 4, 2013

    I have a 2007 max, If i kick my maxima it does not shift into second. It tac’s out over 6 and 7 grand and never shifts. I thought it was just my car but seen a kid with a year newer and his did the same thing and he did not even realize his car does not shift as well. in manual it has no problem.

  • Nicole April 4, 2013

    I have a 2005 Nissan Maxima. The first and second gears started jerking when the cars mileage was around 98,000. Please let us know something soon. I need to get this fixed ASAP.

  • Wendy Haines April 5, 2013

    4/5/2013 I have a 2005 Nissan Quest. Started with a little slip which I thought may have been a belt. Within 2 months I lost 3rd gear. Van goes into 1st, 2nd and then the RPM’s shoot up to 40,000! Has been in the shop since 2/20/2013!

  • Dawn April 5, 2013

    I have a 2006 Maxima and I have been dealing with the same issues as many of you. The jerking is embarrassing to say the least. I’m a single parent and it’s important for me to have a reliable car for work. Most people who own Nissans are loyal customers… You would think that would matter to the company. Ms Maxine is Strong, beautiful, and black… Just like me and my 3 girls. She deserves to be treated better! NISSAN… HELLOOO!! If you don’t get your act together and fix this problem. I’m going to start shopping for a Honda or a Toyota.

  • Bo April 7, 2013

    Hi – I have a 2004 Maxima and I’m having the same problem with the transmission, is there any update on the lawsuit?? Will the dealers do anything?

  • eduardo April 7, 2013

    i have a 2006 maxima whit 13000 miles but i have that probledm since i was 85000 when you take the filer and was told i need new transmission i can do

  • TROY WHITE April 7, 2013

    wow my neighbor just had her 05 nissan maxima transmision repaired i didnt realize we had the same problem. ive been babying mine for a year and a half due to hard downshifts slipping between 1st and 2nd slow engaging drive and reverse add me to the fix my problem lawsuit please

  • Jon Claybrook April 8, 2013

    I have a 2005 Maxima SE. Around 95K miles, the transmission started to slip. I am taking the car to the dealer to get fixed. That is how I figured out about the lawsuit. Please update me as things progress. Does anyone know any updates on this? I want to be added to the class.

  • Pamela April 11, 2013

    I just purchased a 2006 nissan maxima with 39000 miles on it and now the AT check light is on. Please add me to the lawsuit also.

  • #299 Connie April 11, 2013

    I have a 2004 Nissan Maxima with a transmission problem. How do I get in on the lawsuit?

  • Alisha Barker April 11, 2013

    I own a 2005 Maxima and i have replaced/rebuilt the transmission 2 times in the past 2 years and still have a problem. I hate this car

  • Maritza April 11, 2013

    I have a 2004 Nissan Maxima with a transmission problem. How do I get in on the lawsuit?

  • kristen April 12, 2013

    this is crazy that nissan wont hold up to their own actions their are to many people having this problem my 2006 maxima is doing the same thing as many others i want to be added to this lawsuit… i will never buy another nissan in my life AGAIN

  • judith comerford April 12, 2013

    I have 2006 Nissan maxima and it slips how do I get involved with class action Nissan needs to fix this problem.

  • Stacey Cherry April 13, 2013

    My husband and I recently purchased our first newer car about a year ago from a local used car dealer we bought with only 73-74,000 miles on it. Within the last 4 months its been doing the same thing as everyone else is saying my transmission is slipping its just not running right and we still are paying for this car now your telling me that I might have to pay thousands in repairs its not fair espacially in this economy and we have 3 kids that ride in this car what happens if someting happens when they are in the car I dont think Nissan is right and I want to know how I can get this taken care of I dont feel us people who have these issues and bought the car should have to pay. This is our first real newer car we usually have to do buy here pay here and they’re older cars that only last a year so we finally are able to do better and I have to deal with this now its just not right or fair. How can I get in this or get my car fixed can I get my own lawyer please help I dont know how long my car has and I dont have the money to fix it its just not right . thank you

  • kuldeep April 14, 2013

    I have nissan maxima 2006 with 80k and experiencing same transmission issue. I took it to FS, I was quote 1.5k to fix.
    Whom shoul I be contacting for part of law suit and how can i register the report with nissan.
    It is a very high maintenance car, every now and then I have to spend 500 – 1000$ on it…
    Please help me to voice it..

  • Randy April 15, 2013

    We own a 2006 Nissan Maxima “Flagship” and have had problems with the transmission since 2009. The transmission slips, hesitates, and “chunks” into gear casuing our car to jump forward or stop short. I have a routine maintenace program where they do a fluid tratment with the transmission, and the condition returns over time. as I priced new and used transmissions, it looks like about a $2400 replacement on average. What is Nissan doing about this? Add me to the class action!

  • Ikbal Singh April 15, 2013

    I have 2004 maxima with same transmission problem , and I do not have the money to repair it. How can I be helped? How do I add myself to this law suit

  • Ira Patterson April 15, 2013

    I have a 2006 maxima with transmission problems and Nissan is telling me its going to cost about $4,200 to fix. How can I join class action lawsuit?

  • Bill April 16, 2013

    I have a 2006 Maxima with 92K miles. Randomly my RPMs jump up 3-4K shifting from 2nd to 3rd. Seems like transmission just went to neutral on its own. When she does shift, its with a big clunk. My car has problems jerking when down shifting as well, and even staying in 5th gear even though I’m stopped, forcing me to restart the car in order to get her back into 1st. I love my Maxima but, Nissan needs to fix this issue before they have one more Nissan hater.

  • Michael ruiz April 16, 2013

    I as well own a nissan maxima bought it with 40,000 miles and around 80000 miles the tranny started slipping and giving problems car now has 100,000 and is sitting because I do not have the money to fix the tranny how do I get in this lawsuit pls contact me!!

  • Kevin Donel Benjamin April 16, 2013

    My girlfriend recently purchased a 2006 Maxima from a used car dealer an she is having these same problems. What can she do to be part of this Class Action Law Suit

  • david April 16, 2013

    i leave my car in a parking lots and it just wen up in flame is there anyone out the who has that problem

  • david April 16, 2013

    i leave my maxim 04 car in a parking lots and it just wen up in flame is there anyone out the who has that problem

  • Ashley April 18, 2013

    I have a 2006 Nissan Maxima and my transmission is slipping very bad i need to know what to do so i can make Nissan pay to get my transmission fixed.

  • Jawaun April 19, 2013

    I have a 2005 nissan maxima and the transmission doesn’t go into gear all the time. How do I get nissan to fix it?

  • Marvin cobb April 19, 2013

    I have a 2006 3.5 SL Maxima.I bought the car at 54,000 an now at about 117,000 miles the transmissions problems are developing an getting worse by the day.Here lately ive been even having problems putting it in park or reverse.Please add me to this lawsuit or let me know how i can be added.

  • Kay Lewis April 19, 2013

    I like all other complaints have a 2006 maxima that is setting in the driveway doing nothing because for the past two years it as down shifted hard and jerked like crazy. I have paid for motor mounts, sensors, timing change belt to correct this problem. Told there is no recall on this vehicle so recently there was some strange things showing on my dash then service engine light came on and now it just dies out each time you start it. I hope this lawsuit is won because Nissan needs to correct this problem which they take no blame for.

  • Nick Davis April 23, 2013

    Have a 2004 Nissan quest have had to have the transmission rebuilt once and working already on asecond time as it continually goes into limp home mode sproadically and sometimes even kills the engine when the entire transmission fails, would like to be a part of this law suit

  • Nathan April 25, 2013

    I have a 2004 Nissan Maxima that began doing just about everything described in Mr. Tebas lawsuit @ about 70k mi. I’m just waiting on it to wreck me or leave me stranded, since I do not have the $4500 the dealer wants to replace it with another faulty xmission that will just fail again later!!! I sure hope the right thing is done and everybody gets a new tranny or reimbursement. Thanks Mr. Teba and team for your hard work!

  • Nicole April 26, 2013

    Attorneys for this case:Joseph G. SauderBenjamin F. JohnsMatthew D. Schelkopf361 West Lancaster Avenue, Haverford, PA 19041 | Phone: 610-642-8500http://www.chimicles.com/nissan-transmission-failure-altima-maxima-and-quest-vehicles

  • Gail Horn April 26, 2013

    2006 Maxima with 85,000 – informed by dealer that I need a re-built transmission. Would like to get in on lawsuit – what do I need to do?

  • Sarwar Baqar April 30, 2013

    I started noticing transmission issues in October 2011. I took the car to Nisaan service center but they couldn’t diagnose it and each time I had to pay them $400-$500 for some unrelated issues. I finally took the car to AAMCo and they diagnosed transmission failure. I paid from my pocket close to $4000 to replace the transmission.

  • Joey May 1, 2013

    How can I get added to this class action suit? I have a 2007 Nissan Quest that has the same transmission problems.

  • latasha May 3, 2013

    I am wondering how can I be added to this lawsuit as well. I have a 2006 Nissan Maxima that is experiencing transmission problems Right Now and I really don’t have the money to get it fix so if there is anyway Nissan can be held responsible and repair my car, that would be great.

  • Lorraine May 7, 2013

    I have a 2007 Nissan Altima and it only has 72,000 miles bought it brand new off the lot,I don’t have money to shell out,plus my job is far I can’t be without a car. Why haven’t they fixed this problem??? I need to be added to the suite.

  • OdiOrtiz May 8, 2013

    Our 2007 Nissan Pathfinder completely went out as my wife was exiting the freeway. SUV barely had 82,000 miles when this happened in April 2013 but we had some symptoms in 2012. Our total copay charges for a “new transmission” per dealer was over $3200. Nissan motors and Nissan of Clovis in California refused to assist in covering the expensive repairs. Our family is dealing with medical issues and unemployment challenges and Nissan of Clovis is refusing to work with us by accepting a monthly payment until amount is paid in full. Their response has been buy at your own risk and we care less about your personal situation……pay the bill in full immediately. Why do we consumers have to pay for their badly designed equipment and negligence in addressing these seriously defective components? Nissan should had been forced to recall these vehicles and repair them at their cost.
    Don’t buy Nissan cars, they are a bad investment and company and Nissan dealers don’t really care about your personal impacts.

  • Ciro May 11, 2013

    It is truly shocking that any major corporation would not be willing to stand 100% percent behind their product, especially in hard times such as these. I believe that if a consumer is willing to shell out over $30k for a car that person should not have to worry about replacing ANYTHING major until the odometer has rolled over at least twice, maybe three times, but for an expensive repair to be required before the first roll-over is not only a slap in the face to all of us, but it is also an extremely sick and disgraceful display of just how loyal Nissan Corp. feels about their customers. I have an ’06 Maxima, and yes, I too am having the same problems with my transmission as the rest of you, so I too would like to be part of this class action suit. Good luck to us all!

  • Andre Christian May 11, 2013

    I am also interested in getting added to this class action lawsuit. I have a 2006 Nissan Maxima SL with the same transmission problems. How can I get added to the lawsuit?

  • dustin May 13, 2013

    Same problem on my 06 maxima how can I partake in this law suit?

  • Sally May 13, 2013

    I have been having transmission problem with my 2005 Maxima.The car jerks and jumps around 20 mph. I just brought it to the dealer today and was told that I need a new transmission and it is going to cost $3500 +. I need to join the law suit.

  • Beverly May 14, 2013

    I have the exact same problem. At first, I thought maybe I needed a fluid change or something. My car wont shift at about 20 mph. The rpms rev up and the car acts like it is in neutral. Then it violently jerks into gear. Almost got rear ended in Huntsville when pulling into traffic and merging with work traffic. My car stalled and acted like it was in neutral and two cars behind me had to slam on their brakes. Transmission shops said it would be a few thousand to rebuild the transmission. I cant afford that right now. Scared to even drive my car!

  • natalie May 15, 2013

    I purchase a 2005 nissan maxima in 2004 I have the same transmission problem how can I be added to this class action suit.

  • Shedwick R. DeBose May 16, 2013

    I purchased a 2005 maxima now im having the same problems with the transmission jerking and slipping out of gear how can I be part of the law suit please respond with and answer.

  • Jose F Lerma May 17, 2013

    I have 2006 with extreme transmission problems and is the only car I got….. I’m in big trouble ,I don’t have money to fix it ,every body I asking over 3000 dollars to fix it heeeeelp…. Please….

  • Savoeuta May 18, 2013

    I have the same problem. My car been sitting in my driveway for about a year now. Transmission problem. Had my kids in the car wen the car rev up to an abnormal speed. Could of caused a few accident. Not only it rev up the speed sometimes it wouldn’t go pass 50 and slows down and also jerks. Feel very unsafe for me and my kids in the car with this problem. So decided to put my car for sale. Still no one wants to buy it because of this issue. Too expensive for me to fix this.

  • Douglas May 18, 2013

    I have a 2004 Nissan Maxima SE. The transmission is TERRIBLE. One time it was so bad that the car completely failed…all the engine dashboard lights went on and the pedal was dead so I had to cool the car down before trying to get home in first gear. Many more problems! Please help!

  • Atul May 18, 2013

    I recently purchased 2005 Nissan Quest. I am experiencing transmission jerks and kick all day long. It is terrible.

    What help I can get there. Mechanic is asking for $ 2500.

  • Steve May 19, 2013

    I would like to know how I can get the same problem resolved with my 2005 maxima, which at 84K is having the same problem.

  • TED May 20, 2013

    I HAVE A 07 NISSAN QUEST WITH SAME PROBLEMS. HOW CAN I GET IN?

  • stephen May 20, 2013

    PLEASE ADD ME TOO!! HAVE A 2005 MAXIMA WITH FAULTY TRANSMISSION, IN AND OUT SHOP 6 TIMES REPLACED VALVEBODY WORKED FOR A BIT, REBUILT TRANYY WORKED FOR A BIT, OUT NEW SENSORS IN TRANNY STILL TO NO AVAIL!!! PLEASE HELP

  • sean May 21, 2013

    I have 2004 Nissan Quest with 77000 miles.
    My car’s transmission shifting is so rough. After driving for about 20 minutes, my car start make clink sound and shake every time deaccelerated below 20 miles per hour. Nissan told me there’s error problem communication signal to transmission and it will cost $3995 to repair. Before this when I accelerated over 20 miles, car was jumping forward. And about 6 years ago, this car engine was moving and shaking and it caused other related parts got damaged too. But it was covered by warranty. But now I have transmission problem and Nissan told me it will cost $3995.

  • Vicki Thomas May 22, 2013

    I have a 2005 Maxima. I started having transmission problems approximately five or six years ago. I have replaced the transmission twice. I have asked Nissan to help me but they refused. Problems are as follows: 1) transmission just qiuts while driving . if you stop car and put in park it will start working again, 2) timing guides ticking, 3) riding in 5th gear and a number of other problems. How can I get added to this class action suit? Tried of putting money into this when nissan knew they had serious problems with this vehicle.

  • Traci Johnson May 23, 2013

    I have a 2006 Nissan Quest. Same story. Started to lurch forward, a couple of years ago and now jerks into gear and idles frequently. New transmission is too expensive!!! It is totally unethical of Nissan not to take care of this problem that is so clear a manufacturing defect.

  • Ross May 23, 2013

    Aside from the fact that we had to replace the engine in our 2007 Nissan Quest because the oil in the oil pan was cooked and had to replace both front hub bearings at 48k miles (with no help from Nissan) and tried to replace a leaking windshield that still leaks and Nissan still refuses to help with that as well…. We now have a transmission that is going out. We are at 110k miles and we now notice severe delays in shifting at speeds below 45 mph. Along with the delays we notice a buzzing sound when accelerating from the stop position. Nissan has never been a help with any of the problems early on and I’m pretty sure they have no intent to help now.

  • Robert May 24, 2013

    Bought new 2005 Nissan maxima have the same problems as everyone replaced all motor mounts transmission has terrible jerk when shifting from reverse to 1st also same thing on downshift . Longtime Nissan owner if I can’t get help from Nissan will not buy another Nissan .

  • Jeffrey Gardner May 24, 2013

    I want in, I have the same issue. It jerks sometimes it will almost go into a protect mode, with the pedal to the floor, I will be maxed out at 30 mph
    2004 Quest

  • Brandon E May 25, 2013

    Similar issue with my tranny. 04 Maxima automatic. It slams into gear when switching from reverse to drive. Downshifts hard too. Symptoms are worse with more weight or on a hill.

  • Kevin May 26, 2013

    2006 maxima with trans problem.nissan need to fix theses problems.never will buy another nissan only have 52k miles .

  • Keith May 27, 2013

    I have a 2005 Maxima. Same problems as described by others. How can I get added to this class action suit?

  • Ty May 28, 2013

    2004 trasnmission replaced at 65K miles. How do I join this lawsuit?

  • Wally May 28, 2013

    Same story, 2005 Maxima with 80,000 miles, rough shifting and slipping. Why is there no information about joining the suit on a site about suits?

  • Chantell May 30, 2013

    I had the same problem with my 2006 Nissan Maxima. I bought my car in July 2011 with 78000 miles on it, 1 month later my transmission was jerking and shifting. I took it in to have it looked at and what do you know, I needed a new transmission at 80,000. After spending $3,700 I still didnt like the performance of the transmission, still seems to jerk. I called Nissan Comsumer Compaint regarding them paying for the transmission because they should have a recall after all the cars having same problem. I sent a letter with all the documentation of the costs and what the transmission costs and they opened a claim. After a month and half, I get a phone call from them that they denied me because I didnt have the transmission done at a Nissan Dealer. He said it wouldnt be for sure that they would reimburse, but more of a possibility. I was so mad and felt so betrayed. I will never buy a Nissan vehicle again. I had the worst service and nothing but bad luck with the car. I would love to join the lawsuit against Nissan and poor manufacturing of the vehicles.

  • Jeremy June 1, 2013

    06 maxima with same transmission problems. Have only 85k on it

  • Binh June 4, 2013

    Mine is Maxima 06, brought it brand new, now it’s at 57000 miles, started to slip and jerking. Very disappointed in Nissan.

  • Gustavo Gutierrez June 5, 2013

    2006 Maxima, bought new and maintenanced religiously. Just over 100,000 miles transmission started to slip, I rebuilt the valve body adding the (transgo) shift kit because of the design flaw. Replaced all three solenoids and still the same problem. Still attempting to fix the issues, I am sure it’s electrical, now the rpm is erratic while the AC is on. Need to get in on this.

  • Joe June 6, 2013

    My car 2005 maxima doing the same thing! Jerking at 20 miles and almost lost control. want to get in on lawsuit

  • Tammy Owen June 7, 2013

    I am second owner of 2005 Nissan Maxima. I bought it with 97k miles and at 110k miles it began to slip and shift violently. At 130k I had complete transmission failure.
    I contacted Nissan and they first asked mileage of my car then stated I should have called them before 120k therefore they would not do anything about it. Please add me to this action.

  • Frank June 7, 2013

    Same issue here took it to nissan for the same issues everyone is having and was told nissan would not cover the transmission. Only 84000 miles and was bought brand new in 2006. how can I get any help or join this lawsuit!!??

  • Bennie June 8, 2013

    I have an 2006 maxima and i only drive on trips. I bought the car with about 60,000. I have had it serviced regularly. it has 146000 miles on it. I started to feel a little slip and jerk but was told that it was the spark plug that has to be change at 120000. come to find out its the transmission and Nissan won’t help. my complant is that Nissan knew that they had issues an never recalled the cars. My tranny probably lasted longer because its just my road trip car. But a car that cost this much should last alot longer. I have brought 4 nissan products and now I’m disappointed.

  • david castro June 11, 2013

    I have a 2006 Nissan quest.. THE TRANNY despite of meticulous maintainance have jerking and slipping problems.. Nissan always says..” theres nothing wrong”.. and also the DREADED chain tensioner “Rattling problems”…. too much money to fix..
    should also be a class action lawsuit.!!

  • Bridgette s June 14, 2013

    Got a nissan maxima 04 having tranny problems

  • David June 14, 2013

    Hi, I just got a 06 maxima from a used dealership… I just notice the tranny jurking alot when i hit 30 mphs. This also happens at high speed ( highway ) just curious of any update on this form, or from anybody that can give an update on the lawsuit .. Ty

  • Scott L June 16, 2013

    I own 2006 maxima bought brand new. I’m also experiencing same erratic shifts, jerks and now complete loss of 3rd gear, I’ve been driving very gingerly trying to milk as much time before complete failure which has finally occurred. With the check engine lite on, it’s a immediate failure of smog testing here in California ,so I’m forced to fix at a cost of 3750.00, it’s embarrassing to drive with friends or clients in car and quality of life was tainted because of lack of trust in vehicle. I would like to be a part of the class action law suit. I’m now employed at a very well know Japanese automakers who has had several recent public recalls, it’s nice to see at least one Japanese maker is concerned and takes care of there loyal clients.

    S.L.
    California

  • David Childress June 19, 2013

    I purchase my 2006 nissan Maxima new and now I am having problems with the transmission. How can I get added to this class action suit?

  • Lynn June 19, 2013

    I have a 2004 Nissan Maxima with the same problems as everyone else. I have had major work done to it and still have the same problems. How do i get added to this class action?

  • Chaylene June 20, 2013

    I had a 2004 Murano that failed several times while driving. Why isn’t Murano on the list? It was always in for repairs. Eventually, we traded it in for new car since it was too dangerous for me to drive (and I was pregnant).

  • Deborah June 20, 2013

    Just Purchased A 2006 Nissan Maxima 5-12-2013 From A Used Car Dealership, And I’m Experiencing Slipping And Jerking As It Shifts Gears.The Jerking Gets Worse The Longer I Drive It.. I Owned An 82 Maxima In 95 And Had No Problems And Absolutely Loved It, So Didn’t Do Any Research On Maximas.Now I’m Feeling Worried As the Warranty Is Expired So I Will Have To Come Up With Repair Costs.. How Can I Be Added To This Suit ??

  • Tamoor June 21, 2013

    I have a nissan 2005 maxima, and I had almost gotten into a major accident while merging onto a highway in new york, and I took it to the mechanic and they told me it was the transmission. My car only had 85000 miles at the time and I had to pay 3000$ to get it fixed, seeing that there are other people going through the same thing, I strongly feel that Nissan needs to take an action soon and actually help us out, especially a college student like me, we can not afford to get ripped off by these companies and not do anything about it.

  • Jacklord Ombalino June 24, 2013

    I have 2007 Nissan Quest 3.5 SE with 135000 miles on it. The first problem I have is the engine mount when I reached 100000 miles then the transmission start jerking. Is there a recall for this problem?

  • Nathan June 24, 2013

    How can I find out information about this lawsuit? I have a 2005 Quest with these problems and Nissan knows nothing about the issue and is not willing to help?

  • liana.shaw@gmail.com June 24, 2013

    I own a 2006 Nissan Altima with just over 76000 miles. Recently, I’ve had problems with the car moving into or out of gear. Very slow. This weekend, I experienced trouble starting the car after a long trip. It would start after sitting a while but, not right away. And as I was driving, it felt like the car just jerked back then forth and I thought it was me. Serious underlying issues going on that I’m not aware of and personally getting nervous driving for fear of being stuck (stalled), or having an issue while driving. Nissan needs to get this fixed before a life gets taken in traffic! WORRIED!

  • Cheryl June 24, 2013

    FYI to all those interested. The party who originally filed this lawsuit voluntarily dismissed his case on June 29, 2012. No current lawsuit is pending however; Nissan has not fixed the issue, addressed the problem or even cares if anyone gets hurt for their defect or neglect. So, feel free to start a forum, another lawsuit, facebook, twitter, blog or do whatever you can to get them to stand up and take notice! We are all suckers in the lollypop of life!

  • Candy July 2, 2013

    I am currently paying off a 2006 Maxima that I bought a little over a year ago. Not long after, I was experiencing all of the same problems.. transmission slips, ect. It will cost at least $3,000 to replace, which I do not have to put up to repair. I feel like we all need to restart a lawsuit to help us with these problems. Start a Facebook page or something with other consumers having out problems. Maybe then we could contact a news station so that it is widespread so that Nissan will pay us for our problems!!! This isn’t fair!

  • nada pavlovic July 3, 2013

    anything for canada? same problem with 2006 maxima

  • nada pavlovic July 3, 2013

    anything for canada? same problems with 2006 maxima

  • JAWare July 12, 2013

    Just learned that my ’06 Maxima needs a new valve body and transmission. Dealership quoted $6,000 for repairs which is nuts and only comes with a 1 yr. warranty. I’m going with an independent shop that came highly recommended and quoted $4,400 and provides a 3 yr. warranty. Dallas AutoNation service rep. Told me this is a common problem with 04-06 Maximas; independent auto shop owner says he sees several cars a week with same problem. I am going to fix my car rather than buy new but will never ever own a Maxima. Spread the word to others and instruct them to join this suit so that Nissan will compensate customers for what is obviously an inherent problem!

  • Katrina July 15, 2013

    I have a 2005 Nissan Altima, how can I join this suit?

  • estela July 16, 2013

    Have a Nissan quest 2007 with 114,000 miles on it .Transmission started acting up around 80,000. Took it to dealer and they told me it was ok. Of course 5,000 miles after warranty. Now I’m at 114,000 and I just had to replace my transmission a motor mount and both lower arms. I’m saving my receipt…$3,800. The dealer quoted me $6,000 but I got 40 percent off. I still want my money back. We had just finished paying off my van!

  • Darryl July 17, 2013

    I’ve had to replace my transmission TWICE on my 2006 Maxima SL. Prior to that, I had a ’96 Maxima GLE and it had well over 110K mile when I traded it in. I never had a problem with the transmission. I have the feeling that it’s going to go again. I can’t afford to keep having it rebuilt. I was surfing and discovered that Nissan is replacing transmisson and proving a 100K warranty. When i inquired about it, I was told that my year was excluded from the offer. I had an ’87 200SX prior to the 86 Maxima…never had a problem with the transmission. My point is that it’s unlikely that the trasmission would fail on a Nissan but TWICE on the same car in 7 years??? i ‘ve my previous cars for 10 yearas with no transmission problems. Something is wrong and nissan needs to be held accountable. I also found out that there was a problem with the cooling system causing coolant to leak onto the transmission, thus breaking down the seals and then the trasmisson breaks down. If there’s anything that you can do to help, please do it. Thank you

  • Joyce July 18, 2013

    I would like to join aswell! My 2004 Maxima’s tranny just went again, after having it rebuilt a year ago!!! SIGN ME UP!!!

  • ahmed July 19, 2013

    i bought my nissan 7 months ago ,it was 93000 miles on it , i changed 4 engine mounts since i bought it ,transmission start jerking and i hear like a hit when i operate the brake ,i spent almost 4000 dollars on it in only 6 months . a car with 94000 miles is not suppose to have all of these kind of problems

  • Ebony July 28, 2013

    I just bought 2006 Nissan Quest in February and i am also having theses problems. How can i get added to this lawsuit?

  • Ebony July 28, 2013

    I just bought 2006 Nissan Quest in February and i am also having theses problems. How can i get added to this lawsuit?

  • James Atkins July 29, 2013

    I have an 05 maxima that is having the same exact issues that everyone else seems to be having. Please send me info on how to get involved. Thank you!

  • James Atkins July 29, 2013

    I have an 05 maxima that is having the same exact issues that everyone else seems to be having. Please send me info on how to get involved. Thank you!

  • James Atkins July 29, 2013

    I have an 05 maxima that is having the same exact issues that everyone else seems to be having. Please send me info on how to get involved. Thank you!

  • James Atkins July 29, 2013

    I have an 05 maxima that is having the same exact issues that everyone else seems to be having. Please send me info on how to get involved. Thank you!

  • James Atkins July 29, 2013

    I have an 05 maxima that is having the same exact issues that everyone else seems to be having. Please send me info on how to get involved. Thank you!

  • James Atkins July 29, 2013

    I have an 05 maxima that is having the same exact issues that everyone else seems to be having. Please send me info on how to get involved. Thank you!

  • JAWare July 30, 2013

    Their is an active class action lawsuit that is in the discovery phase. To add your name to the suit, visit the Chimicles & Tikellis website (the law firm handling the suit) at http://www.chimicles.com. Also, it’s important that you file an official complaint with the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) so that they can hopefully force a recall or other action. Nissan’s actions are criminal and they must pay!

  • JAWare July 30, 2013

    Their is an active class action lawsuit that is in the discovery phase. To add your name to the suit, visit the Chimicles & Tikellis website (the law firm handling the suit) at http://www.chimicles.com. Also, it’s important that you file an official complaint with the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) so that they can hopefully force a recall or other action. Nissan’s actions are criminal and they must pay!

  • JAWare July 30, 2013

    Their is an active class action lawsuit that is in the discovery phase. To add your name to the suit, visit the Chimicles & Tikellis website (the law firm handling the suit) at http://www.chimicles.com. Also, it’s important that you file an official complaint with the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) so that they can hopefully force a recall or other action. Nissan’s actions are criminal and they must pay!

  • joanna bradfield August 1, 2013

    I have a 2006 Nissan Altima and Nissan did replace the engine, within a month I developed transmission and alternator problems. It has cost me close to 4,000 in repairs and Nissan told me that it was unfortunate, but it was my problem. HELP!!!!

  • Debbie August 2, 2013

    I have an 06 Maxima that is in the shop as I type getting the tranny replaced $2600.00 for them to put in a re-built tranny from guess who yep Nissan so not only are they ripping us off by selling cars with faulty parts but they are re-making profit by selling my mechanic the part to fix it OMG !!!!!! wish someone could hold them accountable 1st and last Nissan for me !!!!! Wish I had known about this earlier I would have told them to re-build what I had. I forgot to mention that this car had about 75k miles when this started

  • Robert Stuart August 3, 2013

    I had the same issue with my 2004 maxima and had the transmission replaced at 100K miles. Now Here I have a 2006 Nissan Quest with 103k miles on it and the transmission slips, jerks and sometimes just stays in one gear. It started around 75k miles and my local dealer knows all about it. I paid 41k for the quest brand new and drove it right out of the showroom and to hear them tell me there’s nothing they can do makes me not want to buy another Nissan.
    How can I get on this law suit also?

  • Shambria Goodman August 5, 2013

    How can I be added to this lawsuit? I have a 2006 Nissan Maxima that I purchased in 2007. I’ve had two transmissions put in within the last two years and I’m still having issues with this car. It’s now running like a diesel car/truck and tractor.

    I’ve contacted a local Nissan dealership numerous times as I’ve contacted Nissan Consumer Affairs. They have not handled this problem and insist on me paying money for a starting place for a diagnostic test.

    I learned today about this lawsuit and the 100s of unsatisfied customers as myself.

  • Paul August 7, 2013

    Yep….another transmission victim for 2005 Maxima. My transmission is slipping in low gears…

  • Samantha Scott August 7, 2013

    My 2007 Nissan Quest SE is in the dealership shop right now and has been for 3 days. They can’t seem to pinpoint the problem, but have reenacted it several times. I drove it on Sunday, and after a turn I made the whole engine cut out. I got my husband to come and get me, he got it back on and running but it wouldn’t go out of first gear. He got it home and took it to the dealership on Monday, and it seemed to work fine. The mechanic then took it for a spin and it cut off every single time he turned a corner, much like it did with me. (I am still so glad I was on a back road and not a busy Houston highway with all of my children in the van with me). They’ve had it with them for 3 days, haven’t pinpointed them problem, just know that everytime they turn or corner with or without the pressing the acceleration the engine cuts out. When started back up (which is easy), it sometimes stays in 1st gear and others works just fine until the next turn. They are suspected a transmission issue. I have an extended warranty until December and really hope they figure this out. I’m not even sure what will happen if they don’t!

  • amanda powell August 12, 2013

    My 2005 Nissan Quest is in the shop as of Friday and the transmission is out. I would like to be added to this suit also please!

  • amanda powell August 12, 2013

    My 2005 Nissan Quest is in the shop as of Friday and the transmission is out. I would like to be added to this suit also please!

  • amanda powell August 12, 2013

    My 2005 Nissan Quest is in the shop as of Friday and the transmission is out. I would like to be added to this suit also please!

  • Roberta beck August 12, 2013

    I have a 2005 Nissan maxima that has jerking problems also. How can I be added to this class action lawsuit?

  • Juan August 14, 2013

    I have a 2006 maxima and same problems with the transmission.

  • Tamera August 15, 2013

    I have a 2005 Maxima that I have spent 4k to have a transmission replaced and TODAY YES TODAY, I find out that I need another transmission. Actually the man at AAMCO transmissions informed me about this suit. How can I join? Please advise if anyone knows

  • Renato Adel August 19, 2013

    I have the same issue. My ’06 Maxima is out of warranty and now I have to take to a 3rd party shop to get diagnosed and hopefully repaired.
    I may end-up trading this car in after a year, it is very unusual for a 7 yr old car with 65K miles for a transmission to go out this soon.
    I want to get added to this suit, and hopefully get re-imbursed for my repair dues.

  • Nefertiti Burnett August 20, 2013

    I had my 2005 nissan maxima for two years and now the transmission is going I

  • Iris August 23, 2013

    I have a 06 Nissan Maxima the transmission went out On my Car at 79k and I still have to make Car payments.Nissan needs to be held responsible for these vehicles. I don’t have $3,000 to repair my car. Nissan need to fix this

  • Iris August 23, 2013

    I have a 06 Nissan Maxima the transmission went out On my Car at 79k and I still have to make Car payments.Nissan needs to be held responsible for these vehicles. I don’t have $3,000 to repair my car. Nissan need to fix this

  • Nick August 23, 2013

    I spoke with the law firm that filed the case. They told me it was dismissed. I guess it was not on the merits but the firm is no longer pursuing a case against Nissan.

  • Nick August 23, 2013

    I spoke with the law firm that filed the case. They told me it was dismissed. I guess it was not on the merits but the firm is no longer pursuing a case against Nissan.

  • Randy August 27, 2013

    I have a 2005 Altima 2.5s that jerks while shifting from 1st to 2nd gear.
    How can I be added to this law suite?

  • jolene warehime August 29, 2013

    I am the ownew of a 2005 maxima with transmisdion jerking can I be added to this class action suit?

  • jolene warehime August 29, 2013

    I am the ownew of a 2005 maxima with transmisdion jerking can I be added to this class action suit?

  • jolene warehime August 29, 2013

    I am the ownew of a 2005 maxima with transmisdion jerking can I be added to this class action suit?

  • srdjan September 1, 2013

    It’s not the whole transmition in question, its only the valve body which can be replaced with updated one. I also went thru Nissan customer affairs and they didn’t want to help so I did the research and took my car to Level 10 in NJ in march and for $1300 my car runs like new. Do not spend the money with dealers. There is a couple companies who sells updated valve body, but from my experience Level 10 is good. You can take your car there and get 20000 miles warranty or order the piece and give somebody to put it. This is my last Nissan vehicle. Goof luck guys

  • curtis lanham September 3, 2013

    Tranny won’t go into 3rd its like it kicks into. Neutral please help

  • Teel Jackson September 4, 2013

    I have a 2006 V6 3.5 Altima. My car has a very hard knock when it goes into reverse and drive after the engine gets hot. It also hesitate when driving to change gears shifting. How can I be added to Nissan Transmission Defect Class Action Lawsuit? Please contact me with information. Thank You.

  • Brian Arthur Lampe September 6, 2013

    Our 2005 quest has transmission problems. We have attempted to contact Nissan but have been ignored from corporate.

    Help?

  • clinty September 9, 2013

    I own a 2005 Nissan maxima transmition went bad went and rebuild it cost me $2500 6 month after transmition went bad again will never buy a nissan again

  • bgarcia September 9, 2013

    I have a 2003 Murano I have replaced my transfer case three years ago called Nissan for help and got no where with them I had to pay out of pocket $3ooo. Two months after that I have to replace the catalitc converter another big job. Now a month ago I had to replace the gas pump again another big expensive job. And need less to say I have fix the hub barrings, front lower control arms, the exhaust x2, stabilizer bar, and the manifold. But my major problem now is my transmission the problem started last summer where after driving the car for about 20 to 30 min and then get into traffic the car starts to hesitate when pressing on the gas I took the car to the dealer w/ no help they told me I had to bring the car when it was happening and this problem doesn’t happen all the time. So finally I take it again and they tell me I need a new transmission. I have been doing research and found out that there was a extension on the warranty that I did not know about and was never told by Nissan. I call Nissan North America for help again and they refuse to help in any way even if you didn’t know about the extension they just do not care!! This is a very dangerous and scary problem esp when merging from highway to highway. I am extremely disappointed with Nissan they do not care about the safety of there customers they know of this problem and don’t do anything about it I guess several thousand people have to die before they really care. I vow to never buy another Nissan and will never recommend anyone to buy an Nissan!!!

  • Megan September 12, 2013

    My transmission is also bucking and jerking! I called consumer affairs only to be told its normal wear and tare! I will never buy another Nissan! Something has to be done about this problem! BC they aren’t acknowledging it at all! IM DISGUSTED BY THE WAY THEY ARE HANDLING THEIR CUSTOMERS!

  • Bee September 13, 2013

    I have an ’06 Maxima that began slipping, jerking and hesitating at 76K miles. Took it in, dealership said they weren’t aware of any issues with the tranny but recommended a flush/service. Their disclaimer, “it may resolve the issue, but there’s no guarantee.” As soon as I drop out of service bay area, it was to the same routine – slip, jerk, hesitate. Something needs to be done about this fraud. Please include me in this suit and contact me for any info or with updates.

  • Felecia Lewis September 13, 2013

    I have leased a 2006 Maxima and my6 Transmission went out on me while I was in traffic. Now it will cost me $1,600.00 to have it fixed or replaced. I feel if its a recallon these cars for that problem., the manufactures are responsible for replacement.

  • Barry Feinstein September 15, 2013

    My transmission has jerked slowing down (whole car hiccups). Dealership said nothing was wrong under warranty, just exchange fluid which was done. Problem now has it in the shop with no answers. It needs a new tranny. I bought this car because it wascacsealed transmission and was supposed to have no problems. I have heard and read thousands of posts on these faulty transmissions. Recalls should have gone out. I have a 2005 Nissan Altima SE with the 3.5 V6.

  • Fight Nissan September 18, 2013

    I just joined the class action suit against Nissan because I’m sick of this problem. Its scary and dangerous to drive my car. Did they not see what happened with Toyota? Are they waiting for someone to have an accident or loss of life? This is ridiculous. I refuse to give Nissan another dime to make bandaid repairs for something that should clearly be recalled. Join the suit and make them fix the root cause of our problem:

    http://www.chimicles.com/nissan-transmission-failure-altima-maxima-and-quest-vehicles

    If for some reason the link doesn’t work go to www. chimicles .com and click the “select cases” button/tab. As others have said, the case is now in the discovery stage of litigation. The more of us who join, the better our odds of getting to trial.

  • 2005NissanBadTranny September 18, 2013

    918/2013: there is an active lawsuit in the discovery stage. Go to http://www.chimicles.com/automobile-defects.com, then scroll down to ‘Relevant Cases’, and select the link ‘Nissan Transmission Failure’

  • Edgar M September 19, 2013

    I bought a 2004 maxima with 51k two years ago i currently have 75k on it my car has had 6 transmission replaced. im currently dealing with cindy from TN consumer affairs about my issue i owe 9k on my car i informed her they should pay off my car of give me one that is worth it, my car has left me stranded on the hwy numerous times. i will never buy another nissan again. i feel lik nissan is using me and my family as ginea pigs to find out the problems and putting me @ risk with my transmission stranding us on the hwy

  • Hope September 20, 2013

    #428 I have a 2005 Maxima that I purchased 2 years ago. When I purchased the vehicle it had 79k and currently I have 88k on it. I started experiencing problems 3 months ago with the bumping sounds. I took it to a mechanic which told me I need to change my front Mounts. Two months later I started g having slipping problems and the transmission was jerking. I took it to another mechanic which told me that I need another readmission which will cost me $2000 to replace it. st this time i am not driving the car because I don’t feel safe and I’m afraid i’ll make it worst. I feel that Nissan should have notified everyone about this situation especially since they knew this would cause a problem in which so many people would have this problem.

  • felix September 22, 2013

    I recently purchased a 2004 Nissan maxima 5speed. I am having trouble with shifting and sudden surges in acceleration. I am scared to drive my wife and children anywhere in this car. Please contact me so I can be added to this lawsuit. I will provide more info on my transmission problems when u contact me.

  • Jose September 23, 2013

    I have an 05 maxima with the same transmission problem everyone else is having. How can I get in the class action law suite? Any info is appreciated

  • Matthew September 23, 2013

    I recently bought a 2006 nissan maxima with only 56k miles on it and it shifts like crap. It takes like 20 seconds to shift from reverse to drive . I would like to be added to this because I feel that I shouldn’t have to pay anything for a car with this amount of miles

  • anthony Sanchez September 23, 2013

    I leased an 07 quest on December 28th 2006. And choose to purchase it after the lease was done. I have been the only owner and it now has 58842 miles and the transmission is slipping, knocking, and surging while driving. nissan has avoided my inquiries even after i brought it in and asked that the mechanic check the transmission. They told me it was the motor mounts. I replaced them and still had the same knocking and slipping. I am not happy with their service.

  • tim king September 25, 2013

    Add my 2006 Maxima shifting hard and slipping going to have it look at this week.

  • aaron martinez September 25, 2013

    nissan should make this a recall for all the costumes that are spending money in something tath is defective and nissn is responsable.

  • Gary V. Cofield September 25, 2013

    Me and Wife Rosalind Cofield bought a Nissan Maxima 2005 we have been having problems with this car since 08 or 09, when the car start to change gears it jerk really bad, and if you have the car on a inclimb and try to put in drive the car makes a loud noise when you put it drive.

  • Robert Stuart September 25, 2013

    I also have a story on #395. Anyways I took my van to a Nissan dealer per Nissan USA and they told me to get it checked and they will help me since they helped with my Maxima. Well guess what. I just got a call, after the dealer is charging me $253 to change the transmission fluid and of course it still does not work, and Nissan USA telss me, “Sorry Mr. Stuart we can not help you at this time.” No explanation why…can’t talk to anyone to find out why or nothing. My Case# is 12036361 and the lady handling my issue was Rikki Ford at ext.457277. (800-343-6913) $41K for a vehicle and this is the treatment they give you for an issue that seems to be a major problem that should have been recalled a long time ago. SOMEONE PLEASE HELP US ALL. When will this class action lawsuit take place and how can we all be a part of it? Please email me at rlstuart40@charter.net – Thanks

  • DuShon September 25, 2013

    I have an 2007 Nissan Altima. I had the catalyic converter put in last week which cost me $1,200 and now my transmission/TCM is gone bad. My car is in the shop now and will cost me over $3,200 to get repairs done. It would be nice if the dealer would reimburse me.

  • James September 26, 2013

    My wife and I have had a 2006 Maxima for 2 years and have had multiple transmission problems. My mechanic has repaired the throttle body and the transmission has been flushed, and it jumps when shifting gears and the car does not accelerate when pressing the gas pedal. Died while in traffic, (DANGEROUS) Would love to see Nissan stand behind there product.

  • RON HAWKINS September 26, 2013

    2004 nissan Maxima

  • michael methot September 29, 2013

    I own a 2005 nissan maxima for about a year and a half and the transmission needs to be replaced,it slips in 2nd and 3rd gear and should be recalled.

  • Saul Jimenez September 30, 2013

    Long time Nissan guy first car I bought was the Datson B-210 also had the 280zx – 95 maxima -2005 pathfinder and 2004 maxima with transmission problems- good bye Nissan hello Hyundai -please keep me up to date

  • Kia Hall September 30, 2013

    I have a 05 Nissan Maxima with transmission issues. I am interested in this lawsuite because I have been told be several mechanics that it is a common issue. Odd thing is I had a 89 Nissan Maxima with the same issue and went American after that nightmare. So I decided to give Nissan another chance and here I am again! SMH…. Dishonest Company!

  • Charlotte Williams September 30, 2013

    I am the owner of a 2006 Maxima. I replaced my catalytic converter 07/2013 and now I have to replace my transmission. I am experiencing the jerking, slamming and slipping problems as described in the other comments that I have read. I hope the lawsuit is successful!

  • Charlotte Williams September 30, 2013

    #443 Charlotte Williams

  • Justin Lott October 1, 2013

    I own a 2005 Nissan Quest. I recently replaced my catalytic converter. Our van does the jerking, slamming and slipping problems like the other comments. It has just over 100K on it and the timing chain has started making a ticking sound also. I’ve loved my 1991 sentra. It has 205K on it with almost no problems. I got the quest hoping for a similar experience. Boy have we been disappointed.

  • Wanda Shields October 1, 2013

    I own a 2006 Nissan maxima. The transmission stopped working properly and eventually gave out . I had to pay $5000 to replace my transmission. How so I get in on the class action lawsuit .

  • Kevin Walker October 3, 2013

    I have a 2006 Maxima. I am having the same transmission problem with jerking and slipping as described in this class action. Please include me in this class action against Nissan or advise how to be included.

  • Mary October 4, 2013

    We have a 2007 quest. We bought it two years ago and haven’t been able to drive it due to the transmission not shifting right which now has left the computer messed up. It was in the shop for six months and four transmissions put in. The mechanic doesn’t know how to fix it. Dealer said the transmission caused computer failure. We are so frustrated and need help or advice on what to do. We’ve invested so much money in this vehicle that wont work.

  • April Williams October 5, 2013

    I have a 2006 Nissan Altima and have been experiencing slipping, jerking hard even when stopped at a light almost causing me and my three kids to collide to another vehicle. It gotten so bad that my back end jerks so hard feel like I have been hit by a car and just if yesterday my car would go in reverse and make a loud jerking sound. Then when I put it in drive there is an delay then the jerk comes and then nothing after, would not drive what so ever . This is ridiculous and dangerous and have had almost three wrecks in one day due to this defect . If someone could please include me in the law suit known defect and putting my life and my three kids at risk.

  • Shawn Wiggins October 5, 2013

    I brought my 2005 maxima in 2011. It had over 100k on it already but it came with an extended warranty. Less than a year later, i started having slipping, jerking and rough acceleration problems. I had no idea that 05 maximas were notorious for having transmission problems. Even with the warranty i still ended up paying over $2,000. Had i known about the transmission issues i would have NEVER brought that car. It seems that Nissan was well aware of the transmission issues and chose not to address them. Shame on them. I hope that all the money that the have gotten from customers in need of transmission repairs gets paid back to the customer two fold.

  • STEPHANIE INGRAM October 7, 2013

    I have a 2006 Nissan Maxima where I purchased an extended warranty in March 2007 when it was bought. A little over 100K the car was jumping, jerking, didn’t want to take off in traffic after I stop, and almost causing me accidents. Went to Nissan Dealership and was informed I need to buy a new transmission which was going to cost me $4500 I was informed by them. The manager at Nissan suggested I could buy one of their new cars instead. Went to another company, Transmission Repair shop in Lewisville, TX and was informed I had issues with the transmission valve. They informed me this was the issue and that Nissan was aware of the problem. I went and Googled and read more about this and they were absolutely correct. Not once did Nissan made me aware of this. When I bought this Maxima it had almost 20K at the time I was told I wouldn’t have major problems with the engine, or transmission until I have turned it over at least 200K. They were such liars.

  • Marvin Caldwell October 7, 2013

    I’ve been waiting to hear anything about this law suit. I have a 2005 Maxima and of course, I had the same problem. It was very expensive to fix. I would like to be updated and possibly added to the lawsuit.

  • tonya October 8, 2013

    I have a 2004 Nissan maxima it jerks going in and out of gear and is getting worse every day. will never consider buying another Nissan product

  • Mike October 8, 2013

    I have 2004 with same problem. Bought from Nissan dealership. No mention of problems at time of sale. Please include me in this class action against Nissan or advise how to be included.

  • raiven October 9, 2013

    i have the same problem with my 2005 maxima

  • timothy harris October 9, 2013

    I have had the same problems with my 2005 nissan maxima once it got over 70,000 miles
    It jerks hard when going into gear and I’m afraid it’s on it’s way out completely. I’m still making payments on it and I don’t have the $2000 to have it repaired.The dealer refuses to work with me at all.I wish I had known about these problems beforehand. It’s wrong the way Nissan is handling this situation. I love Nissans in general but will never purchase another after this incident.

  • frankie hoffer October 10, 2013

    i am part owner of h&h auto have had 3 or 4 nissans that we had to buy new transmissions for and at least 2 of those went bad include us in suit thanks.

  • Ron purdy October 11, 2013

    05 pathfinder died today with 98200 miles. TCM in tranny. I’m not going to pay one red cent for nissans half a$$ed repairs either. It seems as though they try and break your wallet with a few b.s. Reasons (tires were the reason for my vibration supposedly) while you’re under warranty, and then they tell you what is really wrong. This is complete b.s.. Their motto should be “trying to shift ,so I can drive” , instead of “shift, drive”. Please add me to the list.

  • adan moreno October 12, 2013

    Same problem 06 max transmisiom

  • Oscar Perales October 13, 2013

    I have one maxima 2004 , its about 70k miles.. now is showing the same problems with the transmission. When the transmission try to change the shif it meke differents thinghs.. a hard and strong noise and impact… delay in change to new shift,.sometime crazy change.. go down or go up suddenly… also .. the control panel show an alert of bad shift function.

  • Jason Harris October 14, 2013

    I have owned over 4 nissans and have never experienced such B.S as with this 2005 maxima transmission replaced 6 months later started leaking 2months after that has to be replaced again W.T.F.

  • Jessica Baker October 14, 2013

    Have owned a 2004 Nissan Maxima for 2 yrs and the transmission had been going out and jerking for 6 mos! Has there been an official recall on this model??

  • michele funk October 14, 2013

    2006 Nissan maxims tranny shifts violently and sometimes wont shift out of 5th gear til car is turned off and than turned back on…..how do I add myself to this lawsuit? Thank you!

  • Eileen October 14, 2013

    2004 5 speed maxima. Same problems. After engine warms up car jerks when downshifting. Hesitates when accelerating. Include me in lawsuit. I have owned 4 other nissan a and never had a problem like this.

  • Jon McDaniels October 14, 2013

    I have owned my 2004 Nissan Maxima going on 3 years. I have had the same problems with the jerking transmission and just recently replaced the valve body. Driver side window and sunroof will not open. I love Nissan and have owned 3 Maximas prior to this and Ive never been as disappointed as I am now. Please include me in on any action taken to address this problem that has sadly decrease the reputation of what I thought was a good company.

  • sherrill fisher October 14, 2013

    I had to get a new transmission and also radiator, after taking my car in for months until it just stop running they kept saying they couldn’t find out the problem I have a stack of repair papers.I have a 2007 nissan quest . I bought it brand new in 2006 of august and the first month I had to take it in for problems and every since just about every month I had to take my car in for some problem. the computer dic had to be replace. I really believe I brought a lemon. I do have all my repair receipts to show.If you need to get in touch with me you can reach me at 818 3495945.I have also wrote to nissan complaints dept.My car kept jerking and they said they couldn’t find the jerking.They replace the transmission twice within two to three years apart. I have also had the motor mounts replace everything you can think of I had repaired.

  • Eric October 15, 2013

    Happen to me twice replace the transmission at 74,400. Brought the car at 55,000… Nissan said I had to pay half of 4500 because I was 2400 over warranty( told by dealership that the warranty was 75,000). Once replaced told transmission would last life of the car…. At 175k having same problem and have had it some time. Include me in any glass action lawsuit…

  • Jacqueline Powell October 15, 2013

    Cost me more than $1,600.00

  • Tomeckia October 16, 2013

    I have a 2005 maxima. I’ve replaced the transmission,cost $3000. Car had approx 120000 miles. Please send me info on how to get in on the lawsuit. Thanks.

  • Thomas October 16, 2013

    I bought my 2006 Nissan Maxima one year ago 10/2012 had 45k. Currently it has 60k but started experiencing the failed transmission problem at 50k. That is way too soon for a transmission to go out. I would like to be part of this lawsuit in order to make Nissan cover the expense. Please advise as I am in the process of getting the tranny replaced. But if Nissan could do it at their expense, that would be best.

  • Joshua Zander October 17, 2013

    I have a 2005 Nissan Altima 2.5S as well, and have had issues with the transmission. I had the issue diagnosed and found out I needed a new transmission. I was not able to afford a new transmission at the time and had to settle for a used one. I am once again having issues with this transmission that cost me close to $2,000.00 USED! It seems to stutter, jerk, and shift hard. I am not at all pleased that I am having issues again. Please include me in this class action law suite.

  • Chavis October 17, 2013

    Hi I’m Chavis, I purchased a 2005 nissan altima no more then a year and a half with 78, 000 miles for 7,000 now with JUST 89, 000 miles on it the transmission has been giving me HELL been hearing all over from different auto techs. That it’s this it’s that…no price under $2500 that I DO NOT have…asking for help please 24 years old this is my first car. I really liked it until I see all the problems it’s caused me.

  • Travis Hiltbrunner October 18, 2013

    2006 Nissan Altima

  • bruce October 20, 2013

    2005 Nissan Maxima Transmission slips and jerks Was quoted 5700.00 to repair. Come on guys–do the right thing!!!!!

  • Linda Ransom October 20, 2013

    I HAVE HAD TRANSMISSION AND BRAKE PROBLEMS EVER SINCE I HAVE HAD MY 2004 MAXIMA . IF I HAVE TO STOP SUDDENLY AND THEN TRY TO TAKE OFF I GET THE HARDEST JERK FROM THE TRANSMISSION . i WAS TOLD JUST TO GIVE UP AND GET A NEW CAR FROM THE NISSAN DEALER. THE ONLY THING IS I CAN’T AFFORD A CAR NOTE RIGHT NOW SO THERE YOU HAVE IT . NISSAN PLEASE DO THE RIGHT THING . YOUR REPUTATION IS SUPPOSE TO BE THAT YOU PRODUCE QUALITY CARS …YOU MISSED ON ON SOME OF YOUR CARS…TOYOTA DID THE RIGHT THING AND I AM SURE THEIR SALES ARE UP!!!!!!!!!!

  • Will Hall October 22, 2013

    I am having the same transmission issues with my 05 Maxima. Cars should not need a new transmission before 100,000 miles.

    How can I be included in this suit?

  • Jerome Hartman October 22, 2013

    I just experienced the same issue with my 2005 Quest where the transmission starting slipping and I sold the vehicle and let the buyer know that the transmission was bad but took a major lost for the sell of the van is there anything I can do to get some monies back for my headeachs with this van.

  • kevin blanton October 22, 2013

    I have a 2006 Maxima that we have spent over 4000 dollars on. Have had motor mounts replace, throttle body repaired, computer board replaced. Nothing helps. Nissan offered no help. Car only has 117k miles. Piece of junk. Please include me in lawsuit!!! I still owe 8k on car. I can’t afford to replace it or have it fixed. Ill end up in a wreck!!!

  • John Steel October 23, 2013

    Someone please tell me how to get in on this lawsuit or any other. I have a 05 Maxima and it is garbage. Timing chain and guide failed at 80k, cat converter failed at 85k, and now at 90k the cat is bad again as well as trans is starting to slip. Worst car I have ever owned!!!! Never again Nissan they will not stand behind their vehicles!

  • Wes Pressley October 24, 2013

    Same issue with our 05 quest. Slams when you put it in drive and slips sometimes when you go below 40mph.

  • Khaled October 25, 2013

    Same issue here as well. What has come from this lawsuit?

  • Tracy Pearson October 27, 2013

    Had to end up rebuilding my transmission because of all those problems. How can I be put in the lawsuit?

  • #482 Tracy Pearson October 27, 2013

    Had to end up rebuilding my transmission because of all those problems. How can I be put in the lawsuit?

  • Amin Hazam October 28, 2013

    I have the same problem said with my 2006 nissan quest so what have you done about this law suit and what’s the update any news on it anything ? What did the nissan company say ?

  • Rodney Johnson October 28, 2013

    I have a 2006 Altima and I’m having transmissions problems as described by other consumers. When can I/we expect Nissan to do something about this problem?

  • Pearl Richardson October 28, 2013

    I have a 2004 Maxima I had to repleace my transmission because, of the problems

  • Christine Okeefe October 28, 2013

    My quest needs a new transmission I had to already put a engine in it only has 78,000 miles I hate this car so much. How much more money do I need to put to a piece of garbage.

  • Jonathan Meilleur October 28, 2013

    I bought a used 2004 Nissan Maxima from a Nissan dealership 2 1/2 years ago. I have only put on 49,000 miles and have had to replace the transmission twice. It is once again going with the same problem as the other 2 transmissions. I can not afford to keep replacing transmissions.

  • Steve Farmer October 29, 2013

    We own a 2005 Nissan Maxima and we are experiencing the same kind of problems as mentioned earlier in this email. I would like to know what Nissan will do to make this right?

  • Ahmad October 29, 2013

    i have a maxima 2006
    hard shift on transmission
    so id there a recall on them ?

  • Bobby Carrell October 30, 2013

    I have a 2005 Maxima. Transmission is jerky and slips. Is Nissan going to man up and take care of the thousands of people that bought the cars? Last one I will every buy.

  • David Golembiowski October 31, 2013

    We own a 2007 Nissan Quest. I have around 90,000 miles on this vehicle. The transmission started to give me problems. It downshifts very hard and it jerks so much. Accelerates very hard and feels like it’s constantly slipping. My mechanic plugged into the car’s computer and it was showing nothing wrong. I replaced the mounts and sensor but that did nothing to stop the problem. I want Nissan to correct the problem and I want in on this lawsuit!

  • peter mccann October 31, 2013

    i have a 2005 maxima transmission just went.less than 100,000 miles,very pissed off!how do i get included in lawsuit?

  • Aaron Butler November 1, 2013

    Yup went in to Nissan dealership yesterday $4000 price tag. Kinda feel like I went into the doctors office he coughed in my face then offered to sell me the antibiotics. I WANT IN.

  • Marisol November 1, 2013

    Some one please let me know how to get in to this lawsuit. I have a 2005 quest that Will not shift up and will not reverse.someone please help.

  • Deric Wong November 1, 2013

    I have Nissan 2004 Quest with 85,000 miles. When I pressed gas to intend to pick up the speed either in the stop sign or in the highway specially in the uphill of the highway. The transmition slipped and cause the gear and the RPM up and down and fail to keep the speed porperly. I complained to Nissan Consumer affair and brought my van to dealer for verify the problem. The serivce of dealer even said that the car have no problem and they were unable to take time to test the problem and charge me $180 for diagnosis. I want in on this lawsuit!!

  • Rogelio Cortez November 1, 2013

    I own a 2004 Nissan Maxima SL ive had a transmission im about to replace with the little money im coming up with selling some stuff i own. I hope this will benefit me since it has been really hard to try and come up with almost $2,700 which im not even close, not including labor costs.

  • Melisa Arredondo November 4, 2013

    I bought my 2006 Nissan Maxima two years ago “AS-IS” and immediately began jerking and now im being told its my transmission and it will cost over $3,000 to fix it. Its been sitting in my drive way for three months undrivable and I still $8,000. This is not fair NISSAN. You should fix these defective transmissions. How can I get in on the lawsuit?

  • forrest abercrombie November 5, 2013

    2005 Nissan altima 3.5 110000 miles transmission jerks hard when shifting out of drive while driving it will get stuck in 5th gear still owe 2,600 on it

  • Douglas C. November 5, 2013

    I own a 2005 Nissan Altima and I have always had a transmission problem early on. I’ve learned to let up on the gas so the transmission can shift from 1st to 2nd without slamming so hard into gear that my head ends up in the back seat. Since I’m looking at a gazillion comments, I guess I’m safe in saying that I’m not alone with this issue. I like Nissan but even I will shy away from getting another one. Shame on you Nissan for not standing by your product.

  • david rivera November 5, 2013

    I started having problems at 50,000miles. I got the transmission rebuilt and now at 66,000miles I have the same problem.
    I was told that this will continue to happen with this transmission. count me in please.
    ps. the car is sitting until there is a decision made.

  • Tommy Smith November 6, 2013

    I purhcased my 2004 Nissan Maxima at 36,000 miles. Around 60,000 miles I started having problems with the transmission while shifting gears, my car would jerk really bad and I have had many other issues abecause of this. We payed almost $4k to have the transmission fixed and we still continue to have the same problem if not worse. Our car will be payed off in 02/2014 but I feel I will have to get another vehicle because the problem is getting worse . Please help us.This is so unfair and I was always told that Nissans were great cars but I dont think I will ever buy another Nissan considering all the problems Ive had with this one.

  • Kerry Claiborne November 7, 2013

    I have a 2006 Nissan Maxima and was told I need a new transmission and catalytic converter.

  • elmer diaz November 7, 2013

    I have a 2005 Maxima SL which has been giving me transmission problems for a while. Nissan wants to charge $3000 to replace the transmission. Why do we have to pay for their pitfalls?

  • katrina johnson November 8, 2013

    How do I go about filing?

  • John Alix November 8, 2013

    was going to buy another Nissan until I started having Trany problems as described by others, finding this site

  • Chris England November 8, 2013

    I have a 2005 Nissan Maxima. Just found out transmission is going out and it is going to cost me 3500 to fix it. So, it is not worth it. Going to get rid of the car. Thanks Nissan!

  • Tigist November 8, 2013

    I have a 2006 Nissan Quest & it took it to service to the dealer to service transmission. When I pick it up from service nothing is mentioned about having any problem with the transmission. After about a couple of miles from the dealer the car started jerking and accelerating and really slowing down at the middle of the road & intersections. Really dangerous! I made it home about 10 miles with emergency light on and called the dealer. They recommended not to drive my Nissan and they sent a tow truck the next morning. After diagnosis they called & informed us that the transmission is out. Unusual at 65k and right after transmission service.They told us to call Nissan motors. We called and explained the situation to Nissan motors only to get a response from them we have to get it replaced and pay for it. The dealer claims that it is not their fault. Still at the dealer.

  • Orville Austin November 10, 2013

    I own a 2004 Nissan Quest. I had to change a transmission at about 68,000 miles. Slippage and load noise while driving. Kings Nissan of Brooklyn say its past warranty. I paid for it out of my pocket.
    Now the car is at 107,000 miles and the same problem is happening.

  • Carla Williams November 10, 2013

    I puchased a 2006 NIssan Maxima on 3/4/2007, and now with only 89,980 miles I need a transmisstion. I am not a happy person right now.

  • michelle davis November 11, 2013

    I have a 2005 Nissan Maxima – went in to our local dealership june 2013 and paid 2900.00 for maintance. Then in Oct 2013 went back in for same reason car was acting up in june 2013 and paid 499.00 at this visit I was told I need a new transmission and it would cost me $3300.00 to replace. I need in with this lawsuit. Please Advise.

  • Suresh S November 11, 2013

    NISSAN Quest 2007 model with 77K miles has defective transmission. My vehicle was always plagued with mechanical and electrical problems. I am pretty pissed of and I don’t want to buy anymore nissan

  • jeff November 12, 2013

    Wow glad to see everyone is moving forward with this class action suit. Everyone has spoke my issue the 2004-06 nissan transmission!!! please just count me in, Nissan has made billions of dollars they can afford to pay, and recall these faulty transmissions before somebody gets hurt,or fatality! thats the most they can do b

  • 513 jeff November 12, 2013

    I’m very angry with nissan

  • afet redzepi November 12, 2013

    Same shifting and slipping for my 05 Maxima…What a joke…..Billion dollar company not caring for its customers…They make me sick…..

  • Kimberley Addison November 13, 2013

    I have a 2006 Altima that the transmission has been jerking and slipping since 95k

  • Kashif Khurram November 13, 2013

    I own a 2005 queat Se Model and going through this transmission, timing chain rattling and Tire pressure monitor false reporting problems and which are seems to be common manufacturer issues with this car and these are costing arround $7000.00 to fix. I can not believe that so many people reporting these especially the transmission issues ( jerking and slipping and finally dead) and Nissan is not doing anythong about it.
    These are very very expensive repairs and I hope all these people get justice.

  • Kenroy A November 13, 2013

    I have a 2006 Nissan maxima SE and I am having transmission issues right now that is very bad. I am am contemplating buying a new transmission until I came across this lawsuit and realize that is have and has been an on going problem. How can I participate in this lawsuit?…

  • Martha Henry November 13, 2013

    This is the second Nissan I have owned. I have a 2006 Maxima. I will never purchase another Nissan in this lifetime. I began to notice things a few years ago, but it got progressively worse last December. The delayed shifts, the acceleration surging, the RPM hand fluttering, valves sticking, stalling at traffic signals, you name it, it has happened. This is very dangerous and could ultimately result in serious injury or even death if I am involved in an accident. I have been told this week that I will have to pay at least $2500 to replace transmission. I want to know if Nissan has a heart of gold or a heart of thorns.

  • C.Peterson November 14, 2013

    2006 nissan maxima SE owner for 5 years. Need a new transmission and still making payments. Shame on you Nissan. You have lost another customer!

  • Colleen Moriarty November 15, 2013

    I purchased my Nissan Maxima 2005 brand new from a Nissan Dealership. It has had transmission issues off and on since I have had it. It bucks when down shifting or in low gears. Sometimes, I get an loud audible “clunk” noise that sounds like something broke. I have had it to the dealership many times, and they always tell me the same thing, that nothing is wrong with it. It was under warranty when I brought it to their attention on several occasions. It should have been replaced. I am still experiencing this issue, and praying it won’t go on me, because I can’t afford a new one!

  • Kristi Reed November 16, 2013

    I have a 2006 Maxima with 78,000 miles. About 2 months ago the automatic transmission started jerking when shifting from gear 1 to gear 2. Also jerking from reverse into drive. After stopping, the transmission does not engage and the rpms sky rocket until the gear engages. I have had the transmission serviced but the problem still continues. My mechanic found the information about the class action suit. I also found a suggested “fix” on http://www.edmunds.com/nissan/maxima/2006/consumer-reviews.html. I’m going to run it by my mechanic but if this isn’t a true “fix”, then NISSAN needs to step up immediately!

  • Shaul Cohen November 16, 2013

    Just replaced 2005 Maxima transmission for $3,800, and Nissan refuses to acknowledge this issue as poor worksmanship. When will this be settled, so we can get the money we deserve back?

  • Jorge November 18, 2013

    Is there a phone number I can call the lawyer at to put my name in? It seems like in having all of the same problems as everyone else on here with my 2007 quest…

  • melisha November 18, 2013

    I have a 2006 nissan Quest. ..I need a transmission also…ugh so upseting! How do I do the lawsuit?

  • Bryan Walsh November 18, 2013

    I have a 2006 Maxima and has been slipping from 3rd to 4th gear for the past few weeks. Took it in to get checked out by a tranny specialist and it’s gonna cost me around 3K to get it fixed. It would be nice if this can be taken care of for me by this lawsuit.

  • Jeremiah Griffith November 19, 2013

    I am currently in the same situation as many of these people posting here. My transmission is shot. It started with hard shifting and then elevated to engine revving until the transmission engages up to the point whereas the vehicle won’t shift.

  • Donnie Langston November 19, 2013

    I recently purchased a 2005 maxima. It drove fine during the test drive (obviously) but the next day i backed out of my garage and shifted to first and upon doing so the car jerked so hard i thought my motor mounts would break. This happens rather frequently. It also jerks when shifting from first to second if I accelerate quickly. Love the car, hate the transmission. Something should be done about this.

  • dunor joly November 20, 2013

    This problem is all over I’m experiencing the same as everyone transmission.spent almost $8000 trying to get it done first nissan took 3500 for some work then months after the same problem again the car almost got me kill my wheel stay hard can’t turn left or right my brake hard just have to let it go. The car jerks off when I put it on reverse and drive. Very slow to take off making lot noise. A birthday gift from me to me that turns out to the worse gift ever. We need help with this. Nissan most do something about that

  • Kurt November 20, 2013

    I am about to purchase a 2004 Nissan Maxima and after reading these post I am thinking of not going through with the purchase.

  • Jesse Espinosa November 20, 2013

    I have a 2004 Maxima SE and I am on my 3rd transmission. The power steering went out. replacing the timing chain, and both power windows in the front. I hate this car but I am stuck because I was upside down and I dont want to start over with a new loan.

  • Patrick November 21, 2013

    I have started a thread on this issue with fixes to get you on the road safely. I know this doesn’t “Fix” the overall issue with Nissan being negligent, however it does fix your vehicle. Please visit and post any question on the org. To find it just google RE5F22A transmission fix. Good luck and hopefully we win this thing.

  • gregory hackler November 21, 2013

    trans is out

  • gregory hackler November 21, 2013

    gregoy hackler 2005 quest van trans jerk skiped sliped and then quit pulling use to like nissain but will never by another again in life i paid 30000 for it new only have 80,000 miles got a 1999 chevy truck 270,000 miles still going!!!!!!!

  • Janice November 21, 2013

    Just found my transmission needs to be rebuilt @ 119, 000 miles… $3000! Ouch!! Clunks & jerks everytime between 2nd & 3rd.

  • Donald Blanken November 26, 2013

    My Nissan Maxima had hard shifted a couple of times when I first bought it. But after 80,000 miles it has gotten a lot worse. slips at low speeds 1-2 gear shifting is horrible and dangerous when making turns!!!!!!!!

  • Donald November 27, 2013

    I’ve always loved the Maxima and bought a 2005, expecting good things from it. At only 98,000 the transmission quit, something I never expected on a high end sedan like this one. As a Professor I need reliable transportation so first and foremost I always search my cars by reputation. Now I’m sad to say my view of the Maxima has been tarnished and I see that it is not just me. Many people have had this problem – my dealer isn’t interested in pursuing a good will warranty or on based on what is currently known about the transmission in these cars. So, I’m out a lot of money and have no recourse other than this class action suit, it would seem.

  • Nakia November 27, 2013

    Please add me to this. I purchased a brand new 2005 Maxima. Transmission started messing up at 65,000 miles. I spent $1000 to replace the valve body. I then spent another $300 getting the mounts replaced. This didnt fix it. I then spent $2500 to have the transmission rebuilt. It still is not correct. It is better but stalls a little moving from 2nd to 1st gear. Please add me to this lawsuit.

  • Kaleem gibbs November 27, 2013

    I want to know if my car has a recall on it … i also just had tranmission problems on my 2006
    nissan maxima smh i want my money back add me in the lawsuit

  • Edward Kim December 1, 2013

    add me. my wifes car is costing me a small fortune! 2005 nissan maxima se.

  • Krysta Holland December 2, 2013

    Add me. Have owned my 2004 Nissan Maxima for about 3 years and my transmission is definitely jerking and giving me some problems.

  • Raj Mummareddi December 2, 2013

    Please add me to the list.
    Having transmission issues with 2006 Nissan Maxima SE and 2004 Nissan Quest 3.5 S.

    Regards

  • Ana Ruiz December 2, 2013

    I have a 2006 Nissan maxima and I am having the same problems and now my car is just sitting in the drive way.

  • Eduardo cedeno December 2, 2013

    I have a 2004 nissan quest and my check engine light came on with code o744 torque valve had it replace after a week same code came back on part was 429.00 plus labor now I am being told that the transmission needs to be replaced 3000 plus. The symptoms are if you don’t let vehicle warm up and try to accelerate it has no power you shut the car down allow it to warm up it grabs the gears and drive fine until you reach a hill and try to accelerate the vehicle starts to slip you must release the gas to allow it to catch the gear.

  • Richard December 2, 2013

    2006 Nissan Quest. Transmission issues similar to others.

  • Merci Shaw December 3, 2013

    I was just told I need a whole new transmission and my 2006 Nissan Altima has just rolled the 100K mark!

  • Charlie December 4, 2013

    Add me i purchase a used 2007 nissan quest after putting 5k miled in 5 months my transmission dropped all gears while driving on highway.

  • Alicia Whittington December 4, 2013

    I understand the lawsuit caused Nissan ot extend the warrenty to 100,000 mile. But I would suspect there are many of us who are just now experienceing the same issue with the radiator leaking into the transmission causing failure of the transmission who may be beyound the 100,000 miles. I purchased my 2005 Pathfinder brand new from the dealership and I am one of those and was told it would cost me over 7000.00 to repair. Needless to say, I will not repair and will never own a Nissan again. But I have to say, this is not the only issue I have had where I had to repair and pay for a know recall issue that occured just beyound the extended warrenty. (issue with the fuel gauge that was extended to cover 75,000 miles and mine went at 90,000 for example. It has happened with every recall issue Nissan has had with the 2005 Pathfinder and always just beyound the point of the extended warrenty. so if you sue again, please add me

  • Kevin Valenzuela December 4, 2013

    Please add me. Transmission on 2006 maxima just broke down now I’m stuck on the side of the road hours away from home.

  • Jessica Hernandez December 4, 2013

    I am experienceing the same issue with my 2004 nissan maxima. My transmission is jerking when shifting gears.

  • ivan December 5, 2013

    I hate Nissan so much now.

  • Kathryn Maldonado December 6, 2013

    I own a 2005 Nissan Maxima and the transmission is slipping and actually jumping into gear when I am accelerating and slowing down.

  • Doug Raker December 17, 2013

    I want in…I have a 2004 Maxima with 120,000 and the transmission is slipping and slamming into gear.

  • TROB December 17, 2013

    I have a 2005 Maxima it started jerking, I took it to Nissan dealer they told me I needed a tune up and a transmission mount. I paid $900 for that, one week later same issue, took it back and they told me I need a new transmission, $900 down the drain. On line looking for a new transmission and ran across this page. I want in too.

  • shantel December 17, 2013

    Exactly what everyone is going through with their car is the same problem I am dealing with. I own a 2005 nissan altima 3.5 SL v6. Add me to the list too.

  • WOT December 20, 2013

    jave a 2004 Maxima , Have not had to replace yet with 125000, but fill it is comeing, shifting problems for the last 25000 miles.

  • TSJ December 20, 2013

    I have 2004 Maxima that had the same problems, cost me $3K to rebuild. Still runs like crap. I will never buy another Nissan.

    Add me to the list.

  • Paul Wimbley December 21, 2013

    How can i get on the list? I have a 2006 with 111,000 miles on it and the transmission is jerking especially when it warms up and only get worst as you drive it.

  • Peter R-ich December 23, 2013

    I have a 2004 Nissan Maxima SE with 95000 miles and it has the same issues, transmission bang, late shift from P to Drive and from P to Reverse. How can i get in on the lawsuit?

  • HDS December 23, 2013

    How do you get added to the list. I have a 2004 Nissan Quest that is having trouble. It is making a rattling sound and jerking when trying to shift gears when driving down the road.

  • Saul December 28, 2013

    I have a 2005 Nissan maxima I bought last year in February 2012 with 90,000 miles and started having problems since 2weeks ago. Now they tell me my transmission has to be replace . I didn’t know about the problems it had if not I wouldn’t have bought it but I want in this lawsuit . Love my nissan but they need to fix it.

  • YH December 30, 2013

    How do you get added to the list. I have a 2005 Nissan Quest with the same problems, I went to have it check out I was told it will cost me $2500. to $3200 to have it rebuilt.

  • Bruce December 30, 2013

    Add me as well.

  • Adrian January 10, 2014

    2005 Max SE just hit 110k miles and started experiencing the jolting. Mechanic just told me today to go online and see for myself how many others are having the same problems. He recommended replacing the valve body to save about half the price…no guarantee it will be the solution. After my girlfriend was nearly in a wreck 2 days ago because the car would not stop for her at a red light, I have no choice but to do whatever is necessary. But I’m absolutely overwhelmed at the response this has gotten for so many years! Get it together, Nissan. This is beyond ridiculous. Please, add me to the list.

  • jc January 22, 2014

    I have 2004 nissan quest mini van and i bought it in 2004. It has 140000 miles on it and the warranty expired a while back. Ca i still be in this class action lawsuit?

  • Purenrg January 22, 2014

    My 2004 Altima SE V6 has the same tranny problems!! When the car is first started and put into DRIVE nothing happens; I have to down shift to 1st; then shift to 2nd; then shift to DRIVE and hope the tranny doesn’t kick it out of drive. There is also a hard shift from 1st to 2nd, but there is a tech bulletin on that problem where a loose ground wire is the cause – the wire is up inside the tranny access plate. The tranny plate cannot be taken off until the entire front frame is removed and engine supported — what a stupid engineering design. I also experience all kinds of jerky shifting after driving on the highway and then slowing down in the city. This car’s tranny has been the worse that I have ever driven. Never again will I purchase a Nissan!!! >:|

  • mb January 23, 2014

    2007 nissan quest tranny starting to slip when going from 2nd to 3rd gear revs then catches..terrible when in traffic then slams into gear..havent checked into repair prices but from what im seeing here? smh…

  • Thomas Arnold February 4, 2014

    I have a 2005 Maxima started jumping when I put in in gear, had transmission problems. How do i get added to the class action suit?

    • C EL February 4, 2014

      2005 MAXIMA NASSAN HOW DO I GET ADDED TO THE CLASS ACTION LAW SUITE

  • Diane February 12, 2014

    I have a 2007 Altima that recently had major transmission issues that can not be fixed and Nissan does not know how to fix it. Put in 4 transmissions and same issue happens. I would love to added to the suit against them.

  • Saul Jimenez February 24, 2014

    If Nissan won’t recall these faulty transmission as cunsumers are only voice is not to buy Nissan products and tell every one and their mothers about this company that won’t stand behind it product – I have owned 6 Nissans back to my first one a 1976 280z never again!! Time to but a Hyundai or Kia I here nothing but good things about these brands

  • Stacy Stratton March 13, 2014

    I have been having the same problems as everyone else. I can’t believe they have not had a recall, what does it take for a recall? ThiWon’t be buying Nissan again if this is how they operate

  • Richard Klingenbeck March 15, 2014

    Just paid over $3000 for a complete transmission overhaul on a 2006 Maxima originally purchased 7-18-2006. Nissan says it is no longer under warranty. Had 57,000 miles on it. Just discovered this website and hope to recover some funds

  • Pierre Zoghbi March 18, 2014

    Hi all,
    I bought a Nissan Quest 2005 and shipped it to Lebanon, I’m having transmission problems in slipping and banging when shifting (specially when car has been driven for a while, hot) and I would appreciate some help if someone would tell me what parts I could order to fix my problem. Do I need a complete Gear change or some say the valve body would work, please advise
    Thank you all
    Pierre

  • Melissa Parsons March 18, 2014

    I have a 2005 Nissan Quest. I have already had repairs to my transmission that did not fix the problem. I am looking at another $3500 to have a brand new transmission put into my van. Please advise if this class action case is still open and if my van qualifies me to be part of the complaint.
    Thank you!

  • Greg March 22, 2014

    2004 Nissan Maxima SL. 98k miles and the transmission is slipping and shifting very hard. I cannot believe there has not been a recall for these transmissions. Pls add me to any class action case. I’ll try to call the firm.

  • zamir hussain March 23, 2014

    I have the same problem with my 2006 Nissan maxima. I bought it with 45000. The car started recently jerking really bad while shifting gears, especially when I shift from a reverse to forward gear. The car’s transmission slips really bad in the lower gears and takes forever to get up to 40 mhp. Why don’t the car manufacturer accept the fault and try to rectify the issue by recalling the defective models. It only seems the right thing to do. I am never buying a Nissan again. Hate to put myself and the family in danger every time I get behind the wheels.

  • zamir hussain March 23, 2014

    2006 Nissan maxima with slipping and jerking transmission. Please add me to the list of lawsuit. I have already filed my complaint on the lawyer website. Is there anything I need to do additionally?

  • Jeff Perkins March 28, 2014

    My wife and I bought a 2006 Nissan maxima. Just like the hundreds of people our transmission is slipping, jerks in reverse and stuck in second gear. Please add me to this law suit. We have a five year old son. We like others value life on earth and do not feel safe in our car. I will be so upset when we do decide to fix the Nissan and same problems occur.

  • hugh March 31, 2014

    Same problem as everyone else I can’t believe that Nissan is allowing this to happen. Sign me up for this law suit!!

  • TERESA TANOVICH April 3, 2014

    2004 NISSAN TRANSMISSION WENT OUT 86000 MILES, HAD TO HAVE TRANSMISSION REPLACED. 40K MILES LATER 2ND TRANSMISSION FAILING. PLEASE HELP! I WANT TO BE INCLUDED IN CLASS ACTION LAW SUIT.

  • Toyin Akinpeloye April 4, 2014

    I have a 2007 Nissan quest that I bought used about a year ago, ever since I bought this van it has been one issue to another. Now the van has a transmission problem that need to be replaced. Can someone advice how to be part of the class action law suit please.

  • Toyin Akinpeloye April 4, 2014

    I have a 2007 Nissan quest that I bought used about a year ago, ever since I bought this van it has been one issue after the other, now the transmission is having problem changing from first gear to second. Can some one please advice on how to be a part of this lawsuit.

  • Terron Reynolds April 7, 2014

    I bought a 2006 Nissan maxima last year and now I’m having the same issues with my transmission. Can someone please advise me on how I can become part of this lawsuit

  • Ronald Bigler April 7, 2014

    Would not have purchased 2004 Nissan Maxima if transmission issues would have been acknowledged by Nissan . Cost me $3,300.00 for transmission repairs…Car would have been worthless w/bad transmission. Even with repairs car is devalued because of now known defective transmission. Shame on Nissan. No doubt my last Nissan purchase.

  • Ruffino Jang April 12, 2014

    I bought a 2005 Nissan maxima and now I’m having the same issues with my transmission. Can someone please advise me on how I can become part of this lawsuit

  • Mike Willingham April 13, 2014

    I have owned my 2005 Nissan Maxima since 2006. The car has always shifted crazy at times. Bangs up and down while shifting. Now is to the point that it will stop moving. I have had it with Nissans.
    I would love to be part of the aforementioned lawsuit. Thanks.

  • Kevin Stanton April 25, 2014

    i have an 05′ Maxima and I am also having issues with the transmission. I too would like to be part of the aforementioned lawsuit.

  • jenny April 26, 2014

    I also have a 2004 Nissan Maxima with the same problems.

  • Rishi April 27, 2014

    I have a 2006 nissan maxima, purchased in 2009. I hardly drive, approximately 6000 or less miles a year. I have 62K miles on my car and took it to dealer today for a oil change. I was told that my transmission is making noise and they have recommended to change timing chain, which costs me about $4500. I took this car to another mechanic and told me about heating problems caused by transmission contributing to this. I hardly drive the car and get my services and oil change at dealer regularly. It’s defintly a problem with the engine. I am going to join the law suite. Hope they make justice on this….and definetly I am not going to buy Nissan next time.

  • HKing May 1, 2014

    How can I join the class action…had the same problem

  • James Tuccillo May 2, 2014

    Unbelievable!! I’ve been having buckling issues for sometime and thought it was a battery connection issue. Then driving on the highway all of a sudden it started buckling violently, lost power, then came back, then kept buckling again. I can’t get the car out of 5th gear now. This is a serious problem especially on a highway. For Nissan to deny any responsibility with this is an insult to every consumer. I will never buy a Nissan again and I will be sure to inform all of horrible customer service.

  • Nikky May 7, 2014

    We have a 04 Nissan maxima and are having the same problems tranny went out today I’d like to be added

  • Carmen May 9, 2014

    I have an 05 Nissan Quest and have had it for a year they are saying sorry call consumer affairs add me on

  • Joey May 16, 2014

    I have 2004 Nissan Maxima 3.5 SE, I have the same problem . Im staying in Saipan

  • Casey Houston May 19, 2014

    I have a 2007 Nissan quest that we just bought about 4mts ago with 80000 miles that has started this same problem I also need to be added to this law suit please contact me

  • Tracy May 19, 2014

    I purchased my 2005 Nissan Maxima brand new & have had many problems with it over the past couple of years. The most frustrating issue has been my transmission. My transmission failed suddenly 2 years ago. I was told that there was no other fixes but replace the transmission. After doing research, I determined that there had not been a recall – then reluctantly I forked over almost $4000 to have the dealer replace it. Now!! I am beginning to see the same issue again; I refuse to buy another transmission. Nissan needs to take ownership and submit a recall because this is ridiculous.

  • Bradley May 22, 2014

    Hi, my name is Bradley. I have 2004 Nissan Maxima SL with 5 speed AT with 130k miles
    I have same issue, rough shifting and jerking. If this becomes a recall would be great because I know that thousands and thousands of people are having the same issues and we all need to be addressed. This is a danger for everyone on the road and working class citizens don’t deserve to have a car that has dangerous defects that refuse to be corrected. I really hope Nissan can work with us and gain back the dignity they will lose if they continue to let their valued customers down.

  • .Parves Akhtar June 1, 2014

    I have an 2005 Maxima SE and I am also having issues with the transmission. I too would like to be part of the aforementioned lawsuit.

  • Brenda Carmichael June 10, 2014

    I too have a 2006 Nissan Maxima SL that has been having the same problems, as everyone else, since last summer. I was just told by Amoco Transmissions that it is going to cost $3,000.00 to repair my vehicle. I would also like to be added to the class action law suite. If I knew this was going on I would not have purchased the car.

  • AWafer June 11, 2014

    I am having the same issues with my car transmission 2006 Nissan Maxima for about a year, cant afford to get it fixed….(so sad)

  • Boon June 11, 2014

    I have a 2007 Nissan Quest . The transmission Slipping yesterday. I would like to be part of the aforementioned lawsuit.

  • Holly June 13, 2014

    I have a 2006 Nissan Maxima that I just replaced the trans on (had rebuilt-new clutches and converter) and went to get it today and its shifting hard and rpms elevate when no gas pedal is being pressed. I would like to be added to this lawsuit also

    Holly Hewko
    hewkoh@empireco.com

  • paul tejeda June 16, 2014

    I just bought a 2005 nissan maxima 4 days ago and i unfortunately inherited the same problems. If there is a class action lawsuit, I like to be included and hopefully nissan can take responsability.

  • taylor June 26, 2014

    Same problems in my 2006 nissan alitima! How do I get added to the lawsuit

  • Jeremy Ashley June 28, 2014

    I have a 2010 Nissan Maxima SV — my CVT transmission was diagnosed with catastrophic transmission failure. I bought the car brand new and all maintenance has been done. The problem stated with a faulty step up motor or valve body solenoid pack code 1778. The first time check engine light appeared was at 45k miles and then 66k, 95k, and then at 124k miles. I called Nissan Consumer affairs 4 times over the past 2 years complaining to no avail. I was told no issue existed. The nissan dealer told me there was no Engine Code to diagnose because the code 1778 eventually clears itself. Nissan consumer affairs has my calls on record over the past 2 years. AT 124k miles I got the diagnosis and caught the code while still on the computer code 1778. This was stated as catastrophic CVT Transmission failure. Nissan consumer affairs refused to help like the issue never existed. The issue is still persistant on my vehicle and only occurs at high speeds (75 mph highway) under a load or going up hills. I get a loud wine, loss of power, check engine light, the Nissan can’t even keep up woth traffic at tthis speed. Please add me to the law suit.

  • Lee July 8, 2014

    I have a 2004 nissan quest same thing transmission slipping. Have it checked will run me $4,000 to have fixed. put me on the class act.

  • Carla July 14, 2014

    I have a 2006 Nissan Maxima and have been having the same problems and am told that I need a transmission. I would like to be added to the class action lawsuit.

  • Barbara J Brown July 19, 2014

    I am have the same problem with my transmission on my 2007 Nissan Quest. All of a sudden when I stop to a traffic light or stop sign it makes a noise then struggle to get into gear. My neighbor (same year, same van), just paid over $5,000.00 for his transmission. According to these posts, Nissan has been having this problem for several years, WHY the public has not been made aware, and WHY are they haven’t done any recall or reimbursements of our monies ? I want to join in this class action suit. Please let me know how to join.

  • Rodney Jacques July 22, 2014

    I have a 2006 Nissan (Maxima SE) and the transmission was suppose to have been replaced, after at about 72000 mile the transmission just gave out, it was under warranty only I think the transmission was just repaired because the transmission has the same fill to it make a noise and the transmission is not shifting just made it home and car had trouble starting. How can we get involved in the class action suit.

  • Perez LaDuna July 31, 2014

    I have a 2005 Maxima and am having the same issues. Delayed shifting, Hard shifting and at times lose all power. What do I need to do to be added this lawsuit?

  • Alex Rivera August 4, 2014

    I have a 2004 Quest at the shop with a $2500.00 Transmission rebuilt tag on it.
    How can I get added to the Class action lawsuit?

  • Carlos Alves August 8, 2014

    I have the same problem . My Maxima started doing jerking movements and accelerating all of a sudden and it’s scares my wife and my child. And it only has 57000 ml on it! I will never again buy Nissan!

  • Michelle Hayes August 9, 2014

    I have a 2006 Nissan Maxima with the same problems. How do I get in on the class action lawsuit?

  • Deloris Burns August 13, 2014

    I have a 2005 Nissan Maxima and it does the same thing. It jerks and knocks hard while shifting. How can I get added to this lawsuit?

  • Miss T August 14, 2014

    http://www.law360.com/articles/356404/nissan-escapes-suit-over-alleged-transmission-defects

    The Class Action was dropped by the initiating party. There is no longer a class action for this, though there surely should be.

    Owner: 2006 Maxima with the same transmission problems, 110k miles plus.

    • vic November 5, 2014

      So basically, everybody is screwed!! The dealer told me it was my camshaft sensors. I changed both sensors and the problem is still there. Did you rebuild your trans yet?

  • Gus August 15, 2014

    I have a 2007 nissan quest same problem with transmission slipping. Have it checked will take me about $4,000 to have fixed. I already spend $2000.00 after 2 years with a brand new car had to change my wheels and tires because the run flat and no one can fixed, sure the sales rep never told me about, Now to fix the transmission I can’t afford to fixed or buy another car, I purchase extended warranty, but sure after the warranty expired everything start breaking, Nissan is treat consumers like they build there cars.

  • christy August 16, 2014

    has this class action suit been closed. I haven’t been able to find any additional information on it. I have a 2004 Nissan Quest with the same issues. Repairs are going to cost me over $2500. If it is still open, how can I become involved?

  • Darryl M.Dixon August 25, 2014

    Same problems,I want to added to the list as well.

  • Top Class Actions August 29, 2014

    UPDATE: This case was voluntarily dismissed by the plaintiff on June 29, 2012. Details behind the dismissal were not indicated in court documents.

  • dboy September 2, 2014

    I have a 2005 Nissan Altima with a hundred forty thousand miles on it and it hasn’t started happening yet but I don’t want it to happen I still owe 1900 on the car I got it brand newbut I want to get paid I’m just like you Nigga

  • dboy September 2, 2014

    I have a 2005 altima it has 140000 miles on it and it’s been happening for the last 10000 miles I didn’t know what it was just thought it needed a tune up how can I get in this lawsuit????

  • isaac September 3, 2014

    I have a 2004 nissan maxima thats in the car shop right now due to the same transmission issues described.I am still waiting for the work to be quoted . This car left me stranded in the middle of nowhere with my pregnant wife. I had to drive 20 MPH for 3 hours to make it back home a little over 60 miles away. So much for our labor day weekend get away. Please contact me . Very upset to read thatbthis is an ongoing thing.

  • Janet Little September 27, 2014

    ’06 Maxima – transmission locked in park today. Been shifting hard. Managed to get it home after ‘unlocking’ the shifter. Won’t drive it now because I can’t get it out of park again. I have an extended warranty since i bought it used. SUPPOSEDLY it is covered. Thinking once repaired may be time to dump this car. Sucks – I only bought it a year ago with a loan. :-( I love NISSAN. I brag them up frequently, but in doing my research on this issue…thinking it’s time to go back to Dodge. NISSAN – my heart is broken. I see everyone is dropping their class-action suits. I imagine it’s cheaper to pay off the law firms than to replace all these transmissions. Wish I had seen all of this BEFORE i bought the car. I researched hard and heavy – not enough I guess. NISSAN – I’M VERY DISAPPOINTED. Time to get rid of both of my Nissans.

  • Debbie September 30, 2014

    I have the same issues with my 07 Nissan quest had to put in another trans in 2012 and less than two years am having same issue. Is the class action lawsuit still open?

  • Eddie October 6, 2014

    I have a 05 Maxima that is having the same issues. How can I receive info about this lawsuit?

  • Alyssa October 22, 2014

    2005 nissan altima 3.5 se a part of this problem?? My timing chain went already, now I’m waiting for the transmission to go….

  • Michael Leos October 30, 2014

    I have been experiencing the same issues as many of the complaintants on this site with my 2004 Nissan Maxima. I purchased this vehicle brand new and couldn’t have been more satisfied until about two years ago when the problems began to develop at about 110,000 miles. When the vehicle decelerates, it violently jerks. Occasionally the RPM’s on the vehicle appear to have a mind of their own as the vehicle begins to shift up or down on its own. In april of 2013 I took the vehicle to a Dobbs, and they replaced the cam sensor at a price of $615.00. This worked for about four months and now I just deal with it; however the issue is becoming increasingly worse as I fear the vehicle will lunge out of control and I will strike another vehicle while in traffic. Any suggestions? The dealership is dismissive.

  • Tammy November 2, 2014

    2005 Nissan Quest LOTS of transmission problems. Gears are stuck, Surges when i take off, High RPMS when going. How do i get added to a list or get this fixed?

  • Pete November 18, 2014

    Those having problems with Maxima’s/Altima’s 2004-2008 transmission slamming and hard shifting should contact http://www.levelten.com
    Most issues aren’t the transmission itself but the valve body. Make sure it’s a 5speed model. Don’t pay $2k-4k to replace, have level ten rebuild the valve body. It will cost about $1k, but should fix the problem. Good luck and by all means pursue the class action lawsuit anyway.

  • Edward Rivera November 23, 2014

    I brought my 2007 Nissan Quest with 56,000 miles and when it reached to 99,000 it started making a thump noise everytime I put it in drive or reverse. As I was driving on the highway everytime it was about to shift it would slip, I was going through a financial crisis and couldn’t take it in for repairs, so as time went by the van started slowing down as I drove on the highway and even if I acclerated it continue to slow down and it wouldn’t shift. Now the van won’t go into drive or reverse, what can I do about this situation?

  • Anthony Douglas December 4, 2014

    I have a 2005 maxima that just stop pulling in middle high traffic. how do I get in this law suit.

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