I was not aware of the file by January of 2020 date. My 2011 altima jerks all the time when I pull off an gear box mess up. I believe that is discriminatory. I would like to add the transmission failed at 104k miles. I was told I need to replace it. Nissan agreed to pay a $1,000 voucher that can be used towards a new Nissan or Infinity, and agree to extend the warranty on allegedly affected vehicles. ", "Infotainment System randomly switches between CD, Radio, and Bluetooth (Radio Streaming) Sources! However, after that repair, the car developed random horn honking. ", "the forward facing radar failed.
Reactivate now The roads I am familiar with have been paved for a least 15 years. I have a 2014 Nissan Altima and I’m pretty sure I added my name to the class action lawsuit but I haven’t received anything and it would definitely be useful considering my car is sitting at the dealership because the transmission is busted. The data is clearly there. I have a 2013 Nissan Sentra with CVT issues for years now. I had to pay out of pocket for this service in 2016! Is there any I can do. Usually, it will eventually correct itself after 4-5 minutes. HOW THE HECK DOES THAT MAKE SENSE AS IF IT IS A LAWSUIT THAT HAS BEEN SETTLED, EVERY SINGLE AFFECTED CUSTOMER NEEDS TO KNOW THIS BS AND THERE SHOULD BE NO DAMN DEADLINES FOR THIS. Ok take it back home for out to do the same thing in less than a week. I have a2015 Altima never heard of the settlement I bought the the car he said cvt model makes noise like that ! So what able us? I had a 2014 Sentra and have been awaiting a voucher since I no longer have the vehicle. My 2015 stalls bad didn’t no about any law suit or nonthing of a recall, I have a 2016 Nissan Altima and I have to already pay for a new transmission. Reasonably intelligent people know there’s no bigger rip-off than a dealership…. In the Nissan transmission class action settlement, Top Class Actions viewers are receiving checks worth as much as $5,000. I received a recall letter, but upon confronting Tenneson Nissan they claimed no recall was issued, so they supposedly went ahead and replaced the Transmission in May 2020, but on October 4, 2020 it failed again on me in the middle of a busy Highway and saying they can’t provide a rental, that sucks. First time the dealer reprogrammed the emergency braking system due to factory notification but not a recall. Every used car for sale comes with a free CARFAX Report. 2014 Nissan Altima, basically same problem as everyone above. I believe the lawyers who handled the case should follow up with Nissan to see if they are complying with the settlement. I bought my 2016 Nissan Rogue in Nov 2015. My Nissian Pathfinder 2015 transmission went out just last week and I paid 4K for repair! I’m sitting at 83600 miles. I had a 2009 Nissan Altima that had transmission issues. Needless to say I filed a claim and sent in invoices of what was fixed and our cost but Nissan said it was not good enough so they denied my claim. AND SPEND OVER 5,000, TRYING TO GET FIX AND I AM GOING TO FIGHT FOR HER RIGHTS AND THOSE GREEDY LAWYERS SHOULD BE ASHAMED AND PUNISHED BY THE LAW. I didnât get a check 2014 Nissan sierra where is my check. ", "Screen freezes and entire display does not work. I no longer need my Transmission fixed as I already covered those costs so the warranty doesn’t do me any good. No codes. The dealer has checked the unit out a couple of times and say it is working per specks. Didn’t find out until last minute. Not accurate in navigating to selected site. And this is even after being taking to the dealership spending thousands. This is no way stepping up to the plate. Of course they did not replace the transmission. Someone to actually die first? Took it to dealer who repaired it the same days. They claimed they had no idea what was wrong.