Just bought a 2015 Juke with 70,000 miles. The transmission died, just got replaced by dealer. The drain plug was not installed properly had to get fixed. I just got it back, took for a drive and the car started shaking intermittently at stops. Should I return and get money back? I have 2 days to decide. HELP!
Yes. I would definitely take it back.
Though it may be that the dealerships technician merely forgot that the transmission needed to be re-calibrated. There is a TSB – Technical Service Bulletin out for this. Since the vehicle is already showing signs of failure it would be advisable to return the vehicle while you still have the option.
Nissan TSB# NTB12-103g
The service procedure in this bulletin contains steps to perform TCM Calibration Data “Write” procedures. These procedures are used when a complete CVT assembly is replaced, a CVT control valve (valve body) is replaced, or a Transmission Control Module (TCM) is replaced.
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