Just want to get an idea
Definitely something that would fall under the lemon law, might be time to pull of the details of the lemon law to see when you should be taking action on it.Picked it yesterday after 10 days in the shop, did it 3 times on way home and then again this morning. Not as bad as before (yet), but as of yesterday it has been in the shop 19 days in 2-1/2 months and 2,100 miles. This will be a slam dunk for the lemon law.
To be specific, the shudder/judder now happens when decelerating, and not accelerating like before. And it does not happen as much. But there is still a problem.Definitely something that would fall under the lemon law, might be time to pull of the details of the lemon law to see when you should be taking action on it.
I hope they gave you a good loaner car in the mean time
Well, when you pay $30,000 to over $40,000 for a new vehicle, I think there is a certain sensitivity there for the obvious reason. But the shudder/judder (who came up with "judder"?) for my vehicle is not slight and definitely easy to identify. With that said, my wife wants to claim every road bump, tar strip, pothole, etc. as the shudder/judder, but is being overly sensitive on her part.But does it work for most it seems. but some seem to be having problems with it.
Are some just more sensitive to notice?
Yeah, I would like to retract that statement (and my "yes" vote) now. Took the PF back to the dealer yesterday after I felt a slight shudder. Sure enough, when the tech drove it they were able to replicate it. My service adviser told me they had another PF in the shop now that recently had the torque conv replacement and their symptoms returned also...they were getting the whole CVT replaced i that one and they were 99% sure Nissan would replace mine as well. I asked him if the new transmission came with the updated torque conv and he confirmed that it did. Here's to not having my vehicle another week to week and a half!Fixed mine. 1300 miles since the repair.