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okay so I bought my wife in 2004 Saturn Vue not knowing that it had a CVT , I found out after It refused to go into drive it goes into reverse and works fine however there are times with putting it into drive yields no results. the engine just revs it may rock a bit but will not go. has anyone else had this problem with your CVT? continental transmission told me 28 to 3,200 to fix or replace
i agree with you, Rick because i am already so deep on the Titanic wreckage. I recently purchased a 2004 Nissan Murano from a pregnant thief mexican living at plant city, she certified that the car has no issue,ironically i am facing so many problems, and i do not even know where to start. CVT failure, main seal leak, back gasket leak, broken axels, bad camshaft, but do you know what i pray for her night and day because my money she will one day regret for using it. I will send two pairs of zombies o get my money back to my bank account. I hope she knows how to read and use a computer.
Ford (R = repair. O =or. F = fix. D = daily)
the lexus and toyota hybrid CVT is completely different from other CVT transmissions. These toyota based hybrid cars are basically driven by an electric motor with the gas engine providing a variable level of assist based on its input to a sun gear on a planetary gear set. The secondary motor-generator in this toyota trasmission controls the assist or the use of the power from the gas engine. Toyota calls this system synergy drive and it is known as an ECVT or electronic CVT. Nissan, honda, chrysler use a belt driven type CVT that conceptually compares to a bicycle gear set using cones and a belt. This is the type that is giving you guys a problem.
I am looking for a cvt transmission for a ford five hundred 2006 v6 engine
You people are all crazy on here, nissan Sentra 119,200 miles on a CVt transmission smoothest driving car I ever had, never had one issue with it and the fuel economy is excellent! Used to have a VW jetta, worst car ever!
My B200 Benz needs a 3 rd transmission in only 180,000 klms !!!!!
No offence man, but that should have been part of your research. A car is an expensive purchase, and you need to ensure you check at least such basic details of the car before you buy it. Expecting others to tell you a car has CVT transmission is ridiculous!
My 2012 Nissan Altima has a serious problem when it first starts up on a cold day, say, below 32 F. I have to warm it up for about 10 minutes, otherwise it is forced to use low shift by which rpm is pretty high at even low speed and the acceleration is slow. I dare not to drive it to a high way since 45 miles requires 3k~4k rpm. And, the engine/transmission makes noise like some gear is dying. I was told by the dealer that it is normal due to the CVT. Surprisingly, people seldom talk this issue.