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2008 Nissan Rogue:
 
We have had the car since 2011. The transmission was replaced with the recall.
 
The same slowing happens, take the battery cable off to reset the car, and it works for a week or more. Taken to a couple of shops, just to keep local economy going (thanks nissan), and one of them says we need a new transmission and other says it could be a loose wire.
 
Nissan Altima, Versa, Rogue are known to have fuel problems and transmission. But this is not our case...
 
We have had the TCM reprogrammed. Then afterwards other dealer(s) said to replace it...
 
After reading all these complaints with no solutions.
 
We have not drove the car for long distances, knowing the issues, so the transmission fluid has not gotten hot enough for this issue. [Knowing we can reset the "system" gives us another week or so.] But seems this is another issue with Nissan.
 
So is the solution to keep disconnecting the battery?
 
I have read multiple stories of people disconnecting the battery to get more "life" out of the short driving period, but no one has come up with a solution.
 
SOLUTION: [please don't tell my insurance agent] PUSHfull coverage and then...PUSH IT OFF A CLIFF, OOPS!
SOLUTION: [please don't tell my insurance agent] PUSHfull coverage and then...PUSH IT OFF A CLIFF, OOPS!
 
Hope you have cliffs where you are located, if not you are screwed because the cars won't make it for a long drive!

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2008 Nissan Rogue:

We have had the car since 2011. The transmission was replaced with the recall.

The same slowing happens, take the battery cable off to reset the car, and it works for a week or more. Taken to a couple of shops, just to keep local economy going (thanks nissan), and one of them says we need a new transmission and other says it could be a loose wire.

Nissan Altima, Versa, Rogue are known to have fuel problems and transmission. But this is not our case...

We have had the TCM reprogrammed. Then afterwards other dealer(s) said to replace it...

After reading all these complaints with no solutions.

We have not drove the car for long distances, knowing the issues, so the transmission fluid has not gotten hot enough for this issue. [Knowing we can reset the "system" gives us another week or so.] But seems this is another issue with Nissan.

So is the solution to keep disconnecting the battery?

I have read multiple stories of people disconnecting the battery to get more "life" out of the short driving period, but no one has come up with a solution.

SOLUTION: [please don't tell my insurance agent] PUSH IT OFF A CLIFF, OOPS!

Hope you have cliffs where you are located, if not you are screwed because the cars won't make it for a long drive!

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