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Nissan N16 Automatic D Mode Problem


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Hello

i have a Nissan N16 Automatic 2001 model

recent days i face a problem

when i shift to D mode car doesn't Move 

but R ( reverse )  and Gear 1 is working fine

if i drive gear 1 for 300 to 400 Meter then D Mode working Normally

any one face this problem ?

can you help me to solve ?

 

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2 minutes ago, shanshayan said:

Hello

i have a Nissan N16 Automatic 2001 model

recent days i face a problem

when i shift to D mode car doesn't Move 

but R ( reverse )  and Gear 1 is working fine

if i drive gear 1 for 300 to 400 Meter then D Mode working Normally

any one face this problem ?

can you help me to solve ?

 

Hi

To me it looks like gearbox pressure isn't enough during cold start.. It takes time to build up the pressure inside the gearbox..

However when was the last time you changed the gearbox oil? how much have u done after changing oil (if u did change the oil) and whats the ODO meter reading now?

If you haven't change oil, then i would prefer changing the oil and see whether you face similar issue.. If it does then its time for you to go for a gearbox overhaul or replace with a recon

Cheers

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6 minutes ago, PerfMad said:

Hi

To me it looks like gearbox pressure isn't enough during cold start.. It takes time to build up the pressure inside the gearbox..

However when was the last time you changed the gearbox oil? how much have u done after changing oil (if u did change the oil) and whats the ODO meter reading now?

If you haven't change oil, then i would prefer changing the oil and see whether you face similar issue.. If it does then its time for you to go for a gearbox overhaul or replace with a recon

Cheers

i brought 1 year before and i done only 10K KM 
i don't know when gearbox oil changed ?
but it color  light pink 

can you tell me how much cost for gearbox oil chang ? or gearbox  replace?

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3 minutes ago, shanshayan said:

i brought 1 year before and i done only 10K KM 
i don't know when gearbox oil changed ?
but it color  light pink 

can you tell me how much cost for gearbox oil chang ? or gearbox  replace?

Hey

Rather than looking for a gearbox replace, try changing the gearbox oil with a recommended brand for ur specific model.. Um not quite sure about the price as it may differ.. But i hope it should be not more than 10,000 .. please do check with the agents / or someone who uses the same model.

 

May I know the Year of manufacture of ur car? Is it a CVT gearbox or conventional gearbox?

If yours is a conventional gearbox, cost should be less... If its a CVT gearbox then oil cost should be somewhere within the budget i've mentioned..

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2 minutes ago, PerfMad said:

Hey

Rather than looking for a gearbox replace, try changing the gearbox oil with a recommended brand for ur specific model.. Um not quite sure about the price as it may differ.. But i hope it should be not more than 10,000 .. please do check with the agents / or someone who uses the same model.

 

May I know the Year of manufacture of ur car? Is it a CVT gearbox or conventional gearbox?

If yours is a conventional gearbox, cost should be less... If its a CVT gearbox then oil cost should be somewhere within the budget i've mentioned..

2001 model
i think it is not CVT

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45 minutes ago, shanshayan said:

Hello

i have a Nissan N16 Automatic 2001 model

recent days i face a problem

when i shift to D mode car doesn't Move 

but R ( reverse )  and Gear 1 is working fine

if i drive gear 1 for 300 to 400 Meter then D Mode working Normally

any one face this problem ?

can you help me to solve ?

 

exact same issue was experienced in YOM 2001 Nissan Cefiro that belonged to a relative - the car was maintained poorly and the issue was fixed after replacing the transmission oil..apparently there had been some build up due to transmission oil not being changed for years. 

 

 

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15 hours ago, shanshayan said:

2001 model
i think it is not CVT

Then the first step is to change the gearbox oil with manufacture recommended one and observe whether it will resolve your current issue 

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16 hours ago, shanshayan said:

i brought 1 year before and i done only 10K KM 
i don't know when gearbox oil changed ?
but it color  light pink 

can you tell me how much cost for gearbox oil chang ? or gearbox  replace?

As others have pointed out above regardless of the cost the most sensible thing to do first is to change ATF (with Nissan Matic-D ATF fluid, I guess). While at the ATF change make sure you get the bottom pan removed and cleaned up of any residue and also the ATF filter(screen) changed.

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27 minutes ago, whmsujith said:

Hi Rumesh,

Is ATF change through a machine for that old car recommended?

Thanks

Changing oil via machine will cost more as it will require more liquid.. Still there is a tendency of some residue to be left.. either way not quite sure whether it will make a huge impact.. Isn't it @Rumesh88 ?

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1 hour ago, whmsujith said:

Hi Rumesh,

Is ATF change through a machine for that old car recommended?

Thanks

No.

36 minutes ago, PerfMad said:

Changing oil via machine will cost more as it will require more liquid.. Still there is a tendency of some residue to be left.. either way not quite sure whether it will make a huge impact.. Isn't it @Rumesh88 ?

Most economical, safest and almost complete way to replace ATF is to first drain through the drain plug. Then remove the pan, clean it, replace screen, fix the pan back and fill with fresh ATF. Pull out the ATF return line from the cooler (connect a clear hose to extend the line for better visibility), start the engine and keep on adding ATF to replace the fluid drained through the cooler return line. You need to keep pace with the ATF pump to avoid transmission from running dry but it is not too difficult. Once you notice fresh liquid out through the return line stop the engine, reconnect the cooler line and adjust the fluid level as required with the engine running at its working temperature. You should end up filling ATF close (1/2L more or less) to the specified capacity of the transmission.

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On 3/28/2017 at 9:32 AM, PerfMad said:

Then the first step is to change the gearbox oil with manufacture recommended one and observe whether it will resolve your current issue 

i changed ATF and clean filter also

but no response still i face same problem

what can i do? 

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13 hours ago, shanshayan said:

i changed ATF and clean filter also

but no response still i face same problem

what can i do? 

Hmmm.. that's too bad.. Where do you live machan ? i think now the best thing is to show this to a mech or gearbox specialists like Nilwala motors and get their opinion..

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