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Gear Shifting Issue Every Morning (Nissan Serena)


buddhi chathuranga
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My automatic gear box not working in every morning.But enging start is normal and but gear box D/2/3 not functioning very well.But reverse gear working very well.After start and racing few minits, 2nd gear working and can drive my vehical.then i can swift to D and vehiclal gone very well.all gears swifting very well without any issue/sound or any delay.But only thing, every morning in my 1st start gear box not working and working only R.

This was happend 2 weeks after last gear oil changing servise.Please advise me, how to fix this.

 

Vehival - Nissan Serena

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Did you try starting up the car and leaving it for few minutes - say 5 Min and then engage to D ? It should move then. Looks like the dear box is on it's way out ...

Good news it that there are plenty of people who can fix it well.  Shall drop a PM and you can have a chat with him - He's fixed countless number of vehicles including my Mazda many years ago which had the same issue. 

 

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  • iRage changed the title to Gear Shifting Issue Every Morning (Nissan Serena)
On 10/31/2021 at 8:59 AM, buddhi chathuranga said:

My automatic gear box not working in every morning.But enging start is normal and but gear box D/2/3 not functioning very well.But reverse gear working very well.After start and racing few minits, 2nd gear working and can drive my vehical.then i can swift to D and vehiclal gone very well.all gears swifting very well without any issue/sound or any delay.But only thing, every morning in my 1st start gear box not working and working only R.

This was happend 2 weeks after last gear oil changing servise.Please advise me, how to fix this.

 

Vehival - Nissan Serena

This sounds like a sign of a failing transmission solenoid. (Get a transmission guy to take a look. Usually it's a straightforward fix.) 

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