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not to hi jack the thread but,
it seems that having a t-case failure before 100k is norm, my wifes has 73k on hers.
and i don't want to have to pull the sub-frame with the engine sitting on it out of the car in the driveway.. just to get to the t-case..
also it's an 04
Last year, the transfer case on my 2004 Murano failed. The car was out of warranty, and Nissan refused to reimburse me, even though there are dozens of cases reported nationally.
Less than a year later, the new transfer case that Nissan installed is leaking. Nissan agreed to repair the problem, and replaced a seal on the transfer case.
One month later, Nissan has verified that the newest repair needs to be repaired again. The newly installed seal is leaking.
Nissan issued an advisory to its dealers describing this problem, and recommending that they only repair it under warranty.
I am very disappointed in the quality of the drivetrain of this vehicle, and am very uncomfortable driving it.
Most tranfer cases only have to have the fluid drained then refilled with new fliud. On very rare cases I have seen the chain stretch or break. I my self have not seen that much go wrong with that auto repair.
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