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Hello I have a 2006 Nissan Murano that just stop driving on me one day. It starts and everything but when I go to shift it doesnít move at all. It revs but doesnít go. The check engine light came on for a transmission sensor but the CVT light didnít come on. I was told it could be the transmission shift cable but I have no clue how to access that. Can someone, anyone please help me
I have 07 Murano with a similar problem. My car will start and the engine runs and idles properly, however when I put in Drive or Reverse the engine will not accelerate, no increase in RPM's, the car just sits and will not move forward or reverse. If I put the transmission in Park and then in D or R the car barely moves. The dash does NOT show any trouble signals like CEL or CVT. I have yet to find any topic on the forum for this specific issue, but I am still searching.
Does anyone have any experience with this problem and what was needed to correct?
Thanks in advance for the responses.
I apologize for my much delayed response.
The actual problem was the voltage from the alternator. The output voltage was 8.3 volts and the electronics on this vehicle are so sensitive the CPU was not operating properly and it was shutting down the vehicle. I replaced the alternator and now getting 13.1 output volts and the car is operating just fine with no problems.
Never would have thought the alternator and the voltage output would have a direct affect on the transmission operation.
Thanks again for your offer to help on this problem.
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