Nissan Maxima Misfire Case Study Part I
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XTRONIC CVT in the 2013 Nissan Altima | AutoMotoTV
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Next-generation XTRONIC CVT®
Nissan first adopted the Continuously Variable Transmission in 1992, then
refreshed and modernized it a decade later, becoming one of the world's
first automotive manufacturers to include the CVT on passenger cars. Now,
10 years on again, they've taken it to another level.
The 2013 Nissan Altima will be the first Nissan with the next-generation
XTRONIC CVT. The dramatically improved technology achieves a significant
15% increase in fuel efficiency, accelerates faster, runs quieter and offers an even more
seamless shifting experience.
How does it do this? By giving it the world's highest transmission ratio
and also reducing the transmission's weight, length, friction, and even the
amount of transmission fluid needed.
The transmission ratio is 7.3:1, which is a broader ratio than you'll find
in an average automatic, and far superior to the 6.0:1 you'd find in a
similar model vehicle.
Intelligent CVT Logic ensures that the transmission is always in the right
gear, which eliminates any wasteful gear hunting. The expanded gear ratio
also reduces engine revolutions drastically, allowing the Altima to cruise
at 60 miles per hour at fewer than 1500 RPMs. The benefits of lower RPMs
are obvious -- better fuel efficiency and a noticeably quieter ride.
So, what does all this mean for the driver? Efficiency: up to 15% increase
in fuel efficiency. Performance: it delivers absolutely seamless
performance and alleviates many of the concerns that drivers held about
earlier CVT's. Quiet: the higher-efficiency and 40% reduction in friction
allows the car to perform at higher speeds at very low RPMs, practically
eliminating all noise from the transmission.
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nissan maxima 3.5 camshaft position sensor or camshaft sensor
check engine light came on. played around with the car a little more. the
car stalls. when shifting to reverse hard shift. when placing car in D hard
shift. when you drive it, it starts off in 5th gear. when put into
tiptronic mode the shifter reads has gear 5. now when driving i have only 2
gears in tiptronic mode. im assuming 5 and maybe 3 or 4. later on that day
i turned the car on and everything went away, the hard crank, the stalling,
and the weird shifting. the next day i turn the car on and all of the
symptoms came back. i went to autozone and they read the ecm with a cam
shaft position sensor in bank 2 as the issue. my only question is would the
cam shaft positioning sensor cause the car to shift crazy and only have
reverse and 2 gears? and all the things i have mentioned? and is there a
way to reset the ecu to see if it really is a sensor or just a hiccup. im
all ears for sugestions before i bring it to the dealership and fork out
hundreds of dollars.
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Nissan Maxima / Infiniti Starter Replacement with Basic Hand Tools HD
Starter replacement. As in all my repair videos, I only use basic hand
tools. Don't forget to wear safety glasses.
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Nissan Maxima 2013 Test Drive And Review
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How To Replace Install Change Spark Plugs 2000-03 Nissan Maxima 3.5L
In this video, 1A Auto shows you how to replace spark plugs on a 3.5L
Nissan Maxima. The 3.5 litre engine is a V6 so you'll need 6 spark plugs.
Often times overdue maintenance can lead to poor engine performance. Check
your owners manual for service intervals for your spark plugs and check out
this video to help you get the job done quickly and easily.
Accelerator Pedal Position Sensor
Accelerator Pedal Position Sensor
Describes the operation of the APP or accelerator position sensor. The APP
sensor is found in almost every vehicle today. This is a component of the
Drive-By-Wire system, which does away with the throttle cable. In a DBW
system, the ECM receives an input from the APP sensor and then commands the
appropriate throttle opening using a throttle actuator motor. See how this
device works with this video. Then, go further and view our other video on
how to test the APP sensor.
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