DirftKing102 wrote:Sorry for stealing the thread. Not harsh like a shift kit, but definitely more firm than stock. The current mileage was approximately 80,000. I've thought maybe it was just the fluid going out creating the problem but I've changed the gear fluid and no fix was there for me. It is very dangerous to drive, because the transmission locks out of gear.
Please follow our composites team on. The following year, they improved and finished in 2nd place. These filters are washable and reusable and are custom designed to fit into your existing factory air box. Second transmission replacement requires new flywheel, clutch disc, and pressure plate. I am glad that I did. But if you can find out which application uses 2 first-gear accumulator springs, and thicker 2nd and 3rd gear springs, you can use those to firm up the shifts. Bought a 2003 - 305 Z tour car.
I've heard 5th gear will end up grinding As well. The vehicle coasted to the side of the road and was towed to the dealer. It's more than capable in the canyons, providing surefooted roadholding with a noticeable lack of body roll. Prestone provides protection up to 5 years or 150,000 miles when flushed and filled according to directions. Since then the clutch on the car has gotten stuck three times.
They said bring it on over they would look at that day. Haven't put a thermometer on it to check temperature drop, but transmission is running smooth in 96 degree temps. As to get more power for his already turbo charged Z, we decided to up the boost as the stock turbonetic are running around 7-8 psi. He graduated from an Automotive Training Center and received his Master Mechanic and High-Performance degree. Also included was a Bose 6-speaker premium sound system. If there's some sort of recall I am not aware of please share that with me.
Called the nearest Nissan dealership. In Round 2, scored a maiden victory in his 350Z Roadster equipped with a from a. We were keen to put the Z through our one-year testing regimen. Customer's valve body must be removed in order to perform this upgrade. I I was so damn excited when I bought my car from the dealership and drove home but.
We have on staff experts that install these types of products as well as manufacture our own line of in house carbon fiber and fiberglass parts at. Break-in miles came fast and easy, a result of many Sunday drives inadvertently turning into half-day, 300-mile jaunts. The dipstick tube is located so deep in the dark regions of the engine bay you need a flashlight to reinsert it even in the daytime. Instructions for removal of your valve body will be sent to you along with the correct packaging material once the valve body upgrade is purchased. Nissan identified the problem as bad syncronizer and the manual transmission has to be replaced. Like I said, I dont know what application these springs were originally intended for.
Car refused to steer when at idle. In Europe, only the 'Track' trim was available, although it was badged and marketed as '350Z'. This V-6 remains a sweetheart, however. In fact, it's not a stretch to say that the Z would satisfy 99 percent of most enthusiasts' needs. Car has 4000 miles and the problem seems to be worsening with time.
Yet, with the traction control switched off, the rear end can easily be coaxed into a sideways drift. We carry dozens of top brand names and offer highly competitive pricing. Why not spend a few days on vacation while your new Nissan transmission, torque converter or valve body are being installed? The failure occurred without warning. No feathering after 11000 miles. Nissan needs to step up to the plate and provide some answers and assistance. These, along with a driver seat that's more firmly bolstered than the passenger bucket, proves that Nissan took strides to design a driver-friendly cabin. Learn from my mistake, please.
The service manager said they had to replace the transmission in another Z because it was making a grinding noise between shifts. The second day I drove the car I noticed that the transmission made a grinding noise when shifting from 4th to 5th gear. The rear tires positively roar into the cabin. The car was conceived by Nissan's North American design team in their free time, and the concept was introduced in a four state Road Show in July 1998 to various car media, dealers, and employees. I have taken it to Nissan and they tried to duplicate the problem but nothing was found and when they told me to drive it I found my car shifting like butter I was amazed on how smooth it was.
I will be taking my car to the dealer now at 27000 and letting them hear how worse it has gotten also to have them repair the soft top that on the passenger side rear corner is just coming loose at the seems. Main article: The Nissan 350Z known as Nissan Fairlady Z Z33 in Japan is a two-door, two-seater that was manufactured by from 2002 to 2009 and marks the fifth generation of Nissan's line. Now I don't know if I should take it back or am I stuck. I have done some research on this 2003 Nissan 350Z year and model; and multiple complaints, and I feel more than enough to get a recall. The transmission is a big problem. A month after purchasing it I took off from a stop light and the clutch slipped very bad.