This causes the ignition coil to provide a spark and the injector to inject fuel into each cylinder at the right time. This symptom will also be accompanied by an engine stall when coming to a stop with the engine idling. I then stopped at the nearest parking lot. So, they contacted Nissan and was told that it was the valve body and so, I'm getting a new transmission. This is insane to have these issues and clearly this needs to be a recall. Hi Sheena, I think the advice above in this thread is a good start for addressing the sluggish performance.
I was about to be hit by a truck on the highway, but somehow I managed to move the car in the buffer. I'd start to get on the onramp of the interstate and it wouldn't go! Finally, after the warranty had just barely expired, they finally told me I needed a new transmission. Basically like starting in 4th gear from a dead stop. In simple terms, a torque converter is a hollow drum that is attached to the engine, and encloses a turbine that is attached to the transmission, with no direct contact between the drum and the turbine. Drove it straight to the dealership. Although taking a trip on Monday and a little nervous about it now.
If your are for a different car, select that vehicle series before searching for the diagnostic codes because not all used by one manufacture are used by the other makes. What are the common causes of code P0744? However, if I'm totally wrong in my assumption that this is a normal safety feature, feel free to tell me I'm wrong, lol. The car only has 65k miles. Is there anything else it could be? Code Set Parameters Although code setting parameters vary greatly from one manufacturer and model to another, virtually every application utilizes calculations based upon throttle position, engine load, engine speed, and vehicle speed to determine the desired degree of torque converter clutch application. Put it in tiptronic and saw that it was stuck in 5th and I couldnt shift down at all. I fortunately purchased a transmission warranty.
The car quit running and wouldn't start at all, so we replaced the crankshaft, and camshaft position sensors. I have almost been in an accident because of it. This can happen for multiple reasons and a mechanic needs to diagnose the specific cause for this code to be triggered in your situation. The dealership once again said nothing was showing on the computer even though I told them exactly what code I had learned of before returning to the shop. When you get used to a car, you know from muscle memory how hard you need to press the gas to get the expected acceleration. The P0725 sheet that autozone gave us reads.
I drive pretty conservatively, but I'm no 80 year old on the way to church Sunday morning. I was always diligent with tranny service and maint. So you should chech it on our car models. Symptoms These may vary from no detectable symptoms at all to a failure of the torque converter clutch to disengage. So I'm guessing it's a safety feature.
This could be the cause of many of these 'sluggish' acceleration issues. Hey guys, I'm in need of advice. The vehicle will not shift into 3rd or 4th gear. Yes sir, I did replace 2 sensors. And just because your Rogue had a bad trans doesn't mean all Rogue's have this issue and it definately doesn't mean the issue will recur in the future.
How serious is the P0744 code? The vehicle was taken for repair, and after inspection it was determined that the materials inside the transmission were deteriorating, damaging the bearings and causing fluid leakage and inadequate pressures in the transmission. It is also important to clear the P0744 code and retest the system after each repair is attempted. The diagnosis was a transmission code but because my car has a cvt transmission, he recommended taking it to a Nissan dealership as there has been many reported issues with cvt models, so much so that the warranty got extended. If it is on the outside, can we see it to check the connections? Even tried to accelerate it somehow was able to reach only till the center of the signal when the signal changed to red. Which I was able to do. Extended warranty does not cover electricals? For example guys, When I'm stalled at the light and want to start driving the engine barely speeds up and it's like i'm holding down the gas pedal and its just sloowwly getting up to 30-40 mph,, till eventually after like 10 seconds I get up to 50-60 and run into no problems after I hit high speeds.
Usually you will find oil in the connector for the crank sensor this needs to be cleaned out or the sensor will not read correctly. Would this be the problem with the car starting poorly? If the transmission fluid is very dirty, it is recommend changing the transmission fluid and if possible removing the transmission pan for further diagnosis. If there is a big jump in engine speed, there is no lock-up. They diagnosed the issue as a faulty torque converter, which requires a full transmission replacement. I would punch it all the way and it would slowly pick up speed.