dolly368 wrote:There are at least three action lawsuits pending that I know of. Every single complaint is the same"Radiator cracks causing leakage in the transmission" That is why Nissan sent me the notice that my warranty would be extended for the radiator. They know they built a faulty radiator. When I took the pathfinder in at 77,000 miles, I made sure the dealership checked EVERYTHING! What a coincidence! Only 3,600 miles later my radiator cracks and the warranty expired at 80,000 miles. They could have just extended my warranty and I would be telling people what a great company Nissan is.Very sad. I have two sets of twins and my older set is 17. If this matter is not straightened out I am never buying a car from a company that puts faulty parts in a vehicle and then does not justify it with a recall!!!!
1) how pro-active were you in preventing this problem?
2) did you turn down an extended warranty when you bought the truck?
3) did you change the coolant every 30,000 miles?
4)did you educate yourself about the truck as so many of us have, and either replace the radiator, or by-pass the internal cooler to avoid the problem?
5)you say you made sure the dealership "checked EVERYTHING". how is that possible? everything? did you pay for a pressure test of the radiator and chemical analysis of all of the fluids? a visual inspection of all internal components? everything? is that what they agreed to do? and even if they did, there's no way to predict if a component will fail if is functioning properly at the time. if your radiator was inspected and passed inspection, would you have had it replaced if it were recommended to do so on the basis of a potential future failure?
6)what do your two sets of twins have to do with anything?