2011 NISSAN 370Z Power Train problems & defects.

NISSAN 370Z Power Train problems : 3.

Base Model. Manual Transmission. Stock – No Aftermarket Enhancements. On Freeway Attempting To Decelerate (shifting Down From 5th To 4th) Clutch Pedal “disappears” Into The Floor Board. This Marks The Beginning Of Problems With The Clutch Pedal Having A Mind Of It’s Own. Transmission Hard To Shift 1st And 2nd Gear. Barely Made It Into Dealership Next Morning. Dealership Only Has A Tsb To Replace The Transmission Fluid. Fluid Changed, Drove Away. Problem Returned 2/7/14 And Continued To Get Worse For Next Few Days. Returned Vehicle To nissan Dealership On 2/12/14 Where It Is Waiting For Parts (clutch Slave Cylinder). nissan Corporation Tsb Recommends Replacement Of Clutch Master Cylinder At Same Time Of Clutch Slave Cylinder, However, Dealership Has Not Made Mention Of This. Part Supposedly Won’t Arrive Until 3/3/14. After Further Research, The 370z Suffers From This Clutch Slave/master Cylinder Issue On A Consistent Basis. Current Car Has Only 7,600 Miles. This Is Covered Under 3/36 Warranty, However, The Issue Is Dangerous Because It Can Happen So Suddenly And I Would Reiterate That This Problem Is Apparently Common. Who Waits 3 Weeks For A Clutch Part Unless nissan Corporations Is So Back-ordered On 370z Clutch Components That nissan Cannot Keep Up With This Repair Demand? nissan Needs To Re-engineer This Clutch Master/slave Cylinder Issue And Recall These Cars To Get Them Fixed Properly. *tr

0 person(s) were injured. 0 person(s) died. Mileage was 7450 miles. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):JN1AZ4EHXBM. NISSAN 370Z 2011 problem was reported in REDMOND, WA. Vehicle was not using ANTI-LOCK BRAKES. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. Vehicle had 6 CYLINDERS. FUEL TYPE: GAS. VEHICLE SPEED: 50 mph.

Feb 05, 2014

I Was On The Freeway And All Of A Sudden My Clutch Pedal Loses All Pressure And Drops To The Floor While I Was Trying To Downshift To Slow Down. My Car Would Not Let Me Out Of Gear And I Had To Stop While In Gear Causing The Engine To Cut Off. This Caused Me To Lose All power Assisted Brakes. I Was Exiting And Trying To Slow Down. I Almost Caused An Accident And Had To Swerve To Avoid Hitting Cars Ahead Of Me While Still Traveling Around 50 Mph. This Is Very Dangerous And There Have Been Numerous Complaints About This Part. *tr

0 person(s) were injured. 0 person(s) died. Mileage was 11000 miles. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):JN1AZ4EH9BM. NISSAN 370Z 2011 problem was reported in COTTAGE GROVE, MN. Vehicle was not using ANTI-LOCK BRAKES. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. Vehicle had 6 CYLINDERS. FUEL TYPE: GAS. VEHICLE SPEED: 50 mph.

May 25, 2014

Driving Vehicle In Light Traffic And Clutch Pedal Begins Showing Little To No Resistance, Easily Sinks To The Floor. Soon Thereafter Clutch Pedal Has To Be Pressed Nearly To The Floor To Shift Gears. Car Is Taken To Local nissan Dealer And Clutch Fluid Flushed And Replaced With Dot 4 Fluid. Driving Car The Very Same Day And Exact Same Symptoms Reoccur But This Time No Gear Engagement Is Possible Even With Clutch Pedal Pressed All The Way To The Floor. Car Is Towed Back To Dealer And Inspected. Inspection Reveals Failed Concentric Slave And Clutch Master Cylinders. Cost To Repair Over $1000, According To powertrain Warranty Provided With Vehicle The Concentric Slave Should Be Covered Under Warranty But Dealer Claims Otherwise, Speaking With nissan Consumer Affairs To Try Resolving The Issue But No Luck So Far.

0 person(s) were injured. 0 person(s) died. Mileage was 22000 miles. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):JN1AZ4EH7BM. NISSAN 370Z 2011 problem was reported in FONTANA, CA. Vehicle was not using ANTI-LOCK BRAKES. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. VEHICLE SPEED: 25 mph.

Nov 04, 2014

2011 NISSAN 370Z problems and complaints, and up-to-date recall information. If you are researching a used NISSAN 370Z, driving a 2011 NISSAN 370Z, or if you are planning to purchase one, review owner-reported Power Train problems and defects.

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