Radiator Problems of Nissan Pathfinder
Nissan Pathfinder owners have reported 213 problems linked to radiator (under the engine and engine cooling category).
#1 - Radiator problem of the 2007 Nissan Pathfinder
The vehicle involved was a 2007 Nissan Pathfinder. Vehicle identification number (VIN): 5N1AR18U57_. We noticed the Nissan starting to jerk on the frwy and service engine light came on. Took it immediately to the mechanic they gave me bad news appearantly the transmission had radiator fluid in it. He said he had seen this problem before many times his exact word were the way Nissan designed this particular vehicle causes this. My mechanic had to replace radiator flush the whole system put new fluids in total cost $976. Oo he advised me to take it to a transmission shop because he said it needed to be looked at by a specialist since he could not guarantee it would not happen again or if even the transmssion would work. Well it worked but the service engine light came on on the way to the transmission shop once they got done with it and replaced everythin that needed to be fixed on the inside of the transmission I paid $3227. 49. According to everything I read this can hapen to the Pathfinder without any prior problems. We took pretty good care of ours was a great vehicle till we had to dish out almost 5k after we had just paid it off. I will never buy Nissan again!. This radiator problem happened on Apr. 19, 2013.
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#2 - Radiator problem of the 2006 Nissan Pathfinder
The car is a 2006 Nissan Pathfinder. Vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle is 5N1AR18W76_. The vehicle started to lose power and come back on while traveling with 6 passengers on the 101 fwy in north los angeles county. Then it's guage showed it running hot (no smoke or loss of power) and a check engine light was on. Then the guage said it wasn't running hot and no power loss. I continued down the freeway and made it home with no more problems. I studied and research this problem for hours on the web. I brought the car to the dealer service department the next day. My research turned up valid. This 2006 Nissan Pathfinder se vehicle should have been recalled by the manufacturer. Nissan knew about this problem. Instead Nissan extended a warranty to 100k and passed these flaws on to the consumer. Shame on Nissan! the problem is what is described as a fluid intermix. This is because the transmission fluid has cooling coils that run through the radiator. For a year or two Nissan had produced defective product and was not forced to recall. Now me the consumer is stuck with a six to nine thousand dollar repair bill on my vehcile with 110k miles on it. Recall these vehciles please Nissan. Wiistle blowers just ask the service people about this particular no no Nissan did. This is consumer abuse by corporate tough guys. This problem occurred on April 16, 2013.
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#3 - Radiator problem of the 2006 Nissan Pathfinder
The car involved is a 2006 Nissan Pathfinder. While driving our vehicle it would not produce any forward movement, the engine would rev, and the transmission would free spin. We had it towed to the mechanic and he stated that there is a transmission code for a faulty servo. He checked the transmission fluid and found it to be abnormally dirty. Nissan has an extended warranty for radiator coolant leaking into the transmission that was a result of a class action lawsuit. My problem is that I am over the 100,000 mile cap for the warranty and Nissan will not grant a waiver. I also feel that Nissan should issue a recall and be required to pay for the full replacement cost of these items. Even if I was under the 100,000 mile cap I would still have to pay a $3,000 deductible. It was Apr. 28, 2013 when this radiator issue happened.
#4 - Radiator problem of the 2005 Nissan Pathfinder
The vehicle was a 2005 Nissan Pathfinder. VIN of the vehicle was 5N1AR18U15_. Lost power, transmission not engaging, was told that it was radiator coolant was leaking in the system. After transmission was replaced after at approximately 27,000 miles same incident happened again. This radiator issue occurred Nov. 24, 2011.
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#5 - Radiator problem of the 2006 Nissan Pathfinder
The vehicle involved is a 2006 Nissan Pathfinder. The VIN of the car is 5N1AR18W86_. Under body vibration reported in January with less than 100k miles. Told it was due to the crack in my back bumper. Then 2 days ago, drove the car back to Nissan dealership at 112k miles where they told me my radiator cracked which lead to fluid going into the transmission - a widely known Nissan problem. Will have to replace transmission $5500 + radiator $700 because they are ruined. Fuel sensory gauge stuck also and will have to replace - also a widely known Nissan problem. It was 01/15/2013 when this radiator issue occurred.
#6 - Radiator problem of the 2013 Nissan Pathfinder
The vehicle having this issue was a 2013 Nissan Pathfinder. It happened 3 times already, car started shaking and it stop all of a sudden, all transmission fluid and coolant drained out. Luckily we did'n get hit from the back because the first time was when we stop on a red light and it didn't move at all we tow it to the nearest Nissan dealer and they said that it was a factory defect but that was fixed. I had a bad feeling and took it to puente hills Nissan where we bought the car. But they told to comeback next day so on my way home on the freeway it started again we just had seconds to pull aside from the road and the car didn't moved at all, fluids drained out again and this time the smoke was even worst I had a panic attack because I thought it was going to catch on fire so I've jumped out of the car "on the freeway" without thinking that I could get killed. The car got towed to puente hills Nissan and "they fixed it". When they were testing it it happened again!! they towed the car back and now after a week they said that they already fixed the problem that it was the radiator that had too much pressure so was heating up and shooting the hoses off so they now replaced the radiator and told me to go and pick up the car. I don't feel safe driving around with my family this situation can cause an accident. Nissan dealer won't replace the car even though there is the lemon law that states that after 3 repairs from the same issue the car has to be replaced and even more because it was a brand new car and we only had it for 6 weeks. And there was also 2 recalls on this particular vehicle one on the electric system and other one on the air bags so now I don't know what else is going to happen with this vehicle. It was Mar. 22, 2013 when this radiator issue occurred.
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#7 - Radiator problem of the 2006 Nissan Pathfinder
The vehicle involved was a 2006 Nissan Pathfinder. The vehicle identification number (VIN) is 5N1AR18UX6_. Radiator failed coolant leaked into transmission. Transmission and radiator need to be replaced. Nissan is aware of this problem and never informed me of this issue. If I was made aware of the problem I would have had radiator replaced. There should have been a recall. I am sure more similar situations will continue to occur until there is an official recall. Who loses? the customer. This is unacceptable. Nissan needs to be held responsible. It was Tuesday, April 2, 2013 when this radiator issue happened.
#8 - Radiator problem of the 2007 Nissan Pathfinder
The vehicle involved is a 2007 Nissan Pathfinder. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was 5N1AR18W67_. When slowing down or speeding up between about 30-50 mph, the vehicle transmission felt like it was slipping. After much research and several hundred dollars of work come to find out that the radiator is faulty causing cross-contamination between engine coolant and transmission fluid. I am aware there is an ongoing investigation into this matter as well as a class action law suit pending. I have spent significant money to troubleshoot and replace what was needed (radiator and multiple transmission flushes) and feel I should be reimbursed as well as have a more thorough inspection and additional repair/replacement if needed. I am concerned that the engine is now damaged due to transmission fluid being in there and possibly the transmission. Both of which may be future problems that materialize down the road. Something should be done to make this right for the many Nissan customers. This radiator problem happened on Monday, January 14, 2013.
#9 - Radiator problem of the 2006 Nissan Pathfinder
The car involved is a 2006 Nissan Pathfinder. Started shuttering and not shifting right, found tran fluid in radiator, what's sad is im writing this in vain cause nothing will come of it, its sad that if they're had been more known before hand my wife wouldn't have bought it, instead she has 3. 5 more years to pay for something that was intended to last atleast til she got it paid for, but now she is going to have to go to the bank and make another loan, and try to make two payments instead of one, to say the least im not happy with Nissan trying to keep this under the rug with the rest of the dirt. The failure date was Mar. 14, 2013.
#10 - Radiator problem of the 2005 Nissan Pathfinder
The vehicle having this issue was a 2005 Nissan Pathfinder. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) is 5N1AR18W35_. Noticed my truck hesitating at about 40mph took in to have checked and was told the transmission and radiator were both failing due to a broken line between the two which caused the fluids from the two parts to mix and cause the failure. Then the good news haha the cost would be $6,000. 00. I then came to read that this is a problem for many and it should have been a recall by the Nissan corp. It was Mar. 6, 2013 when this radiator issue happened.
#11 - Radiator problem of the 2007 Nissan Pathfinder
The vehicle involved was a 2007 Nissan Pathfinder. Vehicle identification number (VIN): JNRAR05Y1W_. I bought a 2007 Pathfinder from a very reputable used car business, carmax almost 3 years ago. They are very well known in the area for thoroughly checking their vehicles before reselling. It had approx 59k miles on it and I've loved it until recently. I started experiencing heating problems awhile ago but my mechanic couldn't find anything wrong - he even checked the radiator. A few months ago, the transmission would shudder occasionally when I reached about 40 mph. At first it was very minor, I actually thought it was maybe grooves in the road, etc but the issue got worse. I brought it to the dealer and was told I need a new radiator and transmission - this is a widespread problem. I was also told flushing the transmission probably wouldn't help. The radiator is going to cost me $913 and because this is such a widespread problem, a new transmission was the only thing they could find at $7400! I still owe on this vehicle and am wondering how will I ever trade this in or even afford to fix it. Nissan won't help in any way, even by discounting the labor and parts and the class action settlement won't help either because my Pathfinder has 109k miles on it - 9k over the extended warranty Nissan issued. What a disaster. I'm a single mom with a young daughter and a mother I care for. I recently took my family to visit my sister in west virginia, you know - mountains. Imagine if something would've happened then. I had no idea all of this was going on and am now terrified to drive it. I've never received notification from Nissan that there was a potential issue - I would've brought it to the dealer immediately and been covered for repairs!!! this is a nightmare and Nissan should be held responsible in some way. Why aren't they standing behind their product at all!! do a couple of hundred people have to get hurt before something is done?. It was Fri., Feb. 22, 2013 when this radiator issue happened.
#12 - Radiator problem of the 2006 Nissan Pathfinder
The car was a 2006 Nissan Pathfinder. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was 5N1AR18W56_. I have a Pathfinder 2006 with 110,000 miles on January 9, 2012 I take it to the dealership because it was shaking ones I drove over 60 mph the dealer did a multi- point vehicle inspection and they determined that everything was ok except from the four-wheel-drive chaff join th got excessive play and replace it for new one and yesterday March 7, 2013 I took my Pathfinder 2006 to royal palm Nissan and the service advisor hernando valencia estate it that my car radiator is leaking coolant into the transmission and though that I had to replace it for a new ones and is going to cost me $6400 and he states that that's a common issue with the path finders so if it's a common issue and they do an extended warranties wish there are no good to no body how can they spect a costumer to pay 6400 for a part the they should recall I'm sure I'm not along on this issue and just hope the some busy like you guys can make them do the right thing and stand by their products to avoid any accidents with thousands of vehicles on the road thanks so much for reviewing this lines I apresiated and I hope to hear back from you guys thanks ever such lots. This radiator issue occurred 01/09/2012.
#13 - Radiator problem of the 2006 Nissan Pathfinder
The car involved is a 2006 Nissan Pathfinder. Vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle is 5N1AR18U26_. Observed milky puddle under radiator and thick milkly pink fluid in radiator and overflow reservoir. Observed during the last 3000miles intermittent vibrations similar to hitting the "wake-up" strips on the side of a highway shoulder or washer-board road texture. Vibrations happened at various times between 1250 to 2250 rpm and 50 to 60mph. Tire balance was ruled out as a cause of vibration by mechanic. Dealer diagnosis verified cross contamination of the engine coolant and transmisson fluid caused by an internal transmission cooler in the radiator split apart. A mechanic described the damage that would be caused to the transmission from the cross contamination would include severe corrosion. Transmission failure is imminent because of the severe leakage. Transmission failure is also sudden, because the vehicle was operable even with the presence of a leak. Repair of this condition requires replacement of the radiator and transmission and flushing the coolant system. I would not want to replace a faulty radiator with the same, but our mechanic verified that the Nissan replacement radiator has been be changed from the original part number. Therefore, Nissan has revised their radiator but not issued a recall. Nissan dealer quotes for repair was $9983. It was Feb. 26, 2013 when this radiator issue occurred.
#14 - Radiator problem of the 2005 Nissan Pathfinder
The VIN of this Pathfinder is 5N1AR18U95_. The owner has a 2005 Nissan Pathfinder. The contact stated that while attempting to accelerate from traffic light, the vehicle hesitated and failed to engage in gear. The vehicle was taken to the dealer. The technician diagnosed that radiator fluid was leaking into to the transmission and as a result, the transmission solenoid needed to be replaced. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. The vehicle was not repaired. The failure and current mileage was 116,000. This radiator problem happened on 02/12/2013.
#15 - Radiator problem of the 2005 Nissan Pathfinder
Vehicle identification number (VIN): 5N1AR18U05_. The vehicle involved is a 2005 Nissan Pathfinder. The contact stated that the vehicle seemed to shift incorrectly. The contact took the vehicle to the dealer and was told that there was a crack in the radiator that was allowing coolant to enter the transmission. There were also cracks in the hoses that contributed to the failure. The vehicle had not been repaired. The failure and current mileages were 127,000. It was Friday, Feb. 22, 2013 when this radiator issue happened.
#16 - Radiator problem of the 2008 Nissan Pathfinder
My 2008 Nissan Pathfinder has a radiator that failed causing engine coolant to mix with the automatic transmission fluid thus causing a total failure of my transmission. In researching after the failure I have found this is a very common problem with Nissan Pathfinders, frontiers, and xterras from 2005-2008. It is to the point where people have taken the transmission line out of the coolant system loop prior to the radiator failing in attempt to save the transmission from the inevitable failure. These radiators need to be recalled to prevent another transmission from total failure and thus prevent serious accidents resulting in injury or death in the future. This is a safety concern! in my instance while driving my wife and my 7 day old first born son to his doctors appointment my Nissan Pathfinder began to hesitate and slip, then catch, and slip, and lock up, and jerk, and then only slip. I was forced to push my vehicle a distance while vehicles proceeded to pass me at a high rate of speed. All the while my wife and 7 day old infant inside. I then needed to have my car towed to the dealership. After calling the Nissan dealership I was told that is fairly common and they were not surprised. 2005-2008 Nissan Pathfinders, xterras, and frontiers have faulty radiators that are causing catastrophic failure to the transmission and are extremely unsafe for the passengers of these vehicles. Does someone have to die before Nissan admits to and fixes this avoidable problem? this is very common knowledge for all transmission repair shops as well as Nissan dealerships. This radiator problem happened on Tuesday, February 26, 2013.
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#17 - Radiator problem of the 2005 Nissan Pathfinder
The car involved was a 2005 Nissan Pathfinder. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of the car was 5N1AR18U45_. My Pathfinder began to shudder and make a deep rumbling noise while trying to maintain a constant speed anywhere between 40-55pmh. I took it to the dealership this morning and was told this afternoon that there was a crack in the intercooler inside the radiator and it had leaked coolant into the transmission fluid. It has caused major damage to the transmission. The radiator and the transmission has to be replaced. The tech said the estimated cost will be $5300. This problem occurred on February 28, 2013.
#18 - Radiator problem of the 2008 Nissan Pathfinder
The car involved is a 2008 Nissan Pathfinder. The vehicle identification number (VIN) is 5N1AR18B48_. Your website would not allow me to put in the transmission and radiator as affected parts. My vehicle with 77,000 miles on it had a slipping issue with my transmission and was brought to the dealership, along with the warranty upgrade notice provided by Nissan, for service. I notified the dealership of the transmission slipping and of the warranty notice, and that I wanted it looked at. They came back to me and verbally stated that there was no issue with my transmission. Dealer did not note it on the work order that they test drove and said there was no issue. Nissan is known to have radiator problems that lead to transmission failure for my type of vehicle. There is a class action lawsuit out right now about the issue. Nissan refused to do the work unless I paid for the $3000 CO-pay, and paid for the timing chain shoes, another Nissan known issue, another $1800. My vehicle is a 2008 Pathfinder with 92000 miles on it now. Just want Nissan to stand behind their product properly and replace the items required at no charge to me. Both of the issues could lead to a failure and cause a major accident. The failure date was Wednesday, Apr. 4, 2012.
#19 - Radiator problem of the 2006 Nissan Pathfinder
2006 Nissan Pathfinder started having a violent vibration at around 50mph. Researched online and found numerous articles regarding this issue. All information I found indicated that the radiator fluid was leaking into the transmission through the coolent line. When I checked my radiator level, the coolent was low, which was one of the indicators that his was my problem. I took my vehicle to the dealership that I bought it from, less than a year ago with 75,000 miles, they tell me that the warrenty only covers vehicles with less that 80,000 miles. When I purchased the vehicle, there was no mention of the issue, only that the Pathfinder was a solid, certified pre-owned vihicle. Now I will have to pay $3,000 CO-pay. Everything I have read, indicates that these issues rarely ever start before 80,000 miles. The fact that the industry is letting them get away with this is disgusting to me. I have a wife and two children riding around in a faulty vehicle with a well known issue I can't aford to fix. The failure date was January 1, 2013.
#20 - Radiator problem of the 2006 Nissan Pathfinder
The car was a 2006 Nissan Pathfinder. Traveling at approximately 40mph. Noticed that car shuddered when I accelerated, but then it stopped as I sped up. Service engine soon light came on and car lost power while I was driving in high traffic. Nearly rearended by the vehicle behind me. Cars has to swerve to miss hitting me. The rpms were high when I applied the accelerator, but the car would only go about 10 mph. Took car to mechanic nearby. Was told there was a problem with the transmission and the car was dangerous to drive. Advised to have the car moved to a local transmission business for further inspection. Received a class action lawsuit notice against Nissan for the very make and model SUV I own. At the time, I had no problems. I have maintained the vehicle well. This very costly transmission problem came on suddenly with no warnings, which I read is typical of this Nissan defect. I believe that these cars should be recalled and all expenses paid for by Nissan as they were aware of the defective radiators. Not only are the costs to their consumers unacceptable ($6,000 repair on a vehicle with little over 100,000k miles), but they are putting people's lives at risk with this defect. This issue happened on Monday, February 18, 2013.
#21 - Radiator problem of the 2005 Nissan Pathfinder
2005 Nissan Pathfinder. Consumer writes in regards to defective radiator in vehicle. The consumer stated he sent Nissan a letter regarding his concerns about radiator coolant leaking into the transmission. Nissan responded by saying they would not cover any repairs until the leaked developed. This radiator issue occurred Friday, Feb. 1, 2013.
#22 - Radiator problem of the 2013 Nissan Pathfinder
My wife was driving our two week old 2013 Nissan Pathfinder platinum edition with my four year old daughter when the transmission failed and the vehicle became disabled. The transmission completely failed and the car had to be towed to the local Nissan dealer. I was told today that the coolant line burst and that the transmission fluid leaked from the vehicle. As a "precaution" they will be replacing the radiator, transmission line (s), as well as the transmission on the vehicle before returning it to us. The dealer claims that the transmission and radiator did not get affected buy the incident and that they are replacing those parts as a precautionary measure. I have done some research online and learned that a number of other 2013 Pathfinders have suffered from the same catastrophic issue. I also learned that previous generations of the Pathfinder had similar issues which Nissan was very slow to acknowledge. When a vehicle that is traveling at a moderate to high rate of speed looses transmission the driver becomes at risk for a major accident. The vehicle cannot be driven and in our case my wife was saved by a aaa employee who was kind enough to push her car out of the way of oncoming traffic. These cars need to be recalled immediately before someone gets killed. If you are reading this and you know someone who drives this vehicle please tell them to take it to their Nissan service department immediately. I am convinced this is going to require a recall. Our car had 450 mile on it for gods sake. This radiator problem happened on Sun., Jan. 20, 2013.
#23 - Radiator problem of the 2007 Nissan Pathfinder
The vehicle involved is a 2007 Nissan Pathfinder. The contact was driving 50 mph when the transmission began to jerk without any warning. The vehicle was driven to a safe location and inspected. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic who advised that the radiator coolant leaked into the transmission fluid, which contributed to the internal damage of the transmission. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was notified of the problem. The approximate failure was 110,000. This problem occurred on January 13, 2013.
#24 - Radiator problem of the 2006 Nissan Pathfinder
The car was a 2006 Nissan Pathfinder. Was unaware of known problem with the radiator when my wife was driving down a busy road and said that the vehicle just wouldn't go. Her speed dropped and she was left on the side of a dark busy road. We got the vehicle to a repair facility and they gave a us a quote and then called a Nissan dealership where they said it was a known problem and gave me a quote. Both quotes ended up being around the same. I wasn't aware that this was a known issue and am upset that it happened to so many other people and I wasn't made aware of it and that Nissan only pushed out the warranty date instead of making a recall. It was Sunday, January 13, 2013 when this radiator issue occurred.
#25 - Radiator problem of the 2008 Nissan Pathfinder
Tl- consumer has a 2008 Nissan Pathfinder. The contact stated that while driving 30 mph, the vehicle stalled and the check engine warning lamp illuminated. The vehicle was taken to the dealer. The technician diagnosed that the coolant and transmission fluids were mixing and as a result, the transmission and radiator needed to be replaced. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. The vehicle was not repaired. The VIN was not available. The failure mileage was 85,000 and the current mileage was 91,000. Kmj. This problem occurred on Dec. 29, 2012.
#26 - Radiator problem of the 2006 Nissan Pathfinder
The VIN of the problem Pathfinder is 5N1AR18W46_. The owner has a 2006 Nissan Pathfinder. The contact stated that while shifting gears, the vehicle vibrated and emitted a strong coolant odor. The vehicle was taken to a private mechanic where it was found that the radiator cracked due to defective material and caused coolant to enter the transmission. The radiator and transmission was replaced. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 91,000 and the current mileage was 97,000. It was 07/01/2012 when this radiator issue happened.
#27 - Radiator problem of the 2005 Nissan Pathfinder
I own a 2005 Nissan Pathfinder. The engine coolant contaminated the transmission fluid because an internal piece broke. The only reason I noticed any issue is the reverse gear began to have trouble engaging. After visiting two mechanics, I had to replace the entire radiator/coolant system and put in a new transmission. Although Nissan has acknowledged this is a common issue, they refused to do anything to help with the situation. Ultimately, this repair cost me upwards of $6000. 00 to repair. This issue happened on Thu., Dec. 22, 2011.
#28 - Radiator problem of the 2007 Nissan Pathfinder
The vehicle is a 2007 Nissan Pathfinder. Pathfinder started hesitating at 40 mph regardless of city or highway driving, had transmission fluid changed and was advised by my mechanic there is a leak from radiator into transmission line, have since then seen transmission fluid a milky color and I cannot drive vehicle with overdrive on, when it drove with od on at about 40 mph there is no shifting of gears. It was 10/03/11 when this radiator issue happened.
#29 - Radiator problem of the 2008 Nissan Pathfinder
The car is a 2008 Nissan Pathfinder. Vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle is 5N1AR18B28_. Radiator leaked into the transmission, both will need to be replaced $4500-4800 fix. This radiator issue occurred Dec. 11, 2012.
#30 - Radiator problem of the 2005 Nissan Pathfinder
My 2005 Nissan Pathfinder suffered a radiator leak which leaked fluid into the transmission. While driving the car the engine started running at a high rpm while the vehicle suddenly lost the ability to drive despite the car running and the gas pedal being depressed. Then the transmission "kicked in" and the car lurched forward until the issue happened again and the car completely broke down on the road. The failure date was 11/06/2012.
#31 - Radiator problem of the 2005 Nissan Pathfinder
Tl- the reporting person owns a 2005 Nissan Pathfinder. While driving approximately 45 mph, the contact depressed the accelerator pedal and noticed the vehicle would not accelerate. After continually applying pressure to the accelerator pedal the vehicle responded. The vehicle was taken to the dealer for diagnostic testing. The technician stated that fluid from the radiator was leaking into the transmission and caused corrosion. The technician stated the transmission and radiator would have to be replaced. There was an investigation under NHTSA action number: dp12004 (power train:automatic transmission: cooling unit and lines) that could have been related to the failure. The vehicle was not repaired. The approximate failure mileage was 139,000. Kmj. It was Friday, Dec. 14, 2012 when this radiator issue occurred.
#32 - Radiator problem of the 2010 Nissan Pathfinder
The car involved was a 2010 Nissan Pathfinder. The VIN of this Pathfinder is 5N1AR1NBXA_. No incident has occurred to date. However, I also do not like gambling with my family and their lives. Our 2010 Nissan Pathfinder is the primary vehicle for my family. The reported issues with failing radiator and transmission must be addressed to prevent loss of life. Nissan recognizes the issue and the best they could do to date is to issue an extended warranty coverage. That is not good enough. Please step in and enforce a safety recall on those vehicles. Prevention is called for in this instance. I have discussed this with Nissan corporate and logged a case number with them. This radiator issue occurred Friday, December 14, 2012.
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#33 - Radiator problem of the 2005 Nissan Pathfinder
The car was a 2005 Nissan Pathfinder. Water in transmission. Transmission/ radiator issues now. $2500 CO-pay to have repaired. This issue happened on 09/01/12.