I own a 2004 Nissan Titan and on New Years eve, I had a hose that broke and I lost all my transmission fluid. I got it fixed right away and they said I lost every drip of fluid. In the next few weeks after I started to notice my transmission slipping. I first took it to Lokey Nissan in Clearwater and the guy there was no help at all and didn't even listen to me. I then went to four transmission places. The last one I went to showed me this bulletin It's TSB NTB05-022a (August 1, 2005) and is for:
04-05 Titan (A60)
2004-2005 Armada (TA60)
I can not look it up online, but mechanics can. I do have a print out of it. It basically says that the transmission cooler line has been known to leak and to replace the hose and hose clamps. I went to the place that fixed it on New Years and showed them the bulletin and they said that it was the same hose that they replaced.
I then proceeded to look up on Google Nissan Titan transmission line leaks and found a bunch of people with the same issues. I even read one that wrote almost word for word on what happen to me, but his caught fire
Two people from Nissan both told me that a Bulletin is only turned into a recall if enough people complain about the issue.
I spoke to a Stephanie from Nissan and she said that there is nothing they can do about it. I asked to speak to someone above her and she said she is the highest there is.
I just do not understand how if Nissan knew about this issue why they didn't put out a recall or at least let Titan and Armada owners know to get it fixed. Nissan now wants $4000 to fix it.