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Old 04-27-2007, 11:30 AM
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Default Hello everyone! CVT problem P0746+P1700+P1720

I drove my 2003 Murano (103K) today and it went to limp mode. I parked it. MIL light came on with above codes. When I restarted the Murano the MIL light was still on and Murano was acting normally - full power. I cleared the codes and it is OK now. Any sugestion please.
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Old 05-02-2007, 08:26 AM
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You should check the CVT trans fluid level and condition first. I recommend to check the fluid, change it if necessary, and wait if the problem reoccurs before replacing any parts.
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Old 09-12-2009, 04:24 PM
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I have a murano 2003, when I her(it) handle and last a few minutes her(it) leading normally the only(unique) thing that has the lus of checkup lit and he(she) me presents the siguentes codes p0720, p0746,1700, p1720, p1574, p1212 at the time after a few minutes she(it) loses quite the power of acceleration, in order that she(it) returns to the normality often I have to extinguish and return to ignite that you recommend to me to do it, for that they say to me that I have to change the transmicion and the truth is very costly
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Old 08-07-2015, 02:29 AM
Manoochehr Manoochehr is offline
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Dear Sir/Modem
One month ago my Murano went into limp mode and threw a P0746 code.
After I parked, it will not move any more, the engine just dies when I put it in gear. I cleared the code but the CVT still is dead. Has anyone been through this?? I was wondering if anyone has had this problem and had it fixed
I am mechanical engineering and I have Work shop,I repair the CVT:
1-change the valve body
2-change the oil pump & friction plate &steel plat(oil pump is damage)
3- change the both pulley &belt
4- check the female plug
5- change the TCM
but I don't solve the problem when the temperature oil is down you drive the car and when the temperature is up you don't move
please,answer me by email:
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Old 12-13-2016, 03:59 AM
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I have a Nissan Liberty. The problem is it cannot switch into the traveling speed gear, it has no power what is the problem I am now tired of the problem. The faulty code is P1720 what should I do.?
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Old 01-21-2020, 07:17 PM
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Default 2003 murano p1700 code

i was told that this code is a transmission cylonidcan anyone tell me how hard it is to change this part and where it is located at thank you
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