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Old 01-06-2019, 07:24 AM
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Question Has my Rogue got Gremlins?

Its a 2017. Its got 4,694 miles on it. We were driving back on a 2.5 hour trip, slightly wet conditions. The slick road/ traction control icon came on. Transmission suddenly shifted out of gear. Slowed down and it seemed normal for a while. Shortly later it shifted down going level, not under acceleration, three gears and rapid slowing. I turned on the "traction control Off" button on the dash. Squiggly line warning stayed on even though traction control off icon lit up. Took transmission out of Economy mode into sport mode. Revs stayed high, would not shift into high gear. Accelerator would not respond until depressed halfway. Made it home. Next day the squiggly line warning was gone. It shifted normally, accelerated normally. However I noticed the Blind spot warning wasn't working. Went into the menu and found that it had turned itself off. Turned it on and it worked normally. Read the error codes and found P17F0 but no juddering in transmission. Has my car got Gremlins? Maybe cars are just too smart for their own good nowadays.
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