Automatic transmission no upshift

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Asked by Apr 02, 2016 at 03:05 AM about the 2005 Nissan Pulsar

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hi,

The automatic transmission of my Nissan N16 acts weird sometimes. Sometimes it does not shift to the higher gears. And when it happens when I try to start the engine O/D off indicator flashes for about 15 times. Also when it happens, if I turn on the turn signals, they blink very rapidly than the normal blink rate?

Any ideas on what the problem is?

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What I forgot to mention is that all the turn signal bulbs are working fine. Fast blinking of turn signals comes when the transmission is not working properly only. Also a mechanic plugged in the scan tool and there were no error codes. He said may be the problem is due to an electrical fault.

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hi, did you find out the solution? I got the same problem with my N16 ST...but anyway if it happens the revs going up and no up shift anymore...so I take it in neutral and start the engine again (even if I`m still rolling) ...so after the engine is restart and you go in drive mode again everything is fine again for a while...My guess to there is an electric issue. If you got any advise already please let me know.

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GuruB11D2 cheers buddy, Seams ok for now, stop engine and restart while rolling seemed to reset mine N16.

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