Nissan Murano Transmission Problems & Cost | RE0F09A | RE0F10A CVT

The Nissan Murano was equipped with the RE0F09A, the RE0F09B and most recently later models have the RE0F10A CVT transmission. But they aren’t without their problems though, so let’s look at some of the most common Nissan Murano transmission problems, look at cost estimates and figure out what you can do about them.

Need a replacement transmission? Get an estimate for replacement transmissions and local installation. Look up your transmission model by vehicle make and model.

What Transmission Do I Have?

Nissan Murano Transmission Models

Nissan Murano: RE0F09A Transmission
Nissan Murano: RE0F09B Transmission
Nissan Murano: RE0F10A CVT Transmission

Nissan Murano Transmission Replacement Cost Estimate

Pricing varies by model. To be 100% sure on pricing, have your VIN# handy and use our Get An Estimate feature to look up your transmission by VIN#.

Replacement Nissan Murano CVT Transmission Prices:

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What are the DTC codes related to Nissan Murano transmission problems?

Trouble CodeDescription
U1000Cannot Communicate with TCM / Class 2 Communications Failure
U0402Invalid Data Received From Transmission Control Module
P0703Torque Converter/Brake Switch B Circuit
P0705Transmission Range Sensor Circuit Malfunction (PRNDL Input)
P0710Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor Circuit
P0714Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor Circuit Intermittent P0715
P0715Input/Turbine Speed Sensor Circuit
P0720Output Speed Sensor Circuit
P0725Engine Speed Input Circuit
P0730Incorrect Gear Ratio
P0740Torque Converter Clutch Circuit Malfunction
P0744Torque Converter Clutch Circuit Intermittent
P0745Pressure Control Solenoid 'A'
P0746Pressure Control Solenoid 'A' Performance or Stuck Off
P0776Pressure Control Solenoid 'B' Performance or Stuck Off
P0778Pressure Control Solenoid 'B' Electrical
P0840Transmission Fluid Pressure Sensor/Switch “A”
P0841Transmission Fluid Pressure Sensor/Switch “A” Circuit Range/Performance
P0845Transmission Fluid Pressure Sensor/Switch “B” Circuit
P0868Transmission Fluid Pressure Low
P1705Nissan DTC: Throttle Position Sensor Circuit Malfunction

Nissan Murano Transmission Recalls

None Found

Nissan Murano Technical Service Bulletins (TSB)

None Found

Common Nissan Murano Transmission Problems

Vehicle will not move forward when the shifter is placed in the Drive position – RE0F10A CVT transmission
Problem – After placing the vehicle in Drive, it may refuse to move as if the transmission is slipping or cannot engage forward gear.
Solution – The problem could be as simple as low CVT fluid or a failed speed sensor. However it can also be failed transmission pump or forward clutch.

Lack of Response
Leaking Fluid
Low Fluid
Burning Smell
Grinding or Shaking
Whining, Clunking or Humming
Refuses to Go Into Gear
Torque Converter Issues
Valve Body Issues
Transmission Noisy in Neutral
Gears Slipping
No 3rd or 4th Gear
No 1st or 2nd Gear
No Reverse
Dragging Clutch
Trouble Codes / Check Engine Light

Can I drive with a transmission problem?

If your Nissan Murano can still make it up and down the road, you might say “It’s fine, I’ll just drive it until I can get it fixed”. But that is not always a good idea, depending on the symptoms. You see, there are a lot of (very expensive) moving parts inside of a transmission, and if something isn’t right, continuing to drive with a transmission problem could damage something else.

How often does a Nissan Murano transmission need to be replaced?

The overall lifespan of a Nissan Murano transmission largely depends on how well it was maintained. Factory design flaws also factor into this equation, along with how/how hard you drive. But on average, we’ve seen the Nissan Murano transmission last for between 130,000-180,000 miles. A high quality replacement transmission however, can last considerably longer if all of the factory design flaws have been addressed and the vehicle has been maintained.

How are Nissan Murano transmission issues diagnosed?

It is fairly easy to guesstimate what the root cause of your Nissan Murano transmission problems might be, but you won’t truly know unless you have the right tools and experience. A good mechanic or transmission repair center will be able to connect your truck to a computer and find out which diagnostic trouble codes (DTC’s) have been stored. Once they know what to look for, they can perform a visual inspection to verify the problem.

How is a Nissan Murano transmission replaced?

In order to replace your Nissan Murano transmission, the truck has to be lifted from the ground in order to gain access to all of the parts that will need to be unbolted. Then the transmission can be lowered to the ground (typically with a transmission jack), so the new transmission can be installed. Once it is in place, for the 6L80, the vehicle PCM will have to be reprogrammed / reflashed to accept the new transmission using the latest GM subscription.

Recommendations for Nissan Murano transmission issues?

To save time and get back on the road faster, have your 17-digit truck VIN# handy and you can get an online quote for a reman Nissan Murano transmission here, then find a local shop using our Find a Shop guide to install it for you.

How to Solve Nissan Murano Transmission Problems

Solution A: Buy a Used Nissan Murano Transmission

The quickest way to fix your transmission problems is to simply buy a used transmission or used transmission. These can be found at most junk yards, and they often come with a 30-90 day warranty. However, there’s no way to determine the actual condition of the internal components, so you could be spending a bunch of money to have the exact same problems. Plus, that warranty only covers the transmission if it’s defective, not the labor costs that you’ll have to pay.

Solution B: Buy a Rebuilt Nissan Murano Transmission

Another option would be a rebuilt transmission or rebuilt transmission. A local repair shop will remove your transmission, then install a bunch of new parts during the rebuild. The problem here is, the skills and experience of each transmission rebuilder will vary widely from shop to shop, so you could have problems from something that wasn’t adjusted properly. And the 1-2 year warranty might only cover you at certain transmission repair shops, in a specific geographical area.

Solution C: Buy a Remanufactured Nissan Murano Transmission

Need a replacement transmission? Get an estimate for replacement transmissions and local installation. Look up your transmission model by vehicle make and model.

What Transmission Do I Have?

Many owners depend on their vehicle to commute and get things done. Their gasoline engines are designed to go 100’s of thousands of miles, so it makes sense to invest in a remanufactured transmission.

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Aldo
4 months ago

Hi I own a 2013 Nissan Murano SV with 110 k miles, there is a sound like trrr noice coming from the transmission when moving forward, It is not loud but it is audible at up to 50 mph, no lights or codes showing and there are no failures whatsoever Or shaking.

But I am afraid that the noise in time might become a bigger problem.
The location of the noise was identified By the mechanic.

Anthony
7 months ago

Have a 2011 murano with 76000 miles transmission and engine signal came on went to dealer of course can’t do anything till Monday they said it is trans does Nissan cover anything I know it’s a 2011 but only 76000 stuck here in Oklahoma City nice place but we were on our way to Boulder City NV I guess just because your heading to Vegas doesn’t mean you will have great luck any info would be greatly appreciated

Paul
11 months ago

Where are you located in ilorin,have you fix CVT transmission problem?

Whitney T
1 year ago

I have a 2013 SLV Nissan Murano that had <80,000 miles and the transmission went out on it. Now, <4,000 miles later the starter and battery went out. I understand the second issue but seems like a manufacturering issue to me. Thoughts?

Barry
1 year ago

The CVT in my 2005 Murano finally gave it up at the 150,000 mile mark. But I’m not complaining. The last two Chevy Suburbans we have owned both required a new transmissions around 120,000 miles. Drive conditions and usage was about the same between the Murano and the Suburbans. Go figure.

Mike
1 year ago

I’m looking at a 2010 Nissan Murano with 207,000 miles is that to many miles should I buy it

Eddy Pensier
1 year ago
Reply to  Mike

Just sold my 2010 Nissan Murano a few months ago with 180000 to my mechanic because the radiator exploded. He sold it as is to someone else. The transmission went shortly afterwards. I would not buy a high mileage Murano with original transmission. Way too expensive to repair.

Senyo
1 year ago
Reply to  Eddy Pensier

Get a Toyota. Stay away from Nissan . I have 101000 on my Murano 2013 and the transmission went on me. The lift gate also will not open. Sucks.

Steve O.
1 year ago
Reply to  Senyo

my 2013 Murano SV AWD, the trans crapped out at 106,000, and I also have problems with the lift gate. Nice looking vehicle, but wondering if I should spend the $4k or just by a new suv?

Mike Giffin
1 year ago

I have a 2007 Nissan Murano a couple of days ago the transmission will only shift in first and reverse not 2nd and 3rd today I drained the transmission fluid strained it through a strainer put the transmission fluid back in and it shifted fine for about 45 minutes now it is back to doing the same thing only first gear

H
2 years ago

Why are these problems popping up, does NISSAN tests all their vehicles before putting out in the market?

CP
2 years ago
Reply to  H

Because of CVT transmission designs never being meant to take the stress of a V6. GM never got it to work right on anything over a low powered 4 cylinder.

Phillip
2 years ago

I have a 2010 Nissan murano transmission started leaking an I think its internal its leaking right where the breath hole is what do I do

Candice
3 years ago

It’s definitely the transmission. Just had the same thing Happen to me. If your under 120k Nissan will cover it.

Victor C
1 year ago
Reply to  Candice

Is that on any year Nissan with 120.000 or less miles.

Tad
1 year ago
Reply to  Victor C

Does Nissan cover 2007 if it is under 120,000

Anthony
7 months ago
Reply to  Victor C

I have a 2011 murano Sv 76000 miles trans problem have to wait till Monday for them to look at it no service open after 5 stuck here in Oklahoma City on way to nv does Nissan cover anything I know it’s a 2011

Senyo
1 year ago
Reply to  Candice

Yes, but you have to be servicing with Nissan to get that covered.

julia mcgovern
1 year ago
Reply to  Senyo

Mine just went out at 102k. They only coverd 50% Im paying out 2500. plus rental car.. There a joke..

Innocent
3 years ago

Hi, good day, I have a Nissan primera 2006 with cvt and it got bad. The car could not move when on drive only moved on reverse. So I got another uses one. After fixing it won’t run more than 80kph. That’s the highest it can go. And it appears it’s stuck in gear 3. What can I do. I have given it to 3 service centers and they can’t seam to know what the problem is. Pls help me out.

Gear man fate road ilorin
2 years ago
Reply to  Innocent

Were are you located ask for gear specialist

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