JX35 Denied Recall After 7-Month Transmission Leak Investigation

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Following a seven-month investigation into leaking transmissions NHTSA has ordered a recall ... just not for Infiniti. Sorry to bury the lead there. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration opened the investigation after complaints about leaking transmission fluid. The initial investigation included the 2013 Infiniti JX, but Nissan says only the Pathfinder needs to be recalled.

The problem is the internal oil cooler hose detaches from the cooler, causing the transmission leak. That's something worth noting for JX35 owners who have this problem at a later date.

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