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By critical2 on
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2006 Nissan Maxima 3.5 SE 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 5A)
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Guys this problem is easy to fix. I have a 2006 maxima and had the same problems with the tranny as everyone else here described. All you have to do is change your 3 linear solenoids in your valve body to so new after market ones made by a company called Rostra. it cost $240.00 for the parts and roughly 300 for labor. My are runs perfectly, just like new and that's all I did. You will be very satisfied with the results. Best,
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Fix faulty valve body once and for all
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By flynd
on 11/26/13 19:48 PM (PST)

I am assuming this is whatyou are refering to http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/AW55-50SN-55-51SN-AF33-NEW-LINEAR-SOLENOID-KIT-ROSTRA-EQUINOX-MAXIMA-VOLVO-99404-/200924711248?pt=Motors_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&hash=item2ec80bc950

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By pnoonan01
on 09/09/13 04:34 AM (PDT)

I'm having the same problem. Do you have those part #'s ?? I'd like to give it a try.

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By flynd
on 11/26/13 19:38 PM (PST)

Did you do it your self? can the selenoids be replaced with the valve body still in the transmission? or does the valve body have to be removed to facilitate the installation of the selenoids?

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