Engine replacement needed!!!

Faults and Technical chat for the Nissan Pulsar
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Post by type-r »

Thanks for the heads-up. I'm planning driving less than 2k miles per year in my next car. Still hoping to get a Pulsar Tekna but am restricted to getting an Auto box (wifey's one request). CVT also seems to have issues (read several topics on it when looking at the Juke). Once the semi-auto box goes which again seems to be another known problem, it needs to be replaced/rebuilt by a specialist.

Why can't they build cars like my old Honda CRX? About the only thing that used to go wrong with that car was an occasional dizzy replacement. Just change the oil regularly and you'd be good to go. Years of hassle-free motoring.

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