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Old 05-27-2016, 05:06 AM   #1
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Maxima pulls to the right when shifting

My 2000 Maxima snatches to the right when shifting into high gear under acceleration. Is this a transmission problem? Sometimes it's not too bad, other times it can be dangerous.
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Re: Maxima pulls to the right when shifting

I'd be looking at engine and transmission mounts for worn/broken, also check control arm bushings for excessive wear. Even worn ball joints and steering linkage can cause these issues.
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Re: Maxima pulls to the right when shifting

also check the cv axles
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