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2009 370z 7AT transmission issues?

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Hey guys, is anyone else having problems with their automatic transmission? My car seems to have rough gear changes and there's a delay in acceleration when smashing the throttle. Using it in manual mode drives absolutely fine. Any tips? TIA. Sent from my SM-N915G using Tapatalk

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Unfortunately its a common thing for auto Z's man.

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Have you tried re-setting the ECU?

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Have you tried re-setting the ECU?

Yes I have Sent from my SM-N915G using Tapatalk

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Mine is the same with the initial delay. Even after tuning. I think that's just how it is. Noticeably better in Manual mode as well

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I find that it is indecisive too when I drive it like an old lady to conserve fuel.

If you drive it with a little heavier throttle than usual on take offs it seems to become more responsive to your input and run smoother, I feel as if the car hates being driven slow.

An ECU reset temporarily eases the behavior but it will return. My remedy, leave it in M mode and drive the thing like its meant to be driven.

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I've taken it to the Nissan dealer twice so far and they find no problems. Its frustrating! Sent from my SM-N915G using Tapatalk

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Do any of you guys have forced induction on your 7AT Z?

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