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FleurToxique 04-09-2019 08:23 AM

My 2013 Versa SV lawn chair
 
I bought a '13 Versa brand new.
She has been my portal to adventure and numerous nomadic experiences, at times my only access to freedom and safety, and above all, she's my beep-beep.
But, now she has become my move expensive lawn chair.

Here's the problem - trying to accelerate, the RPM will go up to 4,000 - 5,000, but the car will only go a maximum speed of 20 MPH.
The idling RPM is between 1,000 & 1,500; upon starting it will be around 1,500, then it will "level out" to 1,000.
Now, the battery is dead, we jumped it once and it seemed fine. Then it died again, and now it won't hold a charge.

This is the link to my "New Member" post, it has a little more info and links to videos of the issues. Any ideas?!
If so, is this something that I could probably fix on my own?

https://www.nissanversaforums.com/#/topics/42876

Thanks! xoxo

pimperell 04-09-2019 02:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by FleurToxique (Post 288042)
I bought a '13 Versa brand new.
She has been my portal to adventure and numerous nomadic experiences, at times my only access to freedom and safety, and above all, she's my beep-beep.
But, now she has become my move expensive lawn chair.

Here's the problem - trying to accelerate, the RPM will go up to 4,000 - 5,000, but the car will only go a maximum speed of 20 MPH.
The idling RPM is between 1,000 & 1,500; upon starting it will be around 1,500, then it will "level out" to 1,000.
Now, the battery is dead, we jumped it once and it seemed fine. Then it died again, and now it won't hold a charge.

This is the link to my "New Member" post, it has a little more info and links to videos of the issues. Any ideas?!
If so, is this something that I could probably fix on my own?

https://www.nissanversaforums.com/#/topics/42876

Thanks! xoxo

As I stated in my last reply, if you can get the car to one of the auto parts supply stores, they can test your alternator FOR FREE to make sure it is performing properly. With a battery that is DEAD, and not knowing if the alternator is functioning, there is NO way to insure that the electronics in the car are getting the proper voltage to operate normally.

TechGuy8 04-09-2019 05:42 PM

You have CVT issue. Nissan calls it limp mode. CVT will switch to limp mode to protect itself when it is too hot. Google "Nissan limp mode'
Take it in ASAP to check whether warranty is still covered.

amc49 04-09-2019 10:08 PM

Rule #1 if you want to not ruin the battery on a car that sits. YANK A BATTERY CABLE.

FleurToxique 04-11-2019 11:06 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by pimperell (Post 288050)
Quote:

Originally Posted by FleurToxique (Post 288042)
I bought a '13 Versa brand new.
She has been my portal to adventure and numerous nomadic experiences, at times my only access to freedom and safety, and above all, she's my beep-beep.
But, now she has become my move expensive lawn chair.

Here's the problem - trying to accelerate, the RPM will go up to 4,000 - 5,000, but the car will only go a maximum speed of 20 MPH.
The idling RPM is between 1,000 & 1,500; upon starting it will be around 1,500, then it will "level out" to 1,000.
Now, the battery is dead, we jumped it once and it seemed fine. Then it died again, and now it won't hold a charge.

This is the link to my "New Member" post, it has a little more info and links to videos of the issues. Any ideas?!
If so, is this something that I could probably fix on my own?

https://www.nissanversaforums.com/#/topics/42876

Thanks! xoxo

As I stated in my last reply, if you can get the car to one of the auto parts supply stores, they can test your alternator FOR FREE to make sure it is performing properly. With a battery that is DEAD, and not knowing if the alternator is functioning, there is NO way to insure that the electronics in the car are getting the proper voltage to operate normally.

Problem is that I can't get it to an auto parts store. Where I live at is outside the city limits and kinda rural, and I don't have the equipment to tow it.

Alan_nc 04-11-2019 11:28 PM

Yes it is probable 'limp mode' but a '13 is past the warranty. (5 years, 60,000 miles).

Which leaves you with a trans problem. I suggest you start checking prices for a trans from salvage yards....and install prices if you not real good with auto work. Most of the auto parts stores do have exchange setups with rebuilders. Remember the trans probably needs to be the same year as yours as they made changes almost every year.


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