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Re: Kizashi Recall (Shifting out of Park issue for Automatics)

PostPosted:Fri Sep 25, 2015 3:13 am
by delusional29
So is it worth it?

Re: Kizashi Recall (Shifting out of Park issue for Automatics)

PostPosted:Sat Sep 26, 2015 1:12 am
by n8dogg
delusional29 wrote:So is it worth it?


If you never have it done you probably wouldn't ever know the difference. Do only for peace of mind I guess. What's the worse that could happen? I dunno, but they're paying for the fix now so hopefully I'll never have to experience any problems with it down the road. It must have been a problem somewhere to create a recall.
It's a pretty simple fix, should be "in and out". Yes, they managed to goof it up on their first attempt to fix it but when I returned it they corrected it right away and it has been fine ever since.

Re: Kizashi Recall (Shifting out of Park issue for Automatics)

PostPosted:Fri Mar 02, 2018 9:17 pm
by WIKizashi
Got my 10th notice for this in the mail yesterday, lol! :mrgreen: :drive: Can't fault them for being persistent, I guess.

Re: Kizashi Recall (Shifting out of Park issue for Automatics)

PostPosted:Sat Mar 03, 2018 2:56 pm
by Ronzuki
WIKizashi wrote:Got my 10th notice for this in the mail yesterday, lol! :mrgreen: :drive: Can't fault them for being persistent, I guess.


Ditto, yesterday, both SX4 and the Kiz. Pass.

Re: Kizashi Recall (Shifting out of Park issue for Automatics)

PostPosted:Wed Mar 14, 2018 2:38 pm
by z06jeff
WIKizashi wrote:Got my 10th notice for this in the mail yesterday, lol! :mrgreen: :drive: Can't fault them for being persistent, I guess.

Got my 10th notice last week. I made an appointment to have it done this Saturday. (I guess 10th time's a charm) Actually, my wife has complained twice in as many months that she had trouble shifting out of park. My hope is that the process of replacing the shifter plate will reveal something, or maybe the adjustment of the new plate will remedy her issue? For free, it's worth a shot.