I have been having all kinds of issues with what I believe to be my CVT for the last 8 months or so. I cannot get any help from the dealership. I have been trying to show them information and videos that I found on the internet. My car is BACK in the shop again as of Wednesday and I took my own videos this time along with providing them with the NTB14002 (Nissan Tech Bulletin) information regarding the installation of a cooling kit to protect against going into fail safe/limp mode. I haven't heard back from them yet, 2 days later. The "Check Engine Light" comes on, and they keep telling me that the code error that keeps coming back is related to low battery voltage and that all they need to do is charge the battery and everything will be fine. They refuse to acknowledge any other issues because they cannot replicate the issue. I have told them repeatedly that unless they intend to take my car on an extended road trip, drive it on a lot of hills or during extended high temperatures, that they will not be able to replicate it on their trip around the block. I do not know what else to do to get them to listen and correct the problem. I have actual footage of my car malfunctioning. Oh, and by the way, I'm a female...any suggestions here? I need to get this resolved. My car is almost not drivable most of the time now. And I definitely cannot take any road trips. It's a 2012 Nissan Juke SL and has about 88,000 miles on it. It's crazy what happens. One minute, the gas is all the way to the floor and the tach won't go above 3, and the speed doesn't go above 50mph and there's NO torque or power at all. The next minute, the RPM's are up so high, up into 5 and 6 and still can't get above 60 mph...and it sounds like it's going to blow up! But, if I stop and turn the car off for 5 minutes or so, it's like everything resets, cools down, goes back to normal like nothing ever happened! CVT Poltergeist!!!!