The problem is a large number of the cooler failures have occured after the 80,000 mark and some people have been given the run-around as far as the transmission coverage. Nissan never had issues with their radiators like this, but in the mid-2000's, they had problems with the cooler in the Pathfinder/Xterra/Frontiers and the bottom radiator tank in the Titans. Calsonic dropped the ball and made a defective product for Nissan. Nissan should have stepped up a lot earlier and recalled the radiators but chose to put off the issue and deny a problem until the media, social networking sites and consumer groups got involved and then came out with their extended warranty and still pretty much admitted to it being a serious issue. That's bad business practice and not a way to sway a buyer into replacing their $35000+ Pathfinder with another Nissan product in the future. I hope the NHTSA forces Nissan to do what it should have done in the first place!