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What type brake fluid neededd for nissan maxima 2003

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bleed the brakes and see if it goes away.

if you add fluid as your brakes wore down when they compressed the calipers in the fluid pushes back into the reservoir causing it to overfill.
is it leaking out the top?or from where the lines connect? do they feel spongy?your breaks shouldn't grab per say you have anti lock brakes so you should get a pulsation when you hit them hard. if you have a leak in the reservoir you could have sucked in some air.causing a loss of hydraulic pressure.have you noticed your fluid level drop significantly? hope i helped you figure it out or gave you some kinda clue.

Posted on Apr 23, 2009

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If your not able to shift into any gear that means your clutch is not engage/disengaging. Check for fluid leaks, you said topped off and fluid levels were low? It sounds like you have a Slave cylinder or master cylinder leak, if its leaking its bet to replace both.

Posted on Apr 27, 2009

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SOURCE: 97 Nissan Maxima. Where do I fill Transmission Fluid?

The dipstick is where you fill it =) (lol) use a funnel too, otherwise you will stain your garage floor.

Posted on Mar 18, 2010

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