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Just standard ATF, Not type F. Actually I have heard you can use any Tranny fluid in Non Ford models but can only use Type F fluid in Ford model vehicles. I used to use type F in my MOPAR with Performance engine and Tranny with no problems. But if you are worried then use ATF or ATF+4 fluid and you should be fine.
Sounds like one of the CV axles broke and it is trying to spin inside the joint. Only fix for that is to buy a new CV axle. Most auto parts stores should carry them. The part is about $50-80 and should take about 30mins-1hr for most people with the proper tools.
Operate engine until reaching operating temperature.
Turn OFF engine.
Remove the drain plug.
Drain the transmission fluid into a suitable container.
Install drain plug.
Torque to: 22-29 lb-ft. (29-39 Nm)
Refill fluid to specified level.
Fluid Type Specifications
4 Speed Automatic Transmission - Nissan Matic "D"
5 Speed Automatic Transmission - Nissan Matic "K" NOTE: Using Automatic Transmission fluid other than Genuine Nissan ATF will cause deterioration in driveability and automatic transmission durability, and may damage the automatic transmission, which is not covered by the NISSAN new vehicle limited warranty