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I have a nissan serena with a cvt transmission gearbox and the gearbox is recomended to cvt ns-1 fluid ,where i am its only cvt general can i use it?

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dexron 3 .
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Nissan Murano gear doesn't change which makes it impoosible to drive> What can I do?

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ouch. since it's a Prairie and not a Murano i'm not sure but the Murano in US has a warranty to 120k miles on the CVT. Check your dealer if they offer that where you are

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I have a Nissan Serena 2003 model with CVT gearbox. It wount engage 1,2 when moving in low speed, or uphill.when behaving this way, its fails to reverse,or reverse in difficulty.


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2001 nissan serena 4wd the cvt transimission acts up especially when going u a grade it changes into low grade and stays i have to turn off car and wait a bit and sometimes when moving off the transmission...


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