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Posted by Anonymous on
12 quarts of ATF, if it's a automatic, including the converter
Posted on Jul 05, 2017
Ya. We had the oil shop change fluid $150. (force flushed). They under filled it by a 1 qt 1/2.
Then my son over filled it. Tranny died 4 months later.
Prior to that he drove in a rain storm flood and the nissan has a rediculas air intake dpwn by bumper caused water into cylinders. By a miracle the engine stoped but did not break internally.
Hate the industry. .
Posted on Jul 05, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The cleaning is by flushing. DO NOT LET THEM FLUSH YOUR TRANNY! It will do nothing but damage the tranny.
For as fluid. the 3.2 quarts is if you dont drain the torque converter. If you drain the converter then it will take about 14 to 16 quarts.
The reason i say do not let them flush the tranny is because they force the fluid backwards through the system and that will damage it. Also if the tranny is almost on its last "leg" and you may not know it. Then all that will do is speed the process up.
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
At the bottom of your transmission there is a large square/rectangular pan (depends which trans you have). Have a large drain pan to catch 5 to 9 liters/quarts of transmission fluid. Undo all of the retainer bolts and carefully lower the pan (this can get messy for the unexperienced) .
In some cases the rear transmission mount may need to be undone and the rear of the trans lifted to allow clearance for the pan to be slid past the crossmember.
Replace the trans filter too!
Posted on Oct 31, 2009
You didn't state what size engine you have.
The 2.2 engine----- 6.9 qts.
The 2.3 engine-----7.4 qts.
The 2.4 is 7.4 qts.
The 3.1 is 7.4 qts.
The 3.4 is 6.9 qts.
These are the capacities for refilling after being drained.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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