Question about 1990 Nissan 240SX
I would have the transmission fluid and filter changed. Make sure that the shop loosens the valvebody bolts to allow the converter and valvebody to drain, This will expel an extra 2-3 quarts of fluid from the transmission. MAKE SURE THEY ONLY USE ATF+4!!! Very IMPORTANT. Retorque the valvebody to 18 in/lbs and adjust the front and rear bands as specified in the service manual. Also have them check the throttle valve cable adjustment as this is a MAJOR cause of slippage and transmission failure if not adjusted properly. good luck
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