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Nissan CVT making noise after contamination

I changed de CVT fluid because it had been replaced before with the wrong fluid but still looks pink and sometimes it makes a noise, what can I do?

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WHAT IS THE TRANSMISSION FLUID FOR CVT 2.2 L FWD


it's very special, and if done wrong, dooms the trans-axle
all this is covered, in the FSM
read it in the book and on most cars the CVT has very very
special needs and procedures for changing lube.
some, it must be done a s special temperature. < yes.

ever seen and FSM. (for doing factory service)
it shows all the steps, 1 by 1.
login to alldata.com
the lube is at GM. dealers.
03 VUE
VT25e (cvt made in Hungary)
GM RPM code M75(2WD)/M16(F4WD)
spec, fluid
DEX-CVT and Automatic Transmission Additive
8.53qt
there are 10 service bulletins on this trans-axle
TSBs (read them all)
see the special additive yet>?
quote.
Notice:
Use DEX CVT fluid (P/N 22688912) only. Use of
any fluid other than DEX CVT will
cause internal trans=axle damage.
Important:
Add one unit (10 CC syringe) of DEX CVT additive (P/N 22697447) whenever an unrecoverable loss of fluid occurs during an authorized limited on vehicle repair. Minor fluid
loss, such as minor drips that may occur during the fluid checking procedure, does not require the addition of the additive.
end quote.

here is the actual instructions for replacing VT25e filter and fluid (special)
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You have a CVT in the 2009 Altima so there are no true gears. Any noise you hear could be the belt breaking down or the transmission going belly up. Have you had the fluid changed? If not, I suggest you go to a repair shop and get it done. Nissan CVT are notorious at breaking down and typical cost about 4K USD to repair.

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I have a 2004 R2 - CVT fluid is to be changed every 40,000km. I've changed mine once already. Taking the drain plug out of the transmission pan drains 2-3L. New fluid is added to the CVT 'dipstick' tube, which is just behind the radiator with a black plastic head on the dipstick. A local CVT specialist sold me type NS-2 fluid, which has been working well for 12,000km. I also changed the filter on top of the transmission with a WIX 51365 which my autoparts shop found using the OEM filter part number. Hope this helps!

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I have a 92 honda accord ex my transmission fluid is almost a pink color i drained the fluids out because it was over filled . after going 30 miles my car does not want to accelerate now the car doesnt...


Thanks for choosing FixYa and welcome. Sounds like you may have drained out to much fluid. You need to make sure that it is full because it will do this if it is not. If you are driving on little fluid, it can mess the transmission up. I would recheck the fluid. Make sure you check it on a level lot.

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I just changed my honda element 2005 transmission fluid 2wks ago.I woke up this morning, start the car and put the gear stick to drive but the car will not move.What could be the problem? It is an...


You may need to find out if the transmission has a leak or is a cvt type of transmission.If the vehicle has a cvt transmission and the incorrect fluid type was used can cause major problems.You should contact the facility that performed your service. If the shop that performed your service used the wrong fluid type the liability falls to them for repairs unless you changed fluid because there was an issue already. If it was just maintenance to have serviced the tranny and this is end result definitely contact the repair facility.

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What maintenance should be done for a 2005 ford taurus with 60,000 miles?


Change engine oil and replace oil filter.

Inspect tires for wear and rotate.

Inspect brake pads/shoes/rotors/drums, brake

lines & hoses, and parking brake system.

Inspect wheel ends for endplay and noise.

Inspect engine cooling system and hoses.

Inspect exhaust system and heat shields.

Inspect steering linkage, ball joints, suspension

and, if equipped, half shafts, driveshaft and

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Replace engine air filter.

Replace fuel filter..

Replace cabin air filter, if equipped.

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dealer for your particular requirements.

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