Question about Nissan Sentra
Start vehicle,add fluid until FULL cold mark,raise vehicle in the air,and look for the point of origin of the leak.If the trans is dirty,grimey,greasey,or wet with fluid everywhere to where you can't determine the point of origin of the leak,then clean it thoroughly with spray cans of brake cleaner to degrease and clean it well.Now,start the vehicle again,let it run,raise vehicle back in the air,and LOOK with a light for the point of origin where the fluid is coming from.If you see a drop low on the trans,follow it back up,because it ran down from somewhere.Thats it.You could always have 2 and 3 minor leaks too,at the same time,so just keep that in mind.If leaking from the pan,install a new pan gasket,if leaking from a cooler line,repair the line,etc.
Posted on Jul 26, 2008
How do you fix a transmission leak on 2002 nissan maxima?
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
OK if its the pan gasket, it wouldn't hurt to change it. probably due for a change anyhow. It may or may not help with the OD problem but fresh oil is a plus.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
Those are your transmission cooling lines. Buy them and replace them.
When you install them, take your time...don't be in a rush.
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
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