I already reviewed the regular 2007 Sentra, and that model is mostly unchanged for 2008. Finish the procedure by completing Step 3 from Section 1. You must use new bolts for this, because they're self sealing bolts. Then they refilled using Amsoil synthetic around 14 quarts and a bottle of Lubeguard. LarryT, Say you drained and filled 4 times.
Where it falls short is in meeting its performance potential. Use a funnel to replace that same amount of new fluid to the transmission through the dipstick tube, located beneath the hood. Pour the old fluid from inside of the transmission pan into the drip pan. Install a new filter and replace the bolts and nut in their original locations. Replace the Transmission Fluid and the Fluid Filter Re4f04 Models Complete Steps 1 and 2 from Section 1.
You may use a lint free cloth soaked in solvent if needed. Align the new gasket onto the fluid pan and reinstall the fluid pan onto the transmission. Take care not to bend or damage the fluid pan. Make sure it comes out of the transmission when you remove the filter. ? Safely support the vehicle with wheel blocks and jack stands.
Do parts shops have these or do I have to go to the dealer? Same fluid for 4 times or different. Densetsu wrote: Well, I'll be damned. If the fluid reaches the fill line on the dipstick, do not add more fluid. If the connection at the transmission is easily accessible I would disconnect there. Tighten the bolts to 5 to 6 foot pounds. Or should I replace the filter, which makes me a bit more nervous as I've never done anything like this before.
As transmission fluid becomes older, it thickens and is less effective as a cooling agent and lubricating base for the gears of your transmission. Any clarification would help me to get mine clean when do it. These are different lengths, so pay attention to their locations as you remove them. Remove the control valve body, oil strainer plate bolts and the separator plate. Engines and transmissions must be installed between the warranty period. The Spec V model can be specified with a helical limited-slip differential for those who want to make the most of its high-performance potential. Place a jack stand next to each tire on the inner portion of the car's body.
There isnt that much room underneath the Path. Thats definitely worth the money in my opinion. Lock the emergency brake all the way to the floor of your car. It does have a very short metal tube, which has a click lock cap. Position a new gasket on the fluid pan and install the pan onto the transmission.
Set your drip pan under the transmission pan's plug. If there isn't a drain plug, continue to Step 3. Put the pan on the transmission and replace the bolts. Start the engine and let it idle for a few minutes. Got a pail from the paint section at the hardware store with the measurement markings on it for draining. Remove the jack stands so that you can lower your car with the jack.
Add sufficient fluid if needed. Install a New Filter and Fresh Transmission Fluid Push the filter tube back into the mounting boss, making sure it's sealed. This plus virtually the same transmission plus almost 400 pounds more curb weight equals a less spirited launch. Otherwise, replace the dipstick, close the hood and shut off the engine. Send Joe an Hide full review. This probably sounds more complicated than it is.
Otherwise, the drain and refill is a one person job and takes 15 minutes including clean up. I already reviewed the regular 2007 Sentra, and that model is mostly unchanged for 2008. It really does make the truck shift a whole lot smoother also! Run your engine during the remainder of the fluid replacement process. Reinstall the fluid pan with a new gasket. U basically spent a few bucks for them to do the work.
Disconnect the fill port cap by unscrewing it. If you need your level checked, you should take it to your Nissan Dealership for service. Figured why not, I cant even buy the fluid for that. Place your funnel into the fill port's opening. I was planning on having them do it this week.