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Date Registered: 07-2017
TOTAL POSTS: 5
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Torque converter oil


Hi guys,
Am changing the Tranny on my 2008 t31. Am also replacing the torque converter just in case it`s faulty. ..Got a 2nd hand tranny & converter. How can I check converter oil level ?Do I need to put oil in the converter ?
If so ..How much ? What type ? Sorry for so many questions..
Cheers Paul
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Date Registered: 10-2015
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Re: Torque converter oil


You can use Penrite CVT V oil .
Sorry I can not help with other questions.
8.6 litres total capacity

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Bazz T31 08 2010 Xtrail ST-L
4Wd CVT
Petrol 2.5
Melbourne
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Date Registered: 07-2015
TOTAL POSTS: 148
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Re: Torque converter oil


When I was in the trade years ago, if it was a new unit, we'd put a litre of oil in the torque converter so it wasn't dry on start up. If it's second hand there's oil already in there. The quantity of oil may be less if its a small converter. This may not be necessary, but we always did it. Then put the rest in the transmission. Maybe 5 litres to start with, and then continue checking and topping up the oil as required until it is at the correct level. If you put it in all at once it may overflow. Once the engine starts, the oil pump in the transmission pumps the oil into the converter.

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2010 T31 Cvt STL
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