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Date Registered: 10-2006
Location: Montrose,Vic
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Hi Tiny Tech, I have changed the auto fluid at each 10,000 km service. It has been done twice now and is going to get another change at 50000 kms. The reason that I am changing it often is that I was GIVEN a 20ltr drum, also I had noticed that at the first change, there was a slight dis-colouration in the original and my synthetic. I pointed this out to Nissan.There response was that the torque converter takes a little while to change. I have been told by Bayswater Automatics, to do the job properly they need to remove converter. My way will eventualy give me straight synthetic. Hope this helps you. emoticon emoticon emoticon

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Date Registered: 02-2004
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Guys,

You seem to be continuing on your previous discussion about the auto transmission oil from THIS thread emoticon

Might as well update the other thread as it is the one used to talk about the transmission oil emoticon

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Date Registered: 12-2007
Location: Trafalgar, Vic
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Thanks Bob for info
Sorry I got carried away on topic, will continue on other thread as suggested.
Cheers
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Date Registered: 11-2010
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Hi
Ive just changed the ATF but just drained it via the drained plug but I normally drained my other car dry i.e. through the valve body and torque converter and changed the gasket and filter. Can I do the same and when I looked into the ESM, it seems difficult. Need you kind assistance please.....
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Faizal

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Ok... it has been years since the last post on this thread... but i have a question:

I have a 2005 T30 QR25DE with auto trans, it is shifting rough, the previous owner said he changed the fluid at 120K and now has 149K. the fluid was clear (probably cheap ATF fluid) now it is a darker color. so is there a filter in my auto trans or no? I'm planning on draining the fluid tomorrow and replacing with red Castrol OEM equivalent (from Nissan dealership, they don't stock Nissan OEM ATF fluid). do I have to use a new drain plug washer or can I reuse with a THIN film of gasket maker? Is it ok to drain 4L (whatever is in the pan), drive 200Km then drain and refill again? or should I use the "running transmission flush" drain oil from trans pan, refill, remove the hose from the trans oil cooler, directing it into a container, then pouring fluid in with the engine idling until it come out clean? I'm on the fence about the "running transmission flush" thing, so any advice/thoughts would be great!

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