take it to the dealership, a nissan sentra takes atf fluid you can only buy at the dealership. For how much the fluid and tools for it cost it will be about the same price for them to do it
I have a 2001 Nissan Sentra SE and it was suggested I change it every 100,000 miles.
The transmission fluid capacity in a 2004 Nissan Maxima SL is approximately 3.5 quarts. The transmission fluid can be purchased at any auto parts store.
Use Dexron II transmission fluid.
6 LITERS OF TRANSMISSION FLUID
Dexron 3 or Nissan matic D. Same.
10.9 Quarts (automatic transmission)
Usually runs between 110 and 150
there should be a fill plug on the side of the transmission case. its a bolt the size of a quarter.
It is 2.4 liters.
go to your local walmart and buy automatic transmission fluid for import vehicles at my walmart it is a black container and castrol is the manufacturer it will say for nissan automatic transmissions/transaxle
In my grand am se I have to take it to a shop and they have to check the tranny fluid with a analizer. ya.
With transmission fluid and a small spouted funnel, fill the stem with the red rubber ball cap, to the lower right of the engine. It's the same stem you check your transmission fluid level.
For a Nissan Sentra with a manual transmission, the transmission has two plugs . One is a filler plug, which is on its side near the front driver-side tire and clutch cable, and the other is a drain plug, which is at the bottom of the transmission. To add fluid, take off the filler plug and add fluid (most likely 4-GL). REMINDER: if you plan to replace the old transmission fluid, make sure you can remove the filler plug before you drain the transmission.
How do you add transmission fluid to a Nissan Altima with standard transmission?
how do you check your transmission fluid in the nissan murano
Usually thru tube with narrow funnel (while running)
06 nissan pathfinder type of transmission fluid
You add transmissioin fluid through the same hole where the transmission dip stick is located. You'll need a long-necked funnel to prevent any spillage.