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turnkey
PostPosted: Mon Sep 08, 2014 10:00 pm 
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I imported a Nissan Tiida Latio motor car from japan personally, I noticed that there was a 2-3 second delay with the CVT transmission when placed in drive and reverse gears. I went to ASHNICK AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES LTD. at #1 Leslie AVE. Cipero Road San Fernando. The guys there indicated that there may be a problem with the seals in the transmission and that they are sure that if I changed the oil in the tranny this problem will be solved. They recommended that I switch to the Schaeffer's brand transmission oil.I did so at a cost of TT$995.00.the problem wasn't solved but continued. I decided to research the brand online only to realize that the Schaeffer's brand transmission oil isn't recommended for use in CVT transmissions. this is the info on the website.
TD-204SAT Page 3 All-Trans® Supreme is not recommended for use in those passenger cars and light duty trucks that specify the use of Ford Type F, Ford M2C33F, Ford Mercon® C, Ford Mercon® LV, Automatic Transmission Fluid Type G, GM Dexron® VI, Honda CVT, Honda Genuine, Nissan CVT type fluids or in dual clutch transmissions (DCT) or continuously variable transmissions (CVT). persons with similar problems please beware of this and don't make the same mistake as I did.I still have to change the entire transmission


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turnkey
PostPosted: Mon Sep 08, 2014 10:02 pm 
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any ideas from fellow turners who may be in a similar situation


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BrotherHood
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Sorry to hear that but remember is a used car eh. We don't know what the vehicle went through abroad before being shipped to Trinidad. I think all you need to do is use the correct transmission fluid in the vehicle.


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Seedragon
PostPosted: Tue Sep 09, 2014 11:46 am 
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Pal,
I have a CVT trans and I was getting a stutter like movement when pulling off so I did the below upgrades -
1. I installed an external Trans cooler.
2. Changed the fluids - Mine carries NS2 CVT oil - only used this type ( under the Bonnet has a OEM sticker shows this ) if the OME specify this OK.
3. I put in an additive - Nano Energiser - it works .

You need to flush the trans ASAP - damage may occur already - brace yourself.
good luck pal.


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BrotherHood
PostPosted: Tue Sep 09, 2014 2:51 pm 
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Seedragon wrote:
Pal,
I have a CVT trans and I was getting a stutter like movement when pulling off so I did the below upgrades -
1. I installed an external Trans cooler.
2. Changed the fluids - Mine carries NS2 CVT oil - only used this type ( under the Bonnet has a OEM sticker shows this ) if the OME specify this OK.
3. I put in an additive - Nano Energiser - it works .

You need to flush the trans ASAP - damage may occur already - brace yourself.
good luck pal.

That Nano Energiser you used, that was in the engine right?


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If anyone is looking for a transmission cooler, I still have this one.
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BrotherHood wrote:
Seedragon wrote:
Pal,
I have a CVT trans and I was getting a stutter like movement when pulling off so I did the below upgrades -
1. I installed an external Trans cooler.
2. Changed the fluids - Mine carries NS2 CVT oil - only used this type ( under the Bonnet has a OEM sticker shows this ) if the OME specify this OK.
3. I put in an additive - Nano Energiser - it works .

You need to flush the trans ASAP - damage may occur already - brace yourself.
good luck pal.

That Nano Energiser you used, that was in the engine right?



It have one for transmission also


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cinco
PostPosted: Tue Sep 09, 2014 3:58 pm 
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why would you use the original fluid and then put an additive that changes the composition of the recommended fluid?


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turnkey
PostPosted: Tue Sep 09, 2014 7:43 pm 
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normal 4 speed automatic transmission- any fluid that meets or exceeds the nissanmatic spec D,J,K specification.

CVT- nissan NS2 oil.

you can try to rebuild the CVT transmission OP- provided you get genuine nissan parts - and a competent and reliable mechanic.


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BrotherHood
PostPosted: Tue Sep 09, 2014 11:00 pm 
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Mercenary wrote:
BrotherHood wrote:
Seedragon wrote:
Pal,
I have a CVT trans and I was getting a stutter like movement when pulling off so I did the below upgrades -
1. I installed an external Trans cooler.
2. Changed the fluids - Mine carries NS2 CVT oil - only used this type ( under the Bonnet has a OEM sticker shows this ) if the OME specify this OK.
3. I put in an additive - Nano Energiser - it works .

You need to flush the trans ASAP - damage may occur already - brace yourself.
good luck pal.

That Nano Energiser you used, that was in the engine right?



It have one for transmission also

Ohh, didn't know this.
But wouldn't that be a bit 'harsh' to use on a transmission? I will hadda PM the retailer on that one.









skylinechild wrote:
normal 4 speed automatic transmission- any fluid that meets or exceeds the nissanmatic spec D,J,K specification.

CVT- nissan NS2 oil.

you can try to rebuild the CVT transmission OP- provided you get genuine nissan parts - and a competent and reliable mechanic.

I don't think that transmission reach the stage to be rebuilt as yet. He just needs a good transmission flush.


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turnkey
PostPosted: Wed Sep 10, 2014 3:25 pm 
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which is a good flush to use


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BrotherHood
PostPosted: Thu Sep 11, 2014 2:08 am 
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Their isn't a solution or brand selling an actual flush for transmissions. A flush is just the term used when all the oil has been drained from a transmission and replaced with new oil.
This is not just a regular oil change drain and refill. For the flush, the torque converter has to emptied as well. Draining from the transmission drain bolt below the car will not let all of the oil out. A machine needs to extract/flush the oil out of the transmission.
Check a transmission specialist for this.


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turnkey
PostPosted: Thu Sep 11, 2014 6:36 am 
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R.P.J
PostPosted: Thu Sep 11, 2014 7:31 am 
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Marud in marabella have d oem cvt oil pal
Or an email the company who u purchase the vehicle from let dem know the vehicle have a problem


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slick7345
PostPosted: Thu Sep 11, 2014 8:59 am 
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He said de same hav de new model fielder I went wit my cat oil and he say that his oil is the best Buh if manufacturer say use this y change.


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slick7345 wrote:
He said de same hav de new model fielder I went wit my cat oil and he say that his oil is the best Buh if manufacturer say use this y change.

WHAT???


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slick7345 wrote:
He said de same hav de new model fielder I went wit my cat oil and he say that his oil is the best Buh if manufacturer say use this y change.


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acmilan11
PostPosted: Mon Sep 15, 2014 10:14 am 
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turnkey wrote:
I imported a Nissan Tiida Latio motor car from japan personally, I noticed that there was a 2-3 second delay with the CVT transmission when placed in drive and reverse gears. I went to ASHNICK AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES LTD. at #1 Leslie AVE. Cipero Road San Fernando. The guys there indicated that there may be a problem with the seals in the transmission and that they are sure that if I changed the oil in the tranny this problem will be solved. They recommended that I switch to the Schaeffer's brand transmission oil.I did so at a cost of TT$995.00.the problem wasn't solved but continued. I decided to research the brand online only to realize that the Schaeffer's brand transmission oil isn't recommended for use in CVT transmissions. this is the info on the website.
TD-204SAT Page 3 All-Trans® Supreme is not recommended for use in those passenger cars and light duty trucks that specify the use of Ford Type F, Ford M2C33F, Ford Mercon® C, Ford Mercon® LV, Automatic Transmission Fluid Type G, GM Dexron® VI, Honda CVT, Honda Genuine, Nissan CVT type fluids or in dual clutch transmissions (DCT) or continuously variable transmissions (CVT). persons with similar problems please beware of this and don't make the same mistake as I did.I still have to change the entire transmission



hey, I have this same problem with the transmission delaying 2-3 secs...had this problem since day 1 with my tiida for the past 3 yrs but never seemed to find the problem..Its still working though.. any updates with yours?


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 15, 2014 4:18 pm 
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i recently added lubegard complete CVT transmission fluid to a Nissan CVT requiring NS1 fluid. The issue was resolved, intermittent bucking that was occurring eased on the fluid change and stopped completely within about 5 days of changing the fluid.I'm not saying that this is a miracle fluid, but, it is pretty good.

Its also NS2 compatible


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acmilan11
PostPosted: Wed Sep 17, 2014 11:42 am 
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hmm...the thing is I recently changed the cvt oil NS2 which was not cheap...but will consider this lubegard brand..will do some research...thanks for the info


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MG Man
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check out Valvoline CVT fluid as well

http://www.valvoline.com/pdf/cvt_fluid.pdf

Valvoline CVT fluid recommended for use where the following fluids are called for:
- BMW Mini Cooper EZL 799
- Dodge/Jeep NS-2, CVTF+4
- Ford CVT23, CVT30/Motorcraft XT-7-QCFT, Mercon C
- GM/ Saturn DEX-CVT
- Honda HMMF, HCF-2
- Hyundai/ Kia CVT applications (SP-CVT 1)
- Mazda CVTF 3320
- Mercedes Benz 236.20
- Mitsubushi CVTF-J1, CVTF-J4
- Nissan NS-2, NS-3
-Shell Green 1V
- Subaru Lineartronic CVTF (P/N K0425Y0710), CV-30, High Torque CVTF, e-CVTF
- Suzuki TC, NS-2, CVTF 3320, CVT Green 1, CVT Green 2
-Toyota TC, FE
- Volkswagen/Audi TL 52180; G 052 180, G 052 516


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turnkey
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MG Man wrote:
check out Valvoline CVT fluid as well

http://www.valvoline.com/pdf/cvt_fluid.pdf

Valvoline CVT fluid recommended for use where the following fluids are called for:
- BMW Mini Cooper EZL 799
- Dodge/Jeep NS-2, CVTF+4
- Ford CVT23, CVT30/Motorcraft XT-7-QCFT, Mercon C
- GM/ Saturn DEX-CVT
- Honda HMMF, HCF-2
- Hyundai/ Kia CVT applications (SP-CVT 1)
- Mazda CVTF 3320
- Mercedes Benz 236.20
- Mitsubushi CVTF-J1, CVTF-J4
- Nissan NS-2, NS-3
-Shell Green 1V
- Subaru Lineartronic CVTF (P/N K0425Y0710), CV-30, High Torque CVTF, e-CVTF
- Suzuki TC, NS-2, CVTF 3320, CVT Green 1, CVT Green 2
-Toyota TC, FE
- Volkswagen/Audi TL 52180; G 052 180, G 052 516

Is this ditributed locally? Price?


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whats the cost of the Valvoline MG?


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supposed to retail for around $90 / quart, I think


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