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Morning all,

I’ve searched the forums for this topic, but only came up with part numbers for the 2.5 CVT transmission. BTW, I’ve been a forum member (Since 8/2008), but closed my old email that my old account was link to, so this isn’t technically my first post. I’m getting prepared to flush my CVT by way of a fluid exchange from the fluid lines, but I’m having a tough time locating the internal screen filter, pan gasket (I can find a gasket by itself but not in a kit) and the bolts to secure the pan. Howeve, I did locate a screen filter and gasket kit at Autozone, but it didn’t get great review. My Altima has 125,000 and this will be the second time for a flush. The first time I did the flush I didn’t drop the pan. Also have any of you replaced the external filter housing (See picture), part number 31726-1XE0A (I am able to locate this part). I like dropping the pan to inspect and clean the magnets. Worst case scenario I’ll just pull the drain plug and flush without the pan drop. Also anyone that has a Trans temp PID for the fusion OBD app, I‘m all ears.

I appreciate the help!

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QuantityProductStock NumberPrice EA
1Transmission Filter 31726-1XE0A
$32.94​
1Automatic Transmission Oil Pan Gasket 31397-1XE0A
$30.27​
2Clamp. 21639-7990A
$3.33​
22Bolt. 31377-1XD0D
$1.35​
2Plug Thread. 31305-1XA01
$4.42​
1Seal O Ring. 31526-1XA01
$8.63​

FYI, I’m pretty sure I found the information I needed. The chart above contains most the parts that I will go with for my drain/fill/flush/fill on my 2011 3.5 CVT. Instead of getting part number above (31397-1XE0A) I may go with Autozone‘s Duralast Transmission Filter (A/T) TF633 (Duralast Transmission Filter (A/T) TF633) which has the gasket and internal screen filter in one kit. The “Transmission filter in the above chart (31726-1XE0A) is the external canister type filter (The picture in my first post) that the fluids lines run through and is held on by 10mm bolts.

Hope this helps others Others.
 
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