Just rolled over 105k on my 2011 Altima Hybrid. No fixes needed. To be honest you should not need any repairs sub-200k on a transmission that was serviced properly. As in changing the fluid on intervals recommended in your owners' manual. Shifts great like when we first bought it.if your car has a cvt, how many miles have you gone and have you had to get your cvt fixed?
thanks for the reply. I am considering getting a cvt cooler.. around how much can I expect this to cost to have the dealer install one ?Have 123K on ours. I've changed the NS-2 fluid twice and installed an additional cooler about 70K ago. Have never had an issue since even in the south Texas heat. Before I installed the cooler it did go into safe mode twice.
sadly dealers do say that... sigh..but trans fluid/rear diff/front diff fluids are usually changed out every 30k.I read that some people have gone to dealership to get their transmission fluid change , and the dealership would tell them to never get the cvt fluid changed. Others say every 30k miles. Does everyone generally change it? and is it usually every 30k?
thank you Wong. I bought my '12 Altima last month at 38k . didn't think to ask if the cvt fluid had been changed . is it easy to check at home if your cvt fluid needs changed ?sadly dealers do say that... sigh..but trans fluid/rear diff/front diff fluids are usually changed out every 30k.
60,000 just as the owner's manual says.I am curious , did you do transmission fluid change every 30k miles? 60k?
thank you Wong. I bought my '12 Altima last month at 38k . didn't think to ask if the cvt fluid had been changed . is it easy to check at home if your cvt fluid needs changed ?
the only way to check for cvt fluid wear on the '12 altima is only by smell, discoloration is not an indication, pull out the trans dipstick and sniff the fluid and if it smells any slight burntness, change it.I have a '12 Altima. about 40k. plan on changing it for the first time at 60k. I too am curious, how can I check if the cvt fluid is dirty or needs changed ?