:wink Begin here: https://www.wittrans.com/parts Then hit the TAB "Transmission Guide" then enter "Vehicle Make/Model/Year/Engine/Trans Type (CVT/FWD)".Rich i'm confused myself. I have 2014 nissan altima s. Newer generation. Which website did u use to determine paper cvt filter? are cvts in 2010 different then 2014?
I tried nissanpartsdeal but this is contradiction amazon site
It lists this but ebay list this as maxima and murano filter not altima
while amazon list this as all 2007 and up
You will then get the Model Number of the Nissan/Jatco CVT in your 2014 Altima. In this case I think it came up with RE0F09B (I used the V6 engine - change the search criteria if I have the wrong info) OK?
Once you have gotten the model of the CVT figured out, do another search looking for the correct filter. If you click on the HIGHLIGHTED RE0F09 (yes, those are zero's not OHH's). Once you click on the TAB it opens a page showing the exploded diagram of the RE0F09.
Look at the diagram, in the lower half of the pictured diagram the "COOLER" is near the center of the lower picture. In this case you are looking at the COOLER that I refer to as the "TIN-CAN" or Tuna Can Style of cooler.
Next to see if that part is available from this Tranny Parts Vendor ("Whatever It Takes' is a great source BTW), look for the link at the top of the diagram page it will be a BLUE Highlighted RE0F09 (it says Parts Not Pictured, Kits, Manuals, Etc). Click on the link, the next page opens and there you click on "Filters of All Kinds".
Click on the Link "Misc. Filters" the next page to open, is the part page The part is listed as: Number: 203013A, Filter, RE0F09A/09B External (Steel)(On Rear Of Case) 2003-Up. $18.95. You can always call or email Whatever it Takes Transmission Parts to verify!
Let me show you a picture of the TUNA CAN filter.
NOTE: I do not know if there is a paper filter cartridge INSIDE THE TUNA CAN... Perhaps someone can tell us? (to me it looks sealed, and you may have to just replace the whole tin can?)