I just did my transfer case at 52,500 miles, there was a lot of metal on the magnet, and the oil analysis showed high levels of silicon and iron. It calls for Nissan Matic M, which is Dexron III, or equivalent. Pretty easy change with a hand pump.
I filled mine untill it ran out and then it existed via the overflow line all over my engine bay (cleaned it up when I installed my intake) Talekd to mechanic he told me to fill it ONLY untill I can feel it with my finger in the hole. Maybe it was cold when I changed it and when it heated up it expanded, I'm not sure, but I also had the front of the truck up on block to get under there easier so that is probably what really contributed to it coming out my overflow. At least now I know it is filled all the way up haha.
i replaced my front diff fluid a few days ago, my truck is pretty new only 1200mi. when i did it. (i wanted to put synthetic in it, i've read the front has reg. oil. and also check the level, i've heard titan have been sent from the factory with low oil level.) anyway the oil that came out was very dark, like a metallic grey. the magnet did not have any metal on it (as opposed to the rear diff which had a quarter inch of fine metal filings on the mag., but probably just from break-in. oh and the rear diff. fluid was pretty clear.) so i wanted to know if you all thought that was normal. could it be dust from the aluminum casing? is the factory oil fortified with moly or something? i just expected it to look clear.
Quick back story, the truck is a 2004 crew cab with 144000 miles, and the only mod is a basic cold air intake that was on the truck when I bought it. It had 108000 miles when I bought it. The problem is that for a while I've noticed a slight lack of power but not severe enough to warrant...
I have a 2007 titan 155,000 getting ready to do a oil change. Was wondering what everyone's knowledge is.. first time foreign truck owner been debating on semi synthetic or full and what brands. Thanks
So continuing on with the problem I'm having with my Titan. I'm confident I've narrowed it down to a fuel issue. My question is where can I test the fuel pressure at? I've tried renting and buying pressure test kits from some of the box stores but none of them have a kit that goes into...