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Nissan Navara Transfer Case Fluid Level Checking

Nissan Navara transfer case fluid check is one of the maintenance necessary and must not be neglected to prevent major damage to occur.

How to check Navara transfer case fluid leakage and fluid level

1) Inspect for fluid leak all around the transfer assembly. Ensure that there is no fluid leakage all around the transfer case.
2) Remove the filler plug and check the level of the fluid from the filler plug hole as shown on the illustration. Take into consideration the engine, it must not be in running condition while the fluid level is being check.

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3) Install the filler plug. New filler plug must be used, do not use the old filler plug to ensure that no leak will happen. Tighten the filler plug.

How to change the transfer fluid for Nissan Navara
1) Make sure that the engine is stop before changing transfer fluid.
2) Remove the drain plug and gasket then drain the transfer fluid.
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3) Install the drain plug with a new gasket to the transfer case and tighten the drain plug. Remember that you cannot use the old gasket.
4) Fill the transfer with new fluid until the fluid level reaches the specified limit near the filler plug hole. Use Genuine Nissan Matic D Automatic Transmission Fluid. Fluid capacity is 2.0 liter.
5) After filling of new oil, check the oil level as shown in the above illustration. Tighten the filler plug. Never reuse the old gasket. You must replace the gasket with new one.

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