I now have around 48,000 miles and have still not changed it. If you like to reset any maintenance oil light after an oil change. The Nissan Altima uses only platinum-tipped spark plugs, which last up to 105,000 miles. I tried checking it yesterday. A nice polish can protect the interior from sun damage and dust bunnies! It's amazing how expensive dealerships are.
Factory Workshop Repair Service Manual 2014-08-15. These plugs must have a gap between the ground and center electrode, at the base of the plug, of. Thanks Darryle Just finished this service today - drained a total of 4. I would suggest every 30k miles; same as any other transmission. Complete step-by-step instructions, diagram's, illustration's, wiring schematics, and specifications to completely repair your vehicle with ease! When I brought the car it had 92, plus mile change the oil and the maintenance light with a man picture so I check other 3000 3000 on it so I have no idea what it means.
My guess is that this is by design. I know I'm new, and noobs often resurrect dead threads but I wanted to see how many people have done this. Nissan Altima Maintenance Schedule Keeping up with your Nissan Altima maintenance schedule is a lot more than just having your oil changed every few months. My Honda holds 8-9 quarts too. They told me I need to change it at 30,000miles. This manual very useful in the treatment and repair.
I will get that thing open eventually! I didn't flush the lines or drain the converter either, and I lost a little when the drivers side axle was pulled. In order to check you must warm the car up, then stop, while stopped go through all of the gears. It covers every single detail on your car. Not surprisingly, the hybrid is the most sporty but felt most luxurious range for blowing up the road in near silence. At such low mileage there is no way you should need to change the fluid so be sure the quanify everything for you, let us know how it turns out! Trip 1, trip 2 and fuel economy items Nissan Altima.
Just like your other fluids, this gets fouled with gunk that can clog the workings of your vehicle, and so keeping it clean keeps the car running like new. I had called a local stealership a while ago, and they told me the fluid could easily last over 150k miles, but should be changed no matter what at 180k miles. If it smells burnt or is very dark, change the fluid. My advice: buy extra, replace what you drain, check and recheck levels after some drives, and don't sweat the small stuff. Car is '08 with 87k right now.
Thanks everyone for all your help! Great info on this thread and forum- very helpful! Judging by the awful pictures in the service manual. It supposedly gets checked every few months by the dealer but I don't know how extensive their test is. They don't want , your typical mechanic messing with it. Premium Maintenance may not be available outside the United States, please inquire of your dealer. Your Altima is made up of thousands of moving, interconnected parts and you never know when a small problem could turn into a big one. Make the Altima your ultimate ride.
The way I read it, so long as you follow the basic maintenance as outlined in Schedule 1 or 2, the warranty is valid. Good plan, The results of the fluid test should be clearly indicated on your service record, don't take a verbal report without the paper work to back it up, especially if they are trying to get you to change the fluid. It should be inspected at regular intervals which my dealer does and I assume that if it tests unsatisfactorily they will recommend that I have it changed. The dealer can read this information from the computer and tell you if the fluid needs to be changed. How do you reset oil service light Nissan Altima. One group replaced the transmission fluid every 30K miles, one group never did.
It covers every single detail on your car. You must sqeeze the top part to release it. I just checked my dipstick the other day and the fluid is crystal clear after 60,000 km. Personally, I wouldn't bother with anything else. These services need to be done every 7,500 miles you drive the car. And does this car have a tranny drain plug that's easy to access? However, it can be confusing for some people to know what to have done, and when.