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Zero Six LE (09-30-2009)
Okay, if you are over 30k, then don't flush. If the shop uses an outside source for its pressure, then don't flush. If they reverse flow the system, don't flush.
Basically, don't flush unless you have a bit of warranty remaining.
Nissan also released a TSB stating that their transmissions are designed to work flawlessly without the need for flushing but only draining and filling.
It is up to you thou. It has been documented that flushing the newer auto trans in nissans can cause issues. This happen to Toomnymods on CT and some others. We just havn't seen it a ton yet on the Frontier boards since most don't tow/race as much as the Titans do so we don't piss thru our clutch plates as quickly, lol.
Also, if you insist on flushing, only do it at the dealer so you don't have to worry about warranty claims being denied since you used an outside shop with equipment that isn't up to Nissans standards.
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Interesting Technical Service Bulletin from the "Filters Manufacturers Council", basically cautioning about flushing as well...
of course these guys are trying to sell filters but it does make sense what they're saying.
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