10allen key to remove the plugs.
1liter oil 75/80w90 gear oil.
4 20mm alu washer seals.
550ml to rear diff, 390ml something to transfer box.
If you do not have a lift then you can not get the plugs out. That is my very honest opinion.
How ofter? Nissan says lifetime oil, like in the transmission.
But it is recemmended every 60k kms like in the transmission.
I decided to change the ATF fluid on my 2.0 dci auto. Bought 14L Febi 29934 ATF . It is Matic S wich is upgraded vesion of Matic J (since 2007), Then I went to hydraulic hardware store to buy M14x1.5 to 10mm hose Banjo fitting and M10x1.0 to 10mm hose straight fitting and some 10mm ID hose...
As I said earlier, for the transfer and rear diff, you must have a lift. Been there done that. Even with 500mm jack stands you do not have enough space to use braker bars.
The ATF can be done on 4 jack stands.
Last time i bought 20L Ravenol Jts fluid.
Then a 8L garden spray pump and removed the spray nozzle and attached the filling hose to pump the fluid in from the drain hole. It pumped out from a pressure line. Pictures in my link.
Nissan matic J or S is the correct fluid.
Vin says, it is 6 speed automatic.
If it where a cvt then in drive you should not feel any shifts.
On the T32, that has a cvt and has simulated shifts, not linear like a cvt was ment to be.
The new civic has a good cvt software
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