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So, Bought my 07 3.5 last year and have put maybe 8k(192k) miles on it..Runs strong and shifts fine. I know the person I bought the car from said she never had the transmission serviced, so I'm thinking I need to get it done sooner rather than later. Got a quote from my families auto care center of 125 to drain and refill, but that's using Valvoline.. Can someone link me to what I SHOULD use in this instance? Figured id ask here before I went with what they advised. Ive seen old threads on this but none had links, and most aren't open for comments, soooo. here I am :)


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Valvoline CVT is okay, the only complaints my customers have expressed is that it's noisy (but so is Nissan NS2/NS3). Your best bet is probably AMSoil for aftermarket. Eneos Eco is great too (if you can still get it), and Idemitsu is also okay.
 

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Valvoline CVT is okay, the only complaints my customers have expressed is that it's noisy (but so is Nissan NS2/NS3). Your best bet is probably AMSoil for aftermarket. Eneos Eco is great too (if you can still get it), and Idemitsu is also okay.
this what I need? for what its worth they are charging me 84 for 6qts of the Valvoline https://a.co/d/gszAWKv
 

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What my customers have been using is the Eco, Eneos p/n 3026-300. I'm told Eneos is discontinuing it. According to the Eneos USA website, their type N fluid would be the other choice for your 10A tranny, p/n 3058-300.
 

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dang, looks like the Valvoline is gonna be my only option, as I've searched those other part numbers and came up empty... Couldn't find a deal on the AMSoil on amazon either... Do you suggest the initial drain and fill change and then another quick change after say 1000 miles or would I be good with the single drain and fill?
 
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