Do you mean the copper washers? You can get them just about anywhere... Even the dealer would be cheaper than paying the shipping from Courtesy.madrock wrote:Where do you guys pick up the gaskets from? The dealer? Auto parts store? I checked with Courtesy, and they have them listed for $2.24 but the shipping is over $11!!
Has anyone reused the old gasket and had any issues with it leaking? I need to change the differential fluids along with the transfer case soon.
I need to change the differentials and the transfer case soon, but since I bought enough Amsoil Universal ATF, I can change the transfer case and the drain/fill the tranny at the same time. Amsoil is compatible with Nissan Matic D (transfer case) and Nissan J Matic (tranny). It could even be used to replace the power steering fluid as well.asgard wrote:You say that you are doing the transfer case and diff, then you say you are buying universal ATF and doing the trans and transfer.
The diffs are different oil to the transfer case and that is different to the transmission.
I might have misunderstood but I did my front and rear diffs with 75-90w synthetic, because I am in Canada they said Dexron 3 for transfer and J matic / superseded by s matic for the trans.
Correct me if I am wrong but I think universal ATF will be incorrect.
On the washer front I cleaned, checked and refitted - maybe foolish but no leaks - so far
I took a bucket and filled it with a quart of water. I marked the spot with a Sharpie. I continued to do this until I got 10 quarts marked on the bucket. When I drained the tranny, it came up to the 4 quart indicator. I replaced it with 4 quarts of fresh ATF.onseytote wrote:You're going to need all 7 quarts? I mean is it the accurate measurement?madrock wrote:I hoping to avoid the dealership but that may be my best option. I am going to pick up 7 quarts of Amsoil Universal ATF to do the drain/fill on the tranny and transfer case.
I am a believer of Amsoil.