2005 Nissan Xterra OR
This picture is from a Gen 1 filter. You can tell because of the filter inlet hose with the o-ring.It's funny because the Haynes repair manual recommends this be done every 30,000 miles. I've never done it- just drain and refills.
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Replacing this filter SAVED my truck!!! I'm not sure why everyone on here is saying don't bother! If you are having serious transmission problems, I HIGHLY recommend spending the $20 on a new filter/screen from Advance, taking the extra few minutes to remove the extra bolts , and replace the screen.Is it worth dropping this pan to check the filters? I just had my transmission fluid flushed at the lube place. They said it was a lot of money to do the filter inspection/pan drop. Is this correct? If I drop the pan (draining fluid first) how much fluid is going to come out-so I know how much I need to buy to replace.
Bringing back from the dead because this was brought up in another thread.Is that the Haynes from a 1st or 2nd gen Xterra? I ask because on the second page you posted, it mentions 4 and 6cyl engines. 2nd gen never came with a 4 cyl, at least not in the NA market.