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Old 06-28-2010, 04:31 AM   #1
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Hi! everyone?

My car's transmission oil temperature easily go over 100 and goes higher in 3000-5000rpm driving.
What's that temperature of your car?

Some places have said this temperature is higher than other cars.
I'm wondering if its normal, as one of the charateristic of gtr35
or if its the weak point that I have to care about....?

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Old 06-29-2010, 06:29 PM   #2
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Mine easily goes over 100 F not too long after I start it
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Old 06-29-2010, 10:24 PM   #3
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thank you..

but its over 100 degrees Celsius , so.. over 210 F while driving.

I saw gun metallic gtr in Waikiki , in March..
was it yours?^^ It was great .
and I bought it in the same color
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Old 06-30-2010, 12:55 AM   #4
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anything under the 240F range is not big deal.. consistantly sustained driving time over that and you are going to need more frequent change intervals
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100C after normal driving?

When was your last transmission oil change?

Are you in a hot climate?
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after normal street driving, it's risen near 100C ..96-100C

My car is new one, Just 1000 Km mileage.
and It's early summer time here now, range of 23-28C

What's your car's trans oil temterature after normal and spirited driving, Mr.?

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Has it been serviced yet? Try to get the trans fluid change and see if that helps.
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after normal street driving, it's risen near 100C ..96-100C

My car is new one, Just 1000 Km mileage.
and It's early summer time here now, range of 23-28C

What's your car's trans oil temterature after normal and spirited driving, Mr.?

When i bought my car new i did not see it pass 93C, normal driving. And on traffic it went upto 95'ish. Weather was about 30-35C.
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The only times mine gets to 200 F is when I have been stuckfor a long time in stop-and-go highway traffic on a hot day. 212 F (100 C) is not a problem for the fluid; but it does seem high for "normal" driving.
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After two days and ten 20 minute sessions of track time in 85 degree weather, I was running 216 F on the final day, after pushing her guite hard. She normally runs between 195 and 200 F. I am in the process of changing out the fluid after 1600+ miles and dropping the pan to check for metal fragments. I would have the same done on your car as it seems to be running a little warm for normal driving.
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thank you everybody for good information!

This will really help me out.

The trans oil temperture of mine is slightly higher than others.
but for now at least It seems that I'm not in big trouble,right?
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^^You're fine for normal driving, but it will suck when you see the temps go up every time you go for a spirited drive. I suggest a transmission cooler, Greddy or the HKS, they are both very good.
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I recently had the HKS trans cooler installed. Like the 570 kit the install takes time..but the results are amazing..trans and coolant temperature drop 10-20 degrees in hard street driving..also the car runs much better and responsive....
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Great!
But is it no problem in warranty?
They don't allow any modification...
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Great!
But is it no problem in warranty?
They don't allow any modification...
If you have a good connection with the dealer, they wont mind if you add coolers.
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I had 4 x 30 min track sessions last Sat at the Autobahn road course in Joliet, Illinois, in ~85 F ambient air temp. My engine oil temp just touched 260 F (gauge went red) at the end of one session and the trans fluid hit 278 F. Another guy with a GT-R hit 270 F oil temp (flashing red gauge) and into the 280's F on the trans.
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246 ish last time i was on the track .. usually around 190 daily driving.
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according to Nissan's answer,
if yours elevate 110-140C(230-284F), have to change trans oil every 3000Km (1860 miles).

Nissan has recommended only one solution for high trans temperature, that is
""Change trans oil frequently!! ""

if it is elevating more?
""Change Trans oil more frequently or immediately!!""

No modification is allowed in power train, and application of any cooling system brings problems in warranty.

That's all!
Those are Nissan's answer.
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according to Nissan's answer,
if yours elevate 110-140C(230-284F), have to change trans oil every 3000Km (1860 miles).

Nissan has recommended only one solution for high trans temperature, that is
""Change trans oil frequently!! ""

if it is elevating more?
""Change Trans oil more frequently or immediately!!""

No modification is allowed in power train, and application of any cooling system brings problems in warranty.

That's all!
Those are Nissan's answer.
hi

my friend who cares with nissan answers

nissan wishs also to keep your car at the garage and not to drive it !!!!!

just go ahead and drive it and do what ever u want with it

gtr was made for MODIFICATION
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