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Nissan Matic D ATF Equivalent

Genuine Nissan OEM Matic-D Transmission Fluid 999MP-AA100P (5 Quarts)
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Genuine Nissan OEM Matic-D Transmission Fluid 999MP-AA100P (5 Quarts)
  • Genuine Nissan OEM Matic-D Transmission Fluid 999MP-AA100P (5 Quarts)
  • Nissan Matic-D Transmission Fluid
  • Pack of 5
  • A transmission exchange (drain and fill) should be done approximately once a year or every 30,000 miles.

Read Also: Nissan Matic S ATF Equivalent.

Many imported vehicles, including Toyota, Nissan, and Mazda, utilize their own brand-specific ATFs. These are typically preferable over all-purpose aftermarket or equivalent ATFs.

Idemitsu 30040101-75000C020 ATF Type S Automatic Transmission Fluid (Matic J, Matic D) - 1 Quart
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Idemitsu 30040101-75000C020 ATF Type S Automatic Transmission Fluid (Matic J, Matic D) – 1 Quart
  • Engineered for and meets the requirements of Nissan/Infiniti Automatic Transmissions with Matic-S/J/D specifications
  • Outstanding anti-shudder performance and smooth shifting
  • Excellent resistance to oxidation and thermal breakdown, providing longer fluid life, extended protection and optimal fuel efficiency
  • Superior cleanliness that keeps the transmission free from sludge and varnish so that the transmission stays clean and functions properly
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Castrol Transmax Import Multi-Vehicle Automatic Transmision Fluid, 1 Quart, Pack of 6
  • For use in most Honda, Toyota, Nissan and other imported vehicles
  • Enhanced friction durability for smooth transmission performance
  • Exceptional high temperature protection to effectively resist fluid oxidation
  • Superb low temperature fluidity for cold weather shifting

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