2010 Altima Transmission Capacity and Fluid Type
Published on February 12th, 2023 by Searchforparts.com
The 2010 Altima was made with three different engine types, one being a hybrid, and the automatic transmission fluid needed and capacity may be different for each engine. We will discuss in this article the best type of transmission fluid for your Altima and how to avoid damaging the engine.
What kind of transmission fluid should I use?
The 4-cylinder and 6-cylinder engines take CVT fluid NS-2 but if you have a hybrid engine then you will need Nissan Matic W ATF. Using another fluid or mixing fluids can damage the engine/transmission so make sure to identify your engine first before flushing any fluid and replacing it.
What is the transmission fluid capacity for my 2010 Altima?
The 2.5L or 4-cylinder takes 7.7 quarts, the 6-cylinder or 3.5L takes 10.8 quarts, and the 2.5L Hybrid needs 4.3 quarts. All of these capacities are total fill amounts.
Is my owner’s manual available online in case I lost it?
Yes, click below for your manual (this manual is not for the hybrid engine).
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