2005 Nissan Tida AXIS by AUTECH

now I have new stock 2005 Nissan Tida Axis 103,000km NON -SMOKER OWNER

this car is higher grade with leather interior and wood look like panels.
Quite tidy for 103Ks. One owner HID, Black FOB 280,000Yen

there is a dent right wheel arch as in photo. Test Drive done and there is no problem found.

This car is now in stock but very soon leaving for Newzealand. as this car will be auctioned in Newzealand auction.

Very good looking Tida AXIS. Please call us for enquireyDSC07932

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Honda CVT JUDDER Trouble partII Adjustment

After changing old oil to new HMMF oil.

Wait for 20min or until oil cool down.

Then,
here, pushing the accelerator pedal very hard, To avaid accident, set a Tire Chock Block so that car will not move.

Lets Start Engine.

1. Set Drive, Push Break pedal hard and push the accelerator pedal very hard for 3Sec.
2, Set Nutral, Push Break pedal and Keep rev meter 3000rev. for 20Sec.
3, Set Drive, Push Break pedal hard and push the accelerator pedal very hard for 3Sec.
4, Set Nutral, Push Break pedal and Keep rev meter 3000rev. for 20Sec.
5, Set Reverse, Push Break pedal hard and push the accelerator pedal very hard for 3Sec.
6, Set Nutral, Push Break pedal and Keep rev meter 3000rev. for 20Sec.
7, Stop Engine and Cool down for 20min.

Changeing oil and this adjustment is one set.
If you car has a bad judder, I recommend do this 2 sets.

After this set. Lets CVT reset, here is how.

Start engine.
1. Warming engine up until radiator cooling-fan start working.
2. Head lights on. other electric devices such as Air control, radio and so on, turn switch off.
3. Drive 60km and off the accelerator pedal for more than 5 sec.

THats all about To fix Honda CVT judder problem.

This time, My fit was very very little judder and one set is enough. Now the judder is gone.
Driving very smooth, No need change ATF oil for 2-3 years.

Honda CVT JUDDER Trouble How to FiX GD1 FIT CIVIC ,,,,,and so on

HMMF For Honda CVT Special Oil

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Honda CVT JUDDER Trouble How to FiX GD1 FIT CIVIC ,,,,,and so on

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All you need is these tools

For my case.

* 2 boxes for ATF oil deisposal (I will change oil 2times)
* ratchet wrench 9.5m/m or 3/8 size
* Heat and oil resistant gloves
* funnel
* Oil Jar any size for 3.4litter

There are 2 steps for fixing Honda Judder problem.
1. Change ATF oil to Special oil called HMMF oil. I paid 40US for 4litter can. And cheange oil 2times. The first is for flashing old oil. My case, this fit has a very small Judder, so 1 time change should be enough, but I recommend 2times if judder is a big one. This time I changed 2times for a perfect result.

2. Adjusting ATF settings.

Ok Lets Start,

The first, for a smooth “ATF Oil” removal, Drive car for a white to warm “ATF Oil”
Then,

Using ratchet wrench, remove the drain pan , and oil goes off from the drain pan.
The Oil is heated, very hot, so I used Heat and oil resistant gloves for a safe.
Also, when loose the oil pan, a oil-gauge-stick is remain inserted(not pull stick off this stage), so that oil drops slowly. After a while, pull a oil-gauge-stick off and oil goes off from a drain like water. And leave it for about 20mins, put a new Hmmf oil 3.4litter for the case of GD1 FIT.

the oil pan Position is here
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the oil pan Position is here + Close look
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Using ratchet wrench 9.5m/m or 3/8 size Rotate toward backward as in picture. And oil start leaking,
Please use Glove to protect your skin as oil may be very hot and your hand keep clean.
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Oil start dropping into a Disposal box; Leave it about 20min or until completly dropping

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Drain pan – It was dirty but cleaned

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Then, the Oil pan goes back to the place where it was.
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Using funnel and Oil Jar put oil 3.4litter for GD1 Fit.

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Now To reset CVT timming , needing adjustment and the explanation page is here.