i just wanted to make sure they added ns-2 fluid, anyway of checking?
unfortunately there is NO way of checking what fluid they used, unless you send the fluid out to be tested. my best advice would be to go to a nissan dealer, or any mechanic that can perform a FLUSH (not just a drain) on the transmission.
if you dont want to go that route, than you can just drain whats in there, and refill it with the right nissan CVT fluid and hope for the best.
as much as i try to stay away from stealerships, i couldn't agree with you more.
kerrton wrote:If you are having a shop perform this maintenance, this is one instance where I'd say take it to your Nissan service shop
its gonna be on record that you had it changed at the right facility, under all the right conditions with the right fluid, and it cant be disputed that your mechanic used the wrong fluid, or did the job wrong. If a certified Nissan tech did the work, there is no arguments if you have a claim later down the road.
Furthermore, mechanics buy fluids, parts, and supplies at a certain price from the dealer, or distributor - and then add cost on top of that. So you might be able to actually get the work done cheaper at the supplier of this fluid, and thats a nissan dealer.
If a bottle of this fluid costs $10-$15 at the dealer, expect to pay $20-$25 at your private shop for this same fluid.