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Does 2013 4spd transmission take CVT oil

I took my 2013 Versa S 4 door in to have transmission fluid changed and just noticed receipt says "CVT oil drain and replace"
but I have the 4 spd tranny....if they used CVT oil will that cause damage ? Have 1000 miles since the drain.
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Unless its a cvt it takes nissans automatic transmission fluid. If you shift it then its a manual and takes manual transmission fluid.
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It's a 4spd automatic , not a manual, and I looked at owner's manual and it has info on CVT tranny only
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I took my 2013 Versa S 4 door in to have transmission fluid changed and just noticed receipt says "CVT oil drain and replace"
but I have the 4 spd tranny....if they used CVT oil will that cause damage ? Have 1000 miles since the drain.
Thanks in advance
Simplest way to get the answer is to go back to the dealer with the receipt, and get a clarification from the service manager as to what exactly was done.
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Read underhood label.
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There is a big difference between cvt and automatic tranny fluid. Infact its hard to find cvt fluid in many stores and if you do its usually for either nissan, honda or some other car you dont own.
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