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DODGE/JEEP
MITSUBISHI/NISSAN

CVT2
F1C1A

RE0F10A

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Introduction

Dodge, Jeep, Mitsubishi and Nissan all use a similar for
their 4 cylinder applications. Built by JATCO, the JF011E is the CVT2 in Dodge and Jeep vehicles.
The F1CJA (2WD)/W1CJA (4WD) for in Mitsubishi and the RE0F10A in Nissan.

This style CVT utilizes a torque converter with its intent to provide an optimal driving force that is
responsive to throttle opening providing smooth uninterrupted ratio changes eliminating shift
shock. Most applications will provide a manual shift mode function for both smooth driving
without shift shock, and enjoyable driving with manual ratio selection.

continuously variable transmission (CVT)

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The information and part numbers contained in this booklet have
been carefully compiled from industry sources known for their

reliability, but ATSG does not guarantee its accuracy.

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JF011E CVT TRANSMISSION

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Special thanks goes to Bob Nutall from Autotech
and Ralph Abraham from Alonso's Transmissions

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1. Using a pair of suitable snap ring pliers, remove the
snap ring that retains the turbine/input shaft to the
forward drum and remove the shaft from the drum
(figure 1).

2. Remove the sealing rings from the turbine/input
shaft (figure 2).

3. Using a pick or small screwdriver, remove the
“thin” upper snap ring from the drum (figure 3).
Before removing the internal ring gear from the drum
(figure 4), make a mark as an identification of the top
side of the gear for proper reassembly.

4. Remove the “thin” lower snap ring from the
forward clutch drum (figure 5).

Figure 1

Figure 2

Figure 3

Figure 4

Figure 5

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Forward Clutch Servicing

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5. Using a straight pick or small flat bladed
screwdriver, remove the “thick” snap ring from the
forward clutch drum (figure 6).

6. Remove the backing plate, frictions, steel plates
and cushion plate from the forward drum (figure 7).

7. Using a suitable press, compress the piston’s return
spring. Using a pair of snap ring pliers, remove the
snap ring (figure 8).

8. Lift the counterbalance piston and snap ring from
the drum (figure 9) followed by the caged spring
assembly (figure 10).

Figure 6

Figure 7

Figure 8

Figure 9

Figure 10

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Figure 4

CVT2/JF011E/F1C1A/RE0F10A
SECONDARY SPEED SENSOR CODE

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NISSAN RELATED BULLETIN
CVT - OUTPUT SPEED SENSOR SERVICE

NTB11-042
Date: April 20, 2011
APPLIED VEHICLES: 2007-2011 Altima (C/L 32 - QR25 only), 2011 Juke, 2008-2011 Rogue,
007-2011 Sentra (B16 - MR20 & QR25 only).

If the Output Speed Sensor has been removed and replaced for any reason, use the correct
number of spacer shims between the Sensor and the CVT body.

Altima

Rogue

Sentra

Juke

QR25

QR25

MR20

SER/QR25

MR16 turbo

07 through 09MY

10MY to 11MY

07 through 10MY

11MY

07 through 09MY

10MY to 11MY

All MY

11MY

5.798

5.122

6.120

5.798

5.407

5.122

5.407

5.798

2

2

1

2

1

2

1

2

Model Engine type Model Year Final gear ratio Required shim

Figure 5

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2007-2011 ALTIMA
SLIGHT VEHICLE HESITATION OR SURGE TYPE FEEL AT LOW SPEEDS

Classification: AT10-004B
Reference: NTB10-121B

There is a slight vehicle hesitation type feel and/or a surge type feel when all of the following conditions are present:
- Speed between 10 and 45 mph and
- Transmission torque converter clutch is engaged (lock mode)
- Engine RPM between 1200 and 2000 and Light acceleration

Very slight vehicle hesitation type feel and/or surge type feel under these conditions are a normal operating
characteristic of this vehicle and are within design specifications for the vehicle. However, for those customers who
are particularly sensitive to this characteristic of their vehicle, the actions in this bulletin may be performed for
customer satisfaction.

Reprogram TCM
PC0870

Install a Torque Rod Service Kit
11250-ZX60A

DTC P0730 for DTC P0717
Dodge Caliber

Bulletin # 21-014-08
• Built on or before March 20, 2008

• In some cases, DTC P0730 (Incorrect Gear Ratio) may set instead of DTC P0717 (Input Speed Sensor Circuit
No Signal).

• This bulletin involves selectively erasing and reprogramming the Transmission Control Module (TCM) with
new software.

• 04275086AB

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