Volume: about 2 quarts over stock
Dimensions: Click here for dimensions.
Number of Bolts: 24 bolts (26 holes total, 24 are holes for bolts to hold the pan to the transmission case)
The Nissan 7 Speed Transmission RE7R01A, RE7R01B (Jatco JR710E, JR711E) is used in Nissan and Infiniti cars, trucks and SUVs in the US and internationally.
Typical applications include Titan, Frontier, Navara, and Patrol. Some sedans, such as G37 and Q50, may not have space for a larger transmission pan. Check ground clearance and contact us at: 310-671-4345 or [email protected]
- Extra capacity
- Finned for cooling
- Heavy duty, thick wall construction for strength
- Machined flat gasket sealing surface for a secure seal
- Location for optional temperture sending unit machining
- Drain and magnetic drain plug included
PML designed this transmission pan for trucks and SUVs with the Nissan 7 speed RE7R01A, RE7R01B transmission. Here are some examples of vehicles that may be able to use this pan:
- 2015 to 2021 Titan 5.6 Gas Engine
- 2017 to 2020 Armada
- 2008 to 2020 Navara
- 2010 t0 2020 Patrol, Patrol Safari
- 2009 to 2011 Z (may need less deep pan)
- 2009/2010 and newer Infiniti SUVs, such as QX80 and QX56 (2009 to 2011 were transition years)
- 2009/2010 and newer Infiniti cars, such as the G37 (may need less deep pan)
Vehicle configurations vary. Always verify transmission and check for clearance.
This is a partial list. Some Pathfinder and NV may also have this 7 speed transmission.
US Frontier trucks probably have the 5 speed transmission until 2019 and then the 9 speed in 2020 and newer models. Titan trucks transitioned to the 9 speed around 2021 or 2022.
For a 9 Speed Transmission Pan, see PML Part Number 11188.
2018 Nissan Titan XD
Chuck installed this PML transmission pan on his 2018 Nissan Titan XD Pro4X.
Nissan Safari (Australia)
In Australia, Wholesale Automatics installed this PML Nissan RE7R01A pan on a Nissan Safari.
PML Nissan 7 speed transmission pan installed on a Safari
PML pan clears frame and cross members
View of drain plug
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Inside of PML Pan
On the inside of the pan, the level check hole has a boss that is higher than the flange surface. This duplicates the level check on the OEM stock pan.
PML adjusts the level check boss for accuracy. The top of the boss may be machined or may have material welded onto it. This way, the top of the level check boss is at the same distance from the flange surface on the PML pan and the OEM pan.
Click on image to view larger. First image shows a level check boss with machined top and the second image shows a welded level check boss.
Drain and Level Check
Drain hole is on the left side of the vehicle and at the bottom of the pan for complete draining. A magnetic drain plug is included.
Level check hole is on the front corner, left side of the vehicle, similar to the stock pan. Fluid level checking is done the same way with the PML pan as with the stock pan.
The level check tube is the same distance above the flange on the PML pan as with the stock pan. So checking the transmission fluid level is the same with the PML pan as with the stock pan.
Location for Optional Temperature Sensor Machining
PML added a location that can optionally be drilled and tapped for an aftermarket temperature sending unit. This location is a boss near the bottom of the pan on the right side of the vehicle.
Transmission and Stock Pan
Transmission and filter, stock pan, and inside of stock pan:
The Nissan 7 Speed transmission RE7R01A uses Nissan part number 31397–1XJ0A.
Rear of PML Pan and Frame Cross Members
At the rear of this PML transmission pan, the pan is about 1.4 inches deep for 4.5 inches from the flange edge toward the front of the pan. This should clear the frame on most applications. See the dimensions for this pan.
PML Pan Compared To Stock
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