I did a step-by-step video on this subject a few days ago when I did this on my ZE0
Yes! Aluminium and copper in contact will experience slight galvanic corrosion. How much depends on how often it gets wet/whether it is in salt water etc. Since the Leaf motor compartment is covered with protective plastic, you should be fine. But Alu is the correct replacement indeed!Learjet wrote: what about the dissimilar metal corrosion...using the copper washer on aluminum?
Hi, I also changed the oil , I wasn’t happy when I saw the magnets , 2013 USA leaf with 65Tkm
I change mine last week, at a little past 25K miles, using the Redline D6 ATF. I also sensed less power needed for the same speed, but it's difficult to be sure, as rain and air temperatures probably have a larger effect on efficiency, and both of those changed for the worse here around the same time.RajGiandeep wrote: ↑Tue Nov 17, 2020 10:10 pmDid this tonight, used the Redline D6 ATF. Noticed a difference on the way home. Seemed to take less power to stay at cruising speed. Happy I did it. Thank you for the videos & photos. Gave me the confidence to jump in there as do it. Very simple process. I'll do it again in another 30-40K miles. Seems like this is the first time it's been done at 51K.