PML Deep Transmission Pan With Slant for Nissan RE5R05A
For Frontier, Pathfinder, Xterra, Cars, and Trucks with Skid Plates
We are temporarily out of stock. We are making more right now. In stock about January 29, 2019.
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Volume:approximately 1.1 quarts over stock
Dimensions: Click here for dimensions. Depth is about 2.8 inches. Stock pan is about 1.8 inches. Always check your vehicle to verify transmission and clearance as PML does have a restocking fee.
Number of Bolts: 22
This heavy duty transmission oil pan fits the Nissan RE5R05A transmission and is designed to clear the frame cross members on Frontier, Pathfinder, Xterra and similar vehicles AND work with most skid plates.
PML designed this pan for cars with the RE5R05A, 2005 and newer Nissan Frontier, Xterra, and Pathfinder, and Titans with skid plates:
Note: We cannot guarantee that this pan will fit. Many skid plates are available. The amount of ground clearance varies depending on the vehicle. Always check your vehicle to verify transmission and clearance. There is a restocking fee for returns. See Installations section below for examples and pictures.
We have a deep pan for the Nissan RE5R05A transmission, Part Number 11037 that is 3.5 quarts over stock.
2013/2014 version: A first revision of this transmission pan had slants on the front and rear and was 4.1 inches deep.
Replaces PML Part Number 11091: This PML transmission pan replaces PML part number 11091, which was 2 5/8 inches deep and designed for cars and Titan trucks with skid plates but would NOT work with Xterra, Frontier or Pathfinder.
Filter and Gasket Information
The filter on the RE5R05A is a screen, and it bolts on to the valve body of the transmission so no filter supports or extensions are needed.
This transmission pan works with stock gaskets. These are usually about $25 from your local Nissan dealer.
Image shows the driver's side of the pan where the drain is located. The drain is toward the front of the vehicle. Click on image to view larger.
PML includes a magnetic drain plug and all mounting bolts with the pan.
Machining for Temperature Sensors
The pan has three locations that can be drilled and tapped for an aftermarket gage or sensor. Two locations are on the passenger's side and one location is on the driver's side toward the rear. If you would like PML to machine the pan, the machining charge is $45 . The boss can accommodate a 1/8 NPT hole.
Image shows this PML pan installed with a temperature sending unit installed in the rear driver's side location. Click on image to view larger.
PML Transmission Pan Compared to Stock
These images show this PML transmission pan compared to the stock pan.
We have pictures from installations on:
2016 Nissan Frontier V6 4.0L
Carlos installed this pan on his 2016 Frontier Crew Cab SV V6 4.0L truck. The installation was straightforward, no issues. He added almost two additional quarts of fluid. Watch a video of the installation:
2006 Frontier Nismo Shrockworks Skid Plate
Cody installed this PML transmission oil pan on his Frontier. He has a Shrockworks skid plate, which cleared the PML pan but doesn't fit his truck quite right yet. Cody also helped us with the design of the pan by providing dimensions to the frame and available clearances. Our thanks to Cody to working with us.
2014 Xterra Pro 4x P&P Engineering Skid Plate
Lester installed this PML transmission pan on his 2014 Xterra. Our thanks to Lester for the pictures and feedback. He had these comments on the installation:
The installation of the pan was straight forward, took out the 22 bolts that attach the oem pan. Didn't need any special tools. The hardware that you guys provided I just used a regular allen wrench attached to my 3/8" socket driver. The pan cleared my aftermarket skid plate, which made by P&P Engineering. I also installed a glow shift tranny gauge so I could monitor the temp. during my offroad trips.
2014 Frontier SV V6 4x4 Hefty Fab Skid Plate
Tyler installed this PML pan on his 2014 Frontier with his full set of Hefty Fabworks Aluminum skids and Whiteknuckle sliders. He added 6 quarts of fluid total, which is 1 1/2 quarts more than stock. There is plenty of clearance between the PML pan and the skid plate, as shown in his pictures. Our thanks to Tyler for choosing a PML pan for his Frontier.
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