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Nissan Rogue Service Manual: CVT position

Inspection

  1. Turn ON the ignition switch with the shift selector at the “P” position.
  2.  Press the shift selector button with the brake pedal depressed, and confirm that the shift selector can be moved to positions other than “P”. Also confirm that movement is not allowed from the “P” position to other position without depressing the brake pedal.
  3.  Move the shift selector and check for “excessive effort”, “sticking”, “noise” or “rattle”.
  4. Confirm that shift selector stops at each position with the feel of engagement when it is moved through all the positions. Check whether or not the actual position the shift selector is in matches the position shown by the transaxle body.
  5. Make sure that the shift selector is moved to all the shift positions in the manner shown.
  1.  When the shift selector button is pressed without applying forward/ backward force to the shift selector at “P”, “R”, “N”, “D” or "L" positions, there should be no “sticking” on the shift selector button operation.
  2.  Check that the back-up lamps do not illuminate when the shift selector is in the “P” position.

Inspection

CAUTION: Check the lighting without pressing shift button.

  1.  Check that the engine can be started with the shift selector in the “P” and “N” positions only.
  2. Check that the transaxle is locked completely when the shift selector is in the “P” position.
  3. The relationship between shift selector, engine starting ability, and shift position indicator lighting should satisfy the conditions of the following table.
Shift selector position Load direction to the shift selector Applied load to the shift selector Engine starting ability Shift position indicator lighting
P P (over stroke) ← P → R 29.4 N (3.00 kg, 6.61 lb) Start P indicator shall be illuminated
R P ← R Not start R indicator shall be illuminated
N R ← N N indicator shall be illuminated
Start
D Not start D indicator shall be illuminated
L Not start L indicator shall be illuminated

Adjustment

  1. Move the selector lever to the “P” position.

CAUTION: Rotate the wheels at least a quarter turn and be certain the Park position mechanism is fully engaged.

  1. Loosen nut (A) and set manual lever (1) to the “P” position.

    CAUTION: Do not apply force to the manual lever.

  2.  Hold the control cable (2) and push it to direction of the arrow with a specified force.

Adjustment

Specified force : 9.8 N (1.0 kg, 2.2 lb)

  1. Temporarily tighten the nut with the control cable loose.
  2.  Tighten the nut to the specified torque. Refer to TM-197, "Exploded View".

CAUTION: Hold the manual lever securely in the "P" position when tightening control cable nut.

How to erase permanent DTC

Description

Permanent DTC can be erased by driving each driving pattern.

ECM recognizes each driving pattern; it transmits signals to each control module when the driving is complete.

Each control module erases permanent DTC based on those signals. For details, refer to EC-151, "Description".

Stall test
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