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Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Fuel tank

FWD

FWD : Exploded View

FWD : Exploded View

  1. Fuel filler cap
  2.  Grommet
  3.  Fuel filler tube
  4.  Cover
  5.  Clamp
  6.  Fuel filler hose
  7.  Clamp
  8.  Vent hose
  9.  Fuel tank protector
  10.  Fuel tank strap (LH)
  11.  Fuel tank strap (RH)
  12.  Fuel tank
  1.  To EVAP canister

: N·m (kg-m, in-lb)

FWD : Removal and Installation

REMOVAL

WARNING: Be sure to read “General Precautions” when working on the fuel system. Refer to FL-2, "General Precaution".

  1. Check the fuel level with the vehicle on a level surface. If the fuel gauge indicates more than the level as shown (1/2 full), drain the fuel from the fuel tank until the fuel gauge indicates a level at or below as shown (1/2 full).
  1.  Insert fuel tubing of less than 25mm (0.98in) diameter into the fuel filler tube through the fuel filler opening to drain fuel from the fuel filler tube.
  2.  Disconnect the fuel filler hose from the fuel filler tube.
  3.  Insert fuel tubing into the fuel tank through the fuel filler hose to drain fuel from the fuel tank.

FWD : Removal and Installation

  1. Release the fuel pressure from the fuel lines. Refer to EC-144, "Work Procedure".
  2.  Disconnect negative battery terminal. Refer to PG-75, "Removal and Installation (Battery)".
  3.  Unscrew the fuel filler cap to release the pressure inside the fuel tank.
  4.  Remove second row seat (RH). Refer to SE-37, "Exploded View".
  5.  Turn the four retainers 90 degrees to disengage the clips and remove the fuel pump inspection hole cover.

    CAUTION: Cover the immeditate area surrounding the fuel pump inspection hole cover with plastic to avoid gasoline damage to carpet.

  6.  Disconnect harness connector (A) and quick connector (B).

FWD : Removal and Installation

: Front

Disconnect quick connector as follows:

FWD : Removal and Installation

(A) : Pull
(B) : Push in tabs

CAUTION:

FWD : Removal and Installation

(B) : Connection (cross-section)
(D) : To under floor fuel line
(E) : To fuel tank
(G) : Disconnection

FWD : Removal and Installation

  1. Remove center exhaust tube and muffler assembly. Refer to EX-5, "Exploded View".
  2.  Remove protector from fuel tank.
  3.  Remove vent hose (1) at rear side of fuel tank.
  4.  Disconnect EVAP tube (2) at rear side of fuel tank.
  1.  Remove fuel filler hose (3) at fuel filler tube side.

FWD : Removal and Installation

: Front

  1. Remove parking brake cable bolts and separate parking brake cable from suspension arm. Refer to PB-7, "Exploded View".
  2.  Remove rear suspension bars. Refer to RSU-22, "Exploded View".
  3. Support center of fuel tank (1) with suitable jack (A).

CAUTION: Securely support the fuel tank with a piece of wood (B).

Fuel filler hose

  1. Remove fuel tank bands.
  2.  Lower suitable jack carefully to remove fuel tank while holding it by hand.

    CAUTION: Fuel tank may be in an unstable condition because of the shape of fuel tank bottom. Be sure to secure fuel tank at all times.

  3.  If replacing the fuel tank, remove the fuel level sensor unit, fuel filter and fuel pump assembly to transfer to the new fuel tank. Remove and discard the O-ring. Refer to FL-6, "Removal and Installation".

INSTALLATION

Installation is in the reverse order of removal.

Fuel Filler Hose

: 35 mm (1.38 in)

Awd

FWD : Inspection

INSPECTION AFTER INSTALLATION

Use the following procedure to check for fuel leaks.

  1.  Turn the ignition switch ON (without starting the engine). Then check the connections for fuel leaks by applying fuel pressure to the fuel piping.
  2.  Start engine, raise idle and verify there are no leaks at the fuel system connections.

AWD

AWD : Exploded View

  1. Fuel filler cap
  2. Grommet
  3. Fuel filler tube
  4.  Cover
  5. Clamp
  6. Fuel filler hose
  7.  Clamp
  8. Vent hose
  9. Fuel tank protector
  10.  Fuel tank strap (LH)
  11.  Fuel tank strap (RH)
  12.  Fuel tank
  1.  To EVAP canister

  : N·m (kg-m, in-lb)

AWD : Removal and Installation

REMOVAL

WARNING: Be sure to read “General Precautions” when working on the fuel system. Refer to FL-2, "General Precaution".

  1.  Check the fuel level with the vehicle on a level surface. If the fuel gauge indicates more than the level as shown (1/2 full), drain the fuel from the fuel tank until the fuel gauge indicates a level at or below as shown (1/2 full).
  1.  Insert fuel tubing of less than 25mm (0.98in) diameter into the fuel filler tube through the fuel filler opening to drain fuel from the fuel filler tube.
  2.  Disconnect the fuel filler hose from the fuel filler tube.
  3.  Insert fuel tubing into the fuel tank through the fuel filler hose to drain fuel from the fuel tank.

AWD : Removal and Installation

  1. Release the fuel pressure from the fuel lines. Refer to EC-144, "Work Procedure".
  2.  Disconnect negative battery terminal. Refer to PG-75, "Removal and Installation (Battery)".
  3.  Unscrew the fuel filler cap to release the pressure inside the fuel tank.
  4.  Remove second row seat (RH). Refer to SE-37, "Exploded View".
  5.  Turn the four retainers 90 degrees to disengage the clips and remove the fuel pump inspection hole cover..

    CAUTION: Cover the immeditate area surrounding the fuel pump inspection hole cover with plastic to avoid gasoline damage to carpet.

  6.  Remove center exhaust tube and muffler assembly. Refer to EX-5, "Exploded View".
  7.  Remove propeller shaft. Refer to DLN-99, "Removal and Installation".
  8.  Remove protector from fuel tank.
  9.  Remove vent hose (1) at rear side of fuel tank.
  10.  Disconnect EVAP tube (2) at rear side of fuel tank.
  1.  Remove fuel filler hose (3) at fuel filler tube side.

AWD : Removal and Installation

: Front

  1. Remove parking brake cable bolts and separate parking brake cable from suspension arm. Refer to PB-7, "Exploded View".
  2.  Remove rear suspension bars. Refer to RSU-22, "Exploded View".
  3.  Support center of fuel tank (1) with suitable jack (A).

CAUTION: Securely support the fuel tank with a piece of wood (B).

AWD : Removal and Installation

  1. Remove fuel tank bands.
  2.  Lower suitable jack carefully to remove fuel tank while holding it by hand.

    CAUTION: Fuel tank may be in an unstable condition, due to the shape of the fuel tank bottom. Be sure to secure tank at all times.

  3.  If replacing the fuel tank, remove the fuel level sensor unit, fuel filter and fuel pump assembly to transfer to the new fuel tank. Remove and discard the O-ring. Refer to FL-6, "Removal and Installation".

INSTALLATION

Installation is in the reverse order of removal.

Fuel Filler Hose

: 35 mm (1.38 in)

Fuel Filler Hose

AWD : Inspection

INSPECTION AFTER INSTALLATION

Use the following procedure to check for fuel leaks.

  1.  Turn the ignition switch ON (without starting the engine). Then check the connections for fuel leaks by applying fuel pressure to the fuel piping.
  2.  Start engine, raise idle and verify there are no leaks at the fuel system connections.
Fuel level sensor unit, fuel filter and fuel pump assembly
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