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Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Heating and cooling unit assembly

Exploded View

Steering Member

Steering Member

  1. Heating and cooling unit assembly
  2. Steering member
  3.  Bolt
  4. Nut

Automatic Air Conditioning

Automatic Air Conditioning

  1. Wiring harness
  2. Air mix door duct (LH)
  3.  Air mix door duct (RH)
  4.  Intake housing gasket
  5.  Blower motor
  6. Front foot duct (RH)
  7. Mode door motor
  8. Mode door motor link
  9. Mode door motor link 2
  10. Mode door motor main link
  11.  Rear foot door lever
  12.  Front foot door link
  13.  Front foot door lever
  14.  Air mix door motor (RH)
  15. Air mix door motor link (RH)
  16.  Air mix door motor link 2 (RH)
  17. Air mix door lever (RH)
  18.  In-cabin microfilter
  19.  In-cabin microfilter cover
  20.  Evaporator
  21.  Evaporator grommet
  22.  Expansion valve
  23.  Expansion valve plug
  24.  Heater core
  25.  Heater core grommet
  26. Heater core pipe cover
  27. Aspirator
  28.  Intake sensor
  29. Inspection cover
  30. Variable blower control
  31.  Air mix door motor (LH)
  32. Front foot duct (LH)
  33.  Intake door motor
  34.  Intake door motor link
  35. Intake door lever
  36.  Internal door linkage 1
  37.  Internal door linkage 2
  38. Side ventilator duct gasket (LH)
  39.  Rear foot door
  40.  Front foot door
  41.  Center ventilator door
  42.  Defroster door
  43.  Side ventilator duct gasket (RH)
  44.  Center ventilator duct gasket
  45.  Defroster duct gasket
  46.  Drain hose

Manual Air Conditioning

Manual Air Conditioning

  1. Wiring harness
  2. Intake housing gasket
  3. Blower motor
  4. Front foot duct
  5. Mode door motor
  6. Mode door motor link
  7. Mode door motor link 2
  8. Mode door motor main link
  9. Rear foot door lever
  10.  Front foot door link
  11.  Front foot door lever
  12.  In-cabin microfilter
  13.  In-cabin microfilter cover
  14.  Evaporator
  15. Evaporator grommet
  16. Expansion valve
  17. Expansion valve plug
  18. Heater core grommet
  19.  Heater core
  20. Heater core pipe cover
  21.  Aspirator
  22.  Intake sensor
  23. Inspection cover
  24.  Variable blower control
  25.  Air mix door motor
  26. Intake door motor
  27. Intake door motor link
  28. Intake door lever
  29. Front foot duct (LH)
  30. Internal door linkage 1
  31.  Internal door linkage 2
  32. Side ventilator duct gasket (LH)
  33.  Rear foot door
  34.  Front foot door
  35.  Center ventilator door
  36. Defroster door
  37.  Side ventilator duct gasket (RH)
  38. Center ventilator duct gasket
  39. Defroster duct gasket
  40.  Drain hose

HEATING AND COOLING UNIT ASSEMBLY

HEATING AND COOLING UNIT ASSEMBLY : Removal and Installation

REMOVAL

CAUTION: Before servicing, turn the ignition switch off, disconnect both battery cables and wait at least three minutes.

NOTE: When removing components such as hoses, lines/tubes, etc., cap or plug openings to prevent fluid from leaking.

  1. Disconnect the negative and positive battery terminals and wait at least three minutes. Refer to PG-75, "Removal and Installation (Battery)".
  2. Discharge the refrigerant. Refer to HA-23, "Recycle Refrigerant".
  3.  Drain the engine coolant. Refer to CO-8, "Draining".
  4. Remove instrument panel assembly. Refer to IP-14, "INSTRUMENT PANEL ASSEMBLY : Removal and Installation".
  5. Remove steering column. Refer to ST-12, "Removal and Installation".
  6. Remove dash side finishers (LH/RH). Refer to INT-24, "DASH SIDE FINISHER : Removal and Installation".
  7.  Remove front floor connecting ducts (LH/RH). Refer to VTL-10, "FRONT FLOOR DUCT : Removal and Installation - Front Floor Connecting Duct".
  8. Remove the cowl top extension. Refer to EXT-25, "Removal and Installation".
  9.  Remove the bolt (A) that retains the low-pressure pipe and highpressure pipe to the expansion valve (1).

CAUTION: Cap or wrap the joint of the pipe with suitable material such as vinyl tape to avoid the entry of air.

 

  1. Disconnect the heater hoses from the heater core.
  2.  Remove the nuts and bolts that retain the steering member to the vehicle body.
  3.  Disconnect the drain hose from the heating and cooling unit assembly.
  4.  Disconnect the harness connectors from the heating and cooling unit assembly and steering member.
  5.  Remove the heating and cooling unit assembly and steering member from the vehicle as an assembly.

    CAUTION: Use care not to damage the seats when removing the steering member.

  6. Remove the bolts that retain the heating and cooling unit assembly to the steering member.
  7.  Separate the heating and cooling unit assembly from the steering member.

INSTALLATION

Installation is in the reverse order of removal.

CAUTION:

HEATER CORE

HEATER CORE : Exploded View

Heater core : exploded view

  1. Heating and cooling unit assembly
  2. Heater core
  3. Heater core grommet
  4. Heater core pipe cover

Front

HEATER CORE : Removal and Installation

REMOVAL

NOTE: When removing components such as hoses, lines/tubes, etc., cap or plug openings to prevent fluid from spilling.

  1.  Discharge the refrigerant. Refer to HA-23, "Recycle Refrigerant".
  2.  Drain the engine coolant. Refer to CO-8, "Draining".
  3. Remove heating and cooling unit assembly. Refer to HA-42, "HEATING AND COOLING UNIT ASSEMBLY : Removal and Installation".
  4. Remove front foot duct (LH). Refer to VTL-10, "FRONT FOOT DUCT : Removal and Installation".
  5. Remove screws and heater core pipe cover. Refer to HA-39, "Exploded View".
  6.  Remove heater core.

INSTALLATION

Installation is in the reverse order of removal.

EVAPORATOR

EVAPORATOR : Exploded View

Exploded View

  1. Evaporator
  2. Expansion valve
  3. Heating and cooling unit assembly

EVAPORATOR : Removal and Installation

REMOVAL

  1.  Discharge the refrigerant. Refer to HA-23, "Recycle Refrigerant".
  2.  Remove front foot duct (LH). Refer to VTL-10, "FRONT FOOT DUCT : Removal and Installation".
  3.  Remove heater core. Refer to HA-43, "HEATER CORE : Removal and Installation".
  4.  Remove intake door motor. Refer to HAC-110, "INTAKE DOOR MOTOR : Removal and Installation" (AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONING) or HAC-185, "INTAKE DOOR MOTOR : Removal and Installation" (MANUAL AIR CONDITIONING).
  5. Remove air mix door motor (LH) (AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITONING). Refer to HAC-110, "AIR MIX DOOR MOTOR : Removal and Installation".
  6. Remove air mix door motor (MANUAL AIR CONDITIONING). Refer to HAC-185, "AIR MIX DOOR MOTOR : Removal and Installation".
  7.  Separate the heating and cooling unit assembly and remove evaporator.

INSTALLATION

Installation is in the reverse order of removal.

CAUTION:

EXPANSION VALVE

EXPANSION VALVE : Removal and Installation

REMOVAL

  1.  Discharge the refrigerant. Refer to HA-23, "Recycle Refrigerant".
  2.  Remove cowl top extension. Refer to EXT-25, "Removal and Installation".
  3. Remove the bolt (A) that retains the low-pressure pipe and highpressure pipe to the expansion valve (1).

    CAUTION: Cap or wrap the joint of the pipe with suitable material such as vinyl tape to avoid the entry of air.

Removal

  1. Remove bolts (A) and expansion valve (1).

Removal

INSTALLATION

Installation is in the reverse order of removal.

CAUTION:

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