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Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Intake manifold

Exploded View

Exploded View

  1. Intake manifold
  2.  Intake manifold gasket
  3.  Electirc throttle control actuator O-ring
  4.  Electric throttle control actuator

Removal and Installation

REMOVAL

WARNING: To avoid danger of being scalded, do not drain engine coolant when engine is hot.

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

  1.  Disconnect battery negative terminal.
  2.  Remove the air cleaner and air duct. Refer to EM-24, "Removal and Installation".
  3.  Disconnect the PCV hose from the rocker cover.
  4.  Disconnect harness connector from EVAP canister purge volume control solenoid.
  5.  Disconnect the EVAP hose and EVAP canister purge volume control solenoid.
  6.  Disconnect the brake booster vacuum hose from the intake manifold.
  7.  Disconnect harness connector from electric throttle control actuator.
  8.  Disconnect the water hoses from the electric throttle control actuator (if necessary).

CAUTION:

NOTE:

When removing only intake manifold, position electric throttle control actuator aside without disconnecting the water hose.

  1. Loosen bolts in reverse order as shown, then remove electric throttle control actuator and electric throttle control actuator Oring.

CAUTION:

Removal

  1. Remove front exhaust tube. Refer to EX-5, "Exploded View".
  2.  Disconnect harness connector from intake manifold runner control valve.
  3.  Disconnect harness connector from intake manifold runner control valve position sensor.
  4.  Remove harness retainers.
  5.  Remove intake manifold in the reverse order shown and remove the intake manifold gasket.

CAUTION: Cover engine openings to prevent entry of foreign materials.

Removal

INSTALLATION

Installation is in the reverse order of removal. Follow the tightening sequences and specifications below and perform the following:

Intake Manifold

  1.  Securely install gasket to groove.

CAUTION: Do not reuse gasket.

  1.  If studs were removed, install them and tighten to specification.

Studs : 9.4 N·m (0.96 kg-m, 83 in-lb)

  1. Tighten in numerical order as shown.

CAUTION: After tightening the five bolts in the order shown, the 1, 6 position designates that the first bolt tightened is to be retightened to specification.

Nuts/Bolts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 : 25 N·m (2.6 kg-m, 18 ft-lb)

Installation

Electric Throttle Control Actuator

  1.  Install a new O-ring on the electric throttle control actuator.

    CAUTION: Do not reuse electric throttle control actuator O-ring.

  2.  Tighten the bolts of electric throttle control actuator equally and diagonally in several steps in numerical order as shown.

Electric Throttle Control Actuator

INSPECTION AFTER INSTALLATION

Make sure there are no fuel leaks at connections as follows:

  1.  Apply fuel pressure to fuel lines by turning ignition switch ON (with engine stopped). Then check for fuel leaks at connections.

    NOTE: Use mirrors for checking on connections out of the direct line of sight.

  2.  Start the engine and rev it up and check for fuel leaks at connections.

    WARNING: Do not touch engine immediately after stopping as engine is extremely hot.

Air cleaner and air duct
Exploded View Mass air flow sensor Air cleaner filter  Air cleaner case (lower)  Air duct assembly Grommet Resonator bracket (front)  Resonator bracket (rear) ...

Exhaust manifold and three way catalyst
Exploded View Cylinder head Exhaust manifold and three way catalyst gasket  Exhaust manifold cover (upper)  Exhaust manifold and three way catalyst  Exhaust manifold ...

Other materials:

If your vehicle overheats
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Inside mirror
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System description
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