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Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Third row seats

Exploded View

Exploded View

  1. Seatback board (RH)
  2. Seatback trim (RH)
  3. Seatback pad (RH)
  4.  Seat cushion trim (RH)
  5.  Seat cushion pad (RH)
  6. Seat cushion silencer (LH/RH)
  7.  Seat hinge finisher (RH)
  8. Gas stay
  9. Bolt cover (RH)
  10. Seat belt buckle (RH)
  11. Seat belt buckle (LH)
  12. Bolt cover (LH)
  13.  Stopper pin
  14.  Seat frame support
  15.  Seat hinge finisher (LH)
  16.  Seat striker (LH/RH)
  17. Seat striker finisher (LH/RH)
  18.  Seatback pull strap (LH/RH)
  19.  Seatback frame (LH)
  20.  Headrest (LH/RH)
  21.  Third row seat cross member
  22.  Third row seat cross member finisher (LH)
  23.  Third row seat cross member finisher (center)
  24.  Third row seat cross member finisher (RH)
  25.  Third row luggage floor
  26. Seatback board (LH)
  27.  Seatback trim (LH)
  28.  Seatback pad (LH)
  29. Seat cushion trim (LH)
  30. Seat cushion pad (LH)
  31.  Seat frame finisher (center)
  32.  Seat cushion frame (LH)
  33.  Seat cushion frame (RH))
  34.  Headrest holder (locked)
  35.  Headrest holder (free)
  36.  Seatback frame (RH)

Clip
Pawl

Removal and Installation

CAUTION: During removal and installation, an assistant is required to protect against injury or damage.

REMOVAL

  1.  Using a suitable tool release pawls and remove front bolt covers RH (2) and LH (1).

Removal

  1. Insert a suitable tool (A) through both U wires (B) of third row seat legs (1) (LH/RH).

WARNING: Do not remove seat front bolts without inserting a suitable tool through both U wires to protect against personal injury.

Removal

  1. Remove the seat front bolts (A).

Removal

  1. Fold the seatback to the flat position and open back door.
  2. Release seat latches by pulling straps (A) rearward, then lift seat from seat strikers (LH/RH) and remove.

Removal

INSTALLATION

Installation is in the reverse order of removal.

WARNING: Do not remove suitable tool from U wires before installing seat front bolts or personal injury may occur.

NOTE:

  1.  Two people are required to position the seat so the seat latches are over the seat striker locations.
  2.  Place rear seat legs on strikers, make sure to latch.
  3.  Check that the rear seat latch and striker do not interfere, then tighten bolts to specification. Refer to SE- 42, "Exploded View".

Third Row Seat Cross Member

REMOVAL

  1.  Remove the third row seat. Refer to SE-43, "Removal and Installation".
  2.  Remove screws (A) and third row seat cross member finishers (1, 2, 3).

Removal

  1. Release third row luggage board outer clips (A) and inner clips (B) using a suitable tool.

Remova

  1. Release third row luggage board retainer strap clips (A) (LH/RH) using a suitable tool and remove third row luggage board.

Remova

  1. Remove bolts and remove third row seat cross member.

INSTALLATION

Installation is in the reverse order of removal.

NOTE:

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Power seat switch
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Other materials:

Symptom diagnosis
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Consult/gst checking system
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Periodic maintenance
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