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Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Timing chain

Exploded View

Exploded View

  1. Cylinder block
  2.  Timing chain slack guide
  3.  Chain tensioner
  4.  Timing chain
  5.  Camshaft sprocket (EXH)
  6.  Camshaft sprocket (INT)
  7.  Oil filter
  8.  Front cover
  9. O-ring
  10.  Oil pressure sensor
  11. Valve timing control cover O-rings
  12.  Valve timing control cover
  13.  Intake valve timing intermediate lock control solenoid valve
  14.  Intake valve timing control solenoid valve
  15.  Exhaust valve timing control solenoid valve
  16.  Valve timing control solenoid valve Orings
  17.  Valve timing control cover O-rings
  18.  Front oil seal
  19.  Crankshaft pulley
  20.  Balancer unit timing chain
  21.  Balancer unit timing chain tensioner
  22.  Balancer unit
  23.  Balancer unit sprocket
  24.  Oil pump drive spacer
  25.  Crankshaft sprocket
  26. Timing chain tension guide
  27.  O-ring
  28.  O-ring
  29. O-ring
  1.  Refer to INSTALLATION

Removal and Installation

CAUTION: Apply new engine oil to parts as indicated in the illustration before installation.

REMOVAL

  1.  Remove the engine and transaxle assembly. Refer to EM-81, "Exploded View".
  2.  Remove intake manifold. Refer to EM-26, "Removal and Installation".
  3.  Remove the drive plate assembly. Refer to EM-92, "Exploded View".
  4.  Install engine to a suitable engine stand. Refer to EM-91, "Setting".
  5.  Disconnect harness connector from intake valve timing intermediate lock control solenoid valve.
  6.  Disconnect harness connector from intake valve timing control solenoid valve.
  7.  Disconnect harness connector from exhaust valve timing control solenoid valve.
  8.  Remove valve timing control cover.
  9.  Remove the upper and lower oil pan, oil strainer, and O-ring. Refer to EM-32, "Removal and Installation".
  10.  Remove generator. Refer to CHG-20, "Removal and Installation".
  11.  Set the No.1 cylinder at TDC on the compression stroke using the following procedure:
  1.  Rotate the crankshaft pulley clockwise and align the mating mark (B) to the timing indicator (A) on the front cover.

    NOTE: Do not use the white paint marks (C).

Removal

  1. At the same time, make sure that the camshaft sprocket mating marks (B) line up with the painted marks on the timing chain (A).

Removal

  1. Remove crankshaft pulley (1) using the following procedure:
  1.  Hold the crankshaft pulley (1) using suitable tool (A), then loosen and remove the crankshaft pulley bolt.

Removal

  1. Attach suitable tool (A) in the M 6 (0.24 in diameter) thread hole on crankshaft pulley (1), and remove crankshaft pulley.

Removal

  1. Remove the intake valve timing control cover. Refer to EM-75, "Valve Timing Control Cover".
  2.  Remove the front cover using the following procedure:
  1.  Loosen the bolts in reverse order as shown, and remove them.

Removal

(A) : Dowel pin

  1. Cut liquid gasket using Tool (A).

Tool number : KV10111100 (J-37228)

CAUTION: Be careful not to damage the front cover.

  1.  Remove the front cover.
  2.  Remove front oil seal using suitable tool, (if necessary).

    CAUTION: Be careful not to damage the front cover.

Removal

  1.  Remove chain tensioner (1) and timing chain using the following procedure:
  1.  Pull the lever (B) down and release the plunger stopper tab (C).
  1.  Insert the stopper pin (A) into the tensioner body hole to hold the lever (B) and keep tab released.

    NOTE: Allen wrench [2.5 mm (0.098)] is used for a stopper pin as an example.

Removal

  1. Insert plunger (C) into tensioner body by pressing timing chain slack guide (1).
  2.  Keep timing chain slack (1) guide pressed and hold it by pushing the stopper pin (B) through the lever hole and body hole.
  3.  Remove the chain tensioner bolts (A) and chain tensioner.

Removal

  1. Remove the timing chain.

    CAUTION: Do not rotate the crankshaft or camshafts while the timing chain is removed. It can cause damage to the valves and pistons.

  1.  Remove the camshaft sprockets using the following procedure:
  1.  Secure hexagonal part of the camshaft with a wrench and loosen the camshaft sprocket bolt.
  2.  Remove the camshaft sprocket bolt and camshaft sprockets for both camshafts.

Removal

  1. Remove the timing chain slack guide, timing chain tension guide, and oil pump drive spacer.
  2. Press stopper tab (A) in the direction shown to push the timing chain slack guide (B) toward timing chain tensioner (1) for the balancer unit.
  1.  Insert stopper pin (D) into tensioner body hole (C) to secure timing chain slack guide (B).

    NOTE: Use a hard metal pin with a diameter of approximately 1.2 mm (0.047 in) as a stopper pin.

  2.  Remove timing chain tensioner (1) for balancer unit.
  3.  Secure width across flats of the balancer unit LH side shaft using a suitable tool. Loosen the balancer unit sprocket bolt.

    22. Remove balancer unit timing chain, balancer unit sprocket and crankshaft sprocket.

Removal

  1. Loosen bolts in the reverse order shown, and remove balancer unit.

CAUTION:

Removal

Engine fron

INSPECTION AFTER REMOVAL

Oil Filter

Removal

Timing Chain

Check the timing chain for cracks (A) or excessive wear (B). If a defect is found, replace the timing chain.

Timing Chain

Balancer Unit Bolt Outer Diameter

Limit : 0.15 mm (0. 0059 in) or more

Balancer Unit Bolt Outer Diameter

INSTALLATION

  1.  Make sure the crankshaft key points straight up.
  2.  Install the balancer unit and tighten the bolts in the numerical order as shown:

Engine front

CAUTION:

Installation

Installation

Tool number : KV10112100 (BT-8653-A)

Step 1
Bolts 1-5 : 42 N·m (4.3 kg-m, 31 ft-lb)
Bolt 6 : 36 N·m (3.7 kg-m, 27 ft-lb)

Step 2
Bolts 1-5 : 120° + 5°
Bolt 6 : 90° + 5°

Step 3
Loosen in reverse order : 0 N·m (0 kg-m, 0 ft-lb)

Step 4
Bolts 1-5 : 42 N·m (4.3 kg-m, 31 ft-lb)
Bolt 6 : 36 N·m (3.7 kg-m, 27 ft-lb)

Step 5
Bolts 1-5 : 120° + 5°
Bolt 6 : 90° + 5°

  1. Install the crankshaft sprocket (1) and timing chain (2) for the balancer unit.

Installation

  1. Install timing chain tensioner for balancer unit (1).

Installation

  1. Install camshaft sprockets.

CAUTION:

Installation

  1. Install chain tensioner using the following procedure:
  1.  Install stopper pin (A) into the chain tensioner (1).
  2.  Install the chain tensioner and pull the stopper pin out.

    CAUTION: After installation, pull the stopper pin out, and make sure that the tensioner is fully released.

Installation

  1. Install timing chain (1) and related parts.

CAUTION:

NOTE:

Installation

(2) : Camshaft sprocket (INT)
(4) : Timing chain slack guide
(5) : Crankshaft key
(6) : Crankshaft sprocket
(7) : Balancer unit sprocket
(8) : Balancer unit chain tensioner
(9) : Balancer unit timing chain
(10) : Timing chain tension guide
(11) : Camshaft sprocket (EXH)
(A) : Mating mark (Outer groove)
(B) : Pink link
(C) : Mating mark (lug)
(D) : Mating mark (stamp)
(E) : Yellow link
(F) : Pink link
(G) : Mating mark (stamp)
(H) : Mating mark (stamp)
(J) : Yellow link
(K) : Mating mark (Outer groove)
(L) : Pink link

  1. Install new front oil seal to front cover. Refer to EM-78, "FRONT OIL SEAL : Removal and Installation".
  2.  Install front cover with the following procedure:
  1.  Install O-rings to cylinder head and cylinder block.

    CAUTION: Do not reuse O-rings.

  2. Apply a continuous bead of liquid gasket to front cover as shown.

Installation

(a) : 35.7 mm (1.406 in)
(b) : 6.0 – 7.0 mm (0.236 – 0.276 in)
(c) : 3.4 – 4.4 mm (0.134 – 0.173 in)
(d) : 179.6 mm (7.07 in)
(e) : 35.5 mm (1.398 in)
(f) : 31.3 mm (1.232 in)
(G) : Dowel pin hole

Use Genuine RTV Silicone Sealant or equivalent. Refer to GI-22, "Recommended Chemical Products and Sealants".

CAUTION:

  1. Make sure the mating marks on the timing chain and each sprocket are still aligned. Then install the front cover.

    CAUTION: Do not damage the front oil seal during installation.

  2.  Tighten front cover bolts in the numerical order shown.
  3.  After all bolts are tightened, retighten them to the specified torque.

Installation

Front cover bolts
Bolts 6, 10, 12 : 49 N·m (5.0 kg-m, 36 ft-lb)
Bolts (all remaining) : 12.8 N·m (1.3 kg-m, 9 ft-lb)
(A) : Dowel pin

CAUTION: Wipe off excess sealant leaking at the surface for installing the oil pan.

  1.  Install the chain guide between the camshaft sprockets.
  2. Install valve timing control cover. Refer to EM-75, "Valve Timing Control Cover".
  3.  Insert crankshaft pulley by aligning with crankshaft key.

CAUTION:

  1. Install crankshaft pulley bolt (1) and tighten to specification.

CAUTION:

Installation

Step 1 : Crankshaft bolt (1) : 42.1 N·m (4.3 kg-m, 31 ft-lb)
Step 2 : Crankshaft bolt (1) : 60° + 6°

  1. Apply a paint mark (A) on the front cover, mating with any one of six easy to recognize stamp marks on bolt flange (B).
  2.  Installation of the remaining components is in the reverse order of removal.
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