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Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Unit disassembly and assembly

FRONT DRIVE SHAFT

Exploded View (LH)

Exploded View (LH)

  1. Shaft
  2.  Circular clip
  3. Dust shield
  4.  Housing
  5. Snap ring
  6. Spider assembly
  7. Stopper ring
  8. Boot
  9. Boot band
  10. Joint sub-assembly

Wheel side

Disassembly and Assembly (LH)

DISASSEMBLY

Transaxle Assembly Side

  1.  Fix shaft with a vise.

    CAUTION: Protect shaft using aluminum or copper plates when fixing with a vise.

  2.  Remove boot bands, and then remove boot from housing.
  3.  Remove stopper ring.
  4.  Put matching marks on housing and shaft, and then pull out housing from shaft.

    CAUTION: Use paint or an equivalent for matching marks. Do not scratch the surfaces.

  5.  Put matching marks (A) on the spider assembly and shaft.

    CAUTION: Use paint or an equivalent for matching marks. Do not scratch the surfaces.

Transaxle Assembly Side

  1. Remove snap ring (1), and then remove spider assembly from shaft.
  2.  Remove boot from shaft.
  3.  Remove circular clip from housing (left side).
  4.  Remove dust shield from housing.
  5.  Clean old grease on housing with paper waste.

Transaxle Assembly Side

Wheel Side

  1.  Fix shaft with a vise.

    CAUTION: Protect shaft using aluminum or copper plates when fixing with a vise.

  2.  Remove boot bands, and then remove boot from joint sub-assembly.
  3.  Screw the drive shaft puller (A) 30 mm (1.18 in) or more into the thread of joint sub-assembly, and pull joint sub-assembly with a sliding hammer (B) from shaft.

CAUTION:

  1. Remove circular clip from shaft.
  2.  Remove boot from shaft.
  3.  Clean old grease on joint sub-assembly with paper waste while rotating ball cage.

Wheel Side

ASSEMBLY

Transaxle Assembly Side

  1.  Install new boot and boot bands to shaft.

CAUTION:

Transaxle Assembly Side

  1. Remove the tape wrapped around the serration on shaft.
  2.  To install the spider assembly (1), align it with the matching marks (A) on the shaft (2) put during the removal, and direct the serration mounting surface (B) to the shaft.

Transaxle Assembly Side

  1. Secure spider assembly onto shaft with snap ring (1).

    CAUTION: Do not reuse snap ring.

  2. Apply the appropriate amount of grease to spider assembly and sliding surface.
  3. Assemble the housing onto spider assembly, and apply the specified amount of grease.

Transaxle Assembly Side

Grease amount : Refer to FAX-65, "Drive Shaft".

  1. Align matching marks put during the removal of housing.
  2. Install stopper ring.

    CAUTION: Do not reuse stopper ring.

  3. Install boot securely into grooves (indicated by “*” marks) shown.

    CAUTION: If grease adheres to the boot mounting surface (indicated “*” mark) on shaft or housing, boot may be removed.

    Remove all grease from the boot mounting surface.

  4.  To prevent the deformation of the boot, adjust the boot installation length (L) to the value shown below by inserting the suitable tool into the inside of boot from the large diameter side of boot and discharging inside air.

Transaxle Assembly Side

Boots installed length (L) : Refer to FAX-65, "Drive Shaft".

CAUTION:

  1.  Install new boot bands securely as shown.

    CAUTION: Do not reuse boot band.

  2.  Secure housing and shaft, and then make sure that they are in the correct position when rotating boot. Reinstall them with new boot bands when the mounting positions become incorrect.
  3.  Install dust shield to housing (left side).

    CAUTION: Do not reuse dust shield.

  4.  Install circular clip to housing (left side).

    CAUTION: Do not reuse circular clip.

Transaxle Assembly Side

Wheel Side

For further details, refer to the installation procedure of “FAX-44, "WHEEL SIDE : Removal and Installation"” for the drive shaft boot.

Exploded View (RH)

Exploded View (RH)

  1. Joint sub-assembly
  2. Circular clip
  3. Boot band
  4. Boot
  5. Shaft
  6. Damper band
  7. Dynamic damper
  8. Stopper ring
  9. Spider assembly
  10. Snap ring
  11. Housing
  12. Dust shield
  13. Support bearing
  14. Retainer
  15. Support bearing bracket

: Wheel side

Disassembly and Assembly (RH)

DISASSEMBLY

Transaxle Assembly Side

  1.  Fix shaft with a vise.

    CAUTION: Protect shaft using aluminum or copper plates when fixing with a vise.

  2. Remove boot bands, and then remove boot from housing.
  3.  Remove stopper ring.
  4. Put matching marks on housing and shaft, and then pull out housing from shaft.

    CAUTION: Use paint or an equivalent for matching marks. Do not scratch the surfaces.

  5. Put matching marks (A) on the spider assembly and shaft.

    CAUTION: Use paint or an equivalent for matching marks. Do not scratch the surfaces.

Transaxle Assembly Side

  1. Remove snap ring (1), and then remove spider assembly from shaft.
  2. Remove boot from shaft.
  3. Remove circular clip from housing (left side).
  4. Remove dust shield from housing.
  5. Clean old grease on housing with paper waste.

Transaxle Assembly Side

Support Bearing

  1. Remove dust shield from housing.

Support Bearing

  1. Remove snap ring (1).

Support Bearing

  1. Press out support bearing from housing.
  2. Remove dust shield.

Support Bearing

Wheel Side

  1.  Fix shaft with a vise.

    CAUTION: Protect shaft using aluminum or copper plates when fixing with a vise.

  2.  Remove boot bands, and then remove boot from joint sub-assembly.
  3.  Screw the drive shaft puller (A) 30 mm (1.18 in) or more into the thread of joint sub-assembly, and pull joint sub-assembly with a sliding hammer (B) from shaft.

CAUTION:

  1.  Remove circular clip from shaft.
  2.  Remove boot from shaft.
  3.  Clean old grease on joint sub-assembly with paper waste while rotating ball cage.

Wheel Side

ASSEMBLY

Transaxle Assembly Side

  1.  Wrap serration on shaft with tape (A) to protect boot from damage.

    Install new boot and boot bands to shaft.

    CAUTION: Do not reuse boot and boot band.

  2.  Remove the tape wrapped around the serration on shaft.

Transaxle Assembly Side

  1. To install the spider assembly (1), align it with the matching marks (A) on the shaft (2) put during the removal, and direct the serration mounting surface (B) to the shaft.

Transaxle Assembly Side

  1. Secure spider assembly onto shaft with snap ring (1).

    CAUTION: Do not reuse snap ring.

  2.  Apply the appropriate amount of grease to spider assembly and sliding surface.
  3.  Assemble the housing onto spider assembly, and apply the specified amount of grease.

Transaxle Assembly Side

Grease amount : Refer to FAX-65, "Drive Shaft".

  1. Align matching marks put during the removal of housing.
  2. Install stopper ring.

    CAUTION: Do not reuse stopper ring.

  3. Install boot securely into grooves (indicated by “*” marks) shown in the figure.

    CAUTION: If grease adheres to the boot mounting surface (indicated “*” mark) on shaft or housing, boot may be removed.

    Remove all grease from the boot mounting surface.

  4. To prevent the deformation of the boot, adjust the boot installation length (L) to the value shown below by inserting the suitable tool into the inside of boot from the large diameter side of boot and discharging inside air.

Transaxle Assembly Side

Boots installed length (L) : Refer to FAX-65, "Drive Shaft".

CAUTION:

  1.  Install new boot bands securely as shown in the figure.

    CAUTION: Do not reuse boot band.

  2.  Secure housing and shaft, and then make sure that they are in the correct position when rotating boot. Reinstall them with new boot bands when the mounting positions become incorrect.
  3.  Install dust shield to housing (left side).

    CAUTION: Do not reuse dust shield.

  4.  Install circular clip to housing (left side).

    CAUTION: Do not reuse circular clip.

Transaxle Assembly Side

Support Bearing

  1.  Install dust shield on housing.

    CAUTION: Do not reuse dust shield.

  2. Press support bearing (1) onto housing to using the suitable tool (A).
  3. Install snap ring.

    CAUTION: Do not reuse snap ring.

Support Bearing

  1. Install dust shields.

    CAUTION: Do not reuse dust shields.

Support Bearing

Wheel Side

For further details, refer to the installation procedure of “FAX-44, "WHEEL SIDE : Removal and Installation"” for the drive shaft boot.

Removal and installation
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