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Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Unit disassembly and assembly

Nissan Rogue Service Manual / Transmission & driveline / Rear Axle / AWD / Unit disassembly and assembly

REAR DRIVE SHAFT

Exploded View

DISASSEMBLY

  1. Circular clip
  2. Dust shield
  3. Slide joint housing
  4. Snap ring
  5. Spider assembly
  6. Boot band
  7. Boot
  8.  Shaft
  9. Circular clip
  10.  Joint sub-assembly
  11.  Sensor rotor

: Wheel side

Disassembly and Assembly

DISASSEMBLY

Final Drive Side

  1.  Place drive shaft in a vise.

    CAUTION: When placing drive shaft in a vise, always use copper or aluminum plates between vise and shaft.

  2. Remove boot bands and slide boot back.
  3. Put matching marks on slide joint housing and shaft, and then pull out slide joint housing from shaft.

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

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

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

Final Drive Side

  1. Remove snap ring (1).
  2. Remove spider assembly from shaft.
  3. Remove boot from shaft.
  4. Remove circular clip from housing.
  5. Remove dust shield from housing.
  6. Remove old grease from housing using paper waste.

Final Drive Side

Wheel Side

  1. Remove sensor rotor using suitable tools (A) and (B).

Wheel Side

  1. Place drive shaft in a vise.

    CAUTION: When placing drive shaft in a vice, always use aluminum or copper plates between the vise and the drive shaft.

  2. Remove boot bands and slide boot back.
  3.  Install suitable tool (A) 30 mm (1.18 in) or more into the thread of joint sub-assembly, and pull joint sub-assembly with suitable tool (B) from shaft.

CAUTION:

  1.  Remove circular clip from shaft.

    CAUTION: Do not reuse circular clip.

  2.  Remove boot from shaft.
  3. Clean old grease from joint sub-assembly while rotating ball cage.

Wheel Side

INSPECTION AFTER DISASSEMBLY

Shaft

Check shaft for runout, cracks, or other damage. Replace components as necessary.

Joint Sub-Assembly (Wheel Side)

Check the following:

Replace joint sub-assembly if necessary.

Slide joint housing and spider assembly (Final Drive Side)

Replace slide joint housing and spider assembly if there is scratching or wear on the slide joint housing roller contact surface or spider roller contact surface.

NOTE: Slide joint housing and spider assembly are used in a set.

ASSEMBLY

Final Drive Side

  1.  Install new boot and new small boot band to shaft.

CAUTION:

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

Final Drive Side

  1. Align the matching marks (A) on the spider assembly (1) with the matching mark on the shaft (2). Install the spider assembly to the shaft with the chamfer (B) facing the shaft.

Final Drive Side

  1. Install new snap ring (1) using suitable tool onto shaft.

    CAUTION: Do not reuse snap ring.

  2. Apply the appropriate amount of grease (Genuine NISSAN Grease or equivalent) onto the spider assembly and the sliding surface of the slide joint housing.

    NOTE: Always check with the Parts Department for the latest parts information.

  3. Install the slide joint housing onto the spider assembly and apply the balance of the specified amount of grease into the slide joint housing.

Final Drive Side

Grease amount : Refer to RAX-27, "Drive Shaft".

  1. Align the matching mark on the slide joint housing with the matching mark on the shaft.
  2.  Install boot securely into grooves (indicated by “*” marks) as shown.

    CAUTION: If there is grease on boot mounting surfaces (indicated by “*” marks) on shaft or slide joint housing, the boot may come off. Clean all grease from the boot mounting surfaces.

  3. Make sure the boot installation length (L) is correct. Insert a suitable tool into large end of boot. Bleed air from boot to prevent boot deformation.

Final Drive Side

Boot installation length (L) : Refer to RAX-27, "Drive Shaft".

CAUTION:

  1.  Install new boot bands securely.

CAUTION: Do not reuse boot band.

  1.  Put boot band in the groove on drive shaft boot. Then fit pawls ( ) into holes for temporary installation.

NOTE: For the large diameter side, fit projection (A) and guide slit (B) at first.

Final Drive Side

  1. Pinch projection on the band with suitable pliers to tighten band.
  2.  Insert tip of band below end of pawl.

Final Drive Side

  1. Attempt to rotate boot to check whether or not the boot bands are securing the boot. If the boot is not secure, remove the boot bands, reposition the boot, and install new boot bands.
  2. Install dust shield to slide joint housing.

    CAUTION: Do not reuse dust shield.

  3.  Install circular clip to slide joint housing.

    CAUTION: Do not reuse circular clip.

Wheel Side

  1.  Install sensor rotor (1) using Tool (A), Tool (B) and a press.

Wheel Side

Tool (A) number : KV38100500 ( - )
Tool (B) number : KV40101840 ( - )

  1. Fill the serration slot on the joint sub-assembly (1) with grease (Genuine NISSAN Grease or equivalent) until the serration slot and ball groove become full to the brim.

CAUTION: After applying the grease, use a paper shop cloth to wipe off the grease that has oozed out.

NOTE: Always check with the Parts Department for the latest parts information.

Wheel Side

  1. Install new boot and new small boot band to shaft.

CAUTION:

  1.  Remove protective tape wrapped around the serration part on shaft.

Wheel Side

  1. Install a new circular clip to shaft. Position the circular clip in the shaft groove.

    CAUTION: Do not reuse circular clip.

    NOTE: A drive joint inserter is recommended when installing the circular clip.

  2.  Align the center axle with the shaft edge and the joint sub-assembly. Assemble the shaft with the joint-sub assembly while holding the circular clip.

    CAUTION: Confirm that joint sub-assembly is correctly engaged while rotating drive shaft.

  3.  Install the joint sub-assembly to the shaft using a suitable tool.

CAUTION:

  1. Apply the balance of the specified amount of grease to the inside of the boot from the large diameter side of the boot.

Wheel Side

Grease amount : Refer to RAX-27, "Drive Shaft".

  1. Install the boot securely into grooves (indicated by “*” marks) as shown.

    CAUTION: If there is grease on the boot mounting surfaces (indicated by “*” marks) on the shaft or joint sub-assembly, the boot may come off. Remove all grease from the boot mounting surfaces.

  2.  Make sure boot installation length (L) is correct. Insert a suitable tool into the large end of the boot. Bleed air from boot to prevent boot deformation.

Wheel Side

Boots installation length (L) : Refer to RAX-27, "Drive Shaft".

CAUTION: The boot may break if the boot installation length is not correct.

  1.  Install new boot bands securely.

CAUTION: Do not reuse boot band.

  1.  Put boot band in the groove on drive shaft boot. Then fit pawls ( ) into holes for temporary installation.

NOTE: For the large diameter side, fit projection (A) and guide slit (B) at first.

Wheel Side

  1. Pinch projection on the band with suitable pliers to tighten band.
  2.  Insert tip of band below end of pawl.

Wheel Side

  1. Attempt to rotate boot to check whether or not the boot bands are securing the boot. If the boot is not secure, remove the boot bands, reposition the boot, and install new boot bands.
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