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Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Vacuum lines

Exploded View

Exploded View

  1. Clamp
  2. Vacuum hose
  3. Vacuum tube
  4.  Clip
  5. Vacuum hose
  1.  To intake manifold
  2. To brake booster
  3. Paint mark
  4. Stamp indicating engine direction

Removal and Installation

REMOVAL

  1.  Remove the cowl top. Refer to EXT-25, "Removal and Installation".
  2.  Remove the air duct assembly to the electric throttle control actuator. Refer to EM-24, "Exploded View".
  3.  Disconnect the vacuum hose from the engine intake manifold.
  4.  Disconnect the vacuum hose from the brake booster.
  5.  Disconnect the vacuum hose from the clip.
  6.  Remove the vacuum hoses.

INSPECTION AFTER REMOVAL

Visual Inspection

Check for correct installation, damage and deterioration of the vacuum hoses and pipe.

INSTALLATION

Installation is in the reverse order of removal.

CAUTION:

Visual Inspection

Brake booster
Exploded View Spacer Gasket Brake booster  Check valve Reservoir tank Brake fluid level sensor  Brake booster pressure sensor Removal and installation REMOVAL ...

Front disc brake
BRAKE PAD (1 PISTON TYPE) BRAKE PAD (1 PISTON TYPE) : Exploded View Torque member  Bushing Piston boot  Slide pin boot Slide pin Piston Piston seal Brake caliper ...

Other materials:

Symptom diagnosis
POWER DOOR LOCK SYSTEM SYMPTOMS Symptom Table DOOR LOCK/UNLOCK FUNCTION MALFUNCTION NOTE:  Before performing the diagnosis in the following table, check “WORK FLOW”. Refer to DLK-312, "Work Flow".  Check that vehicle is under the condition shown in “Conditions ...

P0743 torque converter
DTC Description DTC DETECTION LOGIC DTC CONSULT screen terms (Trouble diagnosis content) DTC detection condition P0743 TORQUE CONVERTER (Torque Converter Clutch Circuit Electrical) When all of the following conditions are satisfied and this state is maintained ...

C1199 brake booster
DTC Logic DTC DETECTION LOGIC DTC Display Item Malfunction detected condition Possible causes C1199 BRAKE BOOSTER When brake booster vacuum is approx. 0 kPa (0 mm- Hg) during engine running. Harness or connector  Vacuum sensor (brake booster) ...

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