Nissan Juke Service and Repair Manual : Brake pedal

Inspection and Adjustment

INSPECTION

Brake Pedal Height
Check the height (H1) between the dash lower panel (1) and the brake pedal upper surface.

H1 : Refer to BR-70, "Brake Pedal".

CAUTION:
Remove the floor trim.

Stop Lamp Switch


Stop Lamp Switch
Check the clearance (C) among the brake pedal lever (1) and the stop lamp switch (2) threaded end.

C : Refer to BR-70, "Brake Pedal".

CAUTION:
The stop lamp must turn off when the brake pedal is released.

NOTE:

Pull the brake pedal pad to make the clearance between the stop lamp switch threaded end and the brake peal lever.

Brake Switch/Brake Pedal Position Switch


Brake Switch/Brake Pedal Position Switch Check the clearance (C) among the brake pedal lever (1) and the brake switch/brake pedal position switch (2) threaded end.

C : Refer to BR-70, "Brake Pedal".

NOTE

:
Pull the brake pedal pad to make the clearance between the brake switch/brake pedal position switch threaded end and the brake peal lever.

Brake Pedal Play


Brake Pedal Play
Press the brake pedal. Check the brake pedal play (A) (stroke until fluid pressure occurs).

A : Refer to BR-70, "Brake Pedal".

Depressed Brake Pedal Height


Depressed Brake Pedal Height Check the height between the dash lower panel (1) and the brake pedal upper surface (H2) when depressing the brake pedal at 490 N (50 kg, 110 lb) while turning engine ON.

H2 : Refer to BR-70, "Brake Pedal".

CAUTION: Remove the floor trim.

ADJUSTMENT


ADJUSTMENT

Brake Pedal Height
1. Remove instrument lower panel. Refer to IP-13, "Removal and Installation".

2. Disconnect the stop lamp switch and brake switch/brake pedal position switch harness connector.

3. Loosen the stop lamp switch and brake switch/brake pedal position switch 45 counterclockwise.

4. Loosen the lock nut (2) of input rod (1).

5. Rotate the input rod, adjust the brake pedal to the specified height (H1).

CAUTION:
The threaded end of the input rod must project to the inner side (L) of the clevis (3).

H1 : Refer to BR-70, "Brake Pedal".


H1 : Refer to BR-70, "Brake Pedal".

6. Tighten the lock nut. Refer to BR-46, "Exploded View".

7. Adjust the clearance between the brake pedal lever and the stop lamp switch and brake switch/brake pedal position switch threaded end after adjusting the brake pedal height.

Stop Lamp Switch


Stop Lamp Switch
1. Remove instrument lower panel. Refer to IP-13, "Removal and Installation".

2. Disconnect the harness connector from stop lamp switch.

3. Loosen the stop lamp switch 45 counterclockwise.

4. Press-fit the stop lamp switch (2) until the stop lamp switch hits the brake pedal lever (1) 45 clockwise while pulling the brake pedal pad slightly.

CAUTION:
The clearance (C) between the brake pedal lever and stop lamp switch threaded and must be the specified value.

C : Refer to BR-70, "Brake Pedal".

The stop lamp must be turned off when the brake pedal is released.

Brake Switch/Brake Pedal Position Switch


Brake Switch/Brake Pedal Position Switch 1. Remove instrument lower panel. Refer to IP-13, "Removal and Installation".

2. Disconnect the harness connector from brake switch/brake pedal position switch.

3. Loosen the brake switch/brake pedal position switch 45 counterclockwise.

4. Press-fit the brake switch/brake pedal position switch (2) until the brake switch/brake pedal position switch hits the brake pedal lever (1) 45 clockwise while pulling the brake pedal pad slightly.

CAUTION:
The clearance (C) between the brake pedal lever and brake switch/brake pedal position switch threaded and must be the specified value.

C : Refer to BR-70, "Brake Pedal".

Depressed Brake Pedal Height


Depressed Brake Pedal Height 1. Perform the air bleeding. Refer to BR-13, "Bleeding Brake System".

2. Check the height between the dash lower panel (1) and the brake pedal upper surface (H2) when depressing the brake pedal at 490 N (50 kg, 110 lb) while turning engine ON.

H2 : Refer to BR-70, "Brake Pedal".

CAUTION:
Remove the floor trim.

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