Nissan Juke Service and Repair Manual : Clutch master cylinder

LHD : Exploded View

1. Reservoir hose


1. Reservoir hose
2. Reservoir tank
3. Master cylinder

LHD : Removal and Installation

REMOVAL

CAUTION:
Keep painted surface on the body or other parts free of clutch fluid. If it spills, wipe up immediately and wash the affected area with water.

Never disassemble clutch master cylinder.

1. Drain clutch fluid. Refer to CL-10, "RS5F92R : Draining" (RS5F92R) or CL-13, "RS6F94R : Draining" (RS6F94R).

2. Remove air cleaner case. Refer to EM-26, "Removal and Installation" (MR16DDT), EM-161, "Removal and Installation" (HR16DE), or EM-280, "Removal and Installation" (K9K).

3. Remove reservoir hose from reservoir tank and master cylinder.

4. Remove master cylinder rod end () from clutch pedal.
) from clutch pedal.

5. Pull up the lock pin (1) from connector of master cylinder (2) and


5. Pull up the lock pin (1) from connector of master cylinder (2) and separate clutch tube (3).

6. Rotate master cylinder clockwise by 45 degrees, and then remove master cylinder from the vehicle.

INSTALLATION


INSTALLATION

CAUTION:
Keep painted surface on the body or other parts free of clutch fluid. If it spills, wipe up immediately and wash the affected area with water.

1. Tilt master cylinder clockwise by 45 degrees (A) and insert it to the mounting hole. Rotate counterclockwise and secure it. At this time, nipple (1) is upward of the vehicle.

B : Mounting condition

2. Install master cylinder rod end to clutch pedal.


2. Install master cylinder rod end to clutch pedal.

CAUTION:
Press master cylinder rod end into clutch pedal until it stops.

3. Install reservoir hose to reservoir tank and master cylinder.

CAUTION:
Set reservoir hose with painted mark facing upward.

4. Press down the lock pin into connector of master cylinder until it stops.

5. Install clutch tube into connector of master cylinder until it stops.

6. For the next step and after, install in the reverse order of removal.

LHD : Inspection and Adjustment

INSPECTION AFTER INSTALLATION

Check the fluid leakage and the fluid level. Refer to CL-10, "RS5F92R : Inspection" (RS5F92R) or CL-13, "RS6F94R : Inspection" (RS6F94R).

Check the clutch pedal height, clutch pedal height at clutch disengagement, and clutch pedal play. Refer to CL-7, "Inspection and Adjustment".

Check the clutch interlock switch position. (With push-button ignition switch system) Refer to CL-7, "Inspection and Adjustment".

Check the clutch pedal position switch position. (With ASCD or with push-button ignition switch system) Refer to CL-7, "Inspection and Adjustment".

ADJUSTMENT AFTER INSTALLATION

Adjust the clutch interlock switch position. (With push-button ignition switch system) Refer to CL-7, "Inspection and Adjustment".

Adjust the clutch pedal position switch position. (With ASCD or with push-button ignition switch system) Refer to CL-7, "Inspection and Adjustment".

Perform the air bleeding. Refer to CL-12, "RS5F92R : Air Bleeding" (RS5F92R) or CL-15, "RS6F94R : Air Bleeding" (RS6F94R).

RHD

RHD : Exploded View

1. Reservoir tank


1. Reservoir tank
2. Reservoir hose
3. Master cyl

RHD : Removal and Installation

REMOVAL

CAUTION:
Keep painted surface on the body or other parts free of clutch fluid. If it spills, wipe up immediately and wash the affected area with water.

Never disassemble clutch master cylinder.

1. Drain clutch fluid. Refer to CL-10, "RS5F92R : Draining" (RS5F92R) or CL-13, "RS6F94R : Draining" (RS6F94R).

2. Move the fuel feed tube and the fuel return hose aside not to interfere with work. (K9K)
3. Remove reservoir hose from reservoir tank and master cylinder.

4. Remove master cylinder rod end () from clutch pedal.
) from clutch pedal.

5. Remove the engine room insulator.

6. Remove the cowl top extension. Refer to EXT-20, "Removal and Installation".

7. Pull up the lock pin (1) from connector of master cylinder (2) and


7. Pull up the lock pin (1) from connector of master cylinder (2) and separate clutch tube (3).

8. Rotate master cylinder clockwise by 45 degrees, and then remove master cylinder from the vehicle.

INSTALLATION


INSTALLATION

CAUTION

:
Keep painted surface on the body or other parts free of clutch fluid. If it spills, wipe up immediately and wash the affected area with water.

1. Tilt master cylinder clockwise by 45 degrees (A) and insert it to the mounting hole. Rotate counterclockwise and secure it. At this time, nipple (1) is upward of the vehicle.

B : Mounting condition

2. Install master cylinder rod end to clutch pedal.


2. Install master cylinder rod end to clutch pedal.

CAUTION:
Press master cylinder rod end into clutch pedal until it stops.

3. Install reservoir hose to reservoir tank and master cylinder.

4. Press down the lock pin into connector of master cylinder until it stops.

5. Install clutch tube into connector of master cylinder until it stops.

6. Install the fuel feed tube and the fuel return hose. (K9K) 7. Fill with clutch fluid. Refer to CL-11, "RS5F92R : Refilling" (RS5F92R) or CL-14, "RS6F94R : Refilling" (RS6F94R).

8. Install the engine room insulator.

9. Install the cowl top extension. Refer to EXT-20, "Removal and Installation".

RHD : Inspection and Adjustment

INSPECTION AFTER INSTALLATION

Check the fluid leakage and the fluid level. Refer to CL-10, "RS5F92R : Inspection" (RS5F92R) or CL-13, "RS6F94R : Inspection" (RS6F94R).

Check the clutch pedal height, clutch pedal height at clutch disengagement, and clutch pedal play. Refer to CL-7, "Inspection and Adjustment".

Check the clutch interlock switch position. (With push-button ignition switch system) Refer to CL-7, "Inspection and Adjustment".

Check the clutch pedal position switch position. (With ASCD or with push-button ignition switch system) Refer to CL-7, "Inspection and Adjustment".

ADJUSTMENT AFTER INSTALLATION

Adjust the clutch interlock switch position. (With push-button ignition switch system) Refer to CL-7, "Inspection and Adjustment".

Adjust the clutch pedal position switch position. (With ASCD or with push-button ignition switch system) Refer to CL-7, "Inspection and Adjustment".

Perform the air bleeding. Refer to CL-12, "RS5F92R : Air Bleeding" (RS5F92R) or CL-15, "RS6F94R : Air Bleeding" (RS6F94R)

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