Nissan Juke Service and Repair Manual : Precautions for Drive Shaft

Observe the following precautions when disassembling and assembling drive shaft.

- Never disassemble joint sub-assembly because it is non-overhaul parts.

- Perform work in a location which is as dust-free as possible.

- Clean the parts, before disassembling and assembling.

- Prevent the entry of foreign objects during disassembly of the service location.

- Reassemble disassembled parts carefully in the correct order. If work is interrupted, a clean cover must be placed over parts.

- Use paper waste. Fabric shop cloths must not be used because of the danger of lint adhering to parts.

- Clean disassembled parts (except for rubber parts) with kerosene which shall be removed by blowing with air or wiping with paper waste.

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