Nissan Juke Service and Repair Manual : Removal and Installation

REMOVAL

1. Shift the transaxle to the neutral position, and then release the parking brake.

2. Put matching marks on propeller shaft flange yoke and final drive companion flanges.

CAUTION:
For matching marks, use paint. Never damage propeller shaft flange yoke and final drive companion flange.

3. Put matching marks on propeller shaft flange yoke and transfer companion flanges.

CAUTION:
For matching marks, use paint. Never damage propeller shaft flange yoke and transfer companion flange.

4. Loosen mounting nuts of center bearing mounting bracket.

NOTE

:
Tighten mounting nuts temporarily.

5. Remove propeller shaft assembly fixing bolts and nuts.

6. Remove center bearing mounting bracket fixing nuts.

7. Remove propeller shaft assembly.

CAUTION:
This procedure requires 2 workers. Constant velocity joint must be handled with care.

If constant velocity joint was bent during propeller shaft assembly removal, installation, or transportation, its boot (1) may be damaged. Wrap boot interference area to metal part (2) with shop cloth or rubber to protect boot from breakage.

 Since no retaining pin is included in sliding direction, the


Since no retaining pin is included in sliding direction, the boot may be damaged or dropped if the constant velocity joint is slid out 25 mm (0.98 in) or more from the original length. Therefore, handle constant velocity joint by sliding it inward.

8. Perform inspection after removal. Refer to DLN-123, "Inspection".

INSTALLATION


INSTALLATION

Note the following, and install in the reverse order of removal.

Align matching marks to install propeller shaft assembly to final drive and transfer companion flanges.

To install, adjust front and rear position of mount bracket to avoid deflection (front-rear direction of the vehicle) to the center bearing insulator.

Perform inspection after installation. Refer to DLN-123, "Inspection".

After tightening the bolts and nuts to the specification torque, check that the bolts (3) on the flange side is tightened as shown in the figure.

1. Final drive assembly 2. Propeller shaft assembly

 If propeller shaft assembly or final drive assembly has been replaced,


If propeller shaft assembly or final drive assembly has been replaced, connect them as follows: CAUTION:
Constant velocity joint of a new propeller shaft has a preinstalled protector (1). Protector must be removed after installing propeller shaft.

1. Install propeller shaft (1) while aligning its matching mark (A) of


1. Install propeller shaft (1) while aligning its matching mark (A) of propeller shaft with the matching mark (B) of final drive (2) on the joint as close as possible.

2. Temporary tighten bolts and nuts.

3. Press down propeller shaft (1) with matching mark (C) of final


3. Press down propeller shaft (1) with matching mark (C) of final drive (2) facing upward. Then tighten fixing bolts and nuts to the specified torque.

Inspection


    Exploded View
    1. Propeller shaft assembly : Vehicle front : Nm (kg-m, ft-lb) : Always replace after every disassem ...

    Inspection
    INSPECTION AFTER REMOVAL Appearance Check the propeller shaft for bend and damage. If damage is detected, replace propeller shaft assembly. Propeller Shaft Runout Check propeller shaft runout ...

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