Nissan Juke Service and Repair Manual : Removal and installation

Road wheel tire assembly

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1. Tire assembly


1. Tire assembly

Removal and Installation: Nm (kg-m, ft-lb)


Removal and Installation

REMOVAL

1. Remove wheel nuts.

2. Remove tire assembly.

INSTALLATION

Install in the reverse order of removal.

Inspection

ALUMINUM WHEEL

1. Check tires for wear and improper inflation.

2. Check wheels for deformation, cracks and other damage. If deformed, remove wheel and check wheel runout.

a. Remove tire from aluminum wheel and mount on a tire balance machine.

b. Set dial indicator as shown in the figure.

c. Check radial runout, if the lateral deflection (A) or vertical deflection (B) for radial runout value exceeds the limit, replace aluminum wheel.

Limit
Lateral deflection (A) : Refer to WT-9, "Road Wheel".

Vertical deflection (B) : Refer to WT-9, "Road Wheel".

STEEL WHEEL


STEEL WHEEL

1. Check tires for were and improper inflation.

2. Check wheels for deformation, cracks and other damage. If deformed, remove wheel and check wheel runout.

a. Remove tire from steel wheel and mount wheel on a tire balance machine.

b. Set two dial indicators as shown in the illustration.

c. Set each dial indicator to 0.

d. Rotate wheel and check dial indicators at several points around the circumference of the wheel.

e. Calculate runout at each point as shown below.

Lateral runout (A): ( 1+2 )/2 Radial runout (B): ( 3+4 )/2

f. Select maximum positive runout value and the maximum negative value. Add the two values to determine total runout.

CAUTION:
In case a positive or negative value is not available, use the maximum value (negative or positive) for total runout.

Limit
Lateral deflection (A) : Refer to WT-9, "Road Wheel".

Vertical deflection (B) : Refer to WT-9, "Road Wheel".

g. If the total runout value exceeds limit, replace steel wheel.

How to Handle Puncture Repair Agent (Without T-type Spare Tire) infoid


How to Handle Puncture Repair Agent (Without T-type Spare Tire) infoid

CAUTION:
Never spill the sealant in the tire during repair.

If the sealant spills, wipe it out with a waste cloth

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1. Remove tires. Refer to WT-7, "Removal and Installation".

2. Remove tire from road wheel, using a tire changer.

CAUTION:
When deflating a tire, cover the valve with a waste cloth to prevent the sealant from splattering.

Never spill the sealant in the tire during repair.

3. Dispose of sealant in the removed tire.

CAUTION:
Wipe out sealant spilled on the road wheel, tire, tire changer, and floor with a waste cloth.

Drained sealant or expired sealant returned by the customer must be disposed according to the law and local regulations.

Fix a tire blowout, if repairable.

NOTE

:
Sealant blocks holes caused by blowouts. These holes may not be found and repaired, depending on the level of blowout. Therefore, it is necessary to check tire air pressure frequently and replace tire with a new one, if the air pressure is decreasing.

Replace tire with a new one, if not repairable.

CAUTION:
Never dispose of tires with the sealant contained.

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