Nissan Juke Service and Repair Manual : Reverse idler shaft and gear

Exploded View

1. Reverse output gear


1. Reverse output gear 2. Snap ring
3. Reverse baulk ring
4. Return spring
5. Needle bearing
6. Seal washer
7. Reverse idler shaft
8. Spacer
9. Reverse input gear
10. Lock washer
11. Spring washer

: Always replace after every: Replace the parts as a set.


disassembly.: Always replace after every
disassembly.

Disassembly: Nm (kg-m, ft-lb)


Disassembly

1. Remove reverse output gear (1).

2. Remove snap ring (1).


2. Remove snap ring (1).

3. Remove reverse baulk ring (1) and return spring (2).


3. Remove reverse baulk ring (1) and return spring (2).

4. Remove snap ring (1), lock washer (2), and reverse input gear


4. Remove snap ring (1), lock washer (2), and reverse input gear (3).

5. Remove needle bearings (1) and washer.


5. Remove needle bearings (1) and washer.

Assembly


Assembly

Note the following procedures, and assemble in the reverse order of disassembly.

CAUTION:
Never reuse snap ring.

Check that snap ring is securely installed in a groove.

Replace reverse output gear, snap ring, reverse baulk ring, return spring, needle bearing, reverse idler shaft, spacer, reverse input gear, and lock washer as a set.

Inspection

INSPECTION AFTER DISASSEMBLY

Shaft and Gear
Check the following items. Replace reverse output gear, snap ring, reverse baulk ring, return spring, needle bearing, reverse idler shaft, spacer, reverse input gear, and lock washer as a set, if necessary.

Damage, peeling, bend, uneven wear, and distortion of shaft Excessive wear, damage, and peeling of gear

Bearing
Check damage and rotation of bearing. Replace reverse output gear, snap ring, reverse baulk ring, return spring, needle bearing, reverse idler shaft, spacer, reverse input gear, and lock washer as a set, if necessary.

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