The device, service, repair of Nissan Maxima QX - SOHC Engines//Maxim's Nissan (since 1993)

Nissan Maxima QX

since 1993 release

Repair and operation of the car



Nissan Maxima QX
+ Cars of the Nissan Maxima brand
+ Maintenance instruction
+ Settings and routine maintenance
- Engine
   - SOHC engines
      General information
      Preparatory actions and the list of repair procedures which can be executed without extraction of the engine from the car
      Reduction of the piston of the first cylinder in the provision of the top dead point (TDP)
      Removal and installation of covers of heads of cylinders
      Removal, check of a state and installation of assembly of yokes
      Replacement of maslootrazhatelny caps and valvate springs with plates
      Removal and installation of a gas-distributing belt and cogwheels of the GRM drive
      Removal and installation of camshafts and pushers of valves
      Removal and installation of the inlet pipeline
      Removal and installation of final collectors
      Removal and installation of heads of cylinders
      Removal and installation of a pulley of a bent shaft
      Replacement of a forward epiploon of a bent shaft
      Removal and installation of the pallet of a case of the engine
      Removal, check of a state and installation of the oil pump
      Removal and installation of a flywheel / driving disk
      Replacement of a back epiploon of a bent shaft
      Check of a state and replacement of support of a suspension bracket of the power unit
   + DOHC engines
   + General capital repairs of the engine
+ Cooling systems, heating
+ Power supply system and release
+ Engine electric equipment
+ Control systems of the engine
+ Transmission
+ Coupling and power shafts
+ Brake system
+ Suspension bracket and steering
+ Body
+ Onboard electric equipment



SOHC engines

General information

This Part of the Head is devoted to the repair of the V6 SOHC engine of the VG30E 3.0 series of l which is not connected with extraction from the car (in situ). The description of all procedures demanding dismantle of the power unit is provided in the Part the General capital repairs of the engine of the present Chapter.

Descriptions of the most part of the considered procedures are made on the basis of the assumption that the power unit remains on the regular place in a motive compartment of the car. In view of told in case the engine is already dismantled and installed on a workbench or the assembly stand, many of the described steps have to be lowered.