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User manual Nissan, model PATHFINDER R50

Manafacture: Nissan
File size: 798.57 kb
File name: Transmission Conversion Manual_final.pdf
Language of manual:en
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manual abstract

Having a manual transmission in your Pathfinder gives you more control, lower gears, and more power than you would have with an automatic. Other benefits include better gas mileage, lower maintenance cost and reduced electronic dependence. Although the part prices and part numbers are directly from the dealership many auto recyclers will have serviceable parts at a much lower price. It is highly recommended that you contact auto recyclers in your area for the manual transmission and transfer case assembly, or transmission only in the case of 2wd vehicles. WARNING: perform these procedures only if you have advanced mechanical knowledge. Certain aspects such as the definition of common tools or how to use them will not be within the pages of this manual. Before attempting any of these procedures on your Pathfinder be aware that this is a labor intensive and time consuming operation; your vehicle will be out of commission for days if not weeks. Parts of this operation will require the assistance of a helper. Model designation is for 4x4 1996-1999 models, but most of the instructions will cross over to 2wd and the later 1999.52004 years Notice: 2001 and later models require a different transmission than earlier models. 5 Tools Required 3/8” Socket set with metric sizes from 8mm to 19mm .” Socket set with metric sizes from 12mm to 27mm 3/8” Ratchet 3/8” Extensions in 3” 6” and 9” lengths 3/8” Universal joint (swivel) .” Ratchet .” Extensions in 3” or longer lengths .” Breaker bar .” Torque wrench Open ended wrench set from 8mm to 27mm Hydraulic jack capable of 2 tons Transmission jack capable of holding 325lbs Phillips head screw driver set Standard head (flat head) screw driver set Blind Hole Puller Dikes Pliers (Kline type pliers work well) Needle nose pliers Standard size vice grips 6 Parts List Part Description for clutch activation Part Numbers Quantity Needed Clutch Pedal Bracket 46550-0W501- 1 Brake Pedal and Bracket 46501-0W000- 1 Clutch Master cylinder 30610-0W050- 1 Clutch to dampener line 30850-0W000- 1 Clutch Dampener bolts 08146-6162G-2 Clutch Dampener 30660-0W000- 1 Clutch Dampener to passenger fender line 30851-1W200- 1 Brake/Clutch transfer block ???? 1 Transfer block to Slave Cylinder hose line 30851-1W211- 1 Slave Cylinder hose bracket 50915-0W010- 1 Slave Cylinder hose bracket bolt 08156-8161F- 1 Slave Cylinder hose clip 46206-2J000-1 Slave Cylinder rubber hose 30855-0W010- 1 Slave Cylinder banjo bolt copper seals 46237-A4600- 2 Slave cylinder banjo bolt 46356-0E000-1 Slave cylinder 30620-0W020- 1 Slave cylinder bolts 08121-0251E-2 Driveline Parts Clutch kit (clutch, pressure plate, throw out bearing) NU31214-1 (AutoZone part) 1 Throw out bearing support 30501-1C100-1 throw out bearing control arm 30531-01S00-1 throw out bearing control arm boot 30542-75P00-1 transmission 32010-0W020- 1 transmission isolator (mount) bolts (bottom) 11258-D0101-2 transmission isolator (mount) 11320-1W200- 1 Transmission bolts (top) 11393-0W000- 8 bell housing bolts M10 1.50 60-80mm 01121-06291-8 Flywheel 12310-0W000- 1 Flywheel bolts M10 1.00 30mm 12315-D0210-6 Pilot bearing 32202-B9500-1 Transmission shifter 32839-62G00-1 Transmission shifter knob 32865-50Y00-1 Interior pieces Inspection hole cover 74810-0W000- 1 Body to transfer case and transmission mount with boots 74967-0W020- 1 Outer rubber boot with mount 74910-0W010- 1 Finisher console with boot 96934-0W010- 1 Electronic pieces ECM for Manual transmission 23710-1W600- 1 7 Section 1: Automatic Transmission Fig. 1.1 Automatic transmission and Wiring Harness 8 Removing the Automatic Transmission Before starting this procedure drain the automatic transmission fluid and transfer case fluid (4wd models). It’s important to dispose of all fluids at an authorized recycling center. 1. Remove the negative battery cable. 2. Remove the crankshaft position sensor. It is located on the top driver’s side of the bell housing. 3. Remove exhaust tubes from the catalytic converters all the way back. 4. Unbolt and remove the fluid change pipe from the engine and transmission. In order for the fluid change pipe to clear the engine completely remove the automatic transmission. 5. Remove the oil cooler lines from the transmission and plug all open transmission holes. 6. Remove transfer control linkage on the driver side rear of the transmission. (4wd models only) 7. Remove front (4wd only) and rear driveshaft. 8. Remove the transmission control cable. 9. Remove the passenger side exhaust heat shields. 10.Disconnect the wiring harnesses from the transmission located at the rear passenger side. 11.Remove the starter wires and then the starter. 12.Remove both engine gussets 13.Remove the lower splash shield. 14.Remove the bolts securing the torque converter to drive plate. llustration) Access the torque converter bolts through the starter hole. (see i Fig 1.2 Torque converter bolts through starter hole. 15.Remove remaining bell housing bolts. 9 16.Check to make sure you have remov...


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