Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Front disc brake

Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Front disc brake

BRAKE PAD (1 PISTON TYPE)

BRAKE PAD (1 PISTON TYPE) : Exploded View

Brake pad (1 piston type) : exploded view

  1. Torque member
  2.  Bushing
  3. Piston boot
  4.  Slide pin boot
  5. Slide pin
  6. Piston
  7. Piston seal
  8. Brake caliper body
  9. Bleeder cap
  10. Brake hose
  11.  Copper sealing washers
  12. Inner shim cover
  13.  Inner shim
  14.  Inner pad
  15.  Pad retainer
  16.  Anti-rattle clip
  17.  Outer pad
  18.  Outer shim
  19.  Outer shim cover
  1.  Molykote AS-880N
  2. Niglube Rx-2

: Apply brake fluid.

BRAKE PAD (1 PISTON TYPE) : Removal and Installation

REMOVAL

WARNING:

Clean dust on brake caliper and brake pad with a vacuum dust collector to minimize the hazards of airborne particles or other material.

CAUTION:

  •  Do not depress the brake pedal while removing the brake pads because the pistons may pop out.
  •  It is not necessary to remove bolts on torque member and brake hose except for disassembly or replacement of brake caliper. For brake pad removal, hang brake caliper with a wire so as not to stretch brake hose.
  •  If brake fluid or grease adheres to the brake caliper or disc brake rotor, quickly wipe it off.
  1.  Partially drain brake fluid. Refer to BR-16, "Drain and Refill".
  2.  Remove the front wheels and tires using power tool.
  3.  Remove sliding pin bolts.
  4. Remove the front brake caliper from the torque member. Leaving brake hose attached, reposition the brake caliper aside with wire.
  5.  Remove the brake pads, shims, shim covers, pad retainers, and anti-rattle clips from the torque member.

CAUTION:

  •  Do not reuse the pad retainers and anti-rattle clips.
  •  Do not damage the piston boot.
  •  Do not drop the brake pads, shims, or the shim covers.
  •  Note the position of components during removal to aid with installation.
  1.  Compress the front caliper piston.

INSTALLATION

  1.  Install the new pad retainers and anti-rattle clips to the torque member.

CAUTION:

  •  Do not reuse the pad retainers and anti-rattle clips.
  •  Do not deform the pad retainers.
  •  Verify that the pad retainers are secured properly to the torque member.
  1.  Apply Rubber grease or equivalent to the mating faces between the brake pads and pad retainers. Refer to BR-33, "BRAKE PAD (1 PISTON TYPE) : Exploded View".
  2.  Apply Molykote AS-880N grease or equivalent to the mating faces between the brake pads, shims and shim covers, and install them to the brake pad. Refer to BR-33, "BRAKE PAD (1 PISTON TYPE) : Exploded View".

    CAUTION: When installing new brake pads, replace the shims and shim covers.

  3.  Install the brake pads to the torque member.
  4.  Using a suitable tool, press the pistons into the brake caliper.

    CAUTION: Do not damage the piston boot.

  5.  Install the brake caliper to the torque member.
  6.  Install the sliding pin bolts and tighten to specification. Refer to BR-33, "BRAKE PAD (1 PISTON TYPE) : Exploded View".
  7.  Depress the brake pedal several times and verify that drag does not exist.
  8.  Install the front wheels and tires. Refer to WT-60, "Removal and Installation".
  9.  Check brake fluid level and refill as necessary. Refer to BR-8, "Inspection".

Installation

BRAKE CALIPER ASSEMBLY (1 PISTON TYPE)

BRAKE CALIPER ASSEMBLY (1 PISTON TYPE) : Exploded View

Brake caliper assembly (1 piston type) : exploded view

  1. Torque member
  2.  Bushing
  3. Piston boot
  4. Slide pin boot
  5. Slide pin
  6. Piston
  7. Piston seal
  8. Brake caliper body
  9. Bleeder cap
  10.  Brake hose
  11. Copper sealing washers
  12. Inner shim cover
  13.  Inner shim
  14.  Inner pad
  15.  Pad retainer
  16.  Anti-rattle clip
  17.  Outer pad
  18.  Outer shim
  19.  Outer shim cover
  1.  Molykote AS-880N
  2. Niglube Rx-2

: Apply brake fluid.

BRAKE CALIPER ASSEMBLY (1 PISTON TYPE) : Removal and Installation

WARNING: Clean dust on brake caliper and brake pad with a vacuum dust collector to minimize the hazard of airborne particles or other materials.

CAUTION:

  •  Do not depress the brake pedal.
  •  Do not spill or splash brake fluid on painted areas; it may cause paint damage. If brake fluid is splashed on painted areas, wash it away with water immediately.
  •  Do not bend, twist or pull the brake hoses and piping.
  •  Do not reuse drained brake fluid.

NOTE: When removing components such as hoses, tubes/lines, etc., cap or plug openings to prevent fluid from spilling.

REMOVAL

  1.  Remove front wheels and tires using power tool.
  2.  Secure the disc brake rotor using wheel nuts.
  3. Remove union bolt, copper sealing washers, and disconnect brake hose from brake caliper. Discard the copper sealing washers.

    CAUTION: Do not reuse copper sealing washers.

  4.  Remove sliding pin bolts and the brake caliper.

    CAUTION: Do not drop brake pads or caliper.

Removal

INSTALLATION

  1.  Position the brake caliper to torque member and install the sliding pin bolts. Tighten to specification.
  2.  Assemble the union bolt (1) and the copper washers to the brake hose and install it as an assembly to the brake caliper.

    Align the brake hose pin to the projection (A) by aligning it with the brake caliper hole, and tighten the union bolt (1) to the specified torque.

    CAUTION: Do not reuse copper sealing washers.

  3.  Refill with new brake fluid and perform the air bleeding. Refer to BR-16, "Bleeding Brake System".

CAUTION:

  •  Do not reuse drained brake fluid.
  •  Do not spill or splash brake fluid on the disc brake rotor.
  1.  Check the front disc brakes for drag.
  2.  Install the front wheels and tires. Refer to WT-60, "Removal and Installation".

Installation

BRAKE PAD (2 PISTON TYPE)

BRAKE PAD (2 PISTON TYPE) : Exploded View

Brake pad (2 piston type) : exploded view

  1. Torque member
  2.  Bushing
  3.  Piston boot
  4.  Slide pin boot
  5.  Slide pin
  6.  Piston
  7.  Piston seal
  8. Brake caliper body
  9.  Bleeder cap
  10.  Brake hose
  11.  Copper sealing washers
  12.  Inner shim cover
  13.  Inner shim 1
  14. Inner pad
  15.  Pad retainer
  16.  Anti-rattle clip
  17. Outer pad
  18.  Outer shim
  19.  Outer shim cover
  1.  Molykote AS-880N
  2. Niglube Rx-2

: Apply brake fluid.

BRAKE PAD (2 PISTON TYPE) : Removal and Installation

REMOVAL

WARNING: Clean dust on brake caliper and brake pad with a vacuum dust collector to minimize the hazards of airborne particles or other material.

CAUTION:

  •  Do not depress the brake pedal while removing the brake pads because the pistons may pop out.
  •  It is not necessary to remove bolts on torque member and brake hose except for disassembly or replacement of brake caliper. For brake pad removal, hang brake caliper with a wire so as not to stretch brake hose.
  •  If brake fluid or grease adheres to the brake caliper or disc brake rotor, quickly wipe it off.
  1.  Partially drain brake fluid. Refer to BR-16, "Drain and Refill".
  2.  Remove the front wheels and tires using power tool.
  3.  Remove sliding pin bolts.
  4.  Remove the brake caliper from the torque member. Leaving brake hose attached, reposition the brake caliper aside with wire.
  5.  Remove the brake pads, shims, shim covers, pad retainers, and anti-rattle clips from the torque member.

CAUTION:

  • Do not reuse the pad retainers and anti-rattle clips.
  •  Do not damage the piston boot.
  •  Do not drop the brake pads, shims, or the shim covers.
  •  Note the position of components during removal to aid with installation.
  1. Compress the front caliper pistons.

INSTALLATION

  1.  Install the new pad retainers and anti-rattle clips to the torque member.

CAUTION:

  •  Do not reuse the pad retainers and anti-rattle clips.
  •  Do not deform the pad retainers.
  •  Verify that the pad retainers are secured properly to the torque member.
  1.  Apply Rubber grease or equivalent to the mating faces between the brake pads and pad retainers. Refer to BR-37, "BRAKE PAD (2 PISTON TYPE) : Exploded View".
  2.  Apply Molykote AS-880N grease or equivalent to the mating faces between the brake pads, shims and shim covers, and install them to the brake pad. Refer to BR-37, "BRAKE PAD (2 PISTON TYPE) : Exploded View".

    CAUTION: When installing new brake pads, replace the shims and shim covers.

  3.  Install the brake pads to the torque member.
  4.  Using a suitable tool, press the pistons into the brake caliper.

    CAUTION: Do not damage the piston boot.

  5.  Install the brake caliper to the torque member.
  6.  Install the sliding pin bolts and tighten to specification. Refer to BR-37, "BRAKE PAD (2 PISTON TYPE) : Exploded View".
  7.  Depress the brake pedal several times and verify that drag does not exist.
  8.  Install the front wheels and tires. Refer to WT-60, "Removal and Installation".
  9.  Check brake fluid level and refill as necessary. Refer to BR-8, "Inspection".

Installation

BRAKE CALIPER ASSEMBLY (2 PISTON TYPE)

BRAKE CALIPER ASSEMBLY (2 PISTON TYPE) : Exploded View

Brake caliper assembly (2 piston type) : exploded view

  1. Torque member
  2. Bushing
  3. Piston boot
  4. Slide pin boot
  5. Slide pin
  6. Piston
  7. Piston seal
  8. Brake caliper body
  9. Bleeder cap
  10.  Brake hose
  11.  Copper sealing washers
  12.  Inner shim cover
  13.  Inner shim
  14.  Inner pad
  15.  Pad retainer
  16.  Anti-rattle clip
  17.  Outer pad
  18.  Outer shim
  19.  Outer shim cover
  1.  Molykote AS-880N
  2. Niglube Rx-2

: Apply brake fluid

BRAKE CALIPER ASSEMBLY (2 PISTON TYPE) : Removal and Installation

WARNING: Clean dust on brake caliper and brake pad with a vacuum dust collector to minimize the hazard of airborne particles or other materials.

CAUTION:

  •  Do not depress the brake pedal.
  •  Do not spill or splash brake fluid on painted areas; it may cause paint damage. If brake fluid is splashed on painted areas, wash it away with water immediately.
  •  Do not bend, twist or pull the brake hoses and piping.
  •  Do not reuse drained brake fluid.

NOTE: When removing components such as hoses, tubes/lines, etc., cap or plug openings to prevent fluid from spilling.

REMOVAL

  1.  Remove front wheels and tires using power tool.
  2.  Secure the disc brake rotor using wheel nuts.
  3. Remove union bolt, copper sealing washers, and disconnect brake hose from brake caliper. Discard the copper sealing washers.

    CAUTION: Do not reuse copper sealing washers.

  4.  Remove sliding pin bolts and the brake caliper.

    CAUTION: Do not drop brake pads or caliper.

Removal

INSTALLATION

  1.  Position the brake caliper to torque member and install the sliding pin bolts. Tighten to specification.
  2.  Assemble the union bolt (1) and the copper washers to the brake hose and install it as an assembly to the brake caliper.

    Align the brake hose pin to the projection (A) by aligning it with the brake caliper hole, and tighten the union bolt (1) to the specified torque.

    CAUTION: Do not reuse copper sealing washers.

  3.  Refill with new brake fluid and perform the air bleeding. Refer to BR-16, "Bleeding Brake System".

CAUTION:

  •  Do not reuse drained brake fluid.
  •  Do not spill or splash brake fluid on the disc brake rotor.
  1.  Check the front disc brakes for drag.
  2. Install the front wheels and tires. Refer to WT-60, "Removal and Installation".

Installation

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    Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Front disc brake

    Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Front disc brake

    Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Front disc brake

    Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Front disc brake

    Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Front disc brake

    Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Front disc brake

    Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Front disc brake

    Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Front disc brake

    Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Front disc brake

    Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Front disc brake

    Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Front disc brake

    Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Front disc brake

    Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Front disc brake

    Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Front disc brake

    Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Front disc brake

    Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Front disc brake

    Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Front disc brake

    Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Front disc brake

    Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Front disc brake

    Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Front disc brake

    Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Front disc brake

    Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Front disc brake

    Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Front disc brake