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How to Replace timing belt on Nissan Qashqai 1.5 dCi 2006-

  • Nissan recommend:
  • Tiida:
  • No information available.
  • Note:
  • →08/10:
  • 12,000 mile service intervals:
  • Replacement every 72,000 miles or 5 years (tensioner pulley must also be replaced).
  • 12,500 mile service intervals:
  • Replacement every 75,000 miles or 5 years (tensioner pulley must also be replaced).
  • 09/10→:
  • Euro 4:
  • Replacement every 96,000 miles or 6 years (tensioner pulley must also be replaced).
  • Euro 5:
  • Replacement every 90,000 miles or 6 years (tensioner pulley must also be replaced).
  • Cube:
  • Replacement every 96,000 miles or 6 years (tensioner pulley must also be replaced).
  • Juke:
  • Replacement every 90,000 miles or 6 years (tensioner pulley must also be replaced).
  • Qashqai/Qashqai+2:
  • →08/10:
  • Replacement every 75,000 miles or 5 years (tensioner pulley must also be replaced).
  • 09/10→:
  • Euro 4:
  • Replacement every 96,000 miles or 6 years (tensioner pulley must also be replaced).
  • Euro 5:
  • Replacement every 90,000 miles or 6 years (tensioner pulley must also be replaced).
  • NV200:
  • Euro 4:
  • Replacement every 75,000 miles or 5 years (tensioner pulley must also be replaced).
  • Euro 5:
  • Replacement every 90,000 miles or 6 years (tensioner pulley must also be replaced).
  • The previous use and service history of the vehicle must always be taken into account.

CAUTION: This engine has been identified as an INTERFERENCE engine in which the possibility of valve-to-piston damage in the event of a timing belt failure is MOST LIKELY to occur. A compression check of all cylinders should be performed before removing the cylinder head(s).

  • Crankshaft timing pin – Nissan No.KV113B0130 (No.Mot.1489).
  • Camshaft timing pin – Nissan No.KV113B0110 (No.Mot.1430).
  • Disconnect battery earth lead.
  • DO NOT turn crankshaft or camshaft when timing belt removed.
  • Remove glow plugs to ease turning engine.
  • Turn engine in normal direction of rotation (unless otherwise stated).
  • DO NOT turn engine via camshaft or other sprockets.
  • Observe all tightening torques.
How to Replace timing belt on Nissan Qashqai 1.5 dCi 2006-

NOTE: If timing belt has failed, it is possible that the camshaft sprocket key has been damaged which would cause incorrect valve timing.

  1. Raise and support front of vehicle.
  2. Remove:
      • Engine undershield.
      • RH front wheel.
      • Note: RH headlamp.
      • RH wheel arch liner.
      • Engine top cover.
      • Auxiliary drive belt. DO NOT reuse belt.
      • Auxiliary drive belt tensioner.
  3. Support engine.
  4. Remove:
      • RH engine tie-bar.
      • RH engine mounting.
      • RH engine mounting intermediate bracket.
      • Note: Coolant expansion tank. DO NOT disconnect hoses.
      • Timing belt upper cover [1] .
      • Camshaft position (CMP) sensor (if fitted) [2] .
      • RH engine mounting bracket.
      • Timing belt lower cover [3] .
      • Blanking plug from cylinder block [4] .
  5. Turn crankshaft clockwise until timing pin locating hole on camshaft sprocket almost aligned with hole in cylinder head [5] .
  6. Insert crankshaft timing pin [6]. Tool No.KV113B0130 (No.Mot.1489).
  7. Turn crankshaft slightly until crankshaft web stops against timing pin [6] .
  8. Insert camshaft timing pin [7]. Tool No.KV113B0110 (No.Mot.1430).
  9. Remove:
      • Timing pins [6] & [7] .
      • Crankshaft position (CKP) sensor.
  10. Lock flywheel with large screwdriver. Slacken crankshaft pulley bolt [8] .
  11. Remove:
      • Crankshaft pulley bolt [8] .
      • Crankshaft pulley [9] .
  12. Slacken tensioner pulley bolt [10]. Move tensioner pulley away from belt.
  13. Remove:
      • Timing belt.
      • Tensioner pulley.
  1. Fit new tensioner pulley. Finger tighten bolt [10]. Ensure tensioner pulley locking tab located correctly in cylinder head.
  2. Remove crankshaft sprocket. Degrease sprocket. Degrease end of crankshaft. WARNING: Failure to degrease components may lead to sprocket slipping on crankshaft, resulting in severe engine damage.
  3. Refit crankshaft sprocket.
  4. Insert camshaft timing pin [7] .
  5. Ensure high-pressure fuel pump sprocket timing mark aligned as shown [11] .
  6. Ensure crankshaft sprocket keyway at 12 o’clock position [12] .
  7. Temporarily fit crankshaft pulley bolt with a spacer [8] .
  8. Insert crankshaft timing pin [6] .
  9. Remove one camshaft sprocket bolt [13]. NOTE: DO NOT slacken camshaft sprocket hub nut [14] .
  10. Slacken two camshaft sprocket bolts one turn [15] .
  11. Fit timing belt, starting at crankshaft sprocket. Ensure marks on belt aligned with marks on sprockets [16]. [17] & [18]. Ensure belt is taut on non-tensioned side. NOTE: There should be 19 troughs between camshaft sprocket and high-pressure fuel pump sprocket timing marks [18] & [17] .
  12. Turn tensioner pulley anti-clockwise until pointer at lower position [19]. Use 6 mm Allen key [20]. Tighten tensioner pulley bolt [10]. Tightening torque: 27 Nm.
  13. Ensure camshaft sprocket bolts not at end of slotted holes [21] .
  14. Fit camshaft sprocket bolt [13] .
  15. Tighten camshaft sprocket bolts [13] & [15]. Tightening torque: 14 Nm.
  16. Remove timing pins [6] & [7] .
  17. Turn crankshaft two turns clockwise until camshaft sprocket timing pin locating hole almost aligned with hole in cylinder head [5] .
  18. Insert crankshaft timing pin [6] .
  19. Turn crankshaft slightly until crankshaft web stops against timing pin [6] .
  20. Insert camshaft timing pin [7] .
  21. If timing pin [7] cannot be inserted:
      • Slacken camshaft sprocket bolts one turn [13] & [15] .
      • Turn camshaft sprocket hub nut [14] until timing pin [7] can be inserted.
  22. Ensure crankshaft sprocket keyway at 12 o’clock position [12] .
  23. Hold tensioner pulley. Use 6 mm Allen key [20] .
  24. Slacken tensioner pulley bolt [10] .
  25. Turn tensioner pulley clockwise until pointer [19] aligned with notch [22]. Use 6 mm Allen key [20] .
  26. Tighten tensioner pulley bolt [10]. Tightening torque: 27 Nm.
  27. Tighten camshaft sprocket bolts if slackened previously [13] & [15]. Tightening torque: 14 Nm.
  28. Remove timing pins [6] & [7] .
  29. Turn crankshaft two turns clockwise until timing pin locating hole on camshaft sprocket almost aligned with hole in cylinder head [5] .
  30. Insert crankshaft timing pin [6] .
  31. Turn crankshaft slightly until crankshaft web stops against timing pin [6] .
  32. Insert camshaft timing pin [7] .
  33. If timing pin [7] cannot be inserted: Repeat installation procedure.
  34. Remove old crankshaft pulley bolt and spacer [8] .
  35. Fit new crankshaft pulley bolt [8] .
  36. Lock flywheel with large screwdriver.
  37. Tighten crankshaft pulley bolt [8]. Tightening torque:
      • A: M12 bolt – 60 Nm + 100±10°.
      • B: M14 bolt – 120 Nm + 95±15°.
  38. Remove timing pins [6] & [7] .
  39. Fit blanking plug [4]. Tightening torque: 20-25 Nm.
  40. Install components in reverse order of removal.