Nissan Altima 2007-2012 Service Manual: Floor trim

Exploded View

1. Spacer (LH)

2. Floor carpet

3. Spacer (RH)

4. Floor mat hook

Removal and Installation

REMOVAL

1. Remove the diagnosis sensor unit. Refer to SR-17, "Removal and Installation".

2. Remove front seat (RH/LH) and rear seat cushion. Refer to SE-23, "Removal and Installation" (front seat) and SE-25, "Removal and Installation" (rear seat).

3. Remove door welt. Refer to INT-15, "Removal and Installation".

4. Remove center console. Refer to IP-18, "Disassembly and Assembly".

5. Remove front seat belt floor anchor bolt (RH/LH). Refer to SB-8, "Removal and Installation".

6. Remove lower rear finisher. Refer to INT-15, "Removal and Installation" 7. Remove support bracket.

8. Fold corners toward center, then remove floor carpet.

INSTALLATION

Installation is in the reverse order of removal.

    Rear parcel shelf finisher
    Exploded View 1. High mounted stop lamp 2. Rear parcel shelf finisher 3. Seatback release cover 4. Child anchor cover 5. Seatback latch cover Removal and Installation REMOVAL 1. Remove ...

    Headlining
    Exploded View 1. Headlining assembly (without sunroof) 2. Assist grip 3. Headlining assembly (with sunroof) 4. Front room/Map lamp assembly bracket 5. Front room/Map lamp assembly 6. Sunviso ...

    Other materials:

    Front wiper drive assembly
    Removal and Installation REMOVAL 1. Operate front wiper motor, and stop at the auto stop position. 2. Remove wiper arms. Refer to WW-116, "FRONT WIPER ARMS : Removal and Installation". 3. Remove the cowl top cover. For Sedan Refer to EXT-39, "Removal and Installation". ...

    Park/neutral position (PNP) switch
    Exploded View 1. Washer 2. Manual lever 3. PNP switch 4. CVT assembly Removal and Installation Refer to the figure for removal and installation. NOTE: • Align PNP switch position when installing. • After installation of PNP switch, check the continuity of PNP switch. • Afte ...

    Power steering fluid
    Inspection FLUID LEVEL • Check fluid level with engine stopped. • Make sure that fluid level is between MIN and MAX. • Fluid levels at HOT (A) and COLD (B) are different. Do not confuse them. CAUTION: • The fluid level should not exceed the MAX line. Excessive fluid will caus ...