Nissan Altima 2007-2012 Service Manual: Function diagnosis

LUBRICATION SYSTEM

Lubrication Circuit

Schematic


Schematic

1. Oil pan


1. Oil pan

2. Oil strainer

3. Oil pump

4. Regulator valve

5. Oil filter

6. Relief valve (Built in oil filter)

7. Oil cooler

8. Bypass

9. Main gallery

10. Main bearing

11. Timing chain and balancer unit timing chain oil jet

12. Connecting rod bearing

13. Timing chain and balancer unit timing chain

14. Connecting rod

15. Piston

16. Balancer unit

17. Chain tensioner

18. Camshaft bracket (No.1)

19. Cylinder head oil gallery

20. Relief valve

21. Intake camshaft bracket (No.2)

22. Intake camshaft oil passage

23. Intake camshaft journal

24. Exhaust camshaft journal

25. Exhaust camshaft oil passage

26. Exhaust camshaft bracket (No.2)

27. Front cover

28. Intake valve timing control cover

29. Intake valve timing controller

30. Intake valve timing control solenoid valve

A. Oil passage

B. Return oil passage

C. Bypass

D. To oil pan

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