Nissan Altima 2007-2012 Service Manual: Replacement operations


This section is prepared for technicians who have attained a high level of skill and experience in repairing collision- damaged vehicles and also use modern service tools and equipment. Persons unfamiliar with body repair techniques should not attempt to repair collision-damaged vehicles by using this section.

Technicians are also encouraged to read Body Repair Manual (Fundamentals) in order to ensure that the original functions and quality of the vehicle can be maintained. The Body Repair Manual (Fundamentals) contains additional information, including cautions and warning, that are not including in this manual. Technicians should refer to both manuals to ensure proper repairs.

Please note that these information are prepared for worldwide usage, and as such, certain procedures might not apply in some regions or countries.

The symbols used in this section for cutting and welding / brazing operations are shown below.

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Precautions in repairing high strength steel
High Strength Steel (HSS) High strength steel is used for body panels in order to reduce vehicle weight. Accordingly, precautions in repairing automotive bodies made of high strength steel ar ...

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U1000 can comm circuit
DescriptionCAN (Controller Area Network) is a serial communication line for real time applications. It is an on-vehicle multiplex communication line with high data communication speed and excellent error detection ability. Modern vehicle is equipped with many electronic control unit, and each ...

BSW driving situations
Another vehicle approaching from behind The Blind spot indicator light illuminates if a vehicle enters the detection zone from behind in an adjacent lane. However, if the overtaking vehicle is traveling much faster than your vehicle, the indicator light may not illuminate before the detec ...

On-vehicle repair
SUNROOF UNIT ASSEMBLY Inspection WIND DEFLECTOR 1. Open glass lid assembly fully. 2. Visually check for proper installation, damaged/deteriorated components, or foreign objects within mechanism. Correct as required for smooth operation. 3. Check for grease at the wind deflector arm ( ...