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Nissan Sentra Service Manual: Steering column

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  1. Steering column assembly

  2. Slide plates

  3. lower shaft assembly

Removal and Installation

REMOVAL

CAUTION:

  1. Set steering wheel to the straight-ahead position.

  2. Place the tilt to the lowest level.

CAUTION:

Securely lock the tilt lever.

  1. Remove instrument lower panel LH. Refer to IP-21, "Removal and Installation".

  2. Remove driver air bag module. Refer to SR-12, "Removal and Installation".

  3. Remove steering wheel. Refer to ST-10, "Removal and Installation".

  4. Remove steering column cover. Refer to IP-16, "Removal and Installation".

  5. Remove spiral cable. Refer to SR-16, "Removal and Installation".

  6. Remove combination switch.

  7. Disconnect key interlock cable (if equipped). Refer to TM-260, "Removal and Installation".

  8. Remove hole cover (1).


  1. Remove lower side bolt of lower shaft assembly.

  2. Disconnect each harness connector and harness clips installed to steering column assembly.

  3. Disconnect EPS control unit harness connectors.

  4. Remove the steering column assembly nuts.

CAUTION:

When removing the steering column assembly nuts, be careful not to drop the steering column assembly.

  1. Remove the steering column.

  2. Remove EPS control unit. Refer to STC-39, "Removal and Installation".

INSTALLATION

CAUTION:

Installation is in the reverse order of removal.

CAUTION:

Lower shaft bolt is directional. Refer to ST-12, "Exploded View".

CAUTION:

Do not reuse lower shaft assembly bolt.


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