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Passenger side : Disassembly and Assembly

SEATBACK ASSEMBLY

WARNING: Do not leave any objects (screwdrivers, tools, etc.) on the seat during seatback repair. It can lead to personal injury if the side air bag should accidentally deploy.

CAUTION:

  • Before servicing, turn ignition switch OFF, disconnect both battery terminals and wait at least three minutes.
  • Handle the side air bag module carefully. During disassembly, always hold the side air bag module, do not let it hang by the wire harness.
  • Always work from the side or back of the seatback assembly, do not work in front of seat.
  • Do not use air tools or electric tools for servicing the seat assembly.
  • Replace the side air bag module if it has been dropped or sustained an impact.
  • Do not insert any objects into the side air bag module.
  • Do not attempt to disassemble the side air bag module.
  • Do not expose the side air bag module to temperatures exceeding 93C (200F).
  • Do not expose the side air bag module to any oil, grease, detergent or water.
  • During disassembly, do not damage the seatback board, chutes, connectors, retainers, clips, module harness or the side air bag module.

NOTE: If the vehicle has been involved in a collision and the side air bag module has deployed, the front seatback assembly must be replaced.

Disassembly

  1. Remove the front seat assembly. Refer to SE "PASSENGER SIDE : Removal and Installation".
  2. Release the lower seatback trim retainer strap (A) from the cushion springs.

Disassembly

    3.   Release the J-hook retainer (C), unzip seatback zipper (A) and release J-clips (B) holding the seatback trim to the seat frame assembly.

Disassembly

    4.   Reach up through the seatback trim and release locks as shown and remove the headrest holders (if equipped).

CAUTION: Before removing/installing the headrest holder, check its orientation (front/rear and right/left)

Disassembly

    5.   Remove and discard the two chute rod nuts (A), then route the chute rod (1) through the opening and remove it from the chute (B).

CAUTION: Do not reuse the chute rod nuts.

Disassembly

    6.   Release the side air bag module harness from the seat frame assembly.

NOTE: Take note of harness routing and attachment location for accurate installation.

a. From the back of the seat unclip the side air bag module harness clips ( ).

Disassembly

    7.  Remove and discard the two side air bag module nuts (A).

CAUTION: Do not reuse the side air bag module nuts.

Disassembly

    8.   Disengage the side air bag module studs from the seatback frame and lift the seatback trim and seatback pad as an assembly from the seat frame assembly.

    9.   Pull the side air bag module (1) out of the chute (A) and remove from the seatback trim.

Disassembly

CAUTION:

  • Replace the side air bag module if it has been dropped or sustained an impact.
  • Do not strike the side air bag module.

Disassembly

    10.  Separate the seatback trim from the seatback pad.

a. For seatback with removable headrest.

i. Remove the hog rings and separate the seatback trim (1) from the seatback pad.

: Hog ring

NOTE: Remove all pieces of hog rings and discard them.

Disassembly

b. For seatback without removable headrest.

i. Remove the hog rings and separate the seatback trim (1) from the seatback pad.

: Hog ring

NOTE: Remove all pieces of hog rings and discard them.

Disassembly

Assembly

Assembly is in the reverse order of disassembly.

  • Tighten the side air bag module nuts to specification. Refer to SE "PASSENGER SIDE : Exploded View".

CAUTION: Do not reuse the side air bag module nuts.

  • Tighten the chute rod nuts to specification. Refer to SE "PASSENGER SIDE : Exploded View".

CAUTION: Do not reuse the chute rod nuts.

CAUTION

  • Inspect seatback pad, seatback trim and seatback trim chutes. Replace if damaged.
  • Smooth out all wrinkles during assembly.
  • Always route side air bag module harness in original location. Replace any deformed or damaged clips with same type and color. Always install clips in the original location in the harness.
  • After work is completed, check that no system malfunction is detected causing the air bag warning lamp to illuminate.
  • If a malfunction is detected by the air bag warning lamp after repair or replacement of the malfunction parts, perform the SRS final check. Refer to SRC "SRS Final Check".
  • Install new hog rings on the seatback trim in original positions.

Use only one hog ring in each designated location.

Ensure hog rings are correctly fastened around both the seatback trim and seatback pad wires.

Use NISSAN standard hog rings and tools to assemble.

Assembly

SEAT CUSHION

WARNING: Do not leave any objects (screwdrivers, tools, etc.) on the seat during seat cushion repair. It can lead to personal injury if the side air bag should accidentally deploy.

CAUTION:

  • Before servicing, turn ignition switch OFF, disconnect both battery terminals and wait at least three minutes.
  • Always work from the side or back of the seatback assembly, do not work in front of seat.
  • Do not use air tools or electric tools for servicing the seat assembly.
  • During disassembly, do not damage the seatback cover, chutes, connectors, retainers, clips, module harness or the side air bag module.

Disassembly

  1. Remove the front seat assembly. Refer to SE "PASSENGER SIDE : Removal and Installation".
  2. Remove the recline lever.

a. Remove snap ring (1) using a suitable tool, then remove the recline lever (2).

Disassembly

    3.   Remove the seat cushion outer finisher (RH).

a. Remove the screw (A).

b. Release the metal clips and remove the seat cushion outer finisher (RH).

: Metal clip

Disassembly

    4.   Remove the seat belt buckle.

a. Unclip the seat belt buckle harness clip and connector clip from seat frame assembly.

b. Remove seat belt buckle anchor bolt and the seat belt buckle.

    5.   Remove the seat cushion outer finisher (LH).

a. Remove seat cushion trim retainer (A) and roll up seat cushion trim (1).

b. Remove the screw (B).

c. Slide seat cushion outer finisher (LH) (2) rearward to release pawl and remove.

: Pawl

Disassembly

    6.   Remove the seat cushion trim and seat cushion pad as an assembly from the seat frame assembly.

a. Remove the seatback trim lower retainer strap (A) and cushion J-clip retainer (B).

Disassembly

b. Remove seat cushion trim hog rings.

: Hog ring

NOTE: Remove all pieces of hog rings and discard them.

c. Remove the seat cushion trim and seat cushion pad from seat frame assembly.

Disassembly

    7.   Separate the seat cushion trim from the seat cushion pad.

a. Remove the hog rings and separate the seat cushion trim (1) from the seat cushion pad.

: Hog ring

NOTE: Remove all pieces of hog rings and discard them.

Disassembly

Assembly

Assembly is in the reverse order of disassembly.

CAUTION:

  • Smooth out all wrinkles during assembly.
  • Always route side air bag module harness in original location. Replace any deformed or damaged clips with same type and color. Always install clips in the original location in the harness.
  • After work is completed, check that no system malfunction is detected causing the air bag warning lamp to illuminate.
  • If a malfunction is detected by the air bag warning lamp after repair or replacement of the malfunction parts, perform the SRS final check. Refer to SRC "SRS Final Check".
  • Install new hog rings on the seat cushion trim in original positions.

Use only one hog ring in each designated location.

Ensure hog rings are correctly fastened around both the seat cushion trim and seat cushion pad wires.

Use NISSAN standard hog rings and tools to assemble.

Assembly

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