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How do I can remove the transfer case from the murano 2003 . do I need to remove the engine too

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You do not need to remove the upper oil pan. There are 2 bolts that go through the oil pan into the front cover that has to be removed. You do not need to remove the transfer case to remove the front timing cover. After you have the bolts under the front cover that go through that lower oil pan, and the bolts all around the timing cover off, just work the cover slowly till it pops free.

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Posted on Jul 21, 2009

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did you just have the fluid replaced in the transfer case?? if the answer is no, the you may have a leak from the series of seals that are internal. you will have to have the transfer case removed and have the CVT seal replaced and other seals inside of the transfer case. lengthy repair and costly also. the transfer case has to be removed to replace the CVT side seal and while you are in there replace seals inside of the transfer case also. that what its sounds like to me. transfer case seal leak or the inside CVT seal leak. however if its leaking right from the bellhousing, it also could be the torque converter seal. this is when proper diagnosis comes to play. if its d converter seal, than the trans has to come out. have this one checked by someone that knows what they are doing. could be transfer case seal leak and it could be converter leak.

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Camshaft Position Sensors are located on the cylinder head according to the following: Camshaft, Bearings & Lifters Removal & Installation To Remove:
  1. Remove the engine from the vehicle.
  2. Remove the front suspension member, transaxle and transfer case (if equipped) from the engine.
  3. Mount the engine in a suitable engine stand.
  4. Remove the timing chains and rear timing chain case.
  5. Remove the camshaft position sensors from the cylinder heads.
  6. Remove the intake valve timing control solenoid valves. NOTE: Mark the camshafts, camshaft brackets, and bolts so they are placed in the original locations during installation.
  7. Loosen the camshaft bracket bolts in several steps using the order shown.
  8. Remove the intake and exhaust camshaft brackets and the camshafts. Camshaft bracket bolt removal sequence nissan-03-35-4624.gif

  9. Remove the valve lifters and the secondary timing chain tensioner with stopper pin attached if necessary.
NOTE: Stopper pin was installed when the secondary timing chain was removed.
To Install:
NOTE: Clean sealant from front camshaft bracket, bolts and bolt holes.
  1. Turn the crankshaft until No.1 piston is at TDC on the compression stroke. The crankshaft key should line up with the right bank center line as shown. Crankshaft keyway position nissan-03-35-4625.gif

  2. If removed, install the secondary timing chain tensioners and valve lifters in their original positions. NOTE: The intake camshaft has a drill mark on the edge of the sprocket mounting flange.
  3. Position the camshafts on the cylinder heads with the dowel pins as shown. Camshaft dowel pin positions nissan-03-35-4626.gif

  4. Apply silicone sealant to the front (No. 1) camshaft bracket as shown. Apply silicone sealant to the front (No. 1) camshaft bracket nissan-03-35-4627.gif

    Camshaft bracket bolt installation sequence nissan-03-35-4628.gif

  5. Install and tighten the camshaft brackets using the following steps in the sequence shown;
    • Step 1 (bolts 7 - 10) : 1 ft-lb (2 Nm)
    • Step 2 (bolts 1 - 6) : 1 ft-lb (2 Nm)
    • Step 3 (bolts 1 - 10): 4 ft-lbs (5.9 Nm)
    • Step 4 (bolts 1 - 6) : 8 ft-lbs (10.4 Nm)
    • Step 4 (bolts 7 - 10) : 7 ft-lbs (9.3 Nm)
  6. Wipe off excess sealant from bracket No. 1.
  7. Measure the difference between the front surfaces of camshaft bracket No. 1 and the cylinder head. The specification is -0.0055 to 0.0055 in (-0.14 to 0.14 mm). Replace the camshaft and camshaft bracket if out of specification. Measure the difference between the front surfaces of camshaft bracket No. 1 and the cylinder head nissan-03-35-4629.gif

  8. Install the IVT control solenoid valves with new gaskets.
  9. If removed, install the camshaft position sensor.
  10. Install the rear timing chain case and timing chains.
  11. Install the engine in the vehicle.
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Doing a timing chain and vct on right bank nearest


You do not need to remove the upper oil pan. There are 2 bolts that go through the oil pan into the front cover that has to be removed. You do not need to remove the transfer case to remove the front timing cover. After you have the bolts under the front cover that go through that lower oil pan, and the bolts all around the timing cover off, just work the cover slowly till it pops free.

Thanks Jay!

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Murano 2003


Hello and thank you for using FixYa!

Most cases it's a throttle chamber issue. Most likely your service engine soon light is on. You should have the code checked to verify. If I am correct and it's the throttle chamber, it will need to be replaced and the truck will need a idle relearn. This can only be done at the dealer.

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