Nissan Engine Service Manuals

Nissan Engine Service Manuals
Nissan engine

The information in this Training Manual should not be interpreted as a basis for warranty or goodwill claims against Nissan Motor Co. (Australia) Pty. Ltd. (NMA) unless so designated. This Technical Training Manual is intended for use by NMA & Nissan Dealership Technical Personnel. It is not designed for the use by press or for customer distribution. Before quoting any specifications be sure to check the relevant Service Manual and Technical Bulletins.

Nissan Workshop manuals, Nissan  service manuals, repair manuals and wiring diagrams for Nissan engines

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Nissan YD25DDTi Common Rail Diesel Engine training manual
Nissan Skyline R32 Engine Manual.pdf
Nissan Sentra Engine tuning.doc
Nissan MR18 Engine Manual
Nissan GA14DE/ GA15DE/ GA16DE Repair Manual
Nissan engine YD-series Service Manual
Nissan engine SR18DE/ SR20DE Service Manual
Nissan engine SD-series Service manual
Nissan engine RB-series Service Manual
Nissan engine QR-series Service Manual
Nissan engine QG13DE/ QG15DE/ QG18DE/ QG18DD Service Manual
Nissan engine QG-series Service Manual
Nissan engine P-series Service manual
Nissan engine L20A/ L24 Service manual
Nissan engine L16/ L18 Service repair manual
Nissan engine L13/ L16/ L20 Service repair manual
Nissan engine KA24DE EC Service manual
Nissan CYQD32 Series Diesel Engine Service Manual

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With the introduction of R51 Pathfinder & D40 Navara in 2005, a completely new Diesel Engine for the Australian Nissan product range was introduced. The YD25DDTi engine with a Denso Common Rail Diesel injection system. (1800BAR max. pressure) The 2005 ~ 2006MY YD25 engine complied to Euro III level emissions.

The 2007MY R51 / D40 saw some minor changes to the engine for emission reduction (Euro-IV). As part of the change, Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) was added to A/T variants.

For the 2010MY R51 / D40, Power & Torque outputs of the engine were increased from 126Kw / 403Nm to 140Kw / 450Nm. This was achieved via changes to the cylinder head & air intake system plus an increase in maximum fuel pressure in the common rail (1800BAR > 2000BAR) . The engine complies to Euro IV emissions however it is a Euro V compatible engine emissions, however it is a Euro V compatible engine.

Although new to Australia in 2005, the YD series engine has been used in Nissan vehicles destined for the European market since 1999 & typically is found in vehicles such as T30 & N16. In both cases the engine is a smaller 2.2L capacity. (YD22DDTi.)

Since 2001, D22 models in both New Zealand & Europe utilised the YD25 engine, however it was not a CRD engine, the Fuel system utilised the Bosch VP44 Pump. The 2008MY D22 saw the introduction of the YD25DDTi CRD for Australia as well as in New Zealand & Europe.

Transmission options for the YD engine in R51 & D40 is either 6 M/T or 5 E-A/T. All R51 & D40 ST / ST-X variants fitted with the YD Engine have ASCD (Cruise Control) as standard fitment. The transmission for all D22 continues to be the 5 M/T only.


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