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Nissan Navara D40 Service Intervals

Nissan Navara D40 service intervals

One of the crucial maintenance that you must not neglect for your Nissan Navara D40 is the change oil. But admit it no matter how we include it in our plan we sometimes forget about it, but for Navara owner, it makes some difference, Navara D40 has features that remind the driver of the service interval. Navara service indicator light is a feature that appears on the dashboard when it is time for the change oil. It was set base on the Nissan Navara D40 service intervals.

Nissan Navara D40 Maintenance Schedule

Nissan Navara D40 Service Intervals

Maintenance items with "Star Mark" should be performed more frequently according to "Maintenance Under Severe Driving Conditions".
(1) Periodic maintenance is not required, However, if valve noise increases, check valve clearance.
(2) Replace the drive belts if found damaged or if the auto belt tensioner reading reaches the maximum limit.
(3) Use Genuine NISSAN Engine Coolant or equivalent in its quality, in order to avoid possible aluminum corrosion within the engine cooling system caused by the use of non-genuine engine coolant. After first replacement, replace every 40,000 km (24,000 miles) or 24 months.

How to change the engine oil of Nissan Navara D40
Step 1. Warm up the engine, drive the Navara on level ground, and check for oil leakage from engine components. When checking for the engine oil leakage, do the inspection around each part such as oil pan, oil pan drain plug, oil pressure switch, oil filter, oil cooler, intake valve timing control cover, and intake valve timing control solenoid valve, front cover, the mating surface between the cylinder block and lower cylinder block, the Mating surface between the cylinder block and head, the mating surface between cylinder head and rocker cover and crankshaft oil seals (front and rear).

Nissan Navara Oil Light Resetting
Warm up the engine, drive on level ground, and check for oil leakage. When checking for the leakage, do the inspection around each part like the oil pan.
Learn more: Nissan Navara Oil Light Reset

Step 2. After the engine is warmed up, stop the engine and wait for 10 minutes before doing the change oil.

Step 3. Loosen the oil filler cap and place a catch basin for the engine oil, then remove the drain plug to drain the engine oil.
Nissan Navara D40 Oil Filter Location
Navara D40 Oil Filter Location

Step 4. Install the drain plug, never re-use the washer of the drain plug instead replace it with a new washer. Make sure

Nissan Navara D40 Drain Plug Location

Navara D40 Change Oil Drain Plug

How to Change the Oil Filter for D40 Navara
First is to remove the engine undercover located under the engine, and then using the oil filter wrench to remove the oil filter. When removing the oil filter use a cloth to absorb engine oil leakage or spillage.
Learn more: How to Change the Oil Filter for D40 Navara

Step 5. Refill the engine with new engine oil. For Nissan Navara D40 with the YD25 engine & QR25 engine, the approximate refill amount of engine oil is described below. The refill capacity depends on the engine oil temperature and drains time. Use the below specifications for reference only.

Nissan Navara D40 Recommended Oil

Nissan Navara Recomended Oil

Step 6. Warm up the engine again and check the area around the drain plug and oil filter for oil leakage.

Step 7. Stop the engine and wait for 10 minutes then check the engine oil level.

When doing change oil for your Nissan Navara D40, try to avoid direct contact with the used engine oil, repeated contact can cause skin problems. Change oil your Navara D40 based on the recommended schedule can maximize the efficiency and life of the engine. Therefore always monitor the change oil frequency.

Nissan Navara Maintenance Tips

On this page, you will find Nissan Navara D40 maintenance tips necessary to ensure that your Navara is in good condition.

Learn more >>>  Nissan Navara Maintenance Tips

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