Service of Nissan Sunny from 1991 to 1997 release in n-14 body.
1. Maintenance instruction
2. Maintenance
3. Engines
4. Cooling system
5. System of heating and ventilation
6. Fuel and exhaust system
7. System of launch of the engine
8. Coupling
9. Transmissions
10. Half shafts
11. Brakes
12. Suspension brackets and steering
13. Body
13.1. Specifications
13.2. Maintenance
13.3. Small damages of a body
13.3.1. Elimination of small scratches on a body
13.3.2. Repair of dents of a body
13.3.3. Elimination of consequences of corrosion or cracks in body panels
13.3.4. Putting primer and painting of a body
13.3.5. Plastic elements
13.4. Large damages of a body
13.5. Front bumper
13.6. Rear bumper
13.7. Cowl
13.8. Cowl lock drive cable
13.9. Cowl lock
13:10. Doors
13:11. Internal panel of a door
13:12. Door lock, switch of the lock and detail of the handle
13:13. Glass of a door and window regulator
13:14. Trunk lid (sedan)
13:15. Cover of a cargo compartment (compartment and hatchback)
13:16. Lock of a trunk lid (sedan)
13:17. Lock of a cover of a cargo compartment and handle
13:18. Details of the central lock
13:19. External glasses
13:20. Windshield, back glass and stationary glasses
13:21. Hatch
13:22. Decorative overlays of a body
13:23. Seats
13:24. Panels of facing of salon
13:25. Average section of the forward panel
13:26. Details of forward facing of salon
14. Electric equipment


13.3.1. Elimination of small scratches on a body

If scratch is only superficial and does not get into body metal, it is very simple to eliminate it.

1. Wipe area around scratch with means for restoration of paint or process very small polishing paste to eliminate the lagged behind paint from scratch and to clear a surrounding surface of a wax covering.
2. Wash out this area clear water.
3. Apply new paint on scratch by means of a thin brush; continue to apply paint coats until the surface of paint on scratch is flush with surrounding paint.
4. Wait within at least two weeks until paint hardens, then mix it with surrounding paint, having processed area of scratch recovery solution or very small polishing paste.
5. Then put wax polishing.

If scratch got into body metal, having caused a metal rust, it is necessary to use other method.

1. Remove a rust from a scratch bottom by means of a knife edge, then put a layer of anticorrosive paint for prevention of formation of a rust in the future.
2. By means of a rubber or nylon small brush fill scratch with primer.
3. If it is necessary, primer can be mixed with a thinner for formation of very liquid paste which perfectly is suitable for filling of thin scratches.
4. Before primer hardens, wrap up a piece of soft cotton fabric around a finger.
5. Lower a finger in a thinner, and quickly carry out by him on the surface of primer on scratch, it is necessary in order that the surface of primer was a little concave.
6. Scratch then can be painted over.

13.3. Small damages of a body

13.3.2. Repair of dents of a body