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
13.4. 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


13.7. Cowl


1. Open a cowl, designate the provision of loops on a cowl.
2. Exempt a windscreen washer hose from brackets, having disconnected from the union.
3. Turn off fastening bolts to loops and with the assistant remove a cowl.
4. Check a side play of axes in loops, if necessary turn off two bolts and replace loops.


1. Establish a cowl combine with tags on loops and tighten bolts.
2. Attach a hose and lay in brackets.
3. Adjust a cowl.


1. Close a cowl and check gaps with adjacent panels of a body. If necessary weaken bolts of loops and adjust the provision of a cowl, tighten bolts.
2. After adjustment of a cowl check operation of the lock and adjust. The latch of the lock has to work when the cowl is below a wing edge on 1,0–1,5 mm. Release lock bolts, adjust situation and tighten bolts.
3. If necessary adjust the provision of a forward edge of a cowl on height, rotating the rubber buffers screwed in a forward partition of a body.

13.6. Rear bumper

13.8. Cowl lock drive cable