2006 Nissan Teena Repair Manual

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This is the original OEM workshop service and repair manual for the 2006 Nissan Teena, Model J31 with the wiring diagrams in a simple PDF format.

This is the original OEM workshop service and repair manual for the 2006 Nissan Teena, Model J31 Series with the wiring diagrams in a simple PDF format.

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File Language English
You’ll Get 85.5 MB
Wiring Diagrams Included
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This manual includes the procedures for maintenance, disassembling, reassembling, inspection, and adjustment of components and diagnostics for guidance of experienced mechanics. Please use this manual to ensure complete repair work to keep your vehicle in optimum condition. When replacement parts during repair work are needed, be sure to use Nissan OEM genuine parts.

Contents: 2006 Nissan Teena Repair Manual

table of contents 2006 Nissan Teean Workshop Manual PDF

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CAUTION: Please note that this manual is made for the use of persons who have special techniques and certifications. If non-specialized or uncertified technicians perform repairs or services only using this manual or without proper equipment or tools, this may cause severe injury to you or other persons nearby and also cause damage to your vehicle. In order to prevent dangerous operations and damage to your vehicle, please be sure to follow the instructions thoroughly.

About Nissan Teena

The Nissan Teana is a mid-size sedan produced by Japanese automobile manufacturer Nissan. It was exported as the Nissan Maxima and Nissan Cefiro to certain markets. It replaces the Nissan BluebirdLaurel and Cefiro. It shares a platform with the Nissan Maxima and Nissan Altima which are sold in North America, as well as the Japanese market Presage minivan. The Teana has been available in East Asia, Russia, Ukraine, South Asia, Southeast Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Latin America and the Caribbean.

As of 2007, the Teana shares its platform with its French cousin, the Renault Laguna and Renault Latitude in most of Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and in Southeast Asia as the Renault Samsung SM5.

With the introduction of the Teana, Nissan continued the J lineage for the model codes (J31 and J32) from the Nissan Maxima (J30). Starting with the introduction of the third generation in 2013, the Teana became a badge-engineered version of the North American Altima. The Teana nameplate was retired in 2020, being replaced by the L34 Altima or discontinued without any successor in some markets.

The name “Teana” is from that of a small village in Italy, sharing a naming influence with the Nissan Murano which was released in the same era, and named after another city in Italy.

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PDF

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English

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85.5 MB

Wiring Diagram Included

YES

Instant Download

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