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No online service manual anymore?

The online service manual are no longer on nicco website. Any other places for service manual or do I have to buy one now. If so,, best place to buy one. 2015 Versa Note service manual needed. NOT OWNERS manual.

Right now I wanted to remove rear drums just to check brakes but I saw on you tube its a torqued nut. Video said you MIGHT need yo replace nut each time a one time use type of nut but he wasn't sure. . Iam trying to find out if this is correct. service manual would tell me.
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The online service manual are no longer on nicco website. Any other places for service manual or do I have to buy one now. If so,, best place to buy one. 2015 Versa Note service manual needed. NOT OWNERS manual.

Right now I wanted to remove rear drums just to check brakes but I saw on you tube its a torqued nut. Video said you MIGHT need yo replace nut each time a one time use type of nut but he wasn't sure. . Iam trying to find out if this is correct. service manual would tell me.

Don't know if this will help you:

https://carmanuals2.com/get/nissan-v...tion-rax-51591

https://parts.nissanusa.com/nissanpa...8134&siteid=14

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YES very helpful . In the manual link it says NOT to reuse the nut. I will have to get two new nuts before I attempt to remove the rear drums. Have 27500 miles I want to see how there brakes shoes are wearing. I thought there were the old style wheel bearings that needed packing with grease. But there a sealed bearing. Still not a great design needing to remove a one use nut just to inspect the brakes.

Thanks for the links.
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Should be an inspection hole on the back side or rubber plug you remove to check wear for states that require inspection.

Yeah, printed manuals seem to be the thing of the past.
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