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Date Registered: 03-2016
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Crankshaft Bearings


Hi, is it possible to replace bearing shells wih the engine still in the car?
The engine has done 285,000 k's and thought it may be time to check them
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Date Registered: 03-2016
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The engine is QR25DE in 2005 T30
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Date Registered: 08-2016
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Yes, I have changed the crankshaft as well as the bearings.
The seals can be easily damaged though.
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Location: Mona Vale, Sydney, AUSTRALIA
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Re: Crankshaft Bearings


I find it interesting you say you can change the crank and bearings while leaving the engine in the Xtrail.
The hardest thing about this is lining up the timing marks of the chain with the crank, intake and exhaust camshafts along with the balance shafts as there is very little room on that side of the engine bay to work.

Could you explain the method you used please as it would help many others instead of saying it can be done and having them try to find out how for themselves.

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Date Registered: 07-2015
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To pull the crankshaft out you would need to remove the gearbox. It would just be easier to remove the engine.

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