W Cruise control

Performing the ACTIVE TEST using the hand-held tester allows the relay, VSV, actuator and so on to operate without parts removal. Performing the ACTIVE TEST as the first step of troubleshooting is one method to shorten labor time. It is possible to display the DATA LIST during the ACTIVE TEST. (b) Turn the ignition switch off. (c) Connect the hand-held tester to the DLC3. (d) Turn the ignition switch to the ON position. (e) According to the display on tester, perform the ACTIVE TEST. Operate...

Accessory tool parts No

Only in the case of reusing the shift lock control unit assy. (b) Using a screwdriver, unlock the claw of the lock key of automatic adjustment parts. (c) Insert the slide cap into the through hole and install. HINT (d) Insert the lever pin into the hole in the cable end. HINT At this time, the shift lever should be in N position and the ignition key should be set to ACC or ON.

Adjustment

ADJUST REAR DRUM BRAKE SHOE CLEARANCE (See page 32-31) Torque 103 Nm (1,050 kgfcm, 76 ftlbf) 4. INSPECT PARKING BRAKE LEVER TRAVEL (a) Pull the parking brake lever to the fully applied position, and count the number of clicks. Parking brake lever travel 6 - 9 clicks at 196 N (20 kgf, 44.1 Ibf) 5. ADJUST PARKING BRAKE LEVER TRAVEL (a) Remove the rear console box sub-assy (See page 71-10). (b) Loosen the lock nut and turn the adjusting nut until the lever travel turns correct. Torque 5.0 Nm (55...

After the installation move the folk forward and backward to check that the release bearing slides smoothly

INSTALL CLUTCH RELEASE FORK BOOT 21. INSTALL MANUAL TRANSAXLE ASSY (See page 41-17) Use the table below to help you find the cause of the problem. The numbers indicate the priority of the likely cause of the problem. Check each part in order. If necessary, replace these parts. 6. Clutch disc assy (Runout is excessive) 9. Clutch disc torsion rubber (Damaged) 11 .Diaphragm spring (Out of tip alignment) 3. Release cylinder rubber (Damaged) 1. Clutch release bearing assy (Worn, dirty, or...

Automatic Transaxle Assy

Engine Mounting 87 (887, 64) Bracket RR Front Suspension Member Dynamic Damper Engine Mounting 87 (887, 64) Bracket RR Front Suspension Member Dynamic Damper Nm (kgfcm, ftlbf) Specified torque Engine Mounting Member Sub-assy Center _AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION TRANS - AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE ASSY (ATM)_

Automatic Transmission Trans Preparation

09023-12700 Union Nut Wrench 17mm 09350-32014 TOYOTA Automatic Transmission TORQUE CONVERTER CLUTCH AND DRIVE PLATE(ATM) (09351-32010) One-way Clutch Test Tool TORQUE CONVERTER CLUTCH AND DRIVE PLATE(ATM) TORQUE CONVERTER CLUTCH AND DRIVE PLATE(ATM) (09351-32111) Side Bearing Race Replacer 09992-00095 Automatic Transmission Oil 09843-18030 Tacho-pulse Pickup Wire No.2 FLOOR SHIFT PARKING LOCK CABLE ASSY(ATM) (09043-20100) Socket Hexagon Wrench 10 Dial indicator or dial indicator with magnetic...

Be careful not to damage the inside of the cylinder body

(c) Install the stop plate to the push rod. (d) Install the push rod to the cylinder body. (e) While pushing the push rod, using snap ring pliers, install the snap ring. (f) Install the boot to the cylinder body. (g) Install the lock nut to the push rod. (h) Temporarily install the clevis with the lock nut to the push rod. (i) Install the inlet union and a new grommet. (j) Using a pin punch and a hammer, drive in the slotted spring pin.

Bleed Master Cylinder

If the master cylinder has been disassembled or if the reservoir becomes empty, bleed the air from the master cylinder. (a) Disconnect the brake lines from the master cylinder. SST 09023-00100 (b) Slowly depress the brake pedal and hold it. (c) Block off the outer holes with your fingers, and release the brake pedal. (d) Repeat (b) and (c) 3 or 4 times.

Brake

Brake pedal height (from asphalt sheet) 134.9 - 144.9 mm (5.311 - 5.703 in.) 136.0 - 146.0 mm (5.353 - 5.747 in.) Pedal reserve distance from asphalt sheet at 490 N (50 kgf, 110.2 lbf) Brake booster push rod to piston clearance (w SST) 11.0 mm (0.433 in.) 1.0 mm (0.039 in.) 25.0 mm (0.984 in.) 23.0 mm (0.906 in.) 200.0 mm (7.874 in.) 201.0 mm (7.913 in.) 4.4 mm (0.173 in.) 1.0 mm (0.039 in.)

Caution

This manual does not include all the necessary items about repair and service. This manual is made for the purpose of the use for the persons who have special techniques and certifications. In the cases that non-specialized or uncertified technicians perform repair or service only using this manual or without proper equipment or tool, that may cause severe injury to you or other people around and also cause damage to your customer's vehicle. In order to prevent dangerous operation and damages...

Check Clutch Start System

(a) Check that the engine does not start when the clutch pedal is released. (b) Check that the engine starts when the clutch pedal is fully depressed. If necessary, replace the clutch start switch assy. 1. REMOVE CLUTCH START SWITCH ASSY (a) Disconnect the clutch start switch assy connector. (b) Remove the nut and clutch start switch assy from the clutch pedal support. 2. INSTALL CLUTCH START SWITCH ASSY (a) Install the clutch start switch assy with the nut. Torque 15.68 Nm (160 kgfcm, 12...

Check Pedal Free Play

(a) Stop the engine and depress the brake pedal several times until there is no more vacuum left in the booster. (b) Push in the pedal until the beginning of the resistance is felt. Measure the distance, as shown in the installation. Pedal free play 1 - 6 mm (0.04 - 0.24 in.) If incorrect, check the stop lamp switch clearance. If the clearance is OK, then troubleshoot the brake system. Stop lamp switch clearance 0.5 - 2.4 mm (0.020 - 0.094 in.)

Circuit Description

Either of the following 1. or 2. is detected 1. The ECU connectors are OFF from the ECU. 2. There is a malfunction in the ECU internal circuit. (Charging system (Power source circuit (Skid control ECU There is a case that hand-held tester cannot be used when ECU is abnormal.

Clean Head And Check Operation

(1) Raise the cassette door with your finger. Next, using a pencil or similar object, push in the guide. (2) Using a cleaning pen or cotton applicator soaked in cleaner, clean the head surface, pinch rollers and capstans. (3) Check that the same trouble occurs again. CHECK AND REPLACE RADIO RECEIVER ASSY

Clearance mm in

If there is a space between the SST main body and the booster shell (chalk is applied to the booster push rod), it means that the clearance is too small. If chalk is not applied to the booster push rod after placing the SST on the brake booster, it means that the clearance is too large. (d) If clearance is outside of the specified range, fix the push rod using SST and adjust the length of the protruding adjusting bolt. When adjusting the push rod, depress the brake pedal sufficiently so that...

Clutch Pedal Subassy Mtm Adjustment

INSPECT AND ADJUST CLUTCH PEDAL SUB-ASSY (b) Check that the pedal height is correct. Pedal height from asphalt sheet 135.8 - 145.8 mm (5.346 - 5.740 in.) (1) Loosen the lock nut and turn the stopper bolt until the height is correct. Tighten the lock nut. Torque 24.5 Nm (245 kgfcm, 18 ftlbf) (d) Check that the pedal free play and push rod play are correct. (1) Depress the pedal until the clutch resistance begin to be felt. Pedal free play 5.0 - 15.0 mm (0.197 - 0591 in.) (2) Gently depress the...

Components

Front Shock Absorber with Coil Spring Front Suspension Support LH Dust Seal Front Shock Absorber with Coil Spring Front Suspension Support Dust Cover LH Front Suspension Support Sub-assy LH Front Coil Spring Insulator Upper LH Front Coil Spring Insulator Lower LH N m (kgfcm, ftlbf) Specified torque

Cruise Control

INSTRUMENT PANEL SAFETY PAD SUB-ASSY INSTRUMENT PANEL SAFETY PAD SUB-ASSY 09816-30010 Oil Pressure Switch Socket 09843-18040 Diagnosis Check Wire No.2 09082-00040 TOYOTA Electrical Tester ELECTRONIC CONTROLLED AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE ECT COMBINATION METER WIRELESS DOOR LOCK CONTROL SYSTEM SFI SYSTEM ABS WITH EBD SYSTEM SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM ELECTRONIC CONTROLLED AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE ECT AUDIO SYSTEM CRUISE CONTROL SYSTEM COMBINATION METER WIRELESS DOOR LOCK CONTROL SYSTEM SFI SYSTEM ABS WITH...

Customer Problem Analysis

0 In troubleshooting, the problem symptoms must be confirmed accurately, meaning that all preconceptions must be set aside in order to make an accurate judgement. To ascertain what the problem symptoms are, it is extremely important to ask the customer about the problem and conditions when it occurred. 0 The following 5 items are important points in the problem analysis. Past problems which are thought to be unrelated and the repair history, etc. may also help in some cases. Therefore, as much...

Do not touch grease on rubber surface of upper support

INSTALL FRONT SHOCK ABSORBER WITH COIL SPRING (a) Install the shock absorber with the 2 bolts. (b) Install the 3 nuts to the upper side of front shock absorber with coil spring. (c) Install the 2 bolts and nuts to the lower side of front shock absorber with coil spring. Torque 153 Nm (1,560 kgfcm, 113 ftlbf) NOTICE When installing bolt, stop the bolt from rotating and torque the nut. Install the front flexible hose and speed sensor front LH with the bolt. Install the front flexible hose with...

Do not use an impact wrench It will damage the SST

(b) Insert the coil spring to the shock absorber. HINT Fit the lower end of the coil spring into the gap of the spring lower seat. (c) Install the spring bumper and suspension support. (d) Set the upper insulator to the spring bracket. (e) Position the spring bracket with upper insulator as shown in the illustration. Place the RH side on the symmetric position to the illustration. (f) Install the cushion and support plate. (g) Temporarily tighten a new center nut. (h) Remove the SST. SST...

Drive Shaft Propeller Shaft Axle

_SERVICE SPECIFICATIONS - DRIVE SHAFT PROPELLER SHAFT AXLE_ _SERVICE SPECIFICATIONS - DRIVE SHAFT PROPELLER SHAFT AXLE_ Automatic transaxle fluid drain plug Lower ball joint assy front x Suspension arm sub-assy lower No.1 Tie rod end sub-assy x Steering knuckle Flexible hose and speed sensor front x Shock absorber assy front Speed sensor front x Steering knuckle Front stabilizer link assy x Shock absorber assy front Disc brake dust cover front x Steering knuckle Lower ball joint assy front x...

EAccording to the display on tester read the Data List

Brake Pedal is depressed ON Brake Pedal is released OFF Actual Gear Position 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th (O D) D(O D OFF) 1st, 2nd or 3rd D(O D ON) 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th (O D) Lock Up ON Except Lock Up OFF Shift lever position is P or N ON Except P or N OFF The shift lever position and these values are different, there are failures of the PNP switch or shift cable adjustment. HINT When the failure still occurs even after adjusting these parts, See page 05-379. O D Cancel Signal input ON O D Cancel...

Engine Control System

Throttle idle speed control valve assy Movement Half open fully close fully open half open Intake air flow meter sub-assy Resistance THA - E2 at -20 (-4IF) at 204C (684F) at 60 (140 F) 13.6 to 18.4 kii 2.21 to 2.69 kii 0.49 to 0.67 kil Camshaft timing oil control valve assy Resistance E.F.I. Throttle position sensor Resistance E.F.I. Engine coolant temperature sensor Resistance E.F.I. Circuit opening relay assy Specified condition Between terminals 1 and 2 Between terminals 3 and 5 E.F.I. ECU...

Ensure the fine lapping compound is completely washed off after rubbing

(c) Check again the braking effect of the synchronizer ring. (d) Using a feeler gauge, measure the clearance between 3rd gear synchronizer ring back and 3rd gear spline end. Minimum clearance 0.65 mm (0.0256 in.) If the clearance below than the minimum, replace the 3rd gear synchronizer ring, and apply small amount of the fine lapping compound on gear cone. NOTICE

Equipment

PREPARATION - SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM 09082-00700 SRS Airbag Deployment Tool FRONT SEAT AIRBAG ASSY RH INSTRUMENT PANEL PASSENGER AIR BAG ASSY 09082-00750 Airbag Deployment Wire 09082-00780 Airbag Deployment Wire l ,-f Sub-harness No.6 INSTRUMENT PANEL PASSENGER AIR BAG ASSY INSTRUMENT PANEL PASSENGER AIR BAG ASSY 09082-00802 Airbag Deployment Wire INSTRUMENT PANEL PASSENGER AIR BAG ASSY INSTRUMENT PANEL PASSENGER AIR BAG ASSY Bolt Length 35.0 mm (1.387 in.) Pitch 1.0 mm (0.039 in.) Diam....

Facing the white mark upward

INSTALL BRAKE BOOSTER ASSY (See page 32-20) 17. INSTALL BRAKE MASTER CYLINDER SUB-ASSY (See page 32-13) 18. BLEED BRAKE LINE (See page 32-4) (a) Fill the brake reservoir tank with clutch fluid and bleed clutch system. Torque 8.4 Nm (85 kgfcm, 73 in.lbf) 20. CHECK AND ADJUST BRAKE PEDAL HEIGHT (See page 32-6) 21. INSPECT AND ADJUST CLUTCH PEDAL SUB-ASSY (See page 42-2) 24. CHECK FLUID LEVEL IN RESERVOIR

Fit projections of the grommet into holes of the retainer

(c) Install the control cable assy with the 2 bolts. Torque 5.0 Nm (51 kgfcm, 44 in.lbf) FLOOR SHIFT CABLE TRANSMISSION CONTROL SELECT (d) Connect the end of the select cable to the shift lever assy. (e) Connect the select cable to the retainer of shift lever assy, turn the lock. The projecting part of the lock should face upward when the select cable is installed. (f) Install the cable outer spring to the lock. NOTICE Make sure that after installation the cable outer spring is moved to the...

Fluid temperature C F

(a) Park the vehicle on a level surface and set the parking brake. (b) With the engine idling and the brake pedal depressed, shift the shift lever into all ranges from P to L position and return to P position. (c) Pull out the dipstick and wipe it clean. (d) Push it back fully into the pipe. (e) Pull it out and check that the fluid level is in the HOT position. If there are leaks, it is necessary to repair or replace O-rings, FIPGs, oil seals, plugs or other parts.

Front Suspension Arm Subassy Lower No Lh Replacement

DISCONNECT FRONT STABILIZER LINK ASSY LH (LH (A T) POSITION)(See page 26-8) 3. DISCONNECT FRONT STABILIZER LINK ASSY RH (LH (A T) POSITION) HINT Remove the RH side by the same procedures as the LH side. 4. SEPARATE FRONT SUSPENSION ARM SUB-ASSY LOWER NO.1 LH (a) Remove the bolt and 2 nuts, and separate the front suspension arm sub-assy lower No.1 LH from the lower ball joint assy front LH. 5. SEPARATE FRONT SUSPENSION ARM SUB-ASSY LOWER NO.1 RH (LH (A T) POSITION) HINT Remove the RH side by the...

Front Suspension Service Data

Front A *1 - B *2 Rear D *4 - C *3 Front A *1 - B *2 Rear D *4 - C *3 09 x 12' (0 x 0.2 0 x 2 mm, 0 x 0.08 in.) 1.5 mm (0.059 in.) or less Inside wheel Outside wheel Reference 37 06' x 2 (37.10 x 2 ) 31 49' Inside wheel Outside wheel Reference 31.82 37 16' x 2 (37.27 x 2 ) 32 08' 32.13 USA, Canada Mexico Right-left error -0 32' 45' (-0.53 0.75 ) -0 22' 45' (-0.37 0.75 ) 45' (0.75 ) or less USA, Canada Mexico Right-left error 2 50' 45' (2.83 0.75 ) 2 43' 45' (2.72 0.75 ) 45' (0.75 ) or less USA,...

General Information

There are many ECU controlled systems used in the COROLLA. In general, ECU controlled system are considered to be very intricate and require a high level of technical knowledge and expert skill to troubleshoot. The fact is, however, that if you proceed by inspecting the circuits one by one, troubleshooting of these systems is not complex. If you have adequate understanding of the system and basic knowledge of electricity, the problem can be accurately diagnosed and fixed. This manual is...

Glossary Of Sae And Toyota Terms

This glossary lists all SAE-J1930 terms and abbreviations used in this manual in compliance with SAE recommendations, as well as their TOYOTA equivalents. Data Link Connector 1 Data Link Connector 2 Data Link Connector 3 2. Total Diagnosis Communication Link (TDCL) Engine ECU (Electronic Control Unit) Coolant Temperature, Water Temperature (THW) Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory (EEPROM), Erasable Programmable Read Only...

If a normal code is displayed during the DTC check but the problem still occurs check the circuits for each problem

Pressing power switch does not start system. 3. Radio receiver assy power source circuit Turning on light switch does not light up night time illumination of radio receiver. 1. Radio receiver assy ILL terminal circuit No sound is heard from speaker in all modes. 2. Radio receiver assy power source circuit Sound quality is bad in all modes. (Volume is too low) 2. Radio receiver assy power source circuit Radio broadcast cannot be received. (Bad reception) Cassette tape cannot be inserted or...

Inspect Input Shaft

(a) Using a dial indicator, check the shaft runout. Maximum runout 0.015 mm(0.0006 in.) If the runout exceeds the maximum, replace the input shaft. (b) Using a micrometer, measure the outer diameter of the input shaft journal surface. Input shaft outer diameter If the outer diameter is below the minimum, replace the input shaft.

Inspect Parkneutral Position Switch Assy

(a) Apply the parking brake and turn the ignition switch ON. (b) Depress the brake pedal and check that the engine starts only when the shift lever is set in N or P position and it does not start in the other position. (c) Check that the back-up light comes on and the reverse warning buzzer sounds only when the shift lever is set in R position and these do not function in the other positions. If a failure is found, check the park neutral position switch for continuity.

Inspect Repair Service Starter

(1) Push in the plunger, then check that it returns quickly to its original position. If necessary, replace the repair service starter kit. (1) Using an ohmmeter, check that there is continuity between terminals 50 and C. If there is no continuity, replace the repair service starter kit. (2) Using an ohmmeter, check that there is continuity between terminal 50 and the switch body. If there is no continuity, replace the repair service starter kit.

Inspect Sensor And Sensor Rotor Serrations

(REFERENCE) INSPECTION USING OSCILLOSCOPE (a) Connect the oscilloscope to the terminals RR+ - RR- and RL+ - RL- of the skid control ECU. (b) Drive the vehicle at about 30 km h (19 mph), and check the signal waveform. As the vehicle speed (wheel revolution speed) increases, a cycle of the waveform becomes shorter and the fluctuation in the output voltage becomes greater. When noise is identified in the waveform on the oscilloscope, error signals are generated due to the speed sensor rotor's...

Inspect Sensor Rotor

No scratches, missing teeth or foreign objects. REPLACE REAR AXLE HUB & BEARING ASSY RH REPLACE REAR AXLE HUB & BEARING ASSY LH Check the speed sensor signal last (See page 05-297). CHECK AND REPLACE BRAKE ACTUATOR ASSY (See page 05-306) _DIAGNOSTICS - ABS WITH EBD SYSTEM (April, 2003)_

Inspect Speed Sensor And Sensor Rotor Serrations

(REFERENCE) INSPECTION USING OSCILLOSCOPE (a) Connect the oscilloscope to the terminal FR+ - FR- and FL+ - FL- of the skid control ECU. (b) Drive the vehicle at about 30 km h (19 mph), and check the signal waveform. As the vehicle speed (wheel revolution speed) increases, a cycle of the waveform becomes shorter and the fluctuation in the output voltage becomes greater. When noise is identified in the waveform on the oscilloscope, error signals are generated due to the speed sensor rotor's...

Inspect Starter Armature Assy

(1) Using an ohmmeter, check that there is continuity between the segments of the commutator. If there is no continuity between any segments, replace the starter armature. (2) Using an ohmmeter, check that there is no continuity between the commutator and armature coil core. If there is continuity, replace the starter armature. (b) Check the commutator surface for dirt or burn. If the surface is dirty or burnt, smooth the surface with 400-grit sandpaper or lathe. (1) Using vernier calipers,...

Inspect Starter Center Bearing Clutch Subassy

(1) Rotate the clutch pinion gear clockwise, then check that it turns freely. Try to rotate the clutch pinion gear counterclockwise, then check that it locks. If necessary, replace the starter center bearing clutch. (1) Inspect the gear teeth on the planetary gear, internal gear and starter clutch for wear or damage. If damaged, replace the starter center bearing clutch.

Inspection

INSPECT TORQUE CONVERTER CLUTCH ASSY (1) Set SST into the inner race of the one-way clutch. SST 09350-32014 (09351-32010) (2) Set SST so that it fits in the notch of the converter hub and outer race of the one-way clutch. (3) With the torque converter clutch setting up on its side, check that the one-way clutch locks when it is turned counterclockwise, and rotates smoothly clockwise. If necessary, clean the torque converter clutch and retest the one-way clutch. Replace the torque converter...

Inspection Procedure

Start the inspection from step 1 in case of using the hand-held tester and start from step 2 in case of not using the hand-held tester. PERFORM ACTIVE TEST BY HAND-HELD TESTER(ABS WARNING LIGHT) (a) Check that ON and OFF of the ABS warning light can be shown on the combination meter by the hand-held tester. CHECK AND REPLACE BRAKE ACTUATOR ASSY (See page 05-306) INSPECT COMBINATION METER ASSY(ABS WARNING LIGHT) (a) Disconnect the connector from the skid control ECU. (b) Turn the ignition switch...

Install Brake Master Cylinder Subassy See page

INSTALL AIR CLEANER CASE SUB-ASSY (a) Install the air cleaner case with 3 bolts, then install the air cleaner element to the air cleaner case sub-assy. 15. INSTALL AIR CLEANER CAP SUB-ASSY 16. FILL RESERVOIR WITH BRAKE FLUID 17. BLEED MASTER CYLINDER (See page 32-4) SST 09023-00100 18. BLEED BRAKE LINE (See page 32-4) 19. CHECK AND ADJUST BRAKE PEDAL HEIGHT (See page 32-6) 20. CHECK PEDAL FREE PLAY (See page 32-6) 21. CHECK PEDAL RESERVE DISTANCE (See page 32-6) 22. CHECK FLUID LEVEL IN...

Install Brake Pedal Subassy

(a) Apply the lithium soap base glycol grease to the 2 new bushes on the ends and sides. (b) Install the brake pedal sub-assy and 2 bushes to the brake pedal support with the bolt and nut. Torque 36.8 Nm (375 kgfcm, 27 ftlbf) 10. INSTALL BRAKE PEDAL SUPPORT SUB-ASSY (a) Install the brake pedal support assy with the 4 nuts. Torque 12.7 Nm (130 kgfcm, 9 ftlbf) (b) Connect the stop lamp switch connector to the stop lamp switch assy. (c) Install the bolt to the brake pedal support sub-assy. Torque...

Install Control Shaft Cover

(a) Coat the shift & select lever shaft boot with MP grease, install it to the control shaft cover. (b) Install the control shaft cover to the shift & select lever. HINT Install the dust boot with the projection up and the hole side down. (c) Coat the shift & select lever shaft with MP grease. (d) Using a brass bar and a hammer, tap in the snap ring to the shift & select lever shaft.

Install Control Shift Lever Bush

(a) Coat the control shift lever bush with MP grease, install it to the selecting bellcrank assy. Use the table below to help you find the cause of the problem. The numbers indicate the priority of the likely cause of the problem. Check each part in order. If necessary, replace parts.

Install Floor Shift Parking Lock Cable Assy

(a) Turn the ignition switch ACC or ON. (b) Install the cable to the upper bracket. HINT Connect the removed cable so that it will be the same physical relationship you kept in mind before its disconnection. (1) Shift the shift lever to N position and turn the ignition switch to ACC or ON. (2) Set the accessory tool to the shift lock control unit assy as shown in the illustration.

Install Fr Differential Case Front Tapered Roller Bearing

(a) Using SST and a press, install a new FR differential case front tapered roller bearing (inner race) to the front differential case. SST 09350-32014 (09351-32120), 09950-60010 (09951-00530) (b) Using SST and a press, install a new FR differential case front tapered roller bearing (outer race) with shim to the transaxle case. SST 09950-60020 (09951-00680), 09950-70010 (09951-07150)

Install Front Axle Hub Lh Hole Snap Ring

(a) Using snap ring pliers, install a new LH hole snap ring 19. INSTALL LOWER BALL JOINT ASSY FRONT LH (a) Install the lower ball joint assy front LH, torque the nut. Torque 103 Nm (1,050 kgfcm, 76 ftlbf) (b) Install a new cotter pin. NOTICE If the holes for the cotter pin are not aligned, tighten the nut further up to 60 . (a) Install the 2 bolts, nuts and front axle assy LH to the shock absorber. Torque 153 Nm (1,560 kgfcm, 113 ftlbf) NOTICE Only when reusing the bolts and nuts, apply engine...

Install Front Brake Shoe

(a) Connect the upper side return spring to the front brake shoe. (b) Using SST, install the front brake shoe, pin, shoe hold-down spring and cup. SST 09718-00010 (c) Using a needle-nose pliers, install the anchor side tension spring to each shoe. 22. INSTALL REAR BRAKE AUTOMATIC ADJUST LEVER LH (a) Install the rear brake automatic adjust lever LH to the rear brake shoe. (b) Using a needle-nose pliers, install the upper side tension spring. 23. CHECK REAR DRUM BRAKE INSTALLATION (a) Check that...

Install Front Differential Side Gear

(a) Coat the sliding and rotating surface of the 2 front differential side gears with MP grease. (b) Install the 2 front differential side gear thrust washers to the 2 front differential side gear. Install the front differential side gear thrust washer that has the (c) Install the 2 front differential side gears, 2 front differential pinions and 2 front differential side gear thrust washers to the front differential case. Turning the front differential pinion, install the 2 front differential...

Install Front Disc Brake Cylinder Subassy

(a) Install the disc brake cylinder with the 2 bolts. Torque 34.3 Nm (350 kgfcm, 25 ftlbf) (b) Install a new gasket and flexible hose with the union bolt. Torque 29 Nm (296 kgfcm, 21 ftlbf) Gasket has 2 types 2-piece type and 1-piece type. Install the flexible hose lock securely in the lock hole in the disc brake cylinder. 30. FILL RESERVOIR WITH BRAKE FLUID 31. BLEED MASTER CYLINDER (See page 32-4) SST 09023-00100 32. BLEED BRAKE LINE (See page 32-4) 33. CHECK FLUID LEVEL IN RESERVOIR Torque...

Install Parkneutral Position Switch Assy

(a) Install the park neutral position switch to the manual valve shaft. (b) Temporarily install the 2 bolts. (c) Place a new lock plate and tighten the nut. Torque 5.5 Nm (56 kgfcm, 49 in.lbf) (d) Temporarily install the control shaft lever. (e) Turn the lever counterclockwise until it stops, then turn it clockwise 2 notches. (f) Remove the control shaft lever. (g) Align the groove with neutral basic line. (h) Hold the switch in position and tighten the 2 bolts. Torque 5.5 Nm (56 kgfcm, 49...

Install Transmission Clutch Hub No

(a) Install the 3 synchromesh shifting keys and 2 synchro-mesh shifting key springs to the transmission clutch hub No.3. Do not set both openings of the shifting key springs in the same position. (b) Using SST and a hammer, install the transmission clutch hub No.3 to the input shaft. SST 09636-20010 Before driving in the No.3 clutch hub assy, place the suitable sized wooden block on the rear side of the input shaft, as shown in the illustration. When driving it in, fix the input shaft firmly so...

Install Transmission Oil Filler Tube Subassy

(a) Temporarily install the oil cooler outlet tube No. 1. (b) Temporarily install the oil cooler inlet tube No. 1. (c) Coat a new O-ring with ATF, and install them to the oil filler tube. (d) Install the oil filler tube to the automatic transaxle. (e) Install the oil cooler tube clamp and 2 bolts. Torque 5.5 Nm (56 kgfcm, 49 in.lbf) (f) Install the ATF lever gauge.

Install Wire Harness

(a) Install the wire harness clamp bracket and bolt. Torque 12.75 N m (130 kgf cm, 9 ft lbf) (b) Install the wire harness clamp bracket and 2 wire harnesses with the 3 bolts. Torque Bolt A 25.5 Nm (260 kgfcm, 19 ftlbf) Bolt B 10 Nm (102 kgfcm, 7 ftlbf) Bolt C 13 Nm (132 kgfcm, 10 ftlbf) 61. INSTALL TRANSMISSION CONTROL CABLE BRACKET NO.1 (a) Install the control cable bracket and 2 bolts. Torque 12 Nm (122 kgfcm, 9 ftlbf) 62. INSTALL TRANSMISSION CONTROL CABLE SUPPORT (a) Install the control...

Lubrication

29 kPa (0.3 kgfcm2, 4.2 psi) or more 294 to 539 kPa (3.0 to 5.5 kgf cm2, 43 to 78 psi) Oil pump assy Tip clearance Body clearance Side clearance 0.040 to 0.160 mm (0.0016 to 0.0063 in.) 0.260 to 0.325 mm (0.0102 to 0.0128 in.) 0.025 to 0.071 mm (0.0010 to 0.0028 in.) Oil pressure switch x Crankshaft bearing cap sub-assy Oil pump assy x Cylinder block sub-assy Chain vibration damper No. 1 x Cylinder head sub-assy Chain vibration damper No. 1 x Cylinder block sub-assy Oil pan drain plug x Oil pan...

Make sure the sensor tip is clean

(b) Install the sensor harness clamp with the 2 bolts A and B to the body and shock absorber. Torque Bolt A 8.0 Nm (82 kgfcm, 71 in.lbf) Bolt B 29 Nm (296 kgfcm, 21 ftlbf) (c) Connect the speed sensor connector. (d) Connect the speed sensor wire harness clamp to the body. 5. INSTALL FRONT FENDER LINER LH Torque 103 Nm (1,050 kgfcm, 76 ftlbf) 7. CHECK ABS SPEED SENSOR SIGNAL (See page 05-297)

Maximum freeplay mm in

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS ON STEERING SYSTEM (a) Care must be taken when replacing parts. Incorrect replacement may affect the performance of the steering system and result in a driving hazard. 2. HANDLING PRECAUTIONS ON SRS AIRBAG SYSTEM (a) The vehicle is equipped with SRS (Supplemental Restraint System) such as the driver airbag and front passenger airbag. Failure to carry out service operation in the correct sequence could cause the SRS to unexpectedly deploy during servicing, possibly leading...

Mm in

If the clearance is out of specification, replace the transmission hub sleeve No.3 and gear shift fork No.3. (a) Using a caliper gauge, inspect 5th gear as shown in the illustration. 5th gear inner diameter (a) Using a caliper gauge, inspect 5th gear as shown in the illustration. 5th gear inner diameter If the inner diameter exceeds the maximum, replace the 5th gear. 56. INSPECT REVERSE IDLER GEAR SUB-ASSY (a) Using a caliper gauge, inspect the reverse idler gear sub- assy as shown in the...

Monitor Description

The circuit prevents the engine from stopping when the vehicle is stopped by sudden braking when the torque converter clutch is in the lock-up mode. The ECM receives the signal from the stop light switch at the time brake pedal is depressed. Then, the ECM sends the signal to the lock-up solenoid valve not to be in lock-up condition. When the stop light switch remains ON during stop and go driving, the ECM interprets this as a fault in the stop light switch and the MIL comes on. The vehicle must...

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(b) Check that it fits properly in the ribbed grooves. HINT Check with your hand to confirm that the belt has not slipped out of the groove on the bottom of the pulley. 6. VISUALLY CHECK ALTERNATOR WIRING (a) Check that the wiring is in good condition. 7. LISTEN FOR ABNORMAL NOISES FROM ALTERNATOR (a) Check that there is no abnormal noise from the alternator while the engine is running. 8. INSPECT CHARGE WARNING LIGHT CIRCUIT (a) Turn the ignition switch ON. Check that the charge warning light...

Onvehicle Inspection

(a) Connect the hand-held tester to the DLC3. (b) Start the engine and run it at idle. (c) Select the ACTIVE TEST mode on the hand-held tester. HINT Please refer to the hand-held tester operator's manual for further details. 2. INSPECT ACTUATOR MOTOR OPERATION (a) With the motor relay ON, check the actuator motor operation noise. (b) Turn the motor relay to OFF. (c) Depress the brake pedal and hold it for about 15 seconds. Check that the brake pedal cannot be depressed. (d) With the motor relay...

Overhaul

When using a vise, do not over tighten. When installing, coat the parts indicated by the arrows with power steering fluid (See page 51-7). 3. REMOVE ENGINE UNDER COVER RH 4. REMOVE FAN AND GENERATOR V BELT 5. DISCONNECT OIL RESERVOIR TO PUMP HOSE NO.1 (a) Remove the clip and disconnect the oil reservoir to pump hose No.1. 6. DISCONNECT PRESSURE FEED TUBE ASSY (a) Using SST, disconnect the pressure feed tube assy. SST 09023-38400 (b) Remove the bolt and disconnect the pressure feed tube clamp....

Parking Brake System

Use the table below to help you find the cause of the problem. The numbers indicate the probability of the problems in descending order. Check each part in order. If necessary, replace these parts. 1. Parking brake lever travel (Out of adjustment) 2. Parking brake wire (Sticking) 3. Parking brake shoe clearance (Out of adjustment) 4. Parking brake shoe lining (Cracked or distorted) 5. Tension or return spring (Damaged) _AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION TRANS - PARK NEUTRAL POSITION SWITCH ASSY (ATM)_

Precaution

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS ON SRS AIRBAG SYSTEM (a) The vehicle is equipped with SRS (Supplemental Restraint System) such as the driver airbag and front passenger airbag. Failure to carry out service operation in correct sequence could cause the SRS to unexpectedly deploy during servicing, possibly leading to a serious accident. Before servicing (including removal or installation of parts, inspection or replacement), be sure to read the precautionary notice for the supplemental restraint system (See...

Preparation

09023-00100 Union Nut Wrench 10 mm BRAKE FLUID FRONT BRAKE REAR BRAKE BRAKE ACTUATOR ASSY BRAKE BOOSTER ASSY PROPORTIONING VALVE ASSY BRAKE MASTER CYLINDER SUB-ASSY(April, 2003) 09214-76011 Crankshaft Pulley Replacer 09520-00031 Rear Axle Shaft Puller 09521-00020 Drive Shaft Boot Clamping Tool 09718-00010 Shoe Hold Down Spring Driver 09737-00013 Brake Booster Push Rod Gauge BRAKE MASTER CYLINDER SUB-ASSY(April, 2003) 09737-00020 Brake Booster Push Rod Wrench BRAKE MASTER CYLINDER...

Problem Symptoms Table

Use the table below to help you find the cause of the problem. The numbers indicate the probability of the cause of the problem. Check each part in order. If necessary, replace these parts. 6. Rear brake shoe clearance (Out of adjustment) 8. Booster push rod (Out of adjustment) 2. Parking brake lever travel (Out of adjustment) 4. Rear brake shoe clearance (Out of adjustment) 5. Pad or lining (Cracked or distorted) 8. Tension or return spring (Faulty) 9. Booster push rod (Out of adjustment) 5....

Rear Suspension

0 6' x 16' (0.26 x 0.26Q 2.6 x 2.5 mm, 0.10 x 0.10 in.) 0416' x 16' (0.26 x 0.26Q2.6 x 2.5 mm, 0.10 x 0.10 in.) 0 01' 16' (0.16 0.26 , 1.6 2.5 mm, 0.06 0.10 in.) -1 27' 30' (-1.45 0.5 ) -1 26' 30' (-1.43 0.5 ) 30' (0.5 ) or less _SERVICE SPECIFICATIONS - REAR SUSPENSION_ _SERVICE SPECIFICATIONS - REAR SUSPENSION_ Parking brake cabke bracket set bolt Skid control sensor wire harness bracket set bolt (A)

Remove Brake Master Cylinder

(a) Hold the master cylinder in the vise with the 2 aluminum plates in between. (c) Push in the piston and remove the snap ring with snap ring pliers. (d) Push in the piston and remove the piston stopper bolt and gasket. (e) Remove the No.1 piston sub-assy by hand, pulling straight out not at an angle.

Remove Clutch Master Cylinder

(a) Using a pin punch and a hammer, drive out the slotted spring pin. (b) Remove the inlet union and grommet. (c) Loosen the lock nut, and remove the clevis. (d) Remove the lock nut from the push rod. (e) Remove the boot from the cylinder body. (f) While pushing the push rod, using snap ring pliers, remove the snap ring. (g) Remove the push rod from the cylinder body. NOTICE

Remove Gear Shift Fork Shaft Subassy No

(a) Using 2 screwdrivers and a hammer, tap out the snap rings. Using a waste to prevent the snap ring from being scattered. (b) Remove the gear shift fork lock bolt and gear shift fork shaft sub-assy No.1 from the gear shift fork No.1. (c) Remove the gear shift fork No.1.

Remove Transmission Clutch Hub No

(a) Using 2 screwdrivers and a hammer, tap out the snap ring. Using a waste to prevent the snap ring from being scattered. (b) Using SST, remove the transmission clutch hub No.3, 5th gear and synchronizer ring No.3 from the input shaft. SST 09950-40011 (09951-04020, 09952-04010 09953-04030, 09954-04010, 09955-04071 09957-04010), 09950-60010 (09951-00200) (c) Remove the 3 synchromesh shifting keys and 2 synchro-mesh shifting key springs from the transmission clutch hub No.3.

Remove Transmission Valve Body Assy

(a) Disconnect the 4 solenoid connecters. (b) Remove the bolt and manual detent spring. (d) While disconnecting the manual valve connecting rod from the manual valve lever, remove the valve body with the manual valve together. Line Pressure Control Solenoid Assy (SLT) (e) Remove the 2 bolts and 3 solenoid valves. (f) Remove the 3 O-rings from each of the solenoid valves. (g) Remove the bolt, lock plate and line pressure control valve. 6. INSTALL TRANSMISSION VALVE BODY ASSY (a) Coat 3 new...

Replacement

DISCONNECT BATTERY NEGATIVE TERMINAL 3. PLACE FRONT WHEELS FACING STRAIGHT AHEAD 4. REMOVE HORN BUTTON ASSY (See page 60-13) SST 09950-50013 (09951-05010, 09952-05010, 09953-05020, 09954-05021) 6. REMOVE STEERING COLUMN COVER (See page 50-8) 7. REMOVE CONSOLE PANEL UPPER (See page 71-10) 8. REMOVE PARKING BRAKE HOLE COVER SUB-ASSY (See page 71-10) 9. REMOVE CONSOLE BOX CARPET (See page 71-10) 10. REMOVE CONSOLE BOX SUB-ASSY REAR (See page 71-10) 11. REMOVE FLOOR SHIFT PARKING LOCK CABLE ASSY...

Seat Belt

Front shoulder belt anchor adjuster assy x Body Front seat outer belt assy (Upper part of retractor) x Body Front seat outer belt assy (Lower part of retractor) x Body Front seat outer belt shoulder anchor x Body Front seat outer belt floor anchor x Body Front seat inner belt assy x Front seat Child restraint seat anchor bracket sub-assy x Body Rear seat inner w center belt assy LH x Body Rear seat inner w center belt assy RH x Body Rear seat belt assembly outer center x Body Rear seat belt...

Some fluid will remain in the oil pan Remove all pan bolts and carefully remove the oil pan assembly Discard the gasket

(b) Remove the 2 magnets from oil pan. (1) Remove the magnets and use them to collect any steel chips. Look carefully at the chips and particles in the pan and the magnet to anticipate what type of wear you will find in the transaxle. Steel (magnetic) bearing, gear and plate wear Brass (non-magnetic) bearing wear

Ssm

PREPARATION - STARTING & CHARGING 09286-46011 Injection Pump Spline Shaft 09820-63010 Alternator Pulley Set Nut Wrench (09820-06010) Alternator Rotor Shaft Wrench (09820-06020) Alternator Pulley Set Nut 22 mm 09011-12291 Socket Wrench for 29 mm . 09082-00040 TOYOTA Electrical Tester STARTING SYSTEM STARTER ASSY GENERATOR ASSY STARTING SYSTEM(April, 2003) STARTER ASSY(April, 2003) STARTING SYSTEM GENERATOR ASSY STARTING SYSTEM(April, 2003) STARTER ASSY(April, 2003)

Sst

09670-00010 Front Crossmember Guide Tool FRONT SUSPENSION ARM SUB-ASSY LOWER NO.1 LH STABILIZER BAR FRONT 09727-30021 Coil Spring Compressor FRONT SHOCK ABSORBER WITH COIL SPRING 09729-22031 Front Spring Upper Seat Holder FRONT SHOCK ABSORBER WITH COIL SPRING 09930-00010 Drive Shaft Nut Chisel

Standard Bolt

_SERVICE SPECIFICATIONS - STANDARD BOLT_ _SERVICE SPECIFICATIONS - STANDARD BOLT_ * Nut with 1 or more marks on one side surface of the nut. Use the nut with the same number of the nut strength classification or the greater than the bolt strength classification number when tightening parts with a bolt and nut. Example Bolt 4T

Starting Charging

14.2 to 14.4 mm (0.559 to 0.567 in.) _SERVICE SPECIFICATIONS - STARTING & CHARGING_ _SERVICE SPECIFICATIONS - STARTING & CHARGING_ Lead wire x Repair service starter kit Commutator end frame x Starter drive housing assy Repair service starter kit x Starter drive housing assy Rectifire end frame x Drive end frame (See page 19-18) Recrifire holder x Coil lead on rectifire end frame Voitage regulator x Rectifire end frame Terminal insulator x Rectifire holder

Steering Off Center Repair Procedure

(a) Inspect steering wheel off center. (1) Apply masking tape on the top center of the steering wheel and steering column upper cover. (2) Driving the vehicle on a straight line for 100 meters at a constant speed of 35 mph (56 km h), and hold the steering wheel to maintain the course. (3) Draw a line on the masking tape as shown in the illustration. (4) Turn the steering wheel to its straight position. Refer to the upper surface of the steering wheel, steering spoke and SRS airbag line for the...

Torque Nm kgfcm ftlbf

(b) Using SST, connect the 6 brake tubes to the correct position of brake actuator, as shown in the illustration. SST 09023-00100 Torque 15.2 Nm (155 kgfcm, 11 ftlbf) (c) Connect the brake actuator connector. 8. INSTALL FRONT FENDER LINER RH Torque 103 Nm (1,050 kgfcm, 76 ftlbf) 10. FILL RESERVOIR WITH BRAKE FLUID 11. BLEED MASTER CYLINDER (See page 32-4) SST 09023-00100 12. BLEED BRAKE LINE (See page 32-4) 13. CHECK FLUID LEVEL IN RESERVOIR 15. CHECK BRAKE ACTUATOR WITH HAND-HELD TESTER (See...

Torque Nm kgfcm inlbf

(d) Install the control cable to the shift lever plate. AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION TRANS - FLOOR SHIFT CABLE TRANSMISSION CONTROL (e) Install the cable end to the rod of the floor shift assy. HINT Install it with the uneven surface facing upward. (f) Install the control cable and 2 nuts. Torque 12 Nm (122 kgfcm, 9 ftlbf) (g) Connect the control cable to the control cable support. (h) Temporarily install the control cable to the control shaft lever with the nut. (i) Install the control cable and...

Torque Specification

Brake pedal support sub-assy x Brake pedal sub-assy Brake master cylinder x Piston stopper bolt Brake master cylinder x Brake booster Cruise control actuator bracket x Body Front brake cylinder mounting x Steering knuckle Front brake cylinder x Front brake cylinder mounting Front disc brake caliper x Flexible hose Rear drum brake wheel cylinder x Backing plate Brake actuator assy x Actuator bracket Front speed sensor x Steering knuckle Front speed sensor wire harness clamp x Shock absorber...

Wheel And Tire System Inspection

(a) Check the tires for wear and proper inflation pressure. Cold tire inflation pressure (a) Check the tires for wear and proper inflation pressure. Cold tire inflation pressure P185 65R15 86S P195 65R15 89S P195 65R15 89H (b) Using a dial indicator, check the tire runout. Tire runout 3.0 mm (0.118 in.) or less See the illustration for where to rotate each tire when you include the spare tire in the rotation and when you do not.

Echeck

Starting Diagnosis Mode (Service Check Mode) (1) Turn off the audio system and turn the IG switch to ACC. While pressing the preset switches 1 and 6 at the same time, press CD 3 times. Beep sound is given 3 times and the system enters the service check mode. It may take about 40 sec. to complete the check. In the service check mode, the system check and the diagnosis memory check are performed, and the check results are displayed in ascending order of the device codes. (physical address)...

A Identify the condition under which the noise occurs and check the noise filter on the related part

Depressing the acceleration pedal increases noise, and stopping the engine erases the noise immediately. Noise occurs during the A C or the heater operation. Rapid acceleration during driving on the unpaved road or after the IG switch is turned ON makes noise. Pressing and then releasing the horn switch, and keeping pressing the horn switch makes unusual noise. Stopping the engine erases small noise that has been heard. Noise occurs synchronously with the turn signal flash. Noise occurs during...

Press the TUNE switch to display System Check Result SyS and Diagnosis Memory Response COdE

Continue to display detail information when more than one DTC is detected. Detail information of the second code is displayed Continue to display detail information when more than one DTC is detected. Continue to display detail information when more than one DTC is detected. The illustration shows the case that the component with code 190 has DTC 47 and DC as a result of the system check and the diagnosis memory response. The detail information mode shows the system check result first, then the...

Adjust Front Differential Side Gear Backlash

(a) Fixing the front differential pinion to the front differential case side. Using a dial indicator, measure the front differential side gear backlash. Standard backlash 0.05 - 0.20 mm (0.0020 - 0.0079 in.) If the backlash is out of specification, replace the side gear thrust washer. Thrust washer thickness Because the thrust washer does not have any identification mark, measure the front thickness with a micrometer to select a proper thrust washer. Select washers that has the same thickness...

Circuit Inspection

How to read and use each page is shown below. The major role and, operation of the circuit and its component parts are explained. Diagnostic Trouble Code No. and Detection Item Inspection Procedures Use the inspection procedures to determine if the circuit is normal or abnormal. If it is abnormal, use it to determine whether the problem is located in the sensors, actuators, wire harness or ECU. Indicates the diagnostic trouble codes, diagnostic trouble code settings and suspect areas for a The...

Install Stabilizer Bar Rear

(a) Install the 2 bolts, nuts and stabilizer bar. Torque 195 Nm (1,990 kgfcm, 144 ftlbf) Install the stabilizer bar so that the mark is positioned onthe rear right side of the vehicle. Use the table below to help you find the cause of the problem. The numbers indicate the priority of the likely cause of the problem. Check each part in order. If necessary, replace these parts. 1. Tire (Worn or improperly inflated) 1. Tire (Worn or improperly inflated) 2. Stabilizer bar (Bent or broken) 1. Tire...

Diagnostic Trouble Code Chart

Three-digit code (shown in hexadecimal) which is given to each component comprising the AVC-LAN. Corresponding to the function, individual symbols are specified. Two-digit code (shown in hexadecimal) which is given to each function comprising the inner system of the AVC-LAN. 1. RADIO RECEIVER ASSY (Physical address 190) *1 Even if no failure is detected, it may be stored depending on the battery condition or voltage for starting an engine. *2 It is stored when 180 sec. has passed after the...

Remove Transverse Engine Engine Mounting Bracket

Bracket Engine Mounting Insulator

Remove the bolt and engine mounting insulator RR from the engine mounting bracket RR. Remove the 3 bolts and engine mounting bracket RR from the transaxle. 34. INSTALL TRANSVERSE ENGINE ENGINE MOUNTING BRACKET (a) Install the engine mounting bracket RR and 3 bolts to the transaxle. (b) Install the engine mounting insulator RR and bolt to the engine mounting bracket RR. 35. INSTALL TRANSVERSE ENGINE ENGINE MOUNTING BRACKET (a) Install the engine mounting bracket FR and 2 bolts to the transaxle....

Dtc Checkclear

When the diagnostic system is switched from the normal mode to the check mode, all the DTCs and freeze frame data recorded in the normal mode will be erased. So before switching modes, always check the DTCs and freeze frame data, and note them down. (a) Checking DTCs using the OBD II scan tool or hand-held tester. Connect the OBD II scan tool or hand-held tester to DLC3. Turn the ignition switch to the ON position. Use the OBD II scan tool or hand-held tester to check the DTCs and freeze frame...

Description

The radio wave bands used in radio broadcasting are as follows LF Low Frequency MF Medium Frequency HF High Frequency VHF Very High Frequency (a) There are great differences in the size of the service area for AM and FM broadcasting. Sometimes FM stereo broadcast cannot be received even through AM can be received very clearly. Not only does FM stereo have the smallest service area, but it also picks up static and other types of interference (noise) easily. Besides the problem of static, there...

Symptom Confirmation And Diagnostic Trouble Code

0 The diagnostic system in COROLLA has various functions. The first function is the Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) Check, in which a malfunction in the signal circuits to the ECU is stored in code form in the ECU memory. Another function is the Input Signal Check, which checks if the signals from various switches are sent to the ECU correctly. By using these check functions, it is possible to quickly narrow down potential problem areas and troubleshooting can be performed effectively. The...

Install Repair Service Starter

(a) Apply grease to the plunger and hook. (b) Hang the plunger hook of the repair service starter kit to the starter drive lever set pin. (c) Install the plunger and return spring. (d) Install the repair service starter kit with the 2 screws. Torque 7.5 Nm (76 kgfcm, 66 in.lbf) (e) Connect the lead wire to terminal C with the nut. Torque 10 Nm (102 kgfcm, 7 ftlbf)