NOTE During testing if DTCs other than DTC B are displayed disregard them

See DISABLING SYSTEM under DISABLING & ACTIVATING AIR BAG SYSTEM. 2. Release shorting spring on air bag sensor assembly connector A20. See RELEASING SHORTING SPRING under DIAGNOSTICS. Measure resistance between Yellow-Red wire (circuit P+) and Yellow-Green wire (circuit P-) on air bag sensor assembly side of passenger-side air bag module harness connector. See WIRING DIAGRAMS . If resistance is more than one megohm, go to next step. If resistance is less than one...

Air Bag Warning Light Is Illuminated With Ignition

AIR BAG warning light is located in instrument cluster. When air bag system is normal, AIR BAG warning light illuminates for about 6 seconds after ignition switch is turned from LOCK to ON position, and turns off automatically. If a malfunction is present in air bag system, AIR BAG warning light illuminates to inform operator of malfunction. When Data Link Connector 3 (DLC3) terminals Tc and CG are connected together, a Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) is displayed by flashing of AIR BAG warning...

Activating System

Turn ignition switch to LOCK position. Reconnect negative battery cable. See SYSTEM OPERATION CHECK . Turn ignition switch to LOCK position. Disconnect and shield negative battery cable. Wait at least 90 seconds. Reconnect passenger-side air bag connector. Install driver-side air bag module. Reconnect right and left front air bag sensors. Reconnect right and left seat belt pretensioner connectors. Reconnect head impact air bag module connectors. Reconnect right and left head impact-side air bag...

And note locations Arrange parts in order for reassembly reference

Remove detent spring and manual valve from valve body assembly. Remove solenoids and lock plate (if applicable), oil strainer and pressure relief valve. Remove lower valve body-to-upper valve body bolts. Note bolt length and location. Separate upper valve body and valve body plate from lower valve body. See Fig. 49 or Fig. 50 . Fig. 49 Exploded View Of A340 Series Control Valve Assembly (Except Sequoia & Tundra V8) Courtesy of TOYOTA MOTOR SALES, U.S.A. INC. Fig. 49 Exploded View Of A340...

Axle Assembly Specifications

AXLE ASSEMBLY SPECIFICATIONS (SEQUOIA) AXLE ASSEMBLY SPECIFICATIONS (SEQUOIA) (1) This check made at start of disassembly process. (2) Add this amount to drive pinion rotating torque to obtain total preload. (3) These checks made during reassembly process as specified. AXLE ASSEMBLY SPECIFICATIONS (TACOMA) AXLE ASSEMBLY SPECIFICATIONS (TACOMA) With Electronic Locking Differential Without Electronic Locking Differential With Electronic Locking Differential 2001 DRIVE AXLES Differentials &...

Buzzers Relays Timers

BUZZERS, RELAYS & TIMERS LOCATION Behind lower center of dash. See Fig. 3 . Behind left center of dash. See Fig. 4 . Behind left end of dash, beside instrument panel J B. See Fig. 3 . Behind left end of dash, below instrument panel J B. See Fig. 3 . On left side of cargo area, behind trim panel. See Fig. 5 . Behind left end of dash, below instrument panel J B. See Fig. 3 . Behind left end of dash. See Fig. 3 . On left front of engine compartment, behind headlight. See Fig. 2 .

Caution Be careful not to grip the drive shaft tube too tightly in a vise as this will cause deformation

Using a dial indicator, check the runout of the intermediate and drive shafts. The maximum runout is 0.031 in. (0.8 mm). If the shaft runout is greater than the maximum, replace the shaft. 2. Inspect the spider bearing for wear or damage. 3. Using a dial indicator, check the spider bearing axial play by turning the yoke of the flange while holding the shaft tightly. The maximum bearing axial play is 0.0020 in. (0.05 mm). If the spider bearing axial play exceeds the maximum, replace the spider...

Caution Clutch disc should be soaked in ATF for minutes prior to installation

To complete reassembly, reverse disassembly procedure. Ensure piston return spring snap ring is fully seated and ends do not align with claw area on spring retainer of piston return spring. 2. Install cushion plate with rounded end toward inside of clutch drum. Install plates and discs, starting with a plate. Install appropriate number of plates and discs. See Fig. 37. 3. Install flange with rounded edge toward disc. Install snap ring. Ensure end gap of snap ring is not...

Caution Do Not allow reservoir to run dry during brake bleeding procedure Use only clean brake fluid Ensure no dirt or

If master cylinder is rebuilt or reservoir is empty, bleed master cylinder first. Bleed wheels in sequence. Start on wheel with longest hydraulic line, and work toward wheel with shortest hydraulic line. 2. Raise and support vehicle. Ensure brake fluid reservoir is at least half full during bleeding procedure. Connect one end of transparent vinyl tube to bleeder screw. Submerge other end of tube in a container half filled with clean brake fluid. 3. Have an assistant depress brake pedal several...

Caution Do Not tighten ring gear bolts to specification until ring gear has cooled

Once ring gear has cooled, install and tighten ring gear bolts in a crisscross pattern to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS . Bend lock tabs over bolts. 8. Using a press, install NEW race for front bearing into differential carrier (if removed). Install NEW adjusting washer in differential carrier, below race for rear bearing (if removed). Ensure adjusting washer is same thickness as adjusting washer that was removed. 9. Using a press, install NEW race for rear bearing into differential...

Circuit

VSC OFF (TRAC OFF) indicator light circuit_ BRAKE warning light circuit SLIP indicator light circuit b. In case of not using TOYOTA hand-held tester Check the DTC of skid control ECU. 1. Using SST, connect terminals Tc and CG of DLC3. SST 09843-18040 2. Turn the ignition switch ON. 3. Read the DTC from the ABS warning light and VSC TRAC warning light on the combination meter.

Coat all parts with ATF prior to installation Coat thrust bearings and races with petroleum jelly prior to installation

Position planetary gear with input shaft pointing upward. Install thrust washer in planetary gear with grooved side facing upward. Install one-way clutch into outer race with flanged side facing upward. See Fig. 32. 2. Install one-way clutch assembly on planetary gear. Install retaining plate and snap ring. Install race on back of planetary gear. Race tabs must be engaged in planetary gear. See Fig. 33. 3. Install ring gear flange and snap ring. Install thrust bearing and race in planetary ring...

Courtesy of Toyota Motor Sales Usa Inc

Before proceeding, see AIR BAG SAFETY PRECAUTIONS . Disable air bag system. See DISABLING SYSTEM under DISABLING & ACTIVATING AIR BAG SYSTEM. Remove appropriate side air bag. See SIDE AIR BAG MODULE under REMOVAL & INSTALLATION. Install 2001 ACCESSORIES SAFETY EQUIPMENT Toyota - Air Bag Restraint Systems nut on each stud located on rear side of air bag module. Wrap strong wire at least twice around each stud. See Fig. 10 . Ensure no slack is present in wire. 2. Position side air bag...

Description

On RAV4 and Sequoia models, axle shafts transfer power from transaxle to front wheels (FWD), or front and rear wheels (AWD). MR2 is a mid-engine, RWD design. Axle shafts transfer power from transaxle to rear wheels. On Highlander, axle shafts transfer power from transfer case to front wheels when transfer case is engaged. Axle shaft consists of axle shaft with flexible Constant Velocity (CV) joint at each end. On RAV4 and Sequoia, front inner CV joint is splined to transaxle. On RAV4, rear...

Description Operation

NOTE This article also applies to Lexus LX470. For Lexus LX470, refer to Land Cruiser, unless otherwise indicated. The generator is a small, high RPM, high performance type with an internal Integrated Circuit (IC) voltage regulator which controls charging system voltage. A transistor inside IC regulator controls generator voltage output to maintain a constant voltage. Charging system voltage is maintained within an operating range of 13.215.1 volts. When ignition is turned on, battery voltage...

Diagnostic Tests

WARNING Unintentional air bag module deployment is possible. Failure to follow service precautions may result in air bag deployment and personal injury. Read and carefully follow all WARNINGS and AIR BAG SAFETY PRECAUTIONS before working on air bag system component or related 2001 ACCESSORIES SAFETY EQUIPMENT Toyota - Air Bag Restraint Systems components. See AIR BAG SAFETY PRECAUTIONS . After component replacement, check system operation. See SYSTEM OPERATION CHECK . CAUTION Damage to air bag...

Direct Clutch

Remove direct clutch drum from forward clutch assembly. Remove thrust washer from inside of clutch drum. Remove snap ring from clutch drum. Remove flange, discs and plates. Note number and location of components. See Fig. 34. 2001-05 AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS A340E & A340F Overhaul 2. Using appropriate compressor, compress piston return spring and remove snap ring or oil seal ring. Place clutch drum on overdrive support and carefully apply air pressure to piston supply port and remove clutch...

Dtc B Open In Leftside Head Impact Air Bag Module Squib Circuit

The left-side head impact air bag module squib circuit consists of the air bag sensor assembly and left-side head impact air bag module. The squib circuit causes the left-side head impact air bag module to deploy when deployment conditions are satisfied. DTC 88-B1166 could be caused by an open in Yellow-Violet (circuit ICL+) and Yellow-Orange (circuit ICL-) wires in left-side head impact air bag module squib circuit, left-side head impact air bag module squib malfunction or air bag sensor...

Dtc B Open In Passengerside Air Bag Module Squib Circuit

The passenger-side air bag squib circuit consists of the air bag sensor assembly and passenger-side air bag module. The squib circuit causes the passenger-side air bag to deploy when deployment conditions are satisfied. DTC 54-B0106 could be caused by an open in Yellow-Red (circuit P+) and Yellow-Green (circuit P-) wires in passenger-side air bag squib circuit, passenger-side air bag squib malfunction or air bag sensor assembly malfunction.

Dtc B Right Head Impactside Air Bag Sensor Assembly Malfunction

The head impact-side air bag sensor assembly consists of a safing sensor, diagnosis circuit and lateral deceleration sensor. The head impact-side air bag sensor assembly receives signals from lateral deceleration sensor, judges whether or not the air bag must be deployed and detects diagnosis system malfunction. DTC 32-B1140 could be caused by a right head impact-side air bag sensor assembly malfunction. 2001 ACCESSORIES SAFETY EQUIPMENT Toyota - Air Bag Restraint Systems

Dtc B Short In Driverside Air Bag Module Squib Circuit

The driver-side air bag squib circuit consists of the air bag sensor assembly, spiral cable and driver-side air bag module. The squib causes driver-side air bag to deploy when all deployment conditions are satisfied. DTC 13-B0100 could be caused by a short between D+ (Yellow-Black wire) and D- (Yellow wire) in squib circuit, squib malfunction, spiral cable malfunction or air bag sensor assembly malfunction. 2001 ACCESSORIES SAFETY EQUIPMENT Toyota - Air Bag Restraint Systems

Dtc B Short In Passengerside Air Bag Module Squib Circuit

The passenger-side air bag squib circuit consists of the air bag sensor assembly and passenger-side air bag module. The squib circuit causes the passenger-side air bag to deploy when deployment conditions are satisfied. DTC 53-B0105 could be caused by a short in Yellow-Red (circuit P+) and Yellow-Green (circuit P-) wires in passenger-side air bag squib circuit, passenger-side air bag squib malfunction or air bag sensor assembly malfunction.

Dtc B Short In Rightside Head Impact Air Bag Module Squib Circuit Description

The right-side head impact air bag module squib circuit consists of the air bag sensor assembly and right-side head impact air bag module. The squib circuit causes the right-side head impact air bag module to deploy when deployment conditions are satisfied. DTC 83-B1160 could be caused by a short between Yellow-Violet (circuit ICR+) and Yellow-Orange (circuit ICR-) wires in right-side head impact air bag module squib circuit, right-side head impact air bag module squib malfunction or air bag...

Dtc B Short To Battery In Leftside Head Impact Air Bag Module Squib Circuit

The left-side head impact air bag module squib circuit consists of the air bag sensor assembly and left-side head impact air bag module. The squib circuit causes the left-side head impact air bag module to deploy when deployment conditions are satisfied. DTC 86-B1168 could be caused by a short to battery in Yellow-Violet (circuit ICL+) and Yellow-Orange (circuit ICL-) wires in left-side head impact air bag module squib circuit, left-side head impact air bag module squib malfunction or air bag...

Dtc B Short To Battery In Passengerside Air Bag Module Squib Circuit

The passenger-side air bag squib circuit consists of the air bag sensor assembly and passenger-side air bag module. The squib circuit causes the passenger-side air bag to deploy when deployment conditions are satisfied. DTC 52-B0108 could be caused by a short to battery in Yellow-Red (circuit P+) and Yellow-Green (circuit P-) wires in passenger-side air bag squib circuit, passenger-side air bag squib malfunction or air bag sensor assembly malfunction.

Dtc B Short To Battery In Rightside Head Impact Air Bag Module Squib Circuit

The right-side head impact air bag module squib circuit consists of the air bag sensor assembly and right-side head impact air bag module. The squib circuit causes the right-side head impact air bag module to deploy when deployment conditions are satisfied. DTC 82-B1163 could be caused by a short to battery in Yellow-Violet (circuit ICR+) and Yellow-Orange (circuit ICR-) wires in right-side head impact air bag module squib circuit, right-side head impact air bag module squib malfunction or air...

Dtc B Short To Ground In Leftside Head Impact Air Bag Module Squib Circuit

The left-side head impact air bag module squib circuit consists of the air bag sensor assembly and left-side head impact air bag module. The squib circuit causes the left-side head impact air bag module to deploy when deployment conditions are satisfied. 2001 ACCESSORIES SAFETY EQUIPMENT Toyota - Air Bag Restraint Systems DTC 85-B1167 could be caused by a short to ground in Yellow-Violet (circuit ICL+) and Yellow-Orange (circuit ICL-) wires in left-side head impact air bag module squib circuit,...

Dtc B Short To Ground In Passengerside Air Bag Module Squib Circuit

The passenger-side air bag squib circuit consists of the air bag sensor assembly and passenger-side air bag module. The squib circuit causes the passenger-side air bag to deploy when deployment conditions are satisfied. DTC 51-B0107 could be caused by a short to ground in Yellow-Red (circuit P+) and Yellow-Green (circuit P-) wires in passenger-side air bag squib circuit, passenger-side air bag squib malfunction or air bag sensor assembly malfunction.

Dtc B Short To Ground In Rightside Head Impact Air Bag Module Squib Circuit

The right-side head impact air bag module squib circuit consists of the air bag sensor assembly and right-side head impact air bag module. The squib circuit causes the right-side head impact air bag module to deploy when deployment conditions are satisfied. DTC 81-B1162 could be caused by a short to ground in Yellow-Violet (circuit ICR+) and Yellow-Orange (circuit ICR-) wires in right-side head impact air bag module squib circuit, right-side head impact air bag module squib malfunction or air...

Front Brake Caliper

Removal & Installation (All Models) 1. Raise vehicle and remove wheels. Disconnect flexible brake hose from caliper. Plug hose to prevent fluid spillage. Remove caliper mounting bolts or slide pins as necessary. 2. On models with fixed main pin, pivot caliper up to clear edge of disc. Slide caliper off main pin. On all other models, remove caliper from knuckle or torque plate. To install, reverse removal procedure. On units with fixed main pin, install boot end in groove of main pin.

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Fig. 23 Compressing 1st & Reverse Brake Return Spring Courtesy of TOYOTA MOTOR SALES, U.S.A., INC. 2001-05 AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS A340E & A340F Overhaul Courtesy of TOYOTA MOTOR SALES, U.S.A., INC. Courtesy of TOYOTA MOTOR SALES, U.S.A., INC. 2001-05 AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS A340E & A340F Overhaul Courtesy of TOYOTA MOTOR SALES, U.S.A., INC. Courtesy of TOYOTA MOTOR SALES, U.S.A., INC.

Input Devices

Vehicles are equipped with different combinations of input devices. Not all devices are used on all models. Available input signals include the following Accelerator Pedal Position Sensor (Land Cruiser, 2001 MR2 With Sequential Manual Transaxle, Sequoia, Tundra 4.7L 2001 ENGINE PERFORMANCE Theory & Operation Accelerator pedal position sensor is used with Electronic Throttle Control System (ETCS) for controlling of throttle operation. See ELECTRONIC THROTTLE CONTROL SYSTEM under AIR INDUCTION...

No Shackle Length Specifications

If pressures cannot be adjusted to specification, check valve housing. Position valve body in uppermost position. Apply brakes and record rear brake pressures. See VALVE BODY ADJUSTMENT PRESSURE SPECIFICATIONS (TACOMA & TUNDRA) table. If measured value does not meet specification, replace valve assembly.

Noise

Check for worn or stuck spider bearing. VIBRATION Check runout of transmission extension housing rear bushing. Check for stuck sleeve yoke spline. Check the propeller shaft for damage or dents that could affect balance. Remove any undercoating adhering to shaft. Check for index marks on yoke and companion flange. If marks are not aligned, disconnect shaft and align index marks so they are as close as possible. Check for missing balance weight(s) or improperly...

Noload Test

Disconnect battery-to-generator terminal B wire. See Fig. 2 . Using an ammeter and voltmeter, connect negative ammeter lead to disconnected generator terminal B wire end, and connect positive ammeter lead to generator terminal B. 2. Connect voltmeter positive lead to generator terminal B and negative lead to ground. See Fig. 2 . Start engine and increase engine speed to 2000 RPM. Both meters should read within specification. See GENERATOR REGULATED OUTPUT SPECIFICATIONS table. If voltage is...

NOTE Backlash will change about mm for every mm change in plate washer thickness

Once correct gear backlash is obtained, tighten bearing cap bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS . Recheck ring gear backlash. 38. On all models, using an INCH-lb. torque wrench installed on drive pinion nut, measure total assembled preload required to rotate drive pinion and ring gear. Total assembled preload should be within specification. See AXLE ASSEMBLY SPECIFICATIONS . 39. Check gear tooth contact pattern. See GEAR TOOTH CONTACT PATTERNS article in GENERAL INFORMATION....

NOTE Be careful not to apply too much grease

Apply MP grease to new spider and bearings. 2. Align the matchmarks on the yoke and shaft. 3. Fit the spider into the yoke. 4. Using the Universal Joint Bearing Remover & Replacer (09332-25010), install the bearing on the spider. 5. Using the Universal Joint Bearing Remover & Replacer (09332-25010), adjust both bearings so that the snap ring grooves are at maximum and equal in width. 6. Install 2 new snap rings of equal thickness which will allow 0-0.0020 (0-0.05 mm) axial play. See SNAP...

NOTE Distributorless ignition system may also be referred to as Electronic Spark Advance ESA system

Avalon, Highlander 3.0L V6 & Sienna Distributorless Ignition System (DIS) uses Engine Control Module (ECM) for determining ignition timing (spark advance). ECM may determine ignition timing (spark advance) based on various input signals, engine RPM and knock sensor input signals. Conventional distributor and pick-up coil have been replaced by 2 Camshaft Position (CMP) sensors and Crankshaft Position (CKP) sensor. CMP sensors may also be referred to as Variable Valve Timing (VVT) sensors. CMP...

NOTE Ensure brake pedal remains depressed until bleeder screw is tightened

Refill brake fluid reservoir as necessary. Repeat step 3 until air is no longer discharged. On RAV4, 2001 BRAKES Disc & Drum - Trucks & Vans tighten front bleeder screw to 70 INCH lbs (8.0 N.m), and tighten rear bleeder screw to 74 INCH lbs. (8.3 N.m). On Highlander and Sienna, tighten front bleeder screw to 74 INCH lbs. (8.3 N.m.) and rear bleeder screw to 75 INCH lbs. (8.5 N.m). Tighten bleeder screw to 97 INCH lbs. (11 N.m) on Land Cruiser, Sequoia, Tacoma, Tundra & 4Runner. Ensure...

NOTE For Highlander and RAV models see Toyota Awd Rwd Rav article

Axle shafts transfer power from transaxle or differential to driving wheels. All axle shafts consist of a shaft with flexible Constant Velocity (CV) joints at each end. Inner CV joint is bolted or splined to transaxle or differential. Outer CV joint is splined to hub assembly and secured by axle shaft nut. The inner CV joint is a plunging tripod joint. The plunging action allows for axle shaft length change as suspension moves up and down. The inner and outer CV joints are enclosed by a CV...

NOTE If not equipped with adjusting nuts go to step

If equipped, install adjusting nuts on differential carrier in original location. Ensure adjusting nuts are properly threaded into differential carrier. 22. Install side bearing caps in original location with reference marks aligned. Install side bearing cap bolts about 3 revolutions and press side bearing caps downward. 23. If side bearing caps do not seat tightly on differential carrier, adjusting nuts are not properly threaded into differential carrier. Remove adjusting nuts and...

NOTE Note locations of all thrust bearings thrust races and thrust washers for reassembly reference See

Remove wire harness and throttle cable clamp. Remove transmission shaft lever and park neutral position switch. See Fig. 6-Fig. 11 . Remove cooler line side unions. On A340E and A340F models, remove speedometer driven gear or No. 1 and No. 2 speed sensors (if equipped) from extension housing. On A340F models, remove transmission fluid temperature sensor from right side of transmission case. On V8 models, remove OD direct clutch speed sensor. 2. On A340F models, remove breather hose from...

NOTE On Land Cruiser and Runner master cylinder is integral with brake booster assembly

2001 BRAKES Disc & Drum - Trucks & Vans 1. Disconnect fluid level warning switch connector. Remove fluid from master cylinder with syringe. Remove 2 bolts, and move relay box aside. Remove air cleaner housing and hose. 2. Disconnect brake lines and 3-way line connector from master cylinder. If equipped with M T, disconnect clutch reservoir hose. On all models, remove 2 bolts and master cylinder. 3. Prior to installation, adjust length of brake booster push rod if necessary. See POWER...

NOTE Voltage between terminals VCM and E V

Master cylinder pressure sensor No. 2 CHECK 2001 BRAKES ABS With EBD & Trac & VSC System - Diagnostics - Sequoia Start the engine and depress the brake pedal, then check the relation between the fluid pressure and voltage of PMC2 and E2 terminals of the master cylinder pressure sensor No. 2 with connector still connected. Fig. 74 Checking Master Cylinder Pressure Sensor No. 2 OK Fig. 74 Checking Master Cylinder Pressure Sensor No. 2 OK FRONT BRAKE CALIPER FLUID PRESSURE SPECIFICATION...

Od Brake Piston Stroke Specifications

Remove OD brake clutch pack flanges, plates and discs. Note number and location of all components. Place reference mark on 2nd coast brake piston rod. Apply 57-114 psi (4.8 kg cm2 ) of air at opening of transmission case. Using wire gauge, measure clearance between reference mark and case. See Fig. 18 and Fig. 19 . 2nd coast brake piston stroke should be .059-.118 (1.50-3.00 mm). If stroke is not within specification, inspect brake band. 9. Remove 2nd coast brake cover snap...

Oil Pump

Place oil pump on torque converter while working on pump. Remove seal rings from rear of oil pump. Remove bolts from rear of pump assembly. Remove stator shaft from pump housing. See Fig. 26. Place reference mark on drive and driven gears for reassembly reference and remove from pump housing. If oil seal requires replacement, pry seal from housing with a screwdriver. 1. Clean all components in solvent. Dry with compressed air. Inspect contact surfaces between housing and driven gear for wear....

Parking Brake Lever Stroke Specifications

On Land Cruiser, loosen lock nut, and rotate turnbuckle until lever travel is correct. Tighten lock nut. 3. On RAV4, remove rear console box. Loosen lock nut and turn adjusting nut until lever travel is correct. Tighten lock nut. Install rear console box. 4. On Highlander and Sienna, release parking brake pedal. Loosen lock nut. Hold equalizer and turn adjusting nut until pedal travel is correct. 5. On Tacoma 2WD, tighten adjusting nut until travel is correct. Tighten lock nut. Confirm that...

Power Brake Unit Except Land Cruiser Runner

Depress brake pedal several times with engine off. There should be no change in pedal reserve distance. Depress brake pedal and start engine. If pedal goes down slightly, operation is normal. 1. Start engine and run for 1-2 minutes, then turn engine off. Depress brake pedal several times slowly. If pedal goes down farthest on first time, but gradually rises after second or third time, power brake unit is airtight. 2. With engine stopped, depress brake pedal several times using normal pressure....

Propeller Shaft Removal

Place matchmarks on the differential and propeller shaft flanges. 2. Remove the 4 nuts, washers and 4 stud bolts. 3. Pull out the propeller shaft yoke from the transmission. 4. Insert the Transmission Oil Plug (09325-40010) in the transmission to prevent oil leakage. Installation 1. Remove the transmission oil plug from the transmission. 2. Insert the yoke into the transmission. 3. Align the matchmarks on the flanges and connect the flanges with the 4 bolts, washers and nuts. 4. Tighten nuts to...

Rear Brake Drum

Raise and support vehicle. Remove wheel. Remove set screws from brake drum (if equipped). Pull drum from axle flange. It may be necessary to loosen brake shoe adjuster before removing drum. Measure inside diameter of brake drum and diameter of brake shoes. Turn brake adjuster until difference between diameters is .024 (.60 mm) for RAV4 and Tacoma, or .020 (.50 mm) for Sienna, Tundra and 4Runner. Install brake drum and adjust brakes, if necessary.

Rear Drive Axles

Install nuts onto ends of axle bearing retainer serration bolts. Use a hammer to remove serration bolts from backing plate. Remove nuts and bolts. 2. Grind retainer and ABS sensor rotor surfaces, and pry out with hammer and chisel (if equipped). Remove snap ring from axle shaft. 3. Install washers and nuts onto backing plate serration bolts. Tighten nuts to install serration bolts to backing plate. Remove nuts and washers. 4. Install Rear Axle Shaft Puller (09521-25011) on backing plate with...

Removal Installation

Place matchmarks on the differential and drive shaft flanges. 2. Remove the 4 nuts, washers and bolts, and disconnect the drive shaft from the differential. 3. Suspend the front side of the drive shaft. 4. Place matchmarks on the transfer and drive shaft flanges. 5. Remove the 4 nuts and washers. 6. Remove the drive shaft from the transfer case. 1. Align the matchmarks on the drive shaft flanges and differential, and connect the flanges with 4 bolts, washers and nuts. Torque the bolts. See...

Steering Wheel

Before proceeding, see AIR BAG SAFETY PRECAUTIONS . Ensure front wheels are in straight-ahead position. Turn ignition switch to LOCK position. Disconnect negative battery cable. Wait at least 90 seconds. Remove driver-side air bag module. See DRIVER-SIDE AIR BAG MODULE . 2. Remove steering wheel nut. Place match marks on steering wheel and steering column for reassembly reference. Using appropriate puller, remove steering wheel. 3. To install, reverse removal procedure. Ensure front wheels are...

Terminals Of

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Torque Specifications

Air bag sensor assembly mounting screws Passenger-side air bag module-to-instrument panel reinforcement bolts Seat belt pretensioner (retractor) mounting bolts Driver-side air bag module mounting screws Head impact air bag module mounting bolts Passenger-side air bag module-to-instrument panel bolts

Toyota Sequoia Limited

2001 ENGINE PERFORMANCE Theory & Operation Vacuum Sensor For Hydrocarbon Adsorber Catalyst System (Prius) Vacuum sensor provides input signal to Engine Control Module (ECM). ECM uses input signal for controlling the Hydrocarbon Adsorber Catalyst (HCAC) system. For additional information on HCAC system, see HYDROCARBON ADSORBER CATALYST SYSTEM under EMISSION SYSTEMS & SUB-SYSTEMS. Vacuum sensor is located at passenger's side front corner of the engine. See Fig. 46 .

Transmission Specifications

2001-05 AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS A340E & A340F Overhaul CLUTCH DISC & PLATE QUANTITY (TAC< CLUTCH DISC & PLATE QUANTITY (TAC 2001-05 AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS A340E & A340F Overhaul CLUTCH DISC & PLATE QUANTITY (TUN CLUTCH DISC & PLATE QUANTITY (SEQUOIA & TUNDRA V8 - A3 2001 AXLE SHAFTS 4WD - Front Axle Shafts

Warning When performing any inspection or service procedure on this vehicle ensure following service precautions are

The following service precautions must be followed Ensure ignition is off and ignition key is removed from ignition before performing any inspection or service procedure in engine compartment, as engine may automatically start and shut off when ignition is on and READY light is illuminated. READY light is displayed just above the shift lever position indicator on instrument cluster at center of instrument panel. Read all service and warning labels in engine compartment before performing any...

Will cause deformation

Using a dial indicator, check the runout of the propeller shafts. The maximum runout is 0.031 (1.8 mm) measured at the midpoint of the shaft. If the shaft runout is greater than the maximum, replace the shaft. 2. Inspect the spider bearing for wear or damage. 3. Using a dial indicator, check the spider bearing axial play by turning the yoke of the flange while holding the shaft tightly. The maximum bearing axial play is 0.0020 (0.05 mm). If the spider bearing axial play exceeds the maximum,...

Air Bag Safety Precautions

2001 ACCESSORIES SAFETY EQUIPMENT Toyota - Air Bag Restraint Systems Observe the following precautions when servicing air bag system Disable air bag system before servicing any air bag system or steering column component. Failure to do this could result in accidental air bag deployment and possible personal injury. See DISABLING & ACTIVATING AIR BAG SYSTEM . When diagnosing air bag system, always check for diagnostic codes before disconnecting battery. After turning ignition switch to LOCK...

Sensor Location

2001 ENGINE PERFORMANCE Theory & Operation 2001 ENGINE PERFORMANCE Theory & Operation On Exhaust Manifold, Above Catalytic Converter On Exhaust Manifold, Above Catalytic Two Sensors Are Used & Mounted On Exhaust Manifold, Above Catalytic Two Sensors Are Used & Mounted On Exhaust Manifold, Above Catalytic Tacoma, Tundra 3.4L V6 & 4Runner On Exhaust Pipe, In Front Of Catalytic Airflow Meter (Avalon, Camry 3.0L V6, Camry Solara 3.0L V6, Celica, Corolla, ECHO, Highlander, Land...

Computerized Engine Controls

Where Purge Valve Solenoid 2006 Camry

Engine control system is a computerized emission, ignition and fuel injection control system. Engine control system lowers exhaust emissions while maintaining good fuel economy and driveability. Engine control system consists of various sensors, switches and control units. See Fig. 9 -Fig. 28 . The Engine Control Module (ECM) controls engine control system based on input signals received from various input devices. ECM contains preprogrammed data to maintain optimum engine performance under all...

Miscellaneous

See Fig. 5 . On left rear of engine compartment. See Fig. 1 . Behind lower left side of dash, right of steering column. See At base of right B pillar. See Fig. 5 . At base of left B pillar. See Fig. 5 . On left rear of engine compartment, below master cylinder. Above respective spark plug, on each cylinder head. On right front of engine compartment. See Fig. 2 . Junction Connectors No. 2, 3, 4 & 5 On left side of engine compartment, near engine room J B. Junction...

Overdrive Support Brake

Remove all thrust washers from overdrive support. Using appropriate compressor, compress piston return spring and remove snap ring. Place support on direct clutch assembly. Hold brake piston in a level position. Carefully apply air pressure to piston supply port and remove piston. Remove oil seal rings from rear of support. See Fig. 39. Clean all components with solvent. Dry with compressed air. Inspect components for damage. Measure return spring free length. Free length should be .702 (17.82...

Generator

Removal & Installation (Land Cruiser, LX 470 & Sequoia) 1. Disconnect negative battery cable. Drain engine coolant. Rotate belt tensioner counterclockwise to release tension on belt and remove drive belt. Remove splash shield from underneath engine. Remove radiator reservoir tank and radiator. 2. Using Spanner Wrench (09960-10010), to keep power steering pump pulley from rotating, remove power steering pump pulley retaining nut. Remove power steering pump pulley. Remove generator mounting...

Fuel Control

Fuel Clearing Control (Camry 2.2L 4-Cyl. CNG Models) After vehicle is driven at speeds greater than approximately 38 MPH and ignition is turned off after Engine Control Module (ECM) has detected intake air temperature is less than 77 F (25 C), ECM closes fuel rail fuel shutoff valve. Engine will not stop immediately, as fuel clearing control allows engine to stop after fuel in fuel rail has been used. If engine remains running for more than 2 seconds after ignition is turned off, EFI main relay...

Caution Fuel leak detection should be reset only after performing gas leak procedure to ensure gas leak has been

If Engine Control Module (ECM) detects a gas leak through signals received from fuel rail fuel pressure sensor and fuel pipe fuel pressure sensor, ECM performs fuel leak detection and closes fuel tank fuel shutoff valve, fuel rail fuel shutoff valve and fuel pressure regulator fuel shutoff valve. ECM also flashes LOW FUEL LEVEL warning light on instrument panel at one second intervals to warn the operator. LOW FUEL LEVEL warning light is located on instrument panel near bottom of fuel gauge....

Diagnosis System

When the ignition switch is turned ON, check that the ABS warning light, VSC TRAC warning light, VSC OFF (TRAC OFF) indicator light, BRAKE warning light and SLIP indicator light goes on for approx. 3 seconds. When the parking brake is applied or the level of the brake fluid is low, the BRAKE warning light is lit. If the indicator check result is not normal, proceed to troubleshooting for the ABS warning light circuit, VSC TRAC warning light circuit, VSC OFF...

NOTE Before installation be sure that the grease fitting assembly hole is facing in the direction shown in the

Service Technician Visit Illustration

Fig. 4 Identifying Spider Grease Fitting Assembly Direction (Front Drive Shaft) Courtesy of TOYOTA MOTOR SALES, U.S.A., INC. Fig. 4 Identifying Spider Grease Fitting Assembly Direction (Front Drive Shaft) Courtesy of TOYOTA MOTOR SALES, U.S.A., INC. Fig. 5 Identifying Spider Grease Fitting Assembly Direction (Rear Drive Shaft) Courtesy of TOYOTA MOTOR SALES, U.S.A., INC. Fig. 5 Identifying Spider Grease Fitting Assembly Direction (Rear Drive Shaft) Courtesy of TOYOTA MOTOR SALES, U.S.A., INC....

Customer Problem Analysis Check

ABS & TRAC & VSC Check Sheet 2001 BRAKES ABS With EBD & Trac & VSC System - Diagnostics - Sequoia Continuous Intermittent ( times a day) Fig. 2 Customer Problem Analysis Check (1 Of 2) ABS does not operate efficiently. TRAC does not operate. (Wheels spin when starting rapidly.) VSC does not operate. (Wheels sideslip at the time of sharp turning.) 2001 BRAKES ABS With EBD & Trac & VSC System - Diagnostics - Sequoia

Dtc B Open In Rightside Head Impact Air Bag Module Squib Circuit

The right-side head impact air bag module squib circuit consists of the air bag sensor assembly and right-side 2001 ACCESSORIES SAFETY EQUIPMENT Toyota - Air Bag Restraint Systems head impact air bag module. The squib circuit causes the right-side head impact air bag module to deploy when deployment conditions are satisfied. DTC 84-B1161 could be caused by an open in Yellow-Violet (circuit ICR+) and Yellow-Orange (circuit ICR-) wires in right-side head impact air bag module squib circuit,...

Idle Speed

A C-Cut Control System (Camry 2.2L 4-Cyl. CNG & Gasoline Models, Camry Solara 2.2L 4-Cyl., Corolla, Highlander, MR2, Prius & RAV4) Engine Control Module (ECM) uses various input signals for controlling A C-cut control system. A C-cut control system interrupts A C compressor operation for a fixed period of time when vehicle accelerates from low engine speed. Dashpot is mounted on throttle body and is used to allow engine to slowly return to specified RPM after throttle is released. Idle...

NOTE Use following procedure if DTCs are displayed without connecting jumper wire between terminals Tc and CG of DLC

When DLC3 terminals Tc and CG are connected together, air bag sensor assembly is set in Diagnostic Trouble 2001 ACCESSORIES SAFETY EQUIPMENT Toyota - Air Bag Restraint Systems Code (DTC) output mode. DTC is displayed by flashing of AIR BAG warning light. Diagnostic Procedure 1. Turn ignition switch to LOCK position. Disconnect negative battery cable. Wait at least 90 seconds. Access and disconnect air bag sensor assembly connector. See AIR BAG SENSOR ASSEMBLY under REMOVAL & INSTALLATION. 2....

Stays on when jumper wire is connected between terminals Tc and CG of DLC

When DLC3 terminals Tc and CG are connected together, air bag sensor assembly is set in Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) output mode. DTC is displayed by flashing of AIR BAG warning light. 1. Turn ignition switch from LOCK to ON position. If AIR BAG warning light does not illuminate for about 6 seconds, repair AIR BAG warning light circuit. See WIRING DIAGRAMS . If AIR BAG warning light illuminates for about 6 seconds, go to next step. 2. Measure voltage between DLC3 terminals Tc and CG. See Fig....

Oil Pump Clearance Specifications

Install oil seal until seal is even with outer edge of pump housing. Place stator shaft in torque converter while working on pump. Coat all components with ATF. See Fig. 26. 2. Align reference marks on gears during installation. To complete reassembly, reverse disassembly procedure. Tighten bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. DO NOT over expand seal rings during installation. Ensure seal rings move smoothly after installation. Ensure drive gear rotates smoothly when installed in...

Offvehicle Deployment

Armada Driver Air Bag Module Removal

Before proceeding, see AIR BAG SAFETY PRECAUTIONS . Remove driver-side air bag module. See DRIVER-SIDE AIR BAG MODULE under REMOVAL & INSTALLATION. Install 2 bolts (6 mm X 35 mm) with washers into holes located in rear of driver-side air bag module. Tighten bolts by hand. DO NOT overtighten bolts. 2. Wrap strong wire at least twice around each bolt. See Fig. 4 . Ensure no slack is present in wire. If slack is present, or wire is not strong enough, driver-side air bag module may become loose...

NOTE Check the speed sensor signal last See Precheck

Vsc Trac Sequoia Pic

Check for open and short circuit in harness and connector between EACH SPEED SENSOR AND SKID CONTROL ECU . NG Repair or replace harness or connector. 2001 BRAKES ABS With EBD & Trac & VSC System - Diagnostics - Sequoia Check the speed sensor installation. OK The installation bolt is tightened properly and there is no clearance between the sensor and front steering knuckle or rear axle carrier. Torque 8.0 N.m (82 kgf.cm, 71 in.lbf) Fig. 34 Identifying Proper Installation Of Speed Sensor NG...

NOTE If a DTC other than DTC B is displayed at same time as DTC B repair fault indicated by DTC other than DTC B before

See DISABLING SYSTEM under DISABLING & ACTIVATING AIR BAG SYSTEM. Reconnect negative battery cable. 2. Turn ignition switch to ON position. Measure voltage between ground and air bag sensor assembly connector A20, terminal No. 5 (circuit IG2, Black-Orange wire). See Fig. 22 . Measure voltage between ground and air bag sensor assembly connector A20, terminal No. 6 (circuit IG1, Black-Red wire). If voltage in both tests is 10-14 volts, go to next step. If either voltage...

Nd Brake

Using appropriate compressor, compress piston return spring with an arbor press. Remove snap ring. Remove spring retainer and piston return spring. Hold 2nd brake piston and apply compressed air to 2nd brake drum to remove piston. Check all parts for wear and damage. Soak NEW discs in ATF for 15 minutes before installation. Measure return spring free length. Free length should be .654 (16.61 mm). Replace components as necessary. Coat NEW O rings with ATF and install....

NOTE During testing if DTCs other than DTC B are displayed disregard them Diagnostic Procedure

See DISABLING SYSTEM under DISABLING & ACTIVATING AIR BAG SYSTEM. 2. Release shorting spring on air bag sensor assembly connector A19. See RELEASING SHORTING SPRING under DIAGNOSTICS. Measure resistance between Yellow-Red wire (circuit SFL+) and Yellow-Green wire (circuit SFL-) of left-side air bag squib harness connector. See WIRING DIAGRAMS . If resistance is more than one megohm, go to next step. If resistance is less than one megohm, repair or replace harness or...

Dtc B Open In Driverside Air Bag Module Squib Circuit

The driver-side air bag squib circuit consists of the air bag sensor assembly, spiral cable and driver-side air bag module. The squib causes driver-side air bag to deploy when all deployment conditions are satisfied. 2001 ACCESSORIES SAFETY EQUIPMENT Toyota - Air Bag Restraint Systems DTC 14-B0101 could be caused by a open in D+ (Yellow-Black wire) or D- (Yellow wire) in squib circuit, squib malfunction, spiral cable malfunction or air bag sensor assembly malfunction.

2001 Sequoia Booster Pedal Switch Fault Code

Sequoia Booster

Fig. 85 Checking Booster Pedal Force Switch Without Oscilloscope In case of not using the oscilloscope a. Disconnect the connector from the brake booster. b. Turn the ignition switch ON. 2001 BRAKES ABS With EBD & Trac & VSC System - Diagnostics - Sequoia Fig. 86 Checking Signal Waveform In Case Where Brake Pedal Is Depressed & Released Fig. 86 Checking Signal Waveform In Case Where Brake Pedal Is Depressed & Released Check continuity between the terminals in case where the brake...

Brake Pedal Height

Hauptbremszylinder Aufbau

Brake pedal height is measured from face of pedal pad to asphalt sheet under carpet. To adjust clearance, loosen stoplight switch and lock nut on brake push rod. See Fig. 1 . 2. Adjust pedal height by turning push rod. See BRAKE PEDAL SPECIFICATIONS table. After setting pedal height, tighten lock nut on push rod. Adjust stoplight switch and tighten switch lock nut. See STOPLIGHT SWITCH . Fig. 1 Measuring Brake Pedal Height & Free Play Courtesy of TOYOTA MOTOR SALES, U.S.A., INC. Fig. 1...

NOTE When alternately grounding terminals Tc and AB release ground from one terminal and immediately ground the other

Starting with jumper wire connected to terminal Tc, apply body ground alternately to terminal Tc and 2001 ACCESSORIES SAFETY EQUIPMENT Toyota - Air Bag Restraint Systems terminal AB twice each, in cycles of 1-2 to 1 1-2 seconds (sequence is Tc, AB, Tc, AB). Finally, keep applying body ground to terminal Tc until AIR BAG warning light flashes quickly, indicating DTCs are cleared. Connect Toyota hand-held tester to DLC3. DLC3 is located under left side of instrument panel. Clear DTCs by following...

Grounds

At left side of room partition crossmember. See Fig. 8 . At left side rear quarterpanel. See Fig. 8 . At right B pillar. See Fig. 8 . At right side rear quarterpanel. See Fig. 8 . At right radiator side support. See Fig. 6 . At rear of right cylinder head. See Fig. 6 . At rear of left cylinder head. See Fig. 6 . At left front inner fender panel. See Fig. 6 . In body harness, at base of left A pillar. See Fig. 8 . In body harness, at center of windshield header....

Sending Units Sensors Location

See Fig. A C Evaporator Temperature Sensor (Front) A C Evaporator Temperature Sensor (Rear) A C Magnetic Clutch & Lock Sensor On left front of engine compartment. See Fig. Behind lower left center of dash. See Fig. 3 . On top left side of dash. See Fig. 3 . Below front of center console. See Fig. 4 . On left front of radiator support. See Fig. 1 . On right side of radiator support. See Fig. 1 . On top left side of dash. See Fig. 3 . On front of left...

Dtc B B Right Front Air Bag Sensor Malfunction

The front air bag sensor circuit consists of the air bag sensor assembly and front air bag sensor. DTC 15-B1156 or B1157 could be causes by a front air bag sensor malfunction. 2001 ACCESSORIES SAFETY EQUIPMENT Toyota - Air Bag Restraint Systems 1. Disable air bag system. See DISABLING SYSTEM under DISABLING & ACTIVATING AIR BAG SYSTEM. 2. Connect negative battery cable. Turn ignition switch to ON position. Measure voltage between ground and air bag sensor assembly connector A20, terminal No....

Engine Control Module

Engine Control Module (ECM) monitors and controls vehicle emissions, fuel system, ignition system and other various systems by using input signals from various input devices. ECM processes input signals from input devices and delivers output signals to various components for controlling system operation to achieve optimum engine performance for all operating conditions. See INPUT DEVICES and OUTPUT SIGNALS . ECM contains a fail-safe function which is used in case of sensor or switch failure....

And recheck

Apply positive battery voltage to terminal No. 7 and negative voltage to terminal No. 5. Ensure continuity exists between terminal Nos. 1 and 3, and no continuity exists between terminal Nos. 1 and 2. 3. Apply positive battery voltage to terminal No. 7 and negative voltage to terminal No. 2. Ensure no continuity exists between terminal Nos. 9 and 10. 4. Apply positive battery voltage to terminal No. 9 and negative voltage to terminal No. 10. Ensure continuity exists between terminal Nos. 3 and...

Dtc B B Left Front Air Bag Sensor Malfunction

The front air bag sensor circuit consists of the air bag sensor assembly and front air bag sensor. DTC 16-B1158 or B1159 could be causes by a front air bag sensor malfunction. 1. Disable air bag system. See DISABLING SYSTEM under DISABLING & ACTIVATING AIR BAG SYSTEM. 2. Connect negative battery cable. Turn ignition switch to ON position. Measure voltage between ground and air bag sensor assembly connector A20, terminal No. 15 (circuit SL+, White-Red wire). See Fig. 22 . Measure voltage...

Note Mil may also be referred to as Check Engine light MIL is displayed as an engine icon on instrument cluster on

Toyota Celica Kick Panels

ECM contains a self-diagnostic system which may store a DTC if an electronic control system failure exists. DTC may be retrieved from ECM for system diagnosis by using a scan tool. See SELF-DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEMS . For ECM location, see Fig. 29 -Fig. 43 . 2001 ENGINE PERFORMANCE Theory & Operation Fig. 29 Locating Engine Control Module (Avalon) Courtesy of TOYOTA MOTOR SALES, U.S.A., INC. 2001 ENGINE PERFORMANCE Theory & Operation Fig. 30 Locating Typical Engine Control Module (Camry 2.2L...

Component Tests

Toyota Echo Battery

If ADD fails to shift correctly, test ADD components for proper operation. If components are okay, check wiring circuit. See WIRING DIAGRAMS . AUTOMATIC DISCONNECT DIFFERENTIAL ACTUATOR 2001 DRIVE AXLES Differential - Automatic Disconnecting Differential - Front 1. Disconnect actuator connector. Measure resistance between terminal Nos. 2 and 6. See Fig. 5 . Resistance should be 0.3-100 ohms. Measure resistance between terminal Nos. 2 and 6 and body ground. Resistance should be more than 0.5...

Selfdiagnostic Systems

Engine Control Module (ECM) is equipped with a self-diagnostic system. By analyzing various input signals, ECM detects system malfunctions related to various operating parameters. When malfunction of various engine sensors, switches or circuits occurs, a Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) may be stored in the ECM memory. DTC may be retrieved for system diagnosis. For additional information on self-diagnostic system, see TESTING PROCEDURE under SELF-DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEM in appropriate SELF-DIAGNOSTICS...

NOTE Always replace bearing spacer whenever drive pinion nut is loosened or removed

Install NEW bearing spacer onto drive pinion. Install plate washers onto drive pinion (if equipped). Install oil storage ring (if equipped). Using a hammer, Replacer Pipe (09316-00011) and Replacer (0931600021), install front bearing outer race. 2. Using Puller Set (09950-30011) and companion flange, install front bearing onto drive pinion. Install oil slinger, (if equipped). 3. Using seal driver and a hammer, install NEW oil seal into differential housing. 4. Install NEW seal to correct depth...

Hybrid Vehicle Control Electronic Control Unit

Hybrid Vehicle (HV) control Electronic Control Unit (ECU) is used for controlling the hybrid system which uses the gasoline engine along with the AC electric motor for vehicle operation. Hybrid vehicle control ECU is referred to as HV ECU. The HV ECU is located below carpet on floor panel, just below passenger's side of instrument panel. HV ECU receives input information from various sensors and electronic control units and determines the torque and output power. HV ECU delivers the demand...

Od Planetary Gear Od Direct Clutch Od Oneway Clutch Disassembly

How Rebuild A340f Transmission

One-way clutch operation should be checked prior to disassembly. Hold clutch drum and rotate input shaft clockwise. See Fig. 30. Input shaft should rotate freely clockwise and lock counterclockwise. 2. Remove clutch drum from planetary gear. Remove thrust bearing from clutch drum. Remove snap ring, flange, discs and plates from clutch drum. Note number and location of components. 3. Using appropriate compressor, compress piston return spring and remove snap ring. Carefully release press and...

Note Do Not depress brake pedal more than once or release pedal while setting pressure on front gauge

2001 Toyota Tundra Rear Drum Brakes

Attach pressure gauge set to front caliper and rear wheel cylinder or caliper. Bleed air from system. See BLEEDING BRAKE SYSTEM . Depress brake pedal until front pressure is as specified. See LSPV PRESSURE SPECIFICATIONS table. Wait 2 seconds and record rear pressure reading. 2001 BRAKES Disc & Drum - Trucks & Vans 3. Adjust rear pressure by changing length of No. 2 shackle (if necessary). See Fig. 3 . To increase rear pressure reading, increase distance A. To decrease rear pressure...

NOTE For front differential integral housing servicing procedures see Front Integral Housing article

2001 Tacoma Front Differential

Automatic Disconnect Differential ADD allows engagement of front differential from 2WD to 4WD while vehicle is moving. On vehicles with ADD, a flange is mounted on the front hub which is splined onto axle shaft connected to side gear shaft on front differential. Locking hubs are not used with ADD. When transfer case is shifted into 4WD, ADD is shifted into 4WD by operation of ADD actuator electric motor. ADD actuator engages clutch sleeve with intermediate shaft in front differential and side...

Dtc B Short To Ground In Passengerside Seat Belt Pretensioner Squib Circuit

The passenger-side seat belt pretensioner squib circuit consists of the air bag sensor assembly and passengerside seat belt pretensioner. The squib circuit causes the passenger-side seat belt pretensioner to deploy when deployment conditions are satisfied. DTC 61-B0132 could be caused by a short to ground in Yellow-Black circuit PR and Yellow circuit PR- wires in passenger-side seat belt pretensioner squib circuit, passenger-side seat belt pretensioner squib malfunction or air bag sensor...

Dtc B Short In Driverside Seat Belt Pretensioner Squib Circuit

The driver-side seat belt pretensioner squib circuit consists of the air bag sensor assembly and driver-side seat belt pretensioner. The squib circuit causes the driver-side seat belt pretensioner to deploy when deployment conditions are satisfied. DTC 73-B0135 could be caused by a short between Yellow-Black circuit PL and Yellow circuit PL- wires in driver-side seat belt pretensioner squib circuit, driver-side seat belt pretensioner squib malfunction or air bag sensor assembly malfunction.