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Fig. 54: Tightening Nuts

Courtesy of TOYOTA MOTOR SALES, U.S.A., INC.

19. ADJUST DRIVE PINION PRELOAD

Using a torque wrench, measure the preload of the drive pinion using the backlash between the drive pinion and the ring gear.

Preload (at starting): New bearing

1.2 - 1.9 N.m (12 - 19 kgf.cm, 10.4 - 16.5 in..lbf) Reused bearing

If the preload is greater than the specified value, replace the bearing spacer.

If the preload is less than the specified value, retighten the nut with 13 N.m (130 kgf.cm, 9 ft.lbf) of torque at a time until the specified preload is reached.

If the maximum torque is exceeded while retightening the nut, replace the bearing spacer and repeat the preload adjusting procedure. Do not loosen the nut to reduce the preload.

2004 DRIVELINE/AXLES Front Differential Carrier - Sequoia

Side Bearing Preload Adjustment
Fig. 55: Measuring Drive Pinion Preload Courtesy of TOYOTA MOTOR SALES, U.S.A., INC.

20. INSTALL DIFFERENTIAL CASE

21. INSTALL SIDE BEARING RETAINER

a. Remove any old FIPG material and be careful not to drop oil on the contact surfaces of the differential carrier and side bearing retainer.

b. Clean both installation surfaces of loose FIPG and oil material with gasoline or alcohol.

2004 DRIVELINE/AXLES Front Differential Carrier - Sequoia

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Fig. 56: Applying FIPG To Side Bearing Retainer Courtesy of TOYOTA MOTOR SALES, U.S.A., INC.

c. Apply FIPG to the side bearing retainer, as shown in the illustration.

FIPG:

Part No. 08826-00090, THREE BOND 1281 or equivalent

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