Washer

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2006 DRIVELINE/AXLES Differential - Sequoia

Washer thickness

WASHER THICKNESS SPECIFICATION

Thickness mm (in.)

Thickness mm (in.)

Thickness mm (in.)

1.69 - 1.71 (0.0665 - 0.0673)

1.93 - 1.95 (0.0760 - 0.0768)

2.17 - 2.19 (0.0854 - 0.0862)

1.72 - 1.74 (0.0677 - 0.0685)

1.96 - 1.98 (0.0772 - 0.0780)

2.20 - 2.22 (0.0866 - 0.0874)

1.75 - 1.77 (0.0689 - 0.0697)

1.99 - 2.01 (0.0783 - 0.0791)

2.23 - 2.25 (0.0878 - 0.0886)

1.78 - 1.80 (0.0701 - 0.0709)

2.02 - 2.04 (0.0795 - 0.0803)

2.26 - 2.28 (0.0890 - 0.0898)

1.81 - 1.83 (0.0713 - 0.0720)

2.05 - 2.07 (0.0807 - 0.0815)

2.29 - 2.31 (0.0902 - 0.0909)

1.84 - 1.86 (0.0724 - 0.0732)

2.08 - 2.10 (0.0819 - 0.0827)

2.32 - 2.34 (0.0913 - 0.0921)

1.87 - 1.89 (0.0736 - 0.0744)

2.11 - 2.13 (0.0831 - 0.0839)

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1.90 - 1.92 (0.0748 - 0.0756)

2.14 - 2.16 (0.0843 - 0.0850)

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14. REMOVE FRONT DRIVE PINION COMPANION FLANGE SUB-ASSEMBLY (See REMOVAL )

15. REMOVE FRONT DIFFERENTIAL DRIVE PINION OIL SLINGER (See REMOVAL )

16. REMOVE FRONT DRIVE PINION REAR TAPERED ROLLER BEARING

17. REMOVE DRIVE PINION BEARING SPACER, REAR BEARING AND OIL SLINGER

a. Install a new bearing spacer and place the rear bearing and oil slinger.

b. Using SST and the companion flange, install the rear bearing, then remove the companion flange. SST 09950-30012 (09951-03010, 09953-03010, 09954-03010, 09955-03030, 09956-03020)

2006 DRIVELINE/AXLES Differential - Sequoia

Fig. 80: Removing Drive Pinion Bearing Spacer, Rear Bearing & Oil Slinger Courtesy of TOYOTA MOTOR SALES, U.S.A., INC.

18. INSTALL FRONT DIFFERENTIAL CARRIER OIL SEAL

a. Using SST and a hammer, install a new oil seal.

SST 09554-22010

Oil seal drive in depth: 4.5 +-0.3mm (0.177 +-0.012 in.)

b. Coat the oil seal lip with MP grease.

2006 DRIVELINE/AXLES Differential - Sequoia

Fig. 81: Installing Front Differential Carrier Oil Seal Courtesy of TOYOTA MOTOR SALES, U.S.A., INC.

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