Disconnect Engine Wire And Protector From Rh Side

Remove the 5 nuts, and disconnect the engine wire and protector from the RH cylinder head cover.

23. DISCONNECT ENGINE WIRE PROTECTOR FROM LH SIDE

Remove the 2 bolts, and disconnect the engine wire protector from the LH cylinder head cover.

24. DISCONNECT CYLINDER HEAD REAR PLATE FROM LH CYLINDER HEAD

Remove the 2 bolts, and disconnect the rear plate.

25. DISCONNECT WATER INLET PIPE FROM LH CYLINDER HEAD AND WATER INLET

(a) Remove the bolt, and disconnect the inlet pipe from the water inlet.

(b) Remove the O-ring from the inlet pipe.

26. REMOVE PS PUMP BRACKET

Remove the 3 bolts and pump bracket

26. REMOVE PS PUMP BRACKET

Remove the 3 bolts and pump bracket

Toyota Sienna Oxygen Sensor Rear

27. REMOVE RH EXHAUST MANIFOLD

(a) Disconnect the oxygen sensor (bank 1 sensor 1) connector.

(b) Remove the 3 bolts and heat insulator.

(c) Remove the 6 nuts, exhaust manifold and gasket.

2006 Toyota Tacoma Bank Sensor

28. REMOVE LH EXHAUST MANIFOLD

(a) Disconnect the oxygen sensor (bank 2 sensor 1) connector.

(b) Remove the bolt, nut and exhaust manifold stay.

(c) Remove the 3 bolts and heat insulator.

(d) Remove the 6 nuts, exhaust manifold and gasket.

29. REMOVE OIL DIPSTICK AND GUIDE

(a) Remove the bolt holding the dipstick guide to the LH cylinder head.

(b) Pull out the dipstick guide together with the dipstick from the No.1 oil pan.

(c) Remove the O-ring from the dipstick guide.

30. REMOVE CYLINDER HEAD COVERS

Remove the 8 bolts, cylinder head cover and gasket. Remove the 2 cylinder head covers.

31. REMOVE CAMSHAFTS OF RH CYLINDER HEAD NOTICE:

Since the thrust clearance of the camshaft is small, the camshaft must be held level while it is being removed. If the camshaft is not kept level, the portion of the cylinder head receiving the shaft thrust may crack or be damaged, causing the camshaft to seize or break. To avoid this, the following steps should be carried out.

1996 Rav4 Camshaft Marks

(a) Remove the intake camshaft.

(1) Align the timing marks (2 dot marks) of the camshaft drive and driven gears by turning the camshaft with a wrench.

(2) Secure the exhaust camshaft sub-gear to the main gear with a service bolt. Recommended service bolt: Thread diameter 6 mm Thread pitch 1.0 mm Bolt length 16 - 20 mm

HINT:

When removing the camshaft, mark certain that the torsional spring force of the sub-gear has been eliminated by the above operation.

(3) Uniformly loosen and remove the 10 bearing cap bolts, in several passes, in the sequence shown.

(4) Remove the 5 bearing caps and intake camshaft.

(b) Remove the exhaust camshaft.

(1) Uniformly loosen and remove the 10 bearing cap bolts, in several passes, in the sequence shown.

(2) Remove the 5 bearing caps, oil seal and exhaust camshaft.

32. REMOVE CAMSHAFTS OF LH CYLINDER HEAD NOTICE:

Since the thrust clearance of the camshaft is small, the camshaft must be held level while it is being removed. If the camshaft is not kept level, the portion of the cylinder head receiving the shaft thrust may crack or be damaged, causing the camshaft to seize or break. To avoid this, the following steps should be carried out.

Timing Belt Marks For Rav4 1997

(a) Remove the intake camshaft.

(1) Align the timing marks (1 dot mark) of the camshaft drive and driven gears by turning the camshaft with a wrench.

(2) Secure the exhaust camshaft sub-gear to the main gear with a service bolt. Recommended service bolt: Thread diameter 6 mm Thread pitch 1.0 mm Bolt length 16 - 20 mm

HINT:

When removing the camshaft, make sure that the torsional spring force of the sub-gear has been eliminated by the above operation.

(b) Uniformly loosen and remove the 10 bearing cap bolts, in several passes, in the sequence shown.

(c) Remove the 5 bearing caps and intake camshaft.

(d) Remove the exhaust camshaft

(1) Uniformly loosen and remove the 10 bearing cap bolts, in several passes, in the sequence shown.

(2) Remove the 5 bearing caps, oil seal and exhaust camshaft.

HINT:

• Arrange the camshafts in the correct order.

• Arrange the bearing caps in the correct order.

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