Toyota Yaris Output Shaft Bearing Problems

1. INSTALL SKID CONTROL SENSOR

(a) Wipe the sealant off the skid control sensor installation surface using white gasoline. NOTICE:

Keep the sensor rotor free of foreign matter.

(b) Install the skid control sensor onto the rear axle hub in the highest possible installation position.

HINT:

The distance between the installation holes should be larger on the upper side than the lower side.

(c) Using SST and a press, install a new skid control sensor into the rear axle hub until it is flush with the end.

SST 09214-76011 NOTICE:

• Do not use a hammer when installing.

• Check for any foreign matter on the sensor probe.

• Press the skid control sensor in slowly without turning it.

2. INSTALL REAR AXLE HUB AND BEARING ASSEMBLY (See page AH-14)

3. INSPECT REAR AXLE HUB BEARING (See page AH-2)

4. CONNECT SKID CONTROL SENSOR WIRE (See page AH-14)

5. INSTALL REAR BRAKE DRUM SUB-ASSEMBLY

6. ADJUST REAR DRUM BRAKE SHOE CLEARANCE (See page BR-67)

7. INSTALL REAR WHEEL

8. CONNECT CABLE TO NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL

9. CHECK ABS SENSOR SIGNAL

C50 MANUAL TRANSAXLE - MANUAL TRANSAXLE SYSTEM MX-1

MANUAL TRANSAXLE SYSTEM PROBLEM SYMPTOMS TABLE

Use the table below to help find the cause of the problem. The numbers indicate the likelihood of the possible causes in descending order. Check each part in order. Replace parts as necessary.

Symptom

Suspected area

See page

Noise

1. Oil (Level low)

MX-2

2. Oil (Wrong)

MX-2

3. Gear (Input shaft) (Worn or damaged)

MX-78

4. Gear (Output shaft) (Worn or damaged)

MX-89

5. Bearing (Input shaft) (Worn or damaged)

MX-76

6. Bearing (Output shaft) (Worn or damaged)

MX-86

7. Bearing (Differential case) (Worn or damaged)

MX-101

Oil leakage

1. Oil (Level too high)

MX-2

2. Gasket (Damaged)

MX-41

3. Oil seal (Worn or damaged)

MX-4

Hard or impossible to shift

1. Control cable (Faulty)

MX-16

2. Shift fork (Worn)

MX-56

3. Synchronizer ring ((Input shaft) Worn or damaged)

MX-78

4. Synchronizer ring (Output shaft) (Worn or damaged)

MX-89

5. Shift key spring (Input shaft) (damaged)

MX-76

6. Shift key spring (Output shaft) (damaged)

MX-86

7. Gear (Input shaft) (damaged)

MX-78

8. Gear (Output shaft) (damaged)

MX-89

9. Hub sleeve (Input shaft) (damaged)

MX-78

10. Hub sleeve (Output shaft) (damaged)

MX-89

Jumps out of gear

1. Shift fork (Worn)

MX-56

2. Gear (Input shaft) (Worn or damaged)

MX-78

3. Gear (Output shaft) (Worn or damaged)

MX-89

4. Bearing (Input shaft) (Worn or damaged)

MX-76

5. Bearing (Output shaft) (Worn or damaged)

MX-86

MANUAL TRANSAXLE OIL

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